Check Out AT&T’s Showcase of Hot Holiday iOS Accessories

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SAN FRANCISCO — It may come as a surprise, but AT&T’s is one of the biggest retailers of Apple accessories. The company has more than 2,200 stores across the country, compared to Apple’s 253 US stores. and they sell a boatload of goodies.

On Thursday night, AT&T showcased some of the hottest iPhone and iPad accessories that will be available this Holiday at it’s retail locations.

Check them out:

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Plantronics featured the BackBeat GO 2, a pair of wireless Bluetooth earbuds. We are huge fans of their predecessors, the BackBeat 903+, which sounded incredible for Bluetooth earbuds.

The BackBeat GO 2 also sound great. They are well made and sweat-proof. They come with an innovative portable charging case for juicing their batteries on the go. The BackBeats just won an Innovation award from CES 2014.

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Yurbuds showcased the Inspire Talk for women, a pair of wired headphones developed specifically for women with smaller ear canals. The twist and lock feature works very well — they absloutely won’t fall out.

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They Yurbuds work so well under extreme athletic conditions, this guy is flipping out for them.

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Moshi debuted its new VersaKeyboard for iPad Air, a clever keyboard case for iPad Air. The VersaKeyboard mates Moshi’s popular folding Versacover case and stand with a wireless Bluetooth keyboard. The keyboard is well made, with good, smooth travel on the keys. When not in use, the keyboard slides into a slot on the back of the case. It will be available in January for $99.

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HMDX had a variety of portable speakers on hand but I especially liked the Jam Party, a mini rechargeable boombox that gives you big sound and total portability. I loved its cute and retro look.

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JBL/Harman was showcasing the JBL Pulse, a portable stereo speaker with LED lighting that stands out at a party with several different light combinations to choose from. Sounds good too.

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Duracell is really excited about its Duracell Powermat, a wireless charging system that’s compatible with wireless charging spots going in at Starbucks, Macdonald’s and other businesses all round the country. Just plop your phone on a Powermat-compatible charging spot, and it’ll juice your device without wires. The AccessCase for iPhone 5 costs $50 and requires a PowerMat, which range form $40 to $70 depending on the number of devices.

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