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On parade KINGMAX OTG USB

On parade KINGMAX OTG USB

Kingmax world renowned memory and flash module manufacturer has already launched an OTG USB Flash Drive, PJ-01, especially for smartphones and tablets. What do users need is a product which fits their portable devices instead of various accessories. Consumers are greeting PJ-01 with high popularity.

The toughest kid on the block

We love slimmer, sleeker devices that makes us look cool. But some kids nowadays would rather play with a tablet and try to break it, instead of trying to break the latest edition of Optimus Prime or Barbie. But many of us can agree that tablets do have the educational tools for our kids, and the main problem is them accidentally dropping it on the floor, dipping it on water, or for some otherworldly reason, set it on fire.

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A beast in a small box

As the number of Bluetooth speakers increase, so does the difficulty in choosing one. Braven, a known name when it comes to portable wireless audio devices, gave us a chance to try out their new toy, called the Braven 440.

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mydlink SharePort mobile app provides private and secure remote access for cloud storage

D-Link International Pte Ltd. has launches the mydlink SharePort, a free mobile application that turns any USB storage device connected to a compatible D-Link Cloud Router into a secure and private cloud space. Accessible anytime and anywhere from an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, it gives users convenience and control to one’s personal files.

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Beautiful fast-recharging and large capacity

Smart devices have become multi-functional, resulting in the rise in power consumption. To provide consumers with a power supply to use anytime and anywhere, Apacer launches the Power Bank B123 and B124.

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Pillow that charges your devices

I’m usually a function over form kind of guy. I mean, if something looks pretty but it doesn’t work or is not very good at what it does then there isn’t much point. I guess that’s why I didn’t mind using some of those eye sore phones that Ericsson used to make back in the day before Sony got into the picture. They were pretty good phones and that’s what mattered. Thankfully it’s already common practice to cater to both form as well as function.

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