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  • LEGO Brick Coffee Table

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    The LEGO Coffee table made by Easy seller Branching Outward, and is made to order from lacquered wood and comes in a variety of finishes. It measures 28.5 inches x 16 inches x 15 inches, eight in at 48lbs. and costs $375(USD).
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    Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard

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    Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard($99), its compact design lets you easily take it wherever you go so you can get more done on your tablet or smartphone. This razor-thin (11.5mm) keyboard  folds in half for carry. You can simultaneously pair it with virtually any two mobile devices—an iPad, iPhone, Android devices, Windows tablets, and Windows Phone.

    Toshiba Has Launched An Encrypted USB Flash Drive

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    Toshiba will now let you password protect those lost files with a built-in PIN pad so you don't have to worry about your data falling into the wrong hands. Toshiba’s encrypted USB flash drive is available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB options. It has a mini-keyboard built-in to authenticate access. The new Toshiba encrypted drives are also expensive, ranging in price from $95 for just a 4GB model, to $200 for 32GB.
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    The Apple Mac Bench made from Old Macs

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    This Apple Mac Bench  created by Klaus Geiger. As you can see from the photos, Klaus uses two Apple power Mac G5s for the legs of his bench, and he also created some other modular furniture using casings from Apple Macs.
    "A seat and table furniture concept based on the aluminium housing of the PowerMac G5 computer from Apple. The computers were produced over a period of almost 10 years in the outwardly identical form: a milestone in the development of the design.
     Because they are simply too good to be disposed of, we have developed this “upcycling” project and develop…
    The idea for the bench gave the initial impetus. A seat from a solid wood Board refers to the radius of the “Temple” of the housing and integrates so seamlessly into the overall shape
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    3D Printed James Harden Flash Drive

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    If you’re a fan of the Houston Rockets, you will like this  James Harden Flash Drive. It  makes James Harden go beardless!At first glance, it looks like a mere miniature model of Harden. But pull the beard and you’ll see that it’s actually a USB drive. Cool. The James Harden flash drive was sent to various media outlets by Footlocker as part of a marketing campaign.
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    KFC Made an Amazing Fried Chicken Keyboard

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    Japan's KFC made an amazing fried chicken keyboard, If that wasn't enough (it isn't, apparently), there is also also fried chicken mouse(pic after more).
    They are part of a KFC promotion in Japan, which is asking Twitter users follow the fast food chain on Twitter as well as tweet this out and use a special hashtag. KFC, it seems, will then select one lucky winner for each of these prizes.
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    Logitech's new Bluetooth Keyboard Docks Tablet and Phone at Once

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    Logitech's new  K480 Keyboard is a  multi-device keyboard. It has a new easy-Switch function: switch typing between three connected Bluetooth wireless devices via a switch dial.  With a flick of a switch, you can change typing from one device to the next. The keyboard works with Windows, iOS, Android and iOS.

    A Nest of Copper Foam Lets This Tiny PC Run Silently Without Fans

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    German company called Silent Power have created a compact desktop PC that trades noisy fans for a block of exposed copper foam that dissipates heat so effectively no fans are required. Its salient feature is its use of an innovative copper foam to dissipate heat, instead of the traditional fans. The Silent Power creators claim that the circulation of air through the foam is so efficient in dissipating heat that the exterior surface temperature never rises above 50° C (122° F) in normal use. Silent Power is currently selling pre-orders to help raise the funds to put its PC into production, and the lowest spec model with an Intel quad-core i7-4785T 2.2 GHz processor, 8 GB of RAM, and a 500 GB hard drive and should cost around $935. The company’s plan is to be on the market in 2015.
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    SolidRun’s HummingBoard credit card-sized computer Launches For $45

