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As well as the 4oD YouTube channels, you can access classic and recently broadcast C4 shows through a dedicated app on your mobile or tablet, and over the web. Its developers have also just flicked the switch on the offline download option for its Android and iOS apps. This means that  you can download content to your phone or tablet for a period of 30 days, giving to plenty to watch while you're on the bus, in a foreign country or somewhere else without easy Wi-Fi access.

MSN Tech's 101 great gadgetsThe very best devices, apps and games to buy right nowThe very best devices, apps and games to buy right nowEditors2013-08-01T13:45:002013-08-01T13:45:00 trueBest tech and gadgetsWant to make sure you're up to date with the latest and greatest tech and gadgets?Then step this way as we've picked out the hottest 101 tech products in the world....all of our picks are in the shops, or are available to pre-order now.Please click on the image above to view the rest of the story topBest tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Best tech and gadgets - 1(©Various)Google Nexus 7 Google unveiled a refreshed Nexus 7 in July. It's similar to the first version, as it measures 114.3 x 200.6 x 7.6mm, but manufacturer Asus has added a 1.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, Adreno 320 graphics, 2GB of RAM and a 1920 x 1200 resolution IPS LCD panel.topGoogle Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Google Nexus 7  - 2(©Reuters)Sony SmartWatch 2The Sony SmartWatch 2 packs Android, NFC connectivity and proper waterproofing, it is a much more impressive device than its predecessor. The idea behind the SmartWatch 2 is that it behaves like a second screen for your Android device. It will allow you to do things like take phone calls or remotely fire the camera shutter on your smartphone.topSony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)Sony SmartWatch 2 - 3(©Sony)HTC OneThe best Android handset available? You betcha. The HTC One is an accomplished, attractive and highly enjoyable phone. It feels great in the hand, and it’s no surprise that the gorgeous display has the highest pixel per inch count on a mobile (469ppi).topHTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)HTC One - 4(©MSN)Xbox OneThe Xbox One blurs the boundaries between gaming and multimedia to form an all-in-one, one-stop living room box that Microsoft will be praying shifts by the bucket-load. Described by Microsoft’s IEB chief of staff, Aaron Greenberg, as both “a very ambitious device” and an “all-in-one system” that is the “future of games, TV and entertainment” the new Xbox has your living room firmly in mind.topXbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Xbox One - 5(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet ZSlick, sleek and super-slim, the Sony Xperia Tablet Z is the catwalk model among 10-inch tablets. The design is Sony at its best: chic and unafraid of making a statement. The thin profile does mean it flexes slightly in the hand if you’re not gentle enough, but this is a small price to pay for a gadget that’s so light and comfy to hold.   topSony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sony Xperia Tablet Z - 6(©MSN)Sky HD 2TBThe latest version of Sky’s flagship set top box has the biggest hard drive yet, a whopping 2TB - enough room to accommodate around 350 hours of hi-def TV. Given that Sky offers 65 channels of HD, that’s invaluable when you go overboard with Series Linking. In use this well-made 2TB box is whisper quiet, and the interface is a breeze to use. It remains the box to beat when it comes to a premium TV viewing experience. topSky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Sky HD 2TB - 7(©Sky)Google ChromecastChromecast connects to a TV via HDMI, draws power through USB and pairs with a home Wi-Fi network. It also provides the interface and online content and runs a version of Chrome OS, although it is cross-platform and works with Chrome, Windows, Mac, Android, iPad and iPhone. US only for now.topGoogle Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Google Chromecast - 8(©MSN)Adidas Boost EnergyAdidas unleashed its latest tech-tastic running trainers back in February, featuring Energy Boost technology – a cushioning system that the German sports giant claims provides “the highest energy return in running history”. The Boost beads are essentially Thermoplastic Polyurethane modules expanded with the energy from the process captured within. The result, when applied to the soles of trainers is, quite literally, a spring in your step. Boost foam is also three times more resistant to extreme temperatures than traditional EVA trainer soles.topAdidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Adidas Boost Energy - 9(©MSN)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005ALadies and gentlemen, the era of 4K is officially here. For while the Sony Bravia 65X9005A might not be the very first 4K TV we’ve seen, it’s the first one you have at least half a chance of affording. Sony’s 65X9005A delivers spectacularly on every last astonishingly small pixel of Ultra HD's potential – as well as accompanying its next-gen images with the best integrated audio ever heard from a TV.topSony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-65X9005A - 10(©Sony)NetflixIn a