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Scared of dropping your iPhone and damaging that gorgeous exterior? You could do worse than slipping it into its own stylised superhero suit.
Speakers for iPods come two-a-penny these days, but this one caught our attention, mainly because it’s surprisingly good for the price. It also has a clever design that splits into two parts, so you can release the slim speaker from the bass bin section and use it alone on battery power for short trips.
The hard disk in a MacBook is easy to replace, but what do you do with the old drive? Rather than sell it on eBay or throw it away, you can buy a cheap enclosure and suddenly you’ve gained an extra portable drive.
To protect iPhones, Apple decided to use glass screens instead of the usual iPod plastic, so scratch-resistant cases and sleeves such as this IceBox from Gear4 are a hard sell.
WorldTour is a box full of travel plugs bundled with a USB adaptor and two USB ports that will suck juice from sockets wherever you may roam.
Gear4's HouseParty Blu is the latest in its HouseParty line-up, and it has the ability to stream music from A2DP-compatible Bluetooth devices in addition to slotting iPods into the dock on its top panel
Do you own a new-ish iPod? Does your mobile phone boast Bluetooth connectivity? If the answer to both of these questions is yes, you have to buy a BluEye. It's as simple as that.
This set of external speakers allows you to play music from your laptop either from a standard 3.5mm lead or using Bluetooth. The compact design has a row of touch-sensitive buttons on the front of the unit which allow you to control volume, navigate tracks and to pair your Bluetooth device.