BERLIN -- Nude Audio speakers. This is the "S," which stands for small.
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Check out the Skullcandy Crusher headphones.
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This is the Griffin Survivor case for the Galaxy S4. Grr!
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The Jabra Solemate Mini. Luke seems to like it.
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A tablet isn't technically an accessory, but we couldn't help ourselves -- this is the Kobo Arc 10 HD tablet. Better than an electronic ink e-reader? Let us know your thoughts.
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Apps this, apps that. Since smartphones and apps became a world-beating combination, other gadgets have been getting jealous. Now, with Intelligent Headset, even headphones can have apps. Yep, apps can be developed for these headphones.
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Sennheiser's recent Momentum on-ear headphones. We've tried them, they sound incredible.
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A speaker that doubles as a lamp?! This is the Etiger A0 Cosmic.
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Beats has given its Studio headphones a makeover -- this is the newly redesigned model. What do you think of the new style?
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Behold, Marshall's Stanmore speaker, getting its first public airing.
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The Urbanears Kransen headphones. These bad boys clip together, which is handy.
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iRobot's Braava mop -- an accessory to your home. Why not have a robot butler scrub your floors?
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Logitech's All In One Wireless TK820 keyboard, with a touch panel.
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The Velodyne vFree headphones. We found them with this funky pattern!
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This is the Otterbox Lifeproof Fre protective case, for iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S4.
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The Soulra Rugged Rukus, a solar-powered wireless speaker that's also water-resistant.
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This is the Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro, massive headphones. We found them in a tartan pattern.
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This is only a prototype for now, but it's the world's thinnest touch panel, made by CSR -- handy for connecting to a tablet or smartphone, perhaps.
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This is the PhotoFast i-FlashDrive A, which transfers data between an Android and an iPhone.
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Last but definitely not least, the 3Doodler lets you make tiny sculptures out of melted plastic! Great fun.
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