Mobile World Congress in sunny Barcelona is littered with the latest phones, tablets, apps and services from the biggest and smallest companies around the globe. Of course, with new phones come new accessories to go with them. I trawled the show to round up my picks of the bunch.
First up are the new Sound OG900 headphones from Samsung. At $275, they're a bit pricey, but they will match the rose-gold Galaxy Note 3.
Does the Samsung Gear Fit qualify as an accessory? I don't care, I'm including it anyway. It's small, comfortable and that curved screen looks great. It has a heart rate monitor, pedometer and various apps on board to help track your healthy-living lifestyle.
Don't fancy the YotaPhone but do like the idea of having an electronic paper display on your phone? The InkCase by Oaxis might be just your thing. It doesn't display Amazon Kindle books, but will work with PDF and ePub books.
It's not just an effect, it's properly measuring the heat of objects and rooms. Flir reckons it's great for people to analyse the energy-efficiency of their home insulation. It's not cheap at $350, but it's great fun to play with, if nothing else.
Want to smack your phone with a hammer? Better put a sheet of Panzerglass on it first to keep it from breaking. Even if the Panzerglass cover breaks, the screen beneath should still be protected. Peace of mind for 27 Euros.