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Converge - USB Charging Hub
"Before the dawning of the age of IKEA, all our dorm rooms and apartments were graced with the furniture wunderkind called the futon. It was a sofa! It was a bed! It was a place to pile clean laundry until you got around to folding it. So useful, our futon. Simple and useful. Converge is the futon of charging hubs. Its white folds remind us of a bendy futon mattress, but it has the added feature of a slot to slip in charging cables. With the help of soft TPE grips, cables stay nestled out of sight behind Converge. Just plug the power source into your nearest outlet and you can charge up to 4 USB devices while they chill out on Converge's curvy frame. Product Specifications Your devices will feel right at home snuggling on Converge Stows cables in the back, out of sight Includes 4 USB outlets Curved to let your devices nestle comfortably while charging Powered with an external power source (110-240v) Manages charging cables for both bottom-connected (iPad, iPhone, etc) and side-connected (cameras, other phones, etc) accessories Compatibility: Charges most USB devices. Will not work with Blackberry Torch, Blackberry Curve, or the Barnes & Noble Nook. Dimensions: approx. 12"" x 4"" x 5"""
Apple MacBook Pro MC723LL/A 15.4 LED Notebook - Core i7 i7-2720QM 2.20 GHz - 1440 x 900 WXGA+ Display - 4 GB RAM - 750 GB HDD - DVD-Writer - Intel GMA HD 3000, AMD Radeon HD 6750M - Bluetooth - Webcam - Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard - 7 Hour Battery - Displ
Beauty. Strength. Seamlessly integrated. MacBook Pro is machined from a single piece of aluminium, an engineering breakthrough that replaced many parts with just one. It's called the unibody. And the first time you pick up a MacBook Pro, you'll notice the difference it makes. The entire enclosure is thinner and lighter than other notebooks. It looks polished and refined. And it feels strong and durable - perfect for life inside (and outside) your briefcase or backpack.
Apple MacBook Pro MC725LL/A 17 LED Notebook - Intel Core i7 i7-2720QM 2.20 GHz - 1920 x 1200 WUXGA Display - 4 GB RAM - 750 GB HDD - DVD-Writer - Intel GMA 3000, AMD Radeon HD 6750M Graphics Card - Bluetooth - Webcam - Mac OS X 10.7 Lion - 7 Hour Battery
Strength. Lightness. Beauty. Seamlessly integrated. MacBook Pro is machined from a single piece of aluminum, an engineering breakthrough that replaced many parts with just one. It's called the unibody. And the first time you pick up a MacBook Pro you'll notice the difference it makes. The entire enclosure is thinner and lighter than other notebooks. It looks polished and refined. And it feels strong and durable - perfect for life inside (and outside) your briefcase or backpack.
Apple MacBook Air MC966LL/A 13.3 LED Notebook - Intel Core i5 1.70 GHz - 4 GB RAM - Intel GMA HD 3000 Graphics - Mac OS X 10.7 Lion - 1440 x 900 Display - Bluetooth
Thin, light, durable. Thank you, flash storage.Even at less than an inch thin, MacBook Air sets a pretty high standard - by making flash storage standard. Flash chips are very small, allowing MacBook Air to be incredibly thin and light. Flash is also solid state, meaning there are no moving parts. Which makes it reliable, durable, and quiet. And because we place the flash chips directly on the logic board, they take up much less space - about 90 percent less, in fact. That creates room for other important things, like a bigger battery. So you have a notebook that weighs almost nothing and runs for hours on a single charge. That's mobility mastered.
Click n Cook
"Every kitchen has an organization system for eating utensils. There's that boxy thing that goes in the utensil drawer and it has compartments for forks, spoons, knives, and other nomming devices. But when it comes to cooking utensils, it's a bit of a free-for-all. Maybe you have a big ceramic jar with serving spoons, spatulas, and salad tongs sproinging out of it. Or you have a colorful basket full of can openers, cheese graters, and corkscrews. Whatever your ""system"" of ""organizing"" your cooking implements, it's hardly organized. Or a system. But with the Click n Cook, digging around for the right cooking utensil is a thing of the past. Click n Cook is a modular spatula system that keeps all your essential utensils in one easy place. The set features a stainless steel storage block, a sturdy ergonomic handle, and five detachable spatula heads: a classic flat spatula, a long and flexible slotted spatula for cooking fish, an extra-wide slotted spatula for when you can has cheezburger, a flexible mixer for mixing brownie batter, and a slotted spoon for stirring pasta. Just snap the attachment into the handle, cook up a storm and release with a click of a button when you’re done. Organizing your cooking supplies has never been easier!"