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5 cool things by Touch Sopor

5 cool things by Touch Sopor


Multi-headphone Splitter
This gadget can connect as many as five headphones to your iPod so you can share your favourite music and songs. It can be used with all types of PC or MP3 music files and any portable media device. You can add another device to mix songs and listen to them with your friends without annoying other people around you. It can be with you all the time, any place you like. Just keep it in your pocket or your bag, and cool sounds will be with you anywhere.


Jacket
HOW much can you rely on sun cream to protect your skin from  harmful ultra-violet radiation? Experts say that, regardless of the SPF factor of the cream you use, it will protect your skin for only a limited period. So, if you’re exposed to direct sunlight for too long, your skin may still be harmed. A  jacket could therefore offer useful protection not only from the sun but also from the cold.


Food carrier

Put your food in one of these and take it to the pagoda. Otherwise, you may end up carrying food around in several containers, which is cumbersome and makes you look like a disorganised person. Food carriers range in price from $3 to $7, depending on the brand and the number of shelves. They also come in handy when you want to bring an assortment of food  to a picnic or to a patient in hospital. Some food carriers look cute because of their unusual colours and designs, and they  make you look smart when you’re carrying them.


Name-card wallet
Collecting name cards could prove to be an interesting hobby, but keeping in contact and building social networks is really important. You should have a special wallet to keep all these cards, so that when you need to find someone, you don’t have to call a friend, or a friend of a friend, to get a person’s contact details – because they’re all in your hand. It’s not only useful, but also fun when you check out all the different styles of name cards you have acquired.


Vimeo

Check out www.vimeo.com, and you’ll get to know more about the creative community of high-quality video. You can search through thousands of high-definition videos and learn how to make your own from producers who are happy to share their experience. With the Vimeo Video School, you can have heaps of fun learning how to make videos. A clear explanation accompanies the video, so you don’t have to be a professional film-maker to understand the process. From behind-the-scenes tasks to editing, you can learn any film-making process – it’s pretty impressive.

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