1 This little tube is a simple Bluetooth remote control for your iOS device’s camera. Pair it via Bluetooth, open your camera app, press the button on the Q-PiC and, boom, you can take a picture without touching your device. The Q-PiC is pitched at the selfie stick brigade who have iPhones raised too far from their hands, but we also tested it by taking some family shots we wanted to be in. The battery is user replaceable, but QDOS claims 40,000 selfies per battery anyway. The unit also switches itself off and drops the Bluetooth connection if it’s inactive. Dan Grabham 2 Using your iPad Air 2 efficiently should mean comfortable viewing, and the Logitech AnyAngle promises to guarantee this with its stand that you can adjust to almost any angle you want. You just fold the rubberised cover along its crease and it firmly holds its shape, staying in place even on slippery surfaces. Changing the angle, meanwhile, is quick and simple. The sturdy, snugfitting surround features all of the requisite openings for ports and vents you’d expect. And all this while looking stylish enough to flaunt around the office. Alex Blake
A simple device for a relatively simple if popular task, the Q-PiC is an excellent little remote for your iOS camera. The AnyAngle delivers excellent protection and flexible viewing, all wrapped up nicely in an elegant package.