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Published: 19th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th January 2015 01:43 AM   |  A+A-

CODE DONUT WIRELESS SPEAKERS

GADGETS.jpgExclusively distributed by Canada-based Taotronics, the Code Donut speaker comes in the shape of a donut. It is available in four combinations — black and orange, white and brown, pink and white, and orange and yellow. The speakers come with a Near Field Communication (NFC) tag and has two 1.25 inch speakers with 2 Watts RMS (www.taotronics.com)

MARVEL’S THOR 2: THE DARK WORLD POWER BANK

For the superhero fans, this might be something to show off. This Thor Hammer power bank from InfoThink Technology has a battery capacity of 2,600 mAH. It is compatible with Micro USB devices like smartphones, cameras, MP3 and MP4 players and emits a thunder and lightning sound when plugged in (www.infothink.com.tw)

iTAP USB Charging Adapter

GADGETS-1.jpgNow charge your phone using a water faucet look-alike adapter. The Japan company Hamee’s USB charger can be switched on or off by turning the knob. You can charge your smartphone, power bank, portable game consoles, iPod/iPad and other devices which come with a USB 3.0 cable (www.japantrendshop.com)

PLAYBULB COLOR

GADGETS-2.jpgNow listen to music from any corner at home, with this portable speaker which looks like a bulb and works like one too. Playbulb Color by Hong-Kong-based MiPow, is wireless and Bluetooth-enabled and has a colour-changing LED light bulb. Download the PLAYBULB X app to control the bulb. The device is compatible with Android 4.3/iOS 7 or greater and fits into a normal bulb socket (www.playbulb.com)



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