Electronics in Massachusetts


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  • Mimoco
    The stern, masked face of Batman. The bright red bow of Hello Kitty. The green, wizened visage of Yoda. These images have two things in common: they've all become iconic, and they've all been wrapped around a 64-gigabyte stick of flash memory. Boston-based design studio Mimoco (pronounced mee-mo-ko) adds a jolt of pop culture and style to familiar technologies and gadgets, most notably with Mimobot, the company's flagship line of flash drives. Familiar faces from DC Comics, Hello Kitty, Star Wars, and Emily the Strange, along with such notable figures as Einstein and Bruce Lee, grace the glossy exteriors of 2–64-gigabyte memory sticks. Each comes preloaded with desktop wallpaper and other character-specific content—which the company calls Mimory—allowing one to match computers to flash drives, flash drives to T-shirts, and T-shirts to secret double lives as caped crusaders. In addition to the pack of famous and fictional faces, Mimoco partners with independent popartists to create one-of-a-kind consumer electronics and home goods. To engage with its creative fan base, the company hosts design challenges.
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    119 Braintree St
    Allston, MA US
  • Optical Expressions
    Optical Expressions' friendly staff of frame wranglers and licensed optometrists outfits faces with a stylish array of designer eyewear. Like an eagle landing on the runways of Milan, the boutique’s chic frames merge impeccable vision and high fashion through lenses ($69+) and lens holders from well-known labels such as Versace ($209–$350) and Gucci ($300–$429). Each appointment lasts a brief half hour to an hour, efficiently and accurately fixing customers up with a frame to match individual styles. In addition to equipping eyeballs with transparent eyewear, Optical Expressions’ vast emporium of designer sunglasses from Ray-Ban ($99–$179), John Varvatos ($199–$399), and Prada ($199–$400) fashionably shield corneas from the jealous glances of the sun.
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    1156 Main St
    Springfield, MA US
  • Staples
    The journey from confusion to organization doesn't have to be a long one. Often enough, it's the length of one tiny strip of metal?the staple that holds a school paper together, or attaches a cover letter to a r?sum?. Staples doesn't carry staples exclusively, of course, but for 28 years, they've aspired to create that same sense of effortless order. Their library of products covers everything from pencils and fire extinguishers to all-in-one machines and facility supplies, all of which aim to make jobs easier. The technology aisles feature more advanced gear: cameras, phones, label makers, tablets, and laptops from popular brands. Their Copy & Print Centers churn out professional documents, business cards, photo gifts, and more. And, though Staples' focus is work, the stores can also furnish break rooms with chairs and coffeemakers.
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    500 Staples Drive
    Framingham, MA US
  • Wireless Store
    Wireless Store is Boston's first T-Mobile limited retailer, offering a sizable selection of wireless phones and accessories. Conversations can be held hands free while driving down the highway or riding on horseback with advanced Bluetooth headsets made by Jabra, Plantronics, Motorola, and BlueAnt. Other wireless accessories, such as chargers, cases, screen protectors, and batteries, keep phones clean, shiny, and fully charged. Though it wears the T-Mobile logo as proudly as a rebellious teenager in a Cramps T-shirt, Wireless Store is a locally owned and operated establishment.
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    315 Centre St
    Jamaica Plain, MA US
  • Ctc Communications
    A Karma mani-pedi combination gives harried hands 30 minutes of soaking, rubbing, polishing, and painting attention, and the other 60-minute half of the treatment defouls frazzled feet with a bath, a callus checkup, and an exfoliating massage that works its way up the legs, finishing finally with a slather of nourishing butter and a polish. If your hands and feet are already detachable and dishwasher safe, opt instead for the glowing mini-facial and makeup, during which face flesh is steamed, deep-cleansed, and exfoliated. Necks and shoulders are then blessed with a mini-massage, followed by a 30-minute makeover using products customized to each individual’s skin type.
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    199 Rosewood Dr
    Danvers, MA US
  • New England Technology
    Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button on this page.Step 2. Pull up your Groupon with our mobile app or by going to My Groupons (or to My Gifts if you are giving this as a gift) and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit the redemption page on Groupon's partner site, RedTag.com and click "Redeem My Groupon."Step 4. In the shopping cart, enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the "Do you have a coupon code field?" select "Apply," and then "Proceed to Checkout." Create an account for redemption.Step 5. Enjoy!Once the recipient claims your gift, you will no longer be able to print the Groupon.
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    1020 Plain St
    Marshfield, MA US
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