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Veebeam | Wireless Pc To Tv Link

No more cables! Veebeam enables streaming video in full HD from your PC to an HDTV via Wi-Fi. The process is very simple and only takes a few steps to be able to stream content in full HD 1080p. Obviously, you must have a TV that supports this resolution. Veebeam consists of a wireless receiver and a USB antenna, that simple, no cables no software.



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SHOULDERPOD S1 | Image

SHOULDERPOD S1

The Shoulderpod S1 is the first professional smartphone rig with 3 functions, a tripod mount, a filmmaker grip, and a traveler stand. Designed for avid smartphone photographers, filmmakers, journalists and travelers, the S1 is the ultimate tool for serious smartphone photography. S1 is adjustable and compatible with virtually any smartphone model, with or without a case. An excellent and portable solution that will immediately enhance your mobile camera experience. ...
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ECLIPSE TD-M1 WIRELESS SPEAKER SYSTEM | Image

ECLIPSE TD-M1 WIRELESS SPEAKER SYSTEM

The new Eclipse TD-M1 Wireless Speaker System by Fujitsu Ten, is one hell of a good looking home audio system. The pack consists of two compact and beautifully designed desktop speakers with a distinctive egg-shape aesthetic, that have been engineered for use as desktop speakers or with any TV, Blu-ray player or music system. The TD-M1 are equipped with a compact, high-efficiency digital amp, and wireless AirPlay capabilities, also included is an app for full remote...
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BONX

Bonx is dubbed as the first wearable walkie-talkie, using Bluetooth technology, and pairing with your mobile phone via an app. It features two buttons that you can tap to set it on or use simple hands-free voice commands. Itīs in fact a single ear-piece that allows you to stay in touch with your friends while enjoying your outdoors activities. Itīs light, funky and a great idea if you want to keep in touch with your ski buddies on the slopes, on your kayak trips or ...
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