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PadDock 10v2 can hold you iPad for you, and it is designed to resemble iMac. PadDock 10v2 allows you 360 degree rotation, so you can use your iPad in both landscape and portrait orientation, and it can be easily tilted, so you can find the best viewing angle. PadDock 10v2 chargers your iPad 3 while it’s docked, and this stand also comes with a speaker system equipped with custom designed oval speakers

PadDock 10v2 can hold you iPad for you, and it is designed to resemble iMac. PadDock 10v2 allows you 360 degree rotation, so you can use your iPad in both landscape and portrait orientation, and it can be easily tilted, so you can find the best viewing angle. PadDock 10v2 chargers your iPad 3 while it’s docked, and this stand also comes with a speaker system equipped with custom designed oval speakers

love this - no more cord. too bad this would be too hard to rollout for android phones :/

love this - no more cord. too bad this would be too hard to rollout for android phones :/

The Talky One - Bluetooth awesomeness! Gotta have this.

The Talky One - Bluetooth awesomeness! Gotta have this.

It’s called Elasty and it was created by designer Yoori Koo. It’s a silicone bumper fitted with elastic strips which allow you to stash your headphones, pens, cards etc. on the back of the phone. smart!

It’s called Elasty and it was created by designer Yoori Koo. It’s a silicone bumper fitted with elastic strips which allow you to stash your headphones, pens, cards etc. on the back of the phone. smart!

How smart is this Sony SmartWatch? Well, if you're an iPhone user it's as dumb as a fencepost, but if you're using an Android smartphone, it interacts via Bluetooth and lets you check your Facebook and Twitter feeds, read texts and email messages, take pictures with your smartphone's camera and check your calendar.    It's not half bad-looking either -- look for it by the end of this month for $149.

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How smart is this Sony SmartWatch? Well, if you're an iPhone user it's as dumb as a fencepost, but if you're using an Android smartphone, it interacts via Bluetooth and lets you check your Facebook and Twitter feeds, read texts and email messages, take pictures with your smartphone's camera and check your calendar. It's not half bad-looking either -- look for it by the end of this month for $149.

Sony is adding the Smartwatch to its range of accessories set to play nice with its Xperia smartphones. The timepiece which hosts a 1.3-inch OLED display can connect to your Android smartphone displaying texts and tweets.

Sony is adding the Smartwatch to its range of accessories set to play nice with its Xperia smartphones. The timepiece which hosts a 1.3-inch OLED display can connect to your Android smartphone displaying texts and tweets.

Vupoint Ip-p10-vp Wireless Color Photo Printer from Picsity.com

Vupoint Ip-p10-vp Wireless Color Photo Printer from Picsity.com

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