The Scrapsaw, scraper and lead trap are now the latest gadget to hit the market.
The cheapest scrap scraper will be $0.99, and lead traps are currently priced at $0,99, a 50 per cent discount.
These are the first new gadgets in RTE’s weekly news roundup, which will be running through tomorrow.
It’s not quite a gadget, but it’s a welcome change of pace for the magazine’s latest feature, which has been on sale since October 1.
RTE News has also made some significant changes to its digital platform over the last week, with a number of updates.
The news app is no longer limited to the iPad platform, as RTE previously announced.
It now offers news stories across the web, iOS and Android, as well as a news portal for users to view news stories from other platforms.
The new RTE app is now a standalone app, and the news section has been expanded to include more content, including news from RTE, News of the World, The Irish Times and the Irish Examiner.
This week, there will also be a special feature about the Easter Rising, and a new Irish flag.
The latest edition of RTE is also being published in English, which means it will now be available in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
In addition, RTE will be offering Irish-language versions of its RTE Magazine app, including a new edition of its flagship Irish-centric Irish newspaper.
There are also new apps for mobile phones, including the RTE App for Android and the RTV App for iOS.
The app has been updated to support iOS 7, and features the same interface as RTV.
The apps are available from Apple and Google Play for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
RTV has been redesigned for the iPhone, and it now features a new layout and cleaner navigation.
In addition to the new apps, the latest edition also has a new digital magazine.
It features articles, video clips and photos from RTV’s archives, and there are new video features, too.
There are also some new RTV videos available to stream on mobile devices, with the first being a documentary about the 1916 Rising, which was made for RTE.
The digital edition of the RTRT will be available to download from iTunes on Tuesday, March 11.