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Friday, August 24th 2012 - 11:35 CEST
Eco friendly and organic products are currently so popular that Hama has decided to expand its ‘Eco-Line’ series of mobile phone cases. What began last year with Liquid Wood, the unique raw material, is now being expanded to include universal sleeves and product-specific folding mobile phone cases made of cork or coconut fibres. Twenty-six new mobile phone case models will be released in time for the IFA 2012. These phone cases are not only attractive; they make an important contribution to protecting the environment. The iPhone 4 the iPhone 4S and the Samsung Galaxy S3 have their own mobile phone cases, which have a hard shell made of Liquid Wood and a lid made of cork.
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Monday, August 20th 2012 - 11:00 CEST
Anyone who thought bamboo is just a decoration that belongs in a vase will have to think twice, thanks to the new Hama Bamboo keyboard and mice. Whether in the wireless or wired versions, these input keyboards and mice made of bamboo really do something to make your desk look good - and even more to help the environment. Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing renewable resources, with a pleasant feel to help you work more comfortably. The Bamboo keyboards are equipped with softtouch keys for quiet, smooth keystrokes. Four new quick start buttons have been added above the numeric Bamboo keypad, so you can start apps and programs just by pressing a button.
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Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:03 CEST
It’s enough to make you tear your hair out. Your digital camera is out of juice after taking just a few pictures even though you inserted new batteries the last time it was used. This extremely irritating effect is known as spontaneous discharge, whereby a battery, without further use, only has a fraction of its original capacity after a short time.
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Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 21:00 CEST
Those looking for the epitome of universal talent will strike it rich with Hama at the radio / television exhibition in Berlin. Hama will present the Tech-line 1000&1 Card Reader; a card reader that not only reads all cards without an adapter, but also does so extremely quickly. Transfer rates of up to 32 MB per second are achieved via USB 2.0 thanks to a high-speed chip set.
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Tuesday, September 4th 2007 - 21:00 CEST
Many people would be lost without GPS navigation. In order to get around without problems, an external GPS receiver is often needed in combination with a notebook, PDA, or mobile phone. Hama, the accessory professionals, have a solar-supported Bluetooth version in their product range.
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Saturday, September 1st 2007 - 22:09 CEST
Many athletes swear that they need external support; thankfully, most of them only get this support from music using MP3 players. The Hama “DMP 620 Sports” models are the right companion: lightweight, splash-proof, and in cool colours. The new 2 GB player’s rubberised case, available in red, blue, green, orange or yellow, defies wind and weather. Body-conscious users in particular will value the integrated stopwatch and calculator for the body mass index that many swear by. The inner workings of the lightweight “Sports” players (33 grams including rechargeable battery) also have a lot to offer.
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