Stuff.tv's top 5 Bluetooth gadgets

Sony Walkman A826 from £130 www.sony.co.ukUnfettered Phil Collins is a dream we all share, right? Well, your tunes could literally be In the Air

Sony Walkman A826 from £130

www.sony.co.uk

Unfettered Phil Collins is a dream we all share, right? Well, your tunes could literally be In the Air Tonight being whisked wirelessly to a set of Bluetooth headphones thanks to Sony's latest Walkman range. With a set of wireless buds bundled in the box and capacity up to 16GB it'll be like spending another day in gadget paradise.

Polaroid PoGo £100

www.polaroid.com

A printer without ink? What kind of fresh madness is this? Well with the wireless wonderment of Bluetooth, Polaroid's PoGo printer spews 2x3in colour snaps from your phone in around 60 seconds. Take a pic of your Pot Noodle and it'd be printed before your Bombay Bad Boy was even half cooked. Mmm efficient.

Parrot DS1120 £170

www.parrot.com

With a Motorola full of Motorhead or a Samsung stuffed with Saxon you'll want to show off your superior music taste to the world. Forget fiddling about with handsfree kits and headphone jacks, pairing the Bluetooth DS1120s with your music mobile makes much more sense. And they sound great, too.

MoGo MouseBT £50

www.newtonperipherals.com

That PC card slot on your laptop could do more than gather crumbs and dust all day. It could be home to a credit-card-sized MoGo MouseBT, which when scuttled away will charge its batteries. Let it free and a stand flicks out to give you a fully functioning Bluetooth pointer.

Sony Ericsson MBW-150 £200

www.sonyericsson.co.uk

The closest you'll get to a real Bond gadget, the Sony Ericsson Bluetooth ticker makes a mockery of the calculator and TV remote watches of yore. Pair it with your phone and it'll rumble when you receive a text or call. You'll get the same feedback if you leave your mobile behind too – handy.