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Tascam iM2 iOS Stereo Microphone: Supersize Your Podcasts

Tascam iM2 iOS Stereo Microphone: Supersize Your Podcasts
If you use your iOS device to record music or to create podcasts, then you should definitely check out this add-on microphone. The new Tascam iM2 Stereo Microphone is specifically made to function with your favorite iOS device and is designed to record great sound with your mobile gadget.

Thinking of Getting the n•a•p Massaging Bed Rest? Maybe Just Get a New Couch Instead

Thinking of Getting the n•a•p Massaging Bed Rest? Maybe Just Get a New Couch Instead
Add-ons are so popular nowadays. You can just buy something to attach to your chair or table or couch or computer instead of having to buy a new piece of furniture or electronic device to enjoy the same benefits.
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Kogeto’s Dot Panoramic iPhone Lens: i360 Degrees

Kogeto’s Dot Panoramic iPhone Lens: i360 Degrees
Many people are using their iPhones as their go-to point-and-shoot camera. It’s normal then that we’ve seen a few different lens add-ons. Taking a slightly different design approach from the previously announced GoPano micro lens, the Dot lens is supposed to be able to snatch impressive 360-degree panoramic videos.

Silence of the Celebs Chrome Add-on Says Bye, Bye, Charlie… Farewell, Lindsay!

Silence of the Celebs Chrome Add-on Says Bye, Bye, Charlie… Farewell, Lindsay!
If you feel that your constantly deluged by news about celebrities, then this new browser add-on is for you. Silence of the Celebs is a Google Chrome extension that allows you to block and remove the headlines of certain celebs from news sites, such as CNN, The Huffington Post, and TMZ.

Ea Announces Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Super Sport Pack

Ea Announces Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Super Sport Pack
I have been huge fan of the Need for Speed franchise for a really long time. I played more of the original Hot Pursuit title than I care to recall when it was new back on the PS2.

Diamond Gamer Starcraft 2 Strategy Add-on Lets You Play and Learn at the Same Time

Diamond Gamer Starcraft 2 Strategy Add-on Lets You Play and Learn at the Same Time
It’s so easy to find tips and strategies on the Internet, even for mediocre video games, and it’s even easier to find help online for popular games like StarCraft II. So why would anyone pay for Diamond Gamer’s StarCraft II guide?

Little Big Pirates of the Carribean: Yo-Ho, Yo-Ho, a Sackboy’S Life for Me!

Little Big Pirates of the Carribean: Yo-Ho, Yo-Ho, a Sackboy’S Life for Me!
Ahoy, ye landlubbers! Little Big Planet just got a little better. You see, Sony and Media Molecule just released their new Pirates of the Carribean add-ons for LBP. It’ll be a pirate’s life for you when you install these new add-on packs.

Psp Go to have Logitech External Umd Drive Accessory [Rumor]

Psp Go to have Logitech External Umd Drive Accessory [Rumor]
A source has told video game news site CVG that Logitech is currently working on “a UMD drive add-on” for the PSP Go. Commence laughing. A representative of Logitech’s UK office told CVG that they’re not aware of any such product, so “… it may be something the US office is working on.”

Put Your Wii Remote Inside a Baby

Put Your Wii Remote Inside a Baby
“Bring your baby to life with your Wii remote.” That’s what it says on the box for Baby and Me, the Wii game with what is undeniably the weirdest controller accessory so far: a baby doll.

Wireless Keypad Brings Literacy to Your PS3

Wireless Keypad Brings Literacy to Your PS3
Just in case you haven’t spent enough money on your PS3, there’s a hot new attachment, just in time for the holidays: a wireless keypad add-on designed to make communicating simple. At $49.99, the add-on may seem a little expensive, particularly when most gamers gravitate toward voice-communication in online gaming, but sometimes a little typing is necessary.

Add Blu-ray to Your Pc for Under $200

Add Blu-ray to Your Pc for Under $200
Sony today announced a Blu-ray add-on drive for computers that breaks the $200 price barrier. The new BDU-X10S drive connects to your PC using a Serial ATA connection, adding high-definition movie playback to your desktop or HTPC.
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