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Google Chromecast

The new Google Chromecast is an easy way to enjoy online video and music on your TV. It is google´s answer to other popular streaming devices like Apple TV and Roku. With a simply setup, all you have to do is plug it into any HDTV and connect to your home WiFi network. You can then stream Netflix, YouTube, Google Play, as well as anything on the web through the Chrome browser. It works with Android, iOS, Chrome for Mac, and Chrome for Windows. You can get it from today at amazon.



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WORX PEGASUS FOLDING WORK TABLE

The Worx Pegasus Folding Work Table was designed and developed for the handy man at amateur or professional level. Its main features are portability and lightweight enhanced by the facts that it´s foldable, no assembling is needed, and it is made from a combo of metal and plastic, keeping it light yet resistant and not wobbly like some of its competitors. It also includes practical features such as the shelf underneath the workspace is a plus. This isn’t just a fold...
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HIDDEN RADIO 2

HiddenRadio2 is the successor to the popular and award-wining HiddenRadio, a sleek device that automatically rises, revealing the Bluetooth speaker hidden beneath. The team stayed true to their winning design, but HiddenRadio2 is now even more intuitive and has better sound, streaming 90Db of crystal clear music in 360 degrees for over 15 hours of playtime. You can connect two of them around the house for a seamless Wireless audio set-up, or alongside for an amazing...
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PIEPS AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS

If you´re an experienced snow rider, you´re most probably into Backcountry skiing in remote places, but the thrill of riding on unpatrolled areas can be hazardous due to, exhaustion, weather, cliffs, rock fall, tree wells, and scariest of all - avalanches. Pieps develop transceivers for backcountry skiers who regularly venture into serious terrain, they are equipped with all the cutting-edge features needed for the purpose of finding people or equipment buried under...
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