FSL Zero bluetooth headphones have a lot going for them. The quality is good, the price is affordable, and the sound ain’t bad for bluetooth headphones without the addition of AptX or similar. Read full review inside.
The Gear 4 HouseParty 4-Evo speaker dock is a decent budget level solution with good power, quality build, app enhancement, but with an audio performance that overall feels a bit flat. This is more a system for the teenage bedroom than the living room.
Gear4 is probably amongst the best known accessory brands in the UK, producing topselling iPod speaker docks, protective cases, and headphones. The Gear4 GP07i in-ear headphones however falls a bit short on sound. Read full review inside.
The Mobo Stylus touchpoint pens provide you with a more accurate way to interact with creative apps on your iOS device without leaving fingerprints. Find out more about the Mobo Stylus 2-in-1 pen and the smaller Stylus Mini here.
iPhone owners no longer need to shell out big money for a satellite navigation system as there are some real good app alternatives, including the CoPilot Live Premium sat nav app which gives you easy to use, feature rich service, at a fraction of the price.
With the Gear4 AirZone Series 1 AirPlay speaker dock, Gear4 has shown that you can deliver a decent wireless audio experience at the budget end of the price point for AirPlay speakers, making this a decent alternative.
Philips Fidelio DS3800W Soundring AirPlay speaker is the lowest priced among the two Soundring Airplay speakers, with the only difference between the two models being that the DS3800 does not include a rechargeable battery.
The House of Marley Freedom Redemption Song in-ear headphones provide a comfortable fit, good noise cancellation, very little sound leakage, and a well balanced sound. In my opinion a good value for money alternative.
The House of Marley Freedom Stir it Up over-ear headphones provides a comfortable fit, a strong and durable build, and a well balanced sound that performs well across a wide genre of music. Well worth shortlisting.
In terms of soft protective cases for the iPad 2 the Snugg Squared Skinny Fit protective case is a good option that makes your iPad 2 feel a bit more protected if you are taking it out into the elements with you.
Although not real leather the Snugg ultra thin smartcover does provide good protection and support for the iPad 2 while not making it too bulky. There are however some strong competition out there and the price is above average.
The Snugg iPhone 4 Jibitz protective soft silicone case uses alphabet tiles to make itself different, and perhaps interesting for the iPhone 4 teens out there. See full review here.
Philips Fidelio SoundRing DS3880W AirPlay speaker looks different, and in my book that is a good thing as we need diversity in the wireless speaker market. Overall a decent AirPlay speaker, but the price seems a bit high. Find out more here.
The MyFitnessPal calorie counter and diet tracker is an easy and fun way to keep track of calories and your diet progress for weight loss. With the largest database of foods and a new barcode scanner it is easier than ever to track those calories.
Azatom iPunch is the first iPod speaker dock from this new brand in the UK, and it is a strong entry into the low cost speaker dock market and a good system to consider if your budget is below £50. Read full review inside.
If you are on the lookout for an iPod speaker dock with plenty of power and bass, but on a strict budget with a £100 ceiling, then you should check out the KitSound BoomDock docking station as it ticks both boxes very well.