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Seagate Innov8

Seagate’s new Innov8 drive delivers massive external storage without the need for a power cable! It’s the first-ever USB-powered (USB-C) drive to offer a whopping 8TB of storage in a portable, external package. The award winning, beautifully designed drive, draws all the power it needs from a single USB cable, there’s no need to make room on an already crowded power strip for yet another massive wall wart. Simply connect Innov8 to your computer and you are set.

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X-MINI II CAPSULE SPEAKER

For those who don´t know the X-Mini speaker, go and give it a try. It is probably the world´s most popular pocket size speaker, earning itself multiple accolades. When the first X-Mini Capsule Speaker was introduced, everyone was totally blown away by the absolutely astounding sound quality and volume that  these little gems produce! People couldn´t believe the sound emanating from these pocket sized units. The new version, X-Mini II Capsule Speaker, comes with...
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LYVEHOME

Created by an ex-apple engineer, LyveHome is a new device that allows you to manage and protect all your photos and videos in one place, but is accessible over all your other devices. The wireless device offers 2 Terabytes of storage and an included app can be used to view your entire photo and video collection from any mobile device, with the full resolution originals safe on your LyveHome. via watch the video Learn more from the LyveHome website or purch...
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DJI Spark Drone

The world´s largest drone manufacturer, DJI, have revealed a $499 miniature-sized personal drone. Weighing in at just over 10 ounces, the Spark is a palm-sized drone with a focus on portability and gesture-controls. It can fly up to 31 mph and be controlled using simple hand gestures (as long as it’s no more than 10 feet away), wave your hand to have move it up or down, right or left and pull it toward or away from you, while a quick gesture that resembles you takin...
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