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PowerMonkey Classic 2

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The somewhat lumpen PowerMonkey sits a little uncomfortably alongside the sleek, stylish design of the iPhone, but it will earn its keep if you end up with a flat battery when you’re away from home. The PowerMonkey’s 2200mAh capacity is one of the highest I’ve seen in a mobile battery pack, and it gave my iPhone 4 almost a complete recharge, taking the battery right back up to 90 per cent. It can be used with a wide range of other mobile devices too, and includes connectors for the iPhone and iPod, as well as Nokia, Samsung and Sony-Ericsson phones. It also comes with a mains charger plus adaptors for the UK, Europe, US and Australia.

PowerMonkey Classic v2

Reg Rating 90
Price £35
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Sennheiser MM 450

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Now that iOS 4.1 supports the Bluetooth AVRCP protocol, you can finally make the most of Bluetooth stereo headphones when listening to your music on an iPhone. If you want a more basic pair of cans, you might want to opt for Sennheiser’s less expensive PX 210 BT, but I reckon you should really go to town and treat yourself to the high-end MM 450. It has it all: noise-cancelling and a built-in microphone so that you can automatically switch between music and calls. The audio quality is warm and detailed, and you can turn both the Bluetooth and noise-cancelling features off - it has a clip-in cable - to save battery life if you need to or for aircraft use.

Sennheiser MM 450

Reg Rating 85
Price £250
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