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gear4

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Gear4 Renew SleepClock

The Renew SleepClock is a user-friendly gadget that also keep tabs on how well you sleep without the need for wires, headbands, or watches.

By Jul. 11, 2012

3.5 stars Editor's rating Jul. 11, 2012
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Gear4 StreetParty Size 0

This is no bass-lovers' speaker, but the StreetParty Size 0 could be just the ticket for frequent travelers looking for an ultraslim sound system to keep them entertained on the road.

By Oct. 4, 2007

3 stars Editor's rating Oct. 4, 2007

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Gear4 UnityRemote iPhone app is a universal improvement

Universal remote controls often suck. You know that, we know that and Gear4 knows that. Which is why it has decided to build a new universal remote that doesn't suck.

8 Images By Oct. 22, 2010

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Hands-on with the Gear4 StreetParty III

It by no means produces a sound that'll do anything less than annoy audiophiles, and it's no living room hi-fi replacement. But it's fine for the upcoming summer festivals.

By Jun. 18, 2008

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Gear4's Blackbox wireless speakers

It's a solid, well-built set of portable speakers, though it's hella prone to fingerprints and smudges.

By Oct. 15, 2007

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Gear4 shrinks 'BlackBox' speaker to travel size

The "BlackBox Micro" is the younger sibling of the larger wireless system.

By Jul. 3, 2008

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Hands-on with the Gear4 StreetParty III: Festival's friend

Gear4's new StreetParty 3 arrived at Crave just in time for us to play Will Smith songs through it, and we've got some first impressions to share with you about this £30 festival-ready iPod speaker system

By Jun. 18, 2008

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Gear4 BluPhones: Music without the wires

Hook them up to any stereo-Bluetooth-enabled device

By Apr. 11, 2007

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Gear4 BluPhones: Music without the wires

Want to listen to your music on the go but hate wires? Then check out the Gear4 Bluphones that let you listen to your favourite tunes without any annoying cables

By Apr. 11, 2007

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Gear4 Duo: What the dock-tor ordered

It looks like a compact 2.1 speaker set for the iPod but, pull off the magnetically connected front panel and you've got a portable, battery-powered system.

By May. 8, 2008