Top Christmas gifts: Mobile phone accessories

10 of the coolest mobile phone accessories that won't break your Christmas budget

Nokia Play 360 Wireless speaker



About the size of a small cookie jar, Nokia's Play 360 ($149) is an awesome looking portable speaker that will wirelessly stream music from your smartphone via Bluetooth. If your phone is lucky enough to have built-in NFC (Near Field Communications) connectivity (only those who own a Nokia N9 or a Google Nexus S are in luck), you can even pair your phone with the Play 360 speaker by simply tapping the two devices together. Better still, if you buy two of these babies, they detect each other using NFC and switch to stereo sound with left and right audio channels. It also includes a standard 3.5mm audio jack if you prefer your sound wired.

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  • Fiona

    8 minutes is not very long! Will the short term enjoyment be outweighed by the nuisance of the short battery time?

  • anthony harding

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    melinda saunders

    please visit http://www.mobilephoneaccessoriesworld.com.au, for more christmas gift for family and friends.

    sanorita huff

    hi guys recently i bought sony xperia mobile and for that i need accessory and for that my friend suggest me http://www.mobilegadgetcity.com.au/ i am going to buy wireless headphone please suggest which one i should buy for my new sony xperia

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