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eKit 4 in 1 Connection Kit For Galaxy Tab

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Samsung's attempt to go all Apple and release tablets with nowt but a slimline proprietary dock connector make make for slimmer, more curvy fondleslabs, but at the cost of connectivity. Enter the solution: a clip on port adaptor. Samsung offers several dock adaptors, but this 15 quid boy offers four: full-size USB, micro USB, SD and Micro SD. Flip a switch and the micro USB port become power feeds to charge up the tablet, or to use it in syncing and data transfer mode.

eKit four-in-one adaptor
Reg Rating 80%
Price £15
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iHome iHM79 travel speakers

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Sometimes, headphones or your tablet's on-board speaker just isn't enough. For such occasions, look no further than iHome's collapsible iHM79 set. The collapse for portability - when you want to use them open them up for a powerful, clear yet bass-rich sound that belies the speakers' size. They also contain rechargeable batteries for on-the-go usage - charge them by USB. All done, squash them up again, and clip their magnetic bases together.

iHome iHM79 travel speakers
Reg Rating 90%
Price £40
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