1. Arcam rCube
- Reviewed on: 10 October 2011
The Arcam rCube matches a minimalist design aesthetic that Apple would be proud of, with sensational audio performance and smart wireless functionality. With a recent price drop it really does earn its five-star reviews.
Read our Arcam rCube review.
- Reviewed on: 23 December 2011
The Sandberg Touch Screen Gloves are good for keeping your hands warm thanks to their real wool blend. Rubbery bumpy palm aids grip to the phone, all the while giving full touchscreen control of your phone. These gloves are highly recommended for winter phoning.
Read our Sandberg Touch Screen Gloves review.
- Reviewed on: 4 November 2011
It’s no secret that the market is already somewhat saturated with hands-free devices, but we think the Plantronics M1100 has enough going for it to ensure its Vocalyst-enabled voice is heard amongst the din.
Read our Plantronics M1100 review.
- Reviewed on: 18 January 2012
This is a very simple, plug-and-play solution to getting 3G coverage throughout a building which has sketchy signal strength. It’s pretty easy to use, though the display LEDs could be brighter. The main problem is the price: £450 is a great deal to spend on mobile coverage – phone line broadband and a wireless router is likely to be a lot cheaper.
Read our Nextivity Cel-Fi RS2 review.