The Sound Donut is a wireless Bluetooth speaker. It's Siri enabled and can play audio with "3D sound."
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You want to carry your iPad like a little briefcase and then pop the "handle" into stand mode at just about any viewing angle.
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Fujitsu's 10-inch waterproof Android tablet responds to hand gestures.
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Techko's RV102 combines a swiveling sweeper for carpeting and a mopping pad system for hard flooring.
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This elegant hand-finished digital picture frame from Aigo is guaranteed to be one of a kind. Seriously, if you find two that are the same, they'll give you $100,000. The camera is finished to match.
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Play Internet or FM radio over Pure's Sensia 300D Connect. You can record tracks you like to a memory stick.
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Roll up this Nobutech keyboard and take it with you.
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For a 59$ fee plus shipping costs, you can have Liquipel apply a special coating to waterproof your smartphone inside and out.
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Purely Audio specializes in environmentally friendly wood-based designs for headphones and earbuds.
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The Turtle Shell by Outdoor Technology is a wireless speaker that can be mounted to a small flexible tripod for bike rides, and is water resistant for the beach.
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