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At this point we have seen iPod docks fitted to just about everything under the sun, so it should come as no surprise that a company decided to develop a sink capable of playing tunes from your MP3 player. Fortunately for designer Jan Puylaert and the guys at WET, their X-Light Surround Basin should be considered as more than just a gimmick—it actually looks really cool with the transparent, light-diffusing acrylic polymer (PMMA) basin revealing the speaker system underneath. Throw some LEDs on this thing and it would be like a party in your bathroom.

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Automatic Mahjong  table adopts the working principle of electricity, light and magnetism, and it is controlled by microcomputer programs. It can effectively achieve the automatic shuffling and dealing of Poker tiles, and automatic dice tossing in a quick and fair way, with stable performance, long period of non-malfunction, and adding entertainment interests. It used two diffentely colors Mahjong Tiles with magnetic.

Features:
1) High tech chipset with self track-clearer
2) Noiseless and durable
3) Environmentally friendly
4) Hi-efficient
5) Shuffles quickly and resists wetness
6) Fully automatically
7) Can be use to shuffle and organize Mahjong Tiles.

Products are exported to the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.

The Mahjong Table have support for English languages

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A Step in the Right Direction is a sneaker based wearable technology project designed by MSTRPLN in collaboration with Ubiq boutique.

The idea of footwear was pushed further by converging elements of digital culture with fashion and design into a wearble technology. The end product is a sneaker designed to detect Wi-Fi wireless internet hot-spots wherever the user may roam, with every step.

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MacBook Missing Elements

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Forget hiding your liquor or handguns, books are for computers now! With the laptop book, designer Kyle Bean attempts to make a statement about how society is becoming more virtual—something about not reading books I think. I was too busy looking at the pictures to get the whole story. At any rate, it appears that the actual device is nothing more than a simple lit screen and a CD slipped between the pages, but it certainly makes for an interesting concept.

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A new case by a company called Boa may just be the snuggest, sleekest wrapper for your MacBook Air. The Fashion Sleeve is plush-lined and offers what Boa calls “minimalist protection.” At just .65mm thin, it’s allegedly the thinnest case on the market. After seeing the pic, though, we theorized we could go thinner still by slipping a (large) condom over the thing.

So, it works. Kind of. Seven failed attempts, largely punctured by the Air’s surprisingly sharp edges (plus occasional clumsiness with fingertips during stretching), one successful try achieving a maximum coverage of 30% of the laptop. That’s from a standard European condom, mind you. You may still want to experiment at home with some Magnums. And now we really need a Boa case to wipe all that icky lubricant from the Air’s outsides: Its synthetic micro-knitted fibers will wipe the aluminum clean of fingerprints and dust (hopefully lube, too) as you slide it in and out. See guys? We suffer for you, we really do. Anyway, the Boa Fashion Sleeve is available now for $30 each, in a choice of 21 spring-theme colors with more colors available in the summer.

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Sony’s new E4000 TV series. Sony’s pushing its new Picture Frame Mode and four “blend in frame colours” hard as its looks to differentiate the 32- and 40-inch Full HD LCDs

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