In Pictures: Great gear you may have missed

Here are some of the best little accessories we’ve come across over the past year for connecting, charging, organizing, and more.

Scosche FitRail Exercise Mount for iPad: Ten years ago, my gym was full of iPods. Five years ago, iPhones. These days? There are still plenty of iPhones and iPods, but I see more and more iPads every day, as people like to watch the videos of their choosing—rather than of the gym’s—while burning away the calories. Some treadmills and elliptical machines provide places to prop up a tablet or phone, but not all. So I’ve seen more than a few people with Scosche’s $50 FitRail, an iPad mount specifically designed to hold your iPad on a fitness machine. The FitRail folds nearly flat to fit in your bag.

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