December 19, 2014

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December 18, 2014

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Amazon offers the ASUS Chromebook 13-Inch HD with Gigabit WiFi, 32GB Storage & 4GB RAM (Model B00JI9HISQ) for $229 with free shipping. That’s $100 off for this recently released double RAM and double local storage configuration. Features:

  • 10 Hours Incredible Battery Life.
  • Gigabit Dual-Band 802.11AC ultra-fast Wi-Fi.
  • Intel Dual-Core 2.16 GHz Processor with 4 GB RAM.
  • 13.3″ HD LED Display. HD Webcam.
  • USB 3.0, USB 2.0, HDMI, SD Card Reader, & Bluetooth 4.0.
  • 32 GB local flash storage, 1TB Google Drive storage for 2 years (with recent offer).

OK with 2GB RAM, 16GB storage and Green on White? $180 please.

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This week’s free app from Apple is Brushstroke. Designed to transform your photos into “paintings in one touch,” you can download the app for free on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Releasing back in March of this year for $2.99, the lowest we had seen the app go previously was $1 for about a week in April.

Head below for more details on what Brushstroke can do:

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Audio-Technica, well known for making high quality pro and consumer audio gear, has now launched its new CKR in-ear headphones. Dubbed the SonicPro line, the new headphones are for “high-resolution” sound and are tailored towards “discerning music lovers who appreciate innovation, detailed audio and intelligent design.”

Available in 5 different models, the higher end CKR9 and CKR10s are “the world’s first headphones to incorporate a Push-Pull Driver System to deliver extraordinary clarity and accuracy,” according to AT. While those two sets will certainly put a dent in your wallet, the entry level CKR7, 5i and 3i models come in at a much affordable price and are said to include the same focus on high res audio playback.

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iPads need stands. Whether you’re watching videos, long-form typing, or making FaceTime calls, it’s a chore to hold the iPad upright for extended blocks of time. To address that need, Apple launched the first iPad with regular and keyboard docks, but quickly gave up on them in favor of simpler folding lids called Smart Covers.

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If you’re looking for an iPad stand or dock, you can do better than that. We know because we’ve tested lots of options for Apple’s tablets. Following up on our guide to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus docks, we’re looking today at the very best of what’s out there for every iPad, covering four broad categories: simple portable stands, simple desktop stands, cases with integrated stands, and charging docks. expand full story

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