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Point and Click Dictionary On The Go!

Isn’t a good idea if you have a pocket dictionary in your bag every time so if in case you’ve seen or heard a new word, you can easily find its definition, though some will not agree for sure because other people didn’t totally care at all with these new kinds of learning. In my part, I do really enjoy ...

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Galaxy GeForce GT 640 Graphics Card

Galaxy has launched its latest powerful graphics card namely the GeForce GT 640, Codenamed GF PGT640/1GD3. The Galaxy GT 640 GC 1GB supports the newest features of GeForce 600 series, including Adaptive Vsync for smoother gameplay, PhysX, DirectX 11, and Blu-Ray 3D support.  The graphics card has 384 CUDA Cores, a 128-bit memory interface, a core clock of 900MHz and ...

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Xenon LED Illuminated USB Recharging Cable

I know most of us are having hard time finding our precious gadgets in the dark when charging, thanks again to the geeks out there because Xenon LED recharging cables are now available for us. With this particular illuminated cable, it is simple to locate your handheld device at night without having stumbling over the wires or rummaging aimlessly with ...

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Go Green with Moxia USBCELL AA Batteries

We can’t deny the fact that batteries are very important to us, because most of the handheld gadgets today are powered by batteries whether it is rechargeable or uses disposable ones still the point is they need batteries to operate. If you are into green movement, then purchasing a pair of Moxia’s USBCELL AA Batteries can help with the environment. ...

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8MP Underwater Camera Mask Explorer Series

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I’ve never tried taking pictures underwater because it seems like it would be a real pain in the a** , because you need to hold a camera while swimming. Thanks to Liquid Image’s latest technology, now you can keep your hands free as you swim with the help of their underwater camera mask! This is the world’s only swim mask ...

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HIS Radeon HD 7950 IceQ Graphics Card

Here we have another newly released graphics card from HIS, the Radeon HD 7950 IceQ. Codenamed H795Q3G2M, the card sports 1792 CUDA Cores, a 384-bit memory interface, a core clock of 800MHz and a 3GB of GDDR5 memory set @ 5000MHz, and features a low noise, single-fan IceQ cooling system. In terms of connectivity ports, it offers 1x DVI-I, 1x ...

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MondoHub 28 Port USB 2.0/3.0 Hub

USB ports for a laptop or desktop is way too important for us, whether it’s for your mouse, keyboard, external drives, and bundle of USB devices. All of these need extra USB port slot to be use. The question is what if you need to insert more than 4 or 5? Well thanks to MondoHub’s 28 port now you can ...

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OWC Mercury Electra MAX 3G SSD

If you’re looking for the highest-capacity solid-state drive to date, then you might want to check the OWC Mercury Electra MAX 3G SSD. Featuring a whopping 960GB of storage capacity, this 2.5-inch solid-state storage is clocked at 3.0Gb/s for extreme performance and said to deliver  sustained reads up to 254MB/s and writes up to 250MB/s, up to 100X greater data ...

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Ladies Bluetooth Fashion Bracelet Watch

Ladies who are into gadgets and technology are really cool. That’s why I’ve chosen this gadget to be featured in my site because for sure ladies will love this fashion accessory. I’ve observed that most ladies when receiving an incoming call are having difficulties finding their phone on their bags because of too many fashion stuff and sometimes they can’t ...

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Adding USB 3.0 Ports to Your Old Rig

For those techies out there who are looking for ways on how they can add USB 3.0 ports to their old rig, you just need to buy this 7-port USB 3.0 Interface Board for only $74.40. This computer peripheral is compatible with low-profile PCI slots. The 7-port USB 3.0 interface board provides 5 USB 3.0 ports in outside bracket and ...

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