In Pictures: Great gear you may have missed

Here are some of the best little accessories we’ve come across over the past year for connecting, charging, organizing, and more.

Damson Twist: Another product that surprised me, the $70 Twist speaker, available in black, blue, red, or silver, is deceivingly dense: It’s just 3 inches tall and 2.3 inches across, but it weighs nearly 12 ounces thanks to a rugged, aluminum body. Pair this Bluetooth speaker with your phone, tablet, or computer and hold it in your hand while you stream music, and the Twist sounds, well, tinny and weak. But set it down on any flat surface with some resonance—a wood table, a desk, or even a cardboard box—and suddenly the sound opens up, bass fills in, and you’ve got a decent speaker.

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