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WOWee One

For something a little different when it comes to portable audio, check out WOWee's Gel Audio speakers. The WOWee One is a tiny block of a speaker that transfers audio waves through any surface that it's parked on. It gives best results (we're talking booming bass here) when sat atop big, relatively thin-wood cabinets, but can work on virtually any hard surface as long as it's stable and doesn't have any nearby objects that can rattle and cause distortion. Get more info from the WOWee Web site.

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  • Christie

    Just bought a cell phone LIFE SAVER!


    ChargeAll just released their new 3 in 1 portable keychain external battery pack that charges, syncs and stores. It's useful for all phone types and best of all, it's extremely lightweight and compact.

    - 6 hours of extra battery life
    - Built in charging cables
    - 8GB USB flash drive
    - 50% off! Only $29.95

    Call me Santa, I got one for myself and ALL my family and friends!

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