Portable Entertainment Accessories

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Waking up to an iPad or iPhone has never been sweeter on your eyes and ears than with one of these new speaker dock systems from Pyle Home. 

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The great promise of smartphones and gadgets like the iPod touch and tablet computers is that they enable you to do a million different things, all while listening to your favorite music. However, when you connect your device to a speaker system, you can no longer hold it in your hand and continue doing a million different things. 

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There’s no shortage of smartphone doodads on the market, with most being me-too variations of similar products hanging alongside them on the retail shelves—same stuff, different logo. Not so the new Novoflex Phone-Kit.

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Skillfully executed minimal design doesn’t always blend with its surroundings. If you disagree, pop on a pair of Grape-colored Plattan or Tanto headphones from URBANEARS the next time you’re dressed up and waiting for a job interview to begin.

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Using an iPhone hands-free can be liberating, but you need a trusty accessory to make it possible. That’s why you may want to attach the newly-arrived Flip-Cage with Tripod Adapter for the iPhone 4 or 4S from Gary Fong. The model is a follow-up to Gary Fong’s Flip-Cage with Tripod Adapter for iPhone 3GS.

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When you’re picking out a controller keyboard these days, you must first determine how you’re going to use it: either with your main computer or with your mobile device, and then purchase a compatible product. However, the new Mobile Keys keyboard controllers from Line 6 are compatible, plug-and-play style, with Mac, Windows and iOS devices.

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If you’ve made the switch from a land line to a cell phone, you may have noticed that signal strength varies as you move around your apartment or office. Standing by the window might guarantee a reliable connection while the walk-in closet, not so much.

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Filters—the type you hold between fingers for placing in front of a lens—have been in retreat since in-camera digital effects began offering more choices than a diner menu. Still, there is something refreshing about a snap-on dial for an iPhone 4 or 4S that lets you rotate a selection of filters and lenses.

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You can walk around wearing advertisements on your head for some musician who should be paying you, or you can pop in a pair of subtle earbuds that also happen to deliver top-quality stereo sound and come with an inline remote and microphone. 

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They’re invading our ears, sheathing our speakers, coating our iPhones and encasing our iPads. Cartoon characters made infamous by the game Angry Birds have been licensed by the accessory maker GEAR4 for a variety of new accessories.

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Imagine the year is 1962, and you've been asked to predict what headphones will be like fifty years into the future, all the way forward to the year 2012! It's possible that you would describe something like the two new models recently announced by Creative, the WP-450 and the HN-900. 

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You can always go with roses, assorted chocolates and a greeting card, but a bit of imagination can’t hurt when it comes to making Valentine’s Day memorable. Here are a bunch of gift-giving ideas for her, for him and for the kids.

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Carrying out triple duty as a pocket projector, supplemental battery and stand for any iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch), the Pico Power Projector II from MiLi is a multi-purpose accessory that fits under the just-might category.

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The popularity of the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch has spawned a plethora of add-on devices for recording musicians that run the gamut from simple, single-input devices to external microphones. 

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Blue is a maker of fine microphones, well known for their excellent sound quality and unique industrial design. In 2011, Blue released an affordable studio microphone with a standard, analog XLR output called the Blue Spark.

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