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GOkey: The 4-in-1 Keychain That Features As A Charger, Powerbank And Locator

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GOkey: The 4-in-1 Keychain That Features As A Charger, Powerbank And Locator

Is your bag or pockets filled with numerous digital tools?

If you need a flash drive, powerbank and locator to get through the day, then the GOkey is for you.

As the name suggests, the GOkey is a keychain that combine all your basic gadgets into one, small and powerful device. The keychain contains the following features:

  • powerbank
  • keychain
  • GPS locator
  • flash drive

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    It also has a wide range of connectivity featues, such as bluetooth, USB and lightning. One of the most intriguing features of the GOkey is its locator. Using the device, you can easily find your mobile and vice versa.

    This is one of the most versatile gadgets of 2014. The design is smooth and compact. Overall, I highly recommend this product to everyone.

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      Do you think the GOkey is worth the purchase? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

      GOkey: Charger. Cable. Locator. Memory. All on your key-ring. | Indiegogo

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