The super versatile Breffo Spiderpodium

This quirky looking gadget may look like something out of a Stanley Kubrick Sci-Fi but it is actually one of the most diverse gadgets we’ve ever come across.The Spiderpodium features eight flexible ‘spidery’ legs – allowing you to attach, cradle, secure or position your mobile phone, satnav, iPad, drinks, torches or even cooking utensils on to a variety of surfaces. It really is very handy and has loads of different uses for all your different tech, we think it looks pretty cool too!

Price Breffo Spiderpodium Original – £14.95. Tablet version – £24.95.

Available in six colours

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And for those who have everything…

It’s a Bluetooth talking glove!

hi-Call is a Bluetooth glove that allows you to talk through your hand. The left glove has a speaker and a microphone sewed into thumb and pinkie in order to speak to the phone while keeping your hands toasty warm. You can also use  hi-Call on the touch screen of your smartphone thanks to the capacitive technology. The gloves are compatible with all mobile phones with Bluetooth


Connection to mobile phone through Bluetooth technology

Battery lasts up to: standby 10 days – conversation 20 hours

Sizes: man and woman

Colors: black, grey

Composition: 95% polyacrylonitrile, 3% cotton, 2% polyester

If supported by paired devices, the charge status of hi-Call battery is displayed on the screen of the connected device.

In the box


Charging cable microUSB to USB

Instruction manual

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And for those who have everything…

For a bit of James Bond style, check out this lamp that comes with a gun shaped remote control. Just “shoot” it with the infrared remote to turn it on or off. When it’s on the lampshade is upright and when you shoot it off it falls to one side. Bang!

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New Kindle accessories by Griffin

Small Elan Passport

Now available for Kindle, Griffin’s popular Elan Passport covers your Kindle in micro-suede lining, protecting it from smudges and scratches. Available in red, peacock and black the case opens like a book to reveal your e-reader, and the durable finish will protect your e-reader against day to day wear and tear. There is also a handy card slot on the inside of the cover to store any business cards and notes that you pick up, a great little companion for commuters and travelling.

Available from Amazon

Price £24.99


Bring your e-books to life with Griffin’s WoodTones. Made from real wood, reclaimed from furniture manufacturing, these earbuds pair the acoustic qualities of the wood with 8mm neodymium drivers. The WoodTones enclosures are lightweight and comfortable so users can wear them for extended periods without discomfort. Three sizes of cushions are included, to ensure a good fit for ears, and a listening experience isolated from outside distractions.

Available from

Price £19.99

PowerBlock Micro

The Kindle includes a USB to micro USB cable. Griffin’s PowerBlock Micro, is a unobtrusive 100- to 240-volt wall charger, compact and convenient enough to carry with you on the commute, holiday or business trip without taking up too much space. PowerBlock Micro puts out 5 watts of power for fast charging, and boasts a low profile design that easily fits wall outlets and power strips.

Available from Tesco

Price £9.99

For more information about Griffin Technology go to

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Turn your iPad into a TV

Turn your iPad into a TV with the Elagato EyeTV mobile plug and play free view tuner. You don’t even need an internet connection just a decent Freeview signal. It’s pretty reasonably priced too at £79. Available on

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