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Innergie Magic Cable Trio

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Whether you want to charge your table up, sync it with a computer, or do both at the same time, you'll need a cable. Chances are you'll need more than one, depending on what connector your devices use: iPhone dock, mini USB or micro USB. This boy has all three, each sprouting from a clever all-in-one unit: just pull it to reveal the jack you want and rotate the others out of the way. There's a full-size USB 2.0 port at the other end.

Innergie Magic Cable Trio
Reg Rating 85%
Price £22
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Kensington PowerBolt Duo Car Charger

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Whether you're a driver or a passenger, using a car's ciggie lighter socket is a handy way to top up your tablet effectively for free - the power comes from a dynamo when you're moving, after all. Kensington's PowerBolt Duo is a good choice not only because it has two USB ports - charge two gadgets simultaneously - but because one delivers the 2.1A many tablets require. The other port is only rated at 1A, but that's more than enough to keep your phone going. Comes with a USB cable.

Kensington PowerBolt Duo Car Charger
Reg Rating 75%
Price £25
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