Handy tech accessories for teens

CES 2014 is showcasing what the future of technology and accessories holds, but here are some...

CES 2014 is showcasing what the future of technology and accessories holds, but here are some useful accessories for the tech-obsessed teenager.

Mark O'Beirne, ClickOnline.com

, Last Updated: 10:02 AM ET

CES 2014 is showcasing what the future of technology and accessories holds, but here are some useful accessories for the tech-obsessed teenager.

Glove.ly touch screen gloves

With the cold still clinging on in many countries around the world, smartphone usage suffers when people are outside. That or people must brave the risk of frostbite to check their messages or attempt another pesky Candy Crush level. Glove.ly's touch screen gloves are an alternative though, as they keep your hands warm while enabling smartphone and tablet users to still use their device. Several different styles are available here, starting from $19.99.

Shuttr

There's no denying the popularity of the selfie, and Muku Labs is aiming to help people improve their self-snaps with the release of Shuttr. This allows most smartphone and tablet owners (on both iOS and Android) to put their device up to 30 feet away and control the shutter with the click of the Bluetooth remote shutter release. It may not be the most tempting for those who don't mind their arm being in shot or who want to hold the camera at the perfect angle, but for those who use the mirror it should act as a worthy substitute.

The Erase Case

Sometimes it takes a teenager to understand what a teenager might want. The Erase Case was created by a 15-year-old in response to kids, tweens and teenagers who want customizable and changeable covers. The white case can be decorated with permanent markers, but when you want a change you can simply spray the case with a special solution to prepare it for your next design. The cases are available for iPhone, iPad/Mini and iPod Touch devices and start at $24.99.

AIRBAC

Just because you have to carry around a laptop or some electronic devices doesn't mean you should have to break your back while doing so. After all, it has to support you for years to come! AIRBAC is designed as a backpack with a patented air support system that redistributes the weight of all your carried items, thus taking the weight off your shoulders and spine. AIRBAC bags start from approximately $50 and are available at www.airbac.com.

Recoil Automatic Cord Winders

We've all been there; as soon as you put a cord in your pocket or bag it becomes a tangled mess. Recoil Winders is being pitched as the solution. It allows people to quickly wind and organize cords and cables. The video explains it better than we ever could...


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