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The name HouseParty III may call to mind iffy sequels to naff teen comedies, but iPod accessory specialist Gear4 wants you to think home speaker system, 30W amplification and good times to be had by all. The set comes in at £80, which buys you retractable ipod dock connectivity, an FM radio, a remote control, a USB port for data and a line-in socket for other devices. And less the glare of LED light clash with your Ikea-furnished habitat, the set's display is "hidden" behind the speaker grille.

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