The 14 Silliest Smartphone Accessories: How to Humiliate a BlackBerry, Embarrass an iPhone

You'll find no shortage of lists of the best BlackBerry, iPhone and other smartphone accessories. Here's a list of the rest. We've rounded up the most ridiculous accessories, and they sure are fun to gawk at.

The Swiss army knife crowd sometimes goes to extremes. Case in point: Brando's Stylus/Hanging Bluetooth Headset is not only a text input tool, but also a Bluetooth headset and hands-free unit, wrapped up in one tiny package. Why anyone would want to hold a stylus up to their head instead of a phone, real earpiece or headset is a bit of a mystery, but folks seeking an all-in-one Bluetooth companion are in luck. Oh yeah, it's a stylus, too, though there doesn't appear to be any way to connect it to a device for transport.

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