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iLuv Triple USB Charger

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The iLuv Triple USB Charger is an ugly-but-useful lump of plastic. It’s basically just a mains plug with three USB connectors built into it, allowing you to connect and charge three different devices at the same time. That might seem a bit unnecessary, but trust me – it’s an absolute godsend when you’re at a tennis tournament in Eindhoven and you need to charge your iPhone, iPad and camcorder in your hotel room. The charger comes with mains adaptors for the UK, Europe, Australia and the US.

iLuv Triple USB Charger

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Price $30 (£19)
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Kensington Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit

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If you absolutely must use your iPhone when driving then Kensington’s Hands-Free Car Kit will at least ensure you keep your hands on the wheel. The device consists of a Bluetooth-enabled speakerphone unit that clips to the sun visor in your car, allowing you to receive calls while you’re driving. You can also make calls quickly, simply by pressing one of the three programmable speed-dial buttons. The rechargeable battery provides about ten hours of talk-time, but the kit also includes a spare battery that you can slip into your glove-compartment and keep as a back-up.

Kensington Bluetooth Hands-Free Car Kit

Reg Rating 80
Price £80
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