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Light Blue Pink Wallet Phone Cover Wristlet Clutch Case Fits HTC Windows Phone 8S + NuVur #153; Keychain |ESAMMTBM|

Light Blue Pink Wallet Phone Cover Wristlet Clutch Case Fits HTC Windows Phone 8S + NuVur #153; Keychain |ESAMMTBM|

Light Blue Pink Wallet Phone Cover Wristlet Clutch Case Fits HTC Windows Phone 8S + NuVur #153; Keychain |ESAMMTBM|

  • Internal phone compartment measurements ||4.7 x 2.7 x 0.5||
  • 2 Cards slots included with 1 ID Slot
  • Slim Storage for cash, bills, ETC
  • Extra back compartment for coins.
  • Removable strap

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Our exclusive |Spring/Summer Series | is a 2 in 1 wristlet wallet phone holder.
Small compartment for bills, cash ETC. Zipper back pocket ideal for coins,
Includes a matching wristlet, which is removable for your preferences.
loose change. 2 credit card compartments & 1 Ideal ID slot. Please use the
Phone compartment dimensions [4.7 X 2.7 X 0.5] as a reference.

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IBM walking billboard Advertisement – OLED Flex display fits better CES 2008 -5

http://www.TilTul.com IBM walking billboard Advertisement – OLED – Organic Light Emitting Diode flexible display would fit her much better…CES 2008 -5 & La…

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Fits Samsung D700 Epic 4G Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphic Sprint

Fits Samsung D700 Epic 4G Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphic Sprint

Fits Samsung D700 Epic 4G Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphic Sprint

  • Hard Plastic Snap on Cover; Front and back cover
  • HOW TO INSTALL: Simply snap on. No Screwdriver is needed. It does not replace the original faceplate.
  • COMPATIBLE MODEL: Samsung D700 Epic 4G.
  • Non-OEM Product; LICENSED PRODUCT: No; SERVICE CARRIER: Sprint
  • NOTE: Please check your cell phone model before ordering. Make sure you are buying the correct accessories. The model number is under the battery on the cell phone. The nick name (i.e. Samsung Epic 4G) is not enough. Please make sure the cell phone model number (i.e. D700) shows in above COMPATIBLE MODEL.

Brand new cell phone/device case cover. Great protection against dust and scratches. Plus it makes your cell phone/device stylish, attractive and unique. The durable case is molded perfect-fit for your cell phone/device. Full body protection. Smart design allows total accessing to all functions and buttons without removing the case. Easy to install.

List Price: $ 18.99

Price: $ 18.99

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Inhabitat’s Week in Green: zero-distortion mirror, stem cell hamburger and a tent that fits in a sneaker

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green.

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It’s been a big week for planes, trains and automobiles as California (finally) announced plans to break ground on the US’ first high-speed rail and we speculated on just how Elon Musk’s 600MPH Hyperloop train will work. Inhabitat also brought you the scoop on BMW’s 2014 i3, which is the world’s first electric vehicle made mostly from carbon fiber. Green vehicles proved they could go the distance as a 65-year-old man embarked on a 1,200-mile journey in a solar-powered tricycle, and a crop of green-roofed buses brought lush air-purifying plants to congested city centers. And if you’re planning an outdoor adventure this summer, you won’t want to miss this caravan that doubles as a boat, Mini’s new ultra compact luxury campers and the full-sized tent that fits in a pair of sneakers.

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Fits HTC G7, 6275 Desire Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphic US Cellular, Cellular South

Fits HTC G7, 6275 Desire Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphic US Cellular, Cellular South

Fits HTC G7, 6275 Desire Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphic US Cellular, Cellular South

  • Hard Plastic Snap on Cover; Front and back cover
  • HOW TO INSTALL: Simply snap on. No Screwdriver is needed. It does not replace the original faceplate.
  • COMPATIBLE MODEL: HTC G7, 6275 Desire.
  • Non-OEM Product; LICENSED PRODUCT: No; SERVICE CARRIER: US Cellular, Cellular South
  • NOTE: Please check your cell phone model before ordering. Make sure you are buying the correct accessories. The model number is under the battery on the cell phone. The nick name (i.e. HTC Desire) is not enough. Please make sure the cell phone model number (i.e. 6275) shows in above COMPATIBLE MODEL.

