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The Goods Cord Organizers

The Goods, a newly launched brand out of LA, just launched a Kickstarter to produce two leather cord organizers. The Crew is a small cord organizer with two snaps that's designed to keep your headphones untangled, or functional if you're anything like us, when you're out and about. But The Loop is what really caught ... continue reading
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LyteShow: Military-Grade Gatorade SPONSORED

Raw eggs, tripe soup, and bull horn tea are just some of the hangover cures people swear by around the world. A less gross and far more effective way to feel better is to simply get liquids and electrolytes back in your body as quickly as possible. Instead of downing bottles of water and Gatorade, use LyteShow. The electrolyte-packed concentrate is the quickest way to feel better after a night of heavy drinking. The mineral base was tested on wildfire firefighters, and unlike sports drinks, LyteShow contains no calories, sugars, carbs, or artificial flavors. It's the healthy way to kill a hangover fast. ... check it out
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Web iPad Mini Case

Since you don't know exactly what you'll be transporting on a day-to-day basis, most carry-all cases don't always work. If you're an iPad Mini owner and want a case that is adaptable to your ever changing EDC, check out the Web. The woven elastic webbing on the back of the case is perfect for storing just about anything. ... continue reading
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Goods: Digital Artist

Part of the beauty of digital art is that you don’t need dozens of brushes, tubes of paint, or other messy supplies—just a gorgeous monitor, a drawing tablet, and some software. Even so, it doesn’t hurt to have some extra tools to make creating, storing, and sharing your artwork easier. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, speed painting on a tablet, or printing out your latest masterpiece, this collection of gear will help get the job done. ... continue reading
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Asus Transformer AiO

Outside of everyone's favorite All in One computer (iMac, obviously), we've never considered ourselves fans. In the PC world, it always seemed like you were making some sort of sacrifice for the convenience of having a computer with a monitor built in to it. It wasn't powerful enough; or the monitor wasn't big enough; ... continue reading
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Google Chromebook Pixel

Despite the fact that there was hardly a laptop to be seen at this year's CES, it doesn't change the fact that we still do most of our work on one and not on a tablet. For that, we thank Google for not giving up the ship. The Google Chromebook Pixel is Google's "Hey, ditch Google Maps from iOS, will you?!" response ... continue reading
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Collective Cables

Cables have always been an afterthought. You don't pay much attention to them until they get knotted up so bad behind your desk that you consider buying all new electronics just so you don't have to deal with them. With these Collective Cables from Eastern Collective, your cables are no longer boring eyesores. Each ... continue reading
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Ninja Block

Who hasn't wanted to be a ninja? Answer: No one. Since most of us will never realize this dream (primarily because of our love of flip-flops and fear of heights), why not get one to work for you. With Ninja Block, you can have your own little device to control your entire life. You don't need to know anything about ... continue reading
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Lacie 4TB Blade Runner Hard Drive

Plenty of people, us included, have joined that whole "cloud revolution" thing that people on the TV keep talking about. It's super convenient to just put files in Dropbox and have them appear on every computer necessary--instead of having to copy it to a jump drive and physically move the damn file. But that doesn't ... continue reading
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Apple iPad Mini

For serious portability, the iPad is not ideal. Sure, if you have one, you're probably not running out for an iPad Mini, but if you're in the group of consumers who wanted a smaller and more affordable app machine, here you go. Yes, there are going to be critics who hate on Apple for everything they put out, but the ... continue reading
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Balisong 2GB USB Drive

You're probably reading this and thinking to yourself, "what the hell is a balisong? That's obviously a butterfly knife." If you weren't, you're way more knowledgable about this stuff than we are because that's exactly what we were thinking. But we digress. This Balisong is the first that's legal in all 50 states because ... continue reading
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Keep It Clean

PC users can let crumbs fall between keys on on their keyboard and leave greasy thumbprints on their screen all they want, Mac users care about appearance. Okay, before all you PC users jump through your screen, that was a joke (mostly), but if you happen to be an Apple subscriber and are looking to tidy up your device, ... continue reading
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iLP iDevice Turntable

There are plenty of devices on the market that will convert your vinyl to a more transportation friendly digital format, but most of them require a computer. So, once all your Hendrix vinyls are converted you're still going to need to transfer them to your iPhone/iPod/iPad. The iLP iDevice Turntable from Ion Audio ... continue reading
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HP All-In-One Spectre Desktop

HP has a new line of all-in-one desktops which includes the SpectreONE that, according to HP, are "unlike anything you've ever seen." That's not exactly true. They're basically iMac ripoffs (down to the not "MagicPad"), but we're totally cool with that because they look quite nice. The SpectreONE comes equipped with ... continue reading
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Kindle Paperwhite

As much as we love bending pages and cracking the spine on a new paperback, it's getting harder and harder to defend the physical book. With the Kindle Paperwhite, it's basically impossible. The latest reader from Amazon improves on the original Kindle in a whole slew of ways. First, and most importantly, they added ... continue reading
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