Then keep yours eyes open for some bicycle-related products at the ExCeL event

Heading to Gadget Show Live Christmas tomorrow?

While tomorrow’s Gadget Show Live Christmas edition isn’t specifically geared up for cycle product, there are a few bits and pieces of note in between the latest video games consoles, gadgets, gubbins and space age tech.

The ExCeL show starts from Friday November 30th to December 2nd and will include action cameras, bike phone holders and more.

First up is Veho’s Muvi Atom ‘No Proof No Glory’ Special Edition bundle. Retailing at £129.99, the package incudes the Muvi Atom, pitched as the world’s smalled high resolution camcorder with SD card. Featuring a rechargeable battery, waterproof casing and mounts for all manner of sports including a helmet mount and bar mount. There are more details on it here.

Another camera geared up to action and sports is the iON Air Pro Wi-Fi, retailing at £299.99. Once again it comes with bike mounts and fixes that allow it to be fixed anywhere on the bike. As the Wi-Fi bit suggest, users can upload their videos wirelessly to Facebook or YouTube in a few shakes of a lambs tail.

For those looking to transport their tablet device, be that an iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Kindle or equivalent, the Tablet Shuttle has – we are told – been very well received by the cycle commuter market. There’s also a Shirt Shuttle, which – you guessed it – is for transporting shirts crisp, crease-free and dry too.

Inevitably there will be bike phone holders at Gadget Show Live Christmas too, such as the Shock Sock from Yoshie & Nico, priced at £9.99 and available for a wide range of phones.

Finally, back in the action sports camera sector, the Isaw A2 is launching at the show. Retailing at £279.99 it boasts high quality 1920 x 1080 Full HD video that you can easily view and upload. It comes complete with 50m waterproof housing, an Isaw Headstrap and mounting hardware.

The Christmas edition of the show is a spin-off from the spring Gadget Show Live, which includes a trade-only day. Take a look at our gallery from the 2012 edition on the BikeBiz Facebook page. To view it, head to our Facebook page and click ‘Like’. If you are already a fan of BikeBiz on Facebook then you can view the Gadget Show Live Pro 2012 gallery directly here.

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