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Mini Microscope For iPhone
"Every time we get a new iPhone accessory, we're like HOLY CRAP WE LIVE IN THE FUTURE. Go on, ask the you from 20 years ago if you can imagine having a device that fits in your pocket that can check email, watch TV shows, video chat with your siblings from across the country... Yeah, the you from 20 years ago just told you to shut up. We know, that's what we said to us too. The Mini Microscope for iPhone transforms your smartphone into a mini microscope capable of 60x magnification. Attach the Mini Microscope to the camera lens of your iPhone 4 or 4S and you can zoom in on just about anything. Three built-in bright white LEDs will shed light on your subject and even allow you to reliably verify watermarks. And of course, since it is attached to your camera, you can take photos of everything you're examining and share them with the world. Bullet Headline Microscope attachment for the iPhone 4/4S Attaches to the lens of your camera Zoom in at 60x magnification Three built-in bright white LEDs included See tiny things, verify watermarks, and more Take photos of the things you're examining and share them Dimensions: approx. 1.46"" x 1.61"" x 0.67"" Batteries: 3x LR1130"
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Skulls. Everybody has one. Some have two or more! Those lucky devils get to wander around fancy dress parties, chatting up girls and saying, "Hey doll, is this guy boring you? Why don't you talk to me instead? I'm from a different planet." Some skulls are enormous, some are quite small, and some have USB 2.0 connectivity. I'm guessing yours doesn't? Well, waste no time and upgrade your skull today! No, put down that power-drill...
Scratch & Scroll Mousepad
"The Note To Self evolves as we evolve. As teenagers, we grabbed a pen and wrote things on our hands or arms. Sometimes, this worked perfectly. At other times, we strained our brains trying to remember why we wrote 3:30 on our wrist. Where were we supposed to be? Make-up test? Karate? Picking up the little sister? D'oh. Then we got smart. We started keeping lists in Notepad. Then we remembered the milk. Then we had Evernote. Then we realized all the technology in the world wasn't catching EVERYTHING we had to remember, so we went old school with paper and pencil. Gosh, could this get any harder? It's certainly a case for hiring an evil henchman or three. The Scratch-n-Scroll is a mousepad and to-doodle list in one. The writing surface *is* the mousepad, so when the phone rings and you're having to jot down things quickly, you don't have to scramble for a pen. Simply jot notes on the mousepad using your finger or the built-in plastic stylus. It's just like that Magic Slate you had as a kid: lift up the semi-transparent sheet on top and the notes disappear, leaving a clean writing surface for next time. Bullet Headline Magic Slate meets mousepad! 9.4 "" X 8.4"" Slim, portable design Smooth scrolling surface like a standard mouse pad (but slightly larger) Non-slip back pad keeps it from sliding around your desk Works with any optical or ball-based computer mouse Write on the pad with your finger or the included stylus Lift the semi-transparent top sheet to erase"