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TECH TALKA hot new tech toy stripped of its complementary accessories? Why, that's just wrong. We're talking Batman without his cape wrong. Jersey Shore without a tan wrong. Red carpet without diamonds wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong.
Luckily, Eastman Kodak Company's saving the day with an essential pair of gadget garnishes. Get fired up for the Kodak Portable Power on the Go chargers for iPhone and Android, MP3 players and digital cameras. Stay classy with the black iPad Folio Case by Vivitar that works will all generations of iPads and bonus stylus pen.
With the On the Go charger, your world stays in the palm of your hand, powered up and ready to rock. Never crawl and scrounge for an empty outlet again—this portable, rechargeable power supply provides backup power to your cell phone, MP3 player, digital camera or digital video camera. The sleek, small design fits in your pocket and provides over 30 hours MP3 play or five hours cell phone talk.
The sleek, stylish black iPad folio case serves double duty—protecting your investment while giving you a haute new look. Browse easily with the built-in adjustable flip stand. The magnetic closure ensures a snug fit.
Is it technology, magic or both?
- Steve Jobs wasn't the only founder of Apple. Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne co-founded the company.
- The first Apple computer sold for a whoppin' $666.
- George Eastman, the founder of Kodak, was a high school dropout said to be "not specially gifted."
- The first Kodak camera was portable and could take 100 exposures.
- In 1896 a Kodak camera sold for $5.
- Just $25 gets you a black iPad folio case with a convenient flip stand, stylus pen and magnetic closure, a $50 value, or just $11 gets you a Kodak portable charger for Smartphones, MP3 players or digital cameras, a $22 value
- What's better than a bunch of new gadgets to play with? Yup, nothing.