Brand new cell phone/device case cover. Great protection against dust and scratches. Plus it makes your cell phone/device stylish, attractive and unique. The durable case is molded perfect-fit for your cell phone/device. Full body protection. Smart design allows total accessing to all functions and buttons without removing the case. Easy to install.

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Fits Cricket A200 A210 Captr, Captr II Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphicc Cricket

Fits Cricket A200 A210 Captr, Captr II Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphicc Cricket

Fits Cricket A200 A210 Captr, Captr II Hard Plastic Snap on Cover Abstract Flame Robot Texture Graphicc Cricket

  • Hard Plastic Snap on Cover; Front and back cover
  • HOW TO INSTALL: Simply snap on. No Screwdriver is needed. It does not replace the original faceplate.
  • COMPATIBLE MODEL: Cricket A200 A210 Captr, Captr II.
  • Non-OEM Product; LICENSED PRODUCT: No; SERVICE CARRIER: Cricket
  • NOTE: Please check your cell phone model before ordering. Make sure you are buying the correct accessories. The model number is under the battery on the cell phone. The nick name (i.e. Cricket Captr, Captr II) is not enough. Please make sure the cell phone model number (i.e. A200) shows in above COMPATIBLE MODEL.

Brand new cell phone/device case cover. Great protection against dust and scratches. Plus it makes your cell phone/device stylish, attractive and unique. The durable case is molded perfect-fit for your cell phone/device. Full body protection. Smart design allows total accessing to all functions and buttons without removing the case. Easy to install.

List Price: $ 18.99

Price: $ 18.99

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The After Math: Microsoft fits new Windows, Sony pushes the limits of a smartphone screen

Welcome to The After Math, where we attempt to summarize this week’s tech news through numbers, decimal places and percentages.

The After Math Microsoft fits new Windows, Sony pushes the limits of a smartphone screen

In recent weeks, we’ve covered BlackBerry, Google, Nokia, Apple, Sony and (at least gaming-wise) Microsoft, but this week, the Redmond company returned to dominate tech news, showcasing a new version of Windows 8 (and RT) at its annual Build conference. It’s tried to fix some of the operating system’s early criticisms and make it all a bit more accessible. They even threw in a Start button — of sorts. Meanwhile, Sony set jacket pockets quivering, announcing its new 6.4-inch smartphone (that’s not a tablet), replete with arguably the most powerful mobile processor out there. For a numerical breakdown of the week’s news, follow us after the break.

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Samsung SGH-i337 hits FCC with AT&T LTE bands, fits the GS 4 profile

Samsung SGHi337 hits FCC with AT&T LTE bands, unlikely it's not the GS 4

We have to be skeptical when new devices arrive at the FCC without photos or a blinking sign that says “I Am AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S 4.” But even doubters can connect the dots in this case and declare that a certain Samsung SGH-i337 that the FCC just waved through is likely that very model. Why? First off, it’s carrying a certain LTE band 17 used exclusively by AT&T in the US. Secondly, the dimensions line up perfectly with what we recently got our hands on at Samsung’s recent Galaxy S 4 phone-a-palooza. Finally, we already saw a device packing the same model number on UAProf, a normally reliable source that revealed a 1,080 x 1920 screen and “ARM11″ Exynos processor. Since it’s unlikely the carrier has another unannounced 1080p model coming from Samsung, those coveting an AT&T GS 4 can probably start warming up their wallets.

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PDJ Portable Disc Jockey is a complete DJ system that fits in your wallet, we go hands-on (video).

