If you like your music served with a side of chest-vibrating power, the Phillips DS7650/10 iPod dock is for you. With built-in wOOx technology, the speaker enables you not only to hear but to feel the bass as you play your favourite tracks. Designed for travel, it is lightweight and highly portable with Phillips also claiming that it is completely crushproof and shockproof (though we recommend you keep the steamroller safely locked away in the garage anyway). It comes with shielding technology to block mobile interference, a built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery and a clock with multiple alarm settings. Best of all, the Phillips DS7650/10 is available on The Hut for £29.99 with free delivery when it normally retails for £100.000.
Meanwhile, Amazon has the Nokia DT-910 wireless charging stand available in black or white for an ultra-low £31.50. Normally sold for £70, the charging stand works with the Lumia 920 or 920. Without wires, it works through the power of pixie magic, or in technical terms, QI wireless charging where placing your smartphone in the device's cradle transfers power from the back panel to the phone. It also uses NFC technology, so you can use the Nokia Accessory app to launch any pre-determined phone app you like while your mobile recharges. It’s pretty nifty.
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