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    SolidRun's HummingBoard Mini PC!
    The HummingBoard is available in three different versions which are priced from $45 rising to $100 and are equipped with faster processors than that of the Raspberry Pi mini PC.
    The lower-end $45 HummingBoard mini PC is equipped with a Freescale i.MX6 Solo ARM Cortex-A9 processor, with Vivante GC880 graphics and supported by 512MB of RAM. With connections for 10/100 Ethernet, HDMI and SPDIF ports, GPIO headers, 2 x USB 2.0 ports and a handy microSD card slot for further expansion.
    The $75 HummingBoard-i2 is fitted with a dual-core i.MX6 Dual processor supported by 1GB of RAM. While the top of the range $100 HummingBoard-i2eX version equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet connection as well as GC2000 graphics. Together with two extra USB 2.0 ports, a microphone input, an mSATA II connector, PCI Express connector, and IR port.
    All three HummingBoard mini PCs or capable of running Android and various other Linux operating systems such as Ubuntu, the Liliputing website explains :
    And unlike the Raspberry Pi, the HummingBoard isn’t quite a single-board computer: the processor and memory live on a small board that attaches to the credit card-sized input and output board, which could theoretically allow you to upgrade to a more powerful processor in the future.”
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    Epson Mobile Printer Fits In A Travel Bag

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    Epson's new PX-S05, a printer small enough (309 x 154 x 61mmm and 1.6kg, or 3.5lbs) to fit in a carry-on bag. It works with an integrated battery, and connects to pretty much any device, whether or not a router is present in the vicinity (with WiFi Direct ®). It’ll print documents ranging in size from a business card to an A4 sheet, and churn them out at “4.0 IPM (Images Per Minute) in color and 7.0 ipm in black and white.” It’ll be available in September for 28,000 Yen ($276 approx.).
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    Desktop Wood Slingshot

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    Sometimes receipts, scrap paper and more can start to pile up, making it hard to keep desks tidy. That's the perfect time to blow off steam with a little childlike fun. The Desktop Wooden Slingshot from RedEnvelope features a walnut base with carved rubber wood sling shot.

    ASUS Eee Box EB1036 mini PC

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    Another miniature PC has hit the market, ASUS Eee Box EB1036 is now available. The Asus Eee Box EB1036 is powered by an Intel Celeron J1900 2.0GHz quad-core, features inlcluding 2GB of memory and a 320GB hard drive. Such storage can be expanded if necessary via an SD card slot, or with the use of an external drive via one of the USB ports. It is running Microsoft’s latest Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit operating system. Ports and connections on the mini desktop PC include 3 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x USB 3.0 port, 1 x COM port, 1 x Gigabit Ethernet. Connectivity comes in the form of 802.11n wireless. Graphics come by way of Intel HD Graphics, and the entire assembly measures in at 8.6- x 6.7- x 1.15-inches, making a small option for those who need something svelte. The system is available now for $340 USD. [ Amazon link ]

    Logitech K830 Home Entertainment Keyboard

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    Logitech has announce a new home entertainment keyboard, the Logitech K830, designed to enhance your TV entertainment experience. It features a bright backlit keys and a built-in touchpad.
    "While relaxing at home, the Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830 lets you sit back and browse your connected TV from up to 33 feet away, thanks to its advanced wireless connection. And, with backlit keys that automatically dim or brighten based on the amount of light in the room, you can use the keyboard day or night. There’s also no need to use a separate mouse since there is a smooth and responsive touchpad built into the keyboard."

    SlatePro Personal TechDesk

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    The SlatePro’s surface is cut from bamboo and protected by a sheet of clear acrylic. Features include built-in mouse pad, holes for power cords to keep cables out of sight, multiple display docks for all your mobile devices and ventilation holes to keep your laptop cool. Not to mention, the SlatePro was installed with a filing rack, pen dock, and a recessed cup holder. Your personal tech desk.

    Toshiba Chromebook

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    The Toshiba Chromebook($280) features a 13.3-inch diagonal HD display with a 1366 x 768 screen resolution. Powered by Chrome OS. The Toshiba Chromebook, weighing just 3.3 pounds, powered by Intel Celeron 1.4 GHz Processor, 2GB of RAM, a 16GB solid state drive and 9.0-hour battery life.