Your mobile devices could use a little holiday cheer as well. Take a look at this gathering of affordable accessories.
Add light to your sound
Portable speakers are a dime a dozen these days. What sets the $25.99 iHome iHM61 apart from other mobile audio accessories, though, are colored LED lights that blink to match the music. You can find the iHome iMH61 on sale at Amazon.
Apple's smaller, all-digital eight-signal connector for the iPhone 5, called Lightning, certainly is sleek. The problem is it replaces the 30-pin connector, which first launched in 2003. Solve that with the $29 Apple Lightning Adapter, which converts old connectors to the new.
Have a ton of digital media like music and video trapped on your smartphone? Push it to your HDTV or home theater system with a Micro-HDMI-to-HDMI cable from JacobParts, sold by Amazon for under $3. Of course your device will need to already sport a Micro-HDMI port.
Calling all Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD owners. Save yourself the trouble of buying a dedicated GPS navigation unit with the Motorola Vehicle Navigation Dock. Supporting both the Droid Razr HD and Droid Razr Maxx HD, the Dock costs $39.99 and places your phone in full view of the driver's seat.
Your new iPhone 5 is a valuable and fragile device. Help guard it against scrapes, bumps, and shocks with Belkin's Shield line of iPhone 5 cases. Available in many styles and colors, Pastel version shown here, the Shield iPhone 5 costs $29.99.
Need a way to shuttle digital data between phone and PC in style? The Millennium Falcon Card Reader is hard to pass up, especially for die-hard "Star Wars" fans. It's crafted to resemble Han Solo's fabled spaceship, and costs just $10.