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Pure Energy Solutions Wildcharge Pads

Pure Energy Solutions Wildcharge Pads

Pure Energy Solutions' technology was used within Duracell pads a year ago, but now they are selling them directly to consumers. These WildCharge mats come in different two different sizes and are capable of charging cellphones by laying them on the mat. A unique back cover that fits around the device will be required for the unit to charge like all pads before this one.

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Accessory Workshop has the iPad Covered

Accessory Workshop has the iPad Covered

Accessory Workshop announced a few new products at ShowStoppers this CES 2011. The tyPad, a protective case coupled with a spill-resistant bluetooth keyboard, will offer a completely new feel to using your iPad. It will debut in six different colors, and offer 55 hours of continuous use before a needed recharge. Another great feature is the ability to touch the screen and keyboard simultaneously. This will be available for $99.99 here.

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PixelOptics emPower Electronic Eyeglasses Hands On

PixelOptics emPower Electronic Eyeglasses Hands On

PixelOptics has announced the world's first electronic focusing lens, emPower. These electronic eyeglasses benefit users more because they allow them to have a better, less blurry view of the world. After a demonstration, we were told that when activated by the press of a button, the liquid crystal electronic lens focuses to the users prescription.

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ViewSonic announces Boxee integration for Televisions

ViewSonic announces Boxee integration for Televisions

Complete integration between computing and television has been dreamed about in the past, but recently the merging between them seems much more imminent. Boxee, software that brings intelligent capabilities to television, will be showcased by ViewSonic this CES. It will run an Intel® Atom™ processor CE4100 and will allow you to surf throughout the net, check Facebook, Twitter, and even stream Pandora or movies from Netflix.

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DECE announces UltraViolet, A New Way to Share

DECE announces UltraViolet, A New Way to Share

It is always irritating when you buy media that doesn't seem to work on all your devices. Blue-Ray discs usually come with a digital copy now, which is nice, but sometimes not always enough. Now Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem's has announced UltraViolet; a platform that will digital media among any UltraViolet registered device.

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