Winner Eco Gadget of the Year
Eton Soulra XL
Like a tube of toothpaste that always has enough in the store left to polish your incisors, or a summer holiday that never quite ends, the Soulra XL’s cup won’t runneth dry. This snazzy dock for your iPod or iPhone sounds perfectly adequate for its price, but it has a special talent that makes it a worthy award-winner. A vast 72in squared fold-out solar panel keeps its substantial internal battery topped up with juice – enough, in fact, to keep it powered for over five hours in the dark, and to charge whatever device you leave sitting in it. Take it poolside on that summer holiday or stick it on a sunny mantelpiece at home, and you should never need to plug it in.
SONY ERICSSON XPERIA MINI PRO
A tiny, QWERTY-packed Android smartphone, all the better for its GreenHeart recycled materials, low-energy charger and reduced packaging.Read review
Apple Mac Mini
Its aluminium unibody is recyclable, it's supremely energy efficient and it's low in toxic bits and pieces. It's also an ace little PC.Read review
Agility Saietta R
A zero emission electric motorbike with a 0-60 of 4s and looks so cool it could have been in Akira.
Jake Dyson CSYS
The first lamp designed to make the most of low-energy LEDs could be a family heirloom as the bulbs last for at least 37 years.
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Surely even staunch anti-capitalist Bob would love these FSC-certified wood and aluminium in-ears.