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HELIUM T900 Pill speaker – £59.95 – www.red5.co.uk HERE’S a cute little rechargeable, sound blaster that not only makes your music sound great, but looks fantastic, too.
The cool look is all thanks to one side of the speaker being covered in LEDs that light up when music is played.
There are five different animations to choose from and it even has a built in ‘gravity sensor’ to detect if the speaker is lying flat or stood up.
You can play your tunes in a variety of different ways, including AUX cable, micro SD card and Bluetooth
So no matter what device you’re playing from, there should be a hole for it.
Finally, this splash proof speaker boasts an in built microphone, for shouting in amidst all the partying. CoPilot Live copilotlive.com EVERYONE knows you shouldn’t leave a sat nav in your car for the world to see. That’s because some chavvy f**kweasel will more than likely smash your window in and grab it.
That being said you really don’t want to be lugging an expensive bit of kit around with you either.
So why not just get a decent Sat Nav on your phone?
Now that all the companies who originally thought Steve Jobs was a bit of a knob have come out with their own take on the iPad, you can barely move for the sodding things.
This handy Toshiba offering is one of the latest. It comes in two sizes, 8.1 inches and 10 inches, but as every male stripper knows – bigger is better.
Crammed into the 10 inch version is a modest 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, which won’t set your world on fire, but it’s enough. You can still discern every wrinkle on a porn star’s anus as you peruse grumble sites from the safety of your lavatory.
It’s incredibly light and thin as well, measuring less than 9mm in width, so you’ll be able to hold it in your left hand whilst your right is ‘otherwise occupied.’
It runs on a 1.8 GHz Intel Atom processor and boasts 2GB of RAM making it a tidy little package. Oh, and it’s on Windows 8.1.
Now, that may not be as hip as Apple or Android, but it does work.
It ships with 32GB of memory but a microSD port lets you up that cheaply and easily, just in case you feel the need to carry your music and porn with your everywhere.
There’s also a two built-in cameras, a 5-megapixel rear and 1.5-megapixel front-facing, so being that dickhead who takes tablet selfies has never been easier.
A solid tablet, albeit one that’s not top of the range. But for the price, you wouldn’t expect it to be. maps of the UK straight from your mobile, and doesn’t even need to use Wi-Fi or GPS, so you won’t rack up any crazy costs.
CoPilot’s new smarter POI search finds all the useful places you need on the road ahead, based on your route and the direction you’re travelling, rather than by simple geographic proximity.
It avoids unnecessary detours to places off-route or behind you, saving time and fuel. There’s even CommuteMe – a fancy feature that takes the hassle out of the daily drive to work.
It somehow learns your preferred route to and from the office or building site, and then automatically scans the route for traffic to help you avoid delays and provide an accurate arrival time.
It’s also got a built-in ‘find my car’ feature...essential for the morning after the night before.
CoPilot is available for almost all mobile platforms including Windows, Android and Apple.
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