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Briefly: iCalc Bluetooth Keypad, Adorama selling iPhone 5
Wednesday, January 30, 2013 @ 11:55am

SMK-Link has released a new Bluetooth Keypad that features a built in calculator. The $70 iCalc Bluetooth Calculator Keypad is designed to match the appearance of Apple's own Bluetooth keyboard, and uses magnets to attach directly to the side of the keyboard. While operating in calculator mode all input is shown on the device's built-in 12-digit display, however, support for sending electronic tape data directly to spreadsheets lets users quickly transfer data to a computer.



Adorama now selling iPhone 5 in US retail stores Starting immediately, Adorama will begin selling Verizon iPhone 5's in all of its US stores. The new announcement is accompanied by a limited time deal that provides iPhone purchasers with a complimentary $100 gift card. The card can be saved for a later transaction, or applied directly to the iPhone 5 purchase. The promotion will run all through February and applies to all iPhone 5 purchases with a Verizon contact.

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