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Little ray of sunshine Freeloader


This advanced portable charging system can power any handheld device anywhere, any time. Powered by solar panels or plugged into a USB, once charged, its internal battery can power an iPod for 18 hours, mobile phone for 44 hours, PSP for two and a half hours, PDA for 22 hours and more. No need for kid gloves when handling this looker, its tough aluminium body can handle everyday bonks and bashes, whether on business, backpacking or just chilling. www.sciencemuseumshop.co.uk £45


This sweet design hi-fi for travel in a compact clamshell has an entire system of speakers, amps, radio and alarm clock in one rechargeable unit. Strong but stylish, you can choose red, white or black faux leather which flips open to reveal a slender piano lacquered cabinet inset with the brand’s distinctive domed grille. Other features include an integrated digital FM tuner with auto-search and stereo Bluetooth playback. Music will stream wirelessly from an iPad, iPhone and any Bluetooth device, while its rechargeable lithium battery provides over five hours playtime. www.keithhaddock.com around £175


Music box of delights GenevaSound Model XS


Total understanding Samsung Galaxy S III


Break free with a Samsung Galaxy S III – it ‘just gets us’. This sleek, light, Android phone has all the features most can only dream about: replaceable long-life batteries, expandable memory, non-reflective screens, content sharing, screen-in-screen technology, watching BBC iPlayer while checking your Twitter feed... ‘Oh, you like the track I’m playing? Here, let me send it to you!’ With no confirmed reports that the iPhone 5 will be out anytime soon and no hints or leaks from factories specifying what screen size or power the new iPhone will have (if such a thing even exists), cut loose and play a wildcard. You can always come back for the iPhone 6. various stockist


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Words: Gareth Long


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