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The Week In iOS Accessories: The best of Bluetooth

This week's roundup includes several devices—headphones, speakers, and adapters—best used with Bluetooth.

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Keeping it wireless

This week’s roundup includes several devices—headphones, speakers, and adapters—best used with Bluetooth. Read on!

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Adam Elements

The iKlips Duo is basically a thumb drive for your iOS device, providing external storage that ranges from 32GB all the way to 256GB. It comes in gold, iron grey, red, and rose gold. It’s available now for pre-order through Indiegogo.

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Antec

The $30 Smart Bean is a Bluetooth adapter—enabling wireless functionality on wired headphones, speakers, and more. It has a range of up to 30 feet and offers up to eight hours of music playback on a single charge. 

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iClever

The $17 iClever BoostCube is a wall charger with a foldable plug; it provides 24W output, making for a quicker and more efficient recharge of your iOS device than similar 18W plugs. 

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Luna

The $129 Luna is billed as the “perfect integration of sound, light, and appearance,” made with an aircraft-grade aluminum skeleton which houses a 2-inch full range NdFeB speaker—you’ll get some deep bass from this—and featuring the “Luna eye,” a light that changes colors and patterns according to your preferences and the music.

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Miniot

Miniot offers iPad covers for $65 in a variety of wood choices: walnut, cherry, mahogany, oak, and more.

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Peralta Bags

The $89 Abby is “an elegant iPhone case and stylish purse” all in one package. The leather carrier comes in four different colors.

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Satechi

Satech’s $70 Aluminum Wireless Headphones can stream audio for a range of up to 33 feet—and can do so for 18 hours on a single charge. A built-in microphone allows hands-free calls, and the device comes with an auxiliary cord for when Bluetooth is unavailable, such as during airplane flights. 

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Tile

The second-generation Tile ($25 each) is a tiny Bluetooth tracker that uses your iPhone to track keys, and other easy-to-lose items. It’s kind of like the “Find My iPhone” app, only for other items: Attach a Tile to an item, then locate it by sound, see it on a map, or mark it “lost” and get an alert when it’s found.

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USBFever

The $90 Super Multi-Port USB Adapter has 35 USB ports. 35!