PDJ Portable Disc Jockey is a complete DJ system that fits in your pocket, we go hands-on (video)

We’ll forgive the incredibly good folk behind the PDJ when they declare to have the first completely self-contained transportable DJ set-up. However that’s not to state that there is absolutely nothing brand-new here– in reality there’s plenty. The PDJ is a rectangular slab of refreshing imaginative positive outlook. On each end is a touchscreen show that shows a virtual turntable, and in the middle is a small combining and FX section. So, already the PDJ will be familiar in set-up to any DJ who picks it up (something the Pacemaker could not declare with its proprietary interface). The mixer area has rotaries for volume, FX and additional functions (more on this later). The most essential thing, nonetheless, is the onboard sound interface which crucially means you could keep track of in headsets before unleashing your mix onto the globe. This sets it apart from quite much every various other mobile app out there that, at finest, requires you to utilize an audio splitter (to the detriment of your noise). Obviously, you’re going to require some songs to play, and there’s 2GB of interior storage space to let you do just that. If that’s not enough, or you desire to load up your most recent jams as soon as possible, there’s an SD card slot to let you do just that (up to 32GB). Beyond headphones, there’s a line out for connecting it to a noise system, and a line in and mic jack for adding external sound to the set. The brochure claims it provides 12 hours of battery life too– rechargeable by mini USB. On the software side, the two virtual turntables reply to touch, and button controls (for sign / play / pause). In addition to the virtual turntable, there are also sample player and one-shot screens. We got out paws on the PDJ right here at NAMM, so fade past the break for our impressions.

At about 286 grams, the PDJ is light to hold, however sits in the hand pleasantly. Your thumbs normally find their location floating above the virtual decks, however the unit it plenty light enough that you could hold it with one hand, while utilizing the other for even more dexterous efficiency maneuvers. The rotaries and crossfader in the middle area are plastic, however feel solid enough. This is, after all, a lightweight transportable gadget. The LCD touchscreens let you get hands on with your music, as DJs are wont to do, and it’s responsive and instinctive enough. Luckily, most of the crucial features (cue, volume, fade, loops etc) have hardware controls too. To reach the added functionality (more in depth EQ, sample gamer and so on) you swipe the screen to the left or right appropriately to bring up the appropriate screen. It’s in these cases when the dual-mode (rotate and click) Function A/B rotaries come in convenient, and the interface for regulating these added tricks is surprisingly natural / responsive.

The PDJ makes the usual cases about having the ability to scratch and so on. And you can. But similar to all these smaller sized, touch-digital devices, it’s even more of a party trick than anything else. No biggie though, as the meatier attributes are the beat sequence and music-pad areas. These let you bring your very own audio into your set, trigger samples and develop beats and jams on the fly– a lot more appropriate to a digital device such as this. While we only invested a brief time with the PDJ, it’s quickly one of the most fun devices that we’ve seen here at NAMM. Purists may revile the continual efforts to diminish and gameify DJing, but we say you’re thinking of it too much. Throw one of these in your bag, and the next time you’re on the train and desire to mix in earphones, or discover yourself at a party, the PDJ will all of a sudden make a lot even more sense. How much and when you say? Well anticipate to pay about $ 600 for the privilege sometime around late spring or summertime.

Billy Steele added to this report.

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GameStick brings a new Android game console to your TV, fits inside its own controller (video)

GameStick brings a new Android game console to your TV, fits inside its own controller video

OUYA most likely will not be the only Android-based game console in town this spring. PlayJam is going beyond its smart TV roots to build the GameStick, a TV-based system that fits into a shell not much bigger than a typical flash drive– it’s small enough that the completed variation must stow inside its very own Bluetooth gamepad and draw power from the HDMI port, like Roku’s Streaming Stick. The Jelly Bean system’s dual-core Amlogic processor isn’t as powerful as the Tegra 3 in the OUYA, however it ought to also lead to a somewhat more tempting $ 79 cost. PlayJam’s staying challenge is the familiar one of reaching a crowdfunding target: the company states it needs $ 100,000 to undergo its last advancement difficulties and deliver the manufacturing GameStick in April. If the company makes its objective, nonetheless, the inexpensive games globe will be delightfully crowded this year.

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