Today we take a look at two of JBL’s latest range of Bluetooth speakers, the Clip2 and its big brother, the Charge3.
Belkin’s £19.99 Apple Pencil holder may not be an essential purchase, but would be a great gift for iPad lovers.
The Belkin PowerHouse offers a premium, if pricey, way to charge your iPhone and Apple Watch without the clutter.
If you keep forgetting to pack your Apple Lightning cable, take a keychain instead.
The weBoost eqo promises to boost your mobile phone signal by up to 32 times – we found real world performance was rather different.
New Belkin Powerhouse Charge Dock for Apple Watch + iPhone charges both devices simultaneously.
An upcoming road trip tracing Route 66 from LA to Chicago gives me the perfect excuse to try out some new portable battery packs.
The Kindle Oasis is the latest iteration of Amazon’s e-book reader, and it’s the most expensive kindle you can buy. Amazon has trumped the Voyage with the introduction of premium materials, a unique design and an innovative battery case. You don’t need this Kindle. But you’ll want it.
If you find wearing a watch and a fitness band uncomfortable, then the iFit Classic may be for you, melding an analogue design with smart watch intelligence.
The Wacom Bamboo Spark Smart Folio isn’t the cheapest way to take notes and sketches, but for meeting junkies and creative types, it may well be the slickest.
Why pack a charging cable when you can clip one to your bag?
Comfortable to wear, with great audio quality, the discreet JBL Everest 100 Bluetooth headphones are ideal for music and movie-loving commuters alike.