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ReCap Pro 2014 Portable [UPDATED]

Uni is a portable toll pass that allows drivers to automatically pay tolls on all toll roads in 19 states, including Florida express lanes. Uni attaches to the inside of a car windshield with suction cups, making it easy to transfer from vehicle to vehicle, including motorcycles and rental cars.

ReCap Pro 2014 Portable

While the E-PASS Portable will continue to work in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina, E-PASS Portable is no longer available for purchase. Uni is the portable transponder option in the E-PASS family of products.

Going with the theme of USB rechargeable flashlights, Streamlight also introduced the ClipMate USB. The Streamlight ClipMate USB is a small, 70 lumen flashlight with a integrated pocket clip. It has both a white and a red LED, and the rechargeable lithium-ion battery can be recharged up to 300 times. Available May 2014, MSRP: $65.00.

The announcement of the Streamlight ProTac HL 3 had everyone buzzing at the 2014 NSSF Shot Show. This new 1,100 lumen flashlight is sure to turn some heads. In the style of the popular Streamlight ProTac HL flashlight, the ProTac HL 3 will have two brightness levels and a strobe function. The main difference is that the ProTac HL 3 is powered by three CR123 lithium batteries (instead of 2 batteries like the original ProTac HL). One of the best features of the Streamlight ProTac Series is the TEN-TAP programmable tactical switch. This lets you reprogram the flashlight to come on in high only, low/high, or the default of high/strobe/low. Available May 2014, MSRP: $155.00

The 2014 SHOT Show was a good one for Nightstick flashlights. They introduced 15+ new flashlights this year. The one that really stands out to us as the most exciting is the Nightstick TAC-560XL Rechargeable flashlight. This 800 lumen flashlight is a true powerhouse, but it can still fit in your pocket. One of the best things about the TAC-560XL is that it is a dual fuel flashlight, meaning that it can run on a lithium-ion rechargeable battery or two CR123 non-rechargeable lithium batteries. The kit includes a CR123 battery carrier that you can use if your rechargeable battery dies in a pinch. Like the other Nightstick TAC-500 flashlights, the TAC-560XL is recharged using a small slide-in charging bracket and a AC or DC charge cord. Available March 2014, MSRP: $79.95.

FoxFury is diving into the weapon lights market with the introduction of the FoxFury SideSlide Picatinny Weapon Light. Based on their popular SideSlide flashlight for the fire and industrial markets, the SideSlide Picatinny flashlight comes with a flashlight and mount for your rifle. The beauty of the SideSlide flashlight is that it can slide out of the mount very easily without any adjustments or tools needed. The flashlight is rated at 200 lumens and is powered by two CR123 lithium batteries or one 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Available March 2014, MSRP: $139.99.

The seventh generation slowly began to wind down when Nintendo began cutting back on Wii production in the early 2010s. In 2014, Sony announced they were discontinuing the production of the PSP worldwide, and the release of new games for the DS eventually ceased by 2016. Microsoft announced in that same year that they would discontinue the Xbox 360. The following year, Sony announced that it would soon discontinue the PlayStation 3. Around that time, the remaining Wii consoles were discontinued, ending the generation as all hardware was discontinued. The final Xbox 360 physical games were released in 2018, as FIFA 19 and Just Dance 2019. Despite this, several more Wii games were released, including a few more annual Just Dance sequels,[16][17] as well as a limited 3,000-copy print run of a physical release of Retro City Rampage DX and a port of its 2019 sequel Shakedown: Hawaii that were both released on July 9, 2020, exclusively in Europe.[18][19] A PS3 version of Shakedown was also released as a digital-only title. On September 28, 2022, physical PlayStation 3 versions of Retro City Rampage DX and Shakedown: Hawaii were released in limited run releases also acting as the last physical PS3 games and the last games of the seventh generation; almost 16 years after the PlayStation 3 debuted. The eighth generation had already begun in early 2011, with the release of the Nintendo 3DS.

Nintendo entered the generation with a new approach embodied by its Wii. The company planned to attract current hardcore and casual gamers,[66] non-gamers,[67] and lapsed gamers by focusing on new gameplay experiences and new forms of interaction with games rather than cutting edge graphics and expensive technology.[68] This approach was previously implemented in the portable market with the Nintendo DS.[69] Nintendo expressed hope that the new control schemes it had implemented would render conventionally controlled consoles obsolete, leading to Nintendo capturing a large portion of the existing market as well.[70] This strategy paid off, with demand for the Wii outstripping supply throughout 2007.[71] Since Nintendo profited on each console right from the start unlike its competitors,[72] it achieved very positive returns.[73] With only a few exceptions, monthly worldwide sales for the Wii were higher than those of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3,[32][74][75] eroding Microsoft's early lead and widening the gap between its market share and Sony's.[69] In 2007, it was reported by the British newspaper Financial Times that the Wii's sales surpassed those of the Xbox 360, which had been released one year previously, and became the market leader in worldwide home console sales for the generation.[76]

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is a dungeon crawler RPG developed for the Nintendo 3DS. It features both the characters from Persona 3 and the ones from Persona 4 and includes some gameplay elements from the Etrian Odyssey series. The Persona 3 campaign starts two weeks before October 4. Just as SEES prepares to enter Tartarus that night, they are pulled into the Velvet Room and sent to a school they have never seen before. While searching the area, they meet the amnesiacs Zen and Rei and the Investigation Team, the latter of whom have also been pulled into the strange school: they must now work together to escape. The game was released in Japan on June 5, 2014, North America on November 25, 2014, and Europe on November 28, 2014.

Persona 3 was adapted into five live stage musicals, with the first one performed in 2014. The series of plays were first announced in August 2013[164] and were written by Kumagai and Kotora Kagurazuka, with music by Meguro. The plays included separate shows for both the male and female protagonists, who were named Sakuya Shiomi and Kotone Shiomi, and had minor dialogue and scenes unique to each protagonist.[165] The plays starred Shouta Aoi as Sakuya, Kana Asumi as Kotone, Maho Tomita as Yukari, Genki Okawa as Junpei, Yuki Fujiwara as Akihiko, Asami Tano as Mitsuru, Marina Tanoue as Fuuka, ZAQ as Aigis, and Waku Sakaguchi and Tomonori Suzuki as Ken. The musicals were also broadcast live on Niconico[166] and a behind-the-scenes special aired on Tokyo MX.[167]

The stadium's majestic beauty on the outside is the perfect facade for a rowdy and terrific game day experience that lies within its walls. Prior to the 2013 season, the experience of watching Red Raider football reached another level with the addition of a high-definition video board that spans 38 X 100 feet in size on a five-tier structure.Several updates have taken place inside Jones AT&T Stadium over the last five years. The latest upgrades were put in place in 2017 with the installation of new FieldTurf as the playing surface. In 2015, Tech replaced the bleachers and seatbacks to provide improved seating options throughout the stadium. In 2014, Tech introduced premium seating areas and a renovated club area located in the north end zone. The renovation included outdoor club seats and transformed the ticket office into a premium lounge with exclusive concession options.

Davis was selected by the Miami Dolphins at No. 25 overall in the 2009 NFL Draft after a decorated collegiate career at Illinois, which included being a two-time first-team All-Big Ten selection in 2007 and 2008. The Washington, D.C. native spent his first three seasons with the Dolphins before being traded to the Indianapolis Colts, spending six seasons with the franchise, which included being selected to the Pro Bowl in 2014 and 2015.

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