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Radiopaq Dots earphones

It's not hard to work out how these tiny earphones got their names. The Radiopaq Dots aren't that much larger than the Jellytot sweets they resemble and the choice of colours is just as juicy.

Despite their size, Radiopaq says the Dots offer "ferocious high quality audio" thanks to the efforts of the world's smallest sound driver. Available in a choice of seven zingy colours, the Dots are clad in metal and have built-in noise isolation. An ear cushion effectively angles the sound delivery so the volume doesn't need to be turned up uncomfortably loud.

The Radiopaq Dots earphones are available now and cost £14.99 from Amazon, HMV and Tesco.com. 

See also: Blackbox C18 noise-cancelling earphones

See also: Sony Walkman W250 sports MP3 player

See also: Philips SHQ4000 earphones

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