Fun mobile accessories: CableKeeps characters and Andru charger

Fun mobile accessories: CableKeeps characters and Andru charger

Summary: You don't have to live a boring black and white life with your smartphone or tablet, and in this gallery you can see a few accessories to brighten up your day.


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    Andru's eyes

    Andru is 2.5 inches tall and has movable arms. His eyes also light up when he is plugged in, blue while charging, and white while in standby.

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    Andru cable

    A long cable, 1.2 meters in length, is provided with green plastic on each end. The cable has a white protective coating and seems quite durable.

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    Andru's eyes are lit up

    Andru is a fun accessory for the Android fan in your family and is available now for $25.

Topics: Mobility, Android, Apple, iPhone, iPad, Reviews

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  • Wow. Utterly speechless...

    I think the only thing missing was

    'Available at all good retailers'

    So to get reviews out of you we have to send you free junk? Couldn't zdnet pay you or something? Kudos on choosing some tat for both apple and android... It at least keeps the teenagers out of the comments.

    FYI a review would typically give some kind of personal experience of the product; strengths/weaknesses ... Things you liked/didn't like?

    I was in a newsagent the other day that had headphones with little London busses on them. Thats kind of fun for tourists... Maybe I could send you a pair and you could advertise them? They work with all phones?
    • What do you expect? Companies don't always send reviews free stuff

      The most prominent example being Apple.

      BTW, if you expect them to buy and review random items you're crazy; from what I hear this is a side job for most of the writers here. They don't get paid nearly enough.
  • I haven't been a teenager for nearly 40 years

    but I think these are great!

    And to be fair, they're listed under 'Latest Articles' not 'News'.