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Kanex Sync3 full-size keyboard for apple devices

Enjoy efficient multitasking with this Kanex Sync3 full-size keyboard that features Bluetooth 3.0 technology, so you can wirelessly pair up to 3 compatible apple devices. 105 keys allow comfortable typing. Arrow keys help you scroll through documents and play games, and a numeric keypad makes it easy to input numbers. Single-touch function keys let you easily adjust screen brightness and volume and play and pause content. Bluetooth keys enable one-touch toggling between up to 3 connected devices. Bluetooth 3.0 technology lets you wirelessly connect a wide range of devices, including Mac, Apple iPhone, iPad or other compatible iOS devices, PlayStation 3 or Apple TV.  (Feb 11, 2014 | post #1)

make beer with you iphone

You can say with the brewbot, “Yup, I made beer with my iPhone or IPad"  (Feb 7, 2014 | post #1)

Mophie Space Pack

Mophie Space Pack Doubling the battery life in your iPhone 5 & 5S is a lifesaver by itself but the new Mophie Space Pack also doubles the storage space on your device. Instead of deleting stuff, expand your phone’s capacity by 16 or 32 Gigs with one of these.  (Feb 7, 2014 | post #1)

Griffin 20 Audio Amp for Airport Express

Griffin 20 Audio Amp for Airport Express Apple’s Airplay is hands down the easiest and best way to stream music wirelessly through your home or workplace. This new digital amp enables your existing speakers to bump your iTunes favorites without a confusing configuration or the need for new speakers.  (Feb 6, 2014 | post #1)

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The new iMac

The New iMac Compared to the new, ultra-thin, ultra-bright version of the iMac that Apple launched today, the last version of Apple’s widescreen desktop looks kind of like Kim Kardashian from behind. At just 5mm thick, it is 40% thinner than the last model, while the display glass is 75% less reflective, making images, games, & movies more vivid than ever. One more stat: it uses 50% less energy than its predecessor.  (Feb 5, 2014 | post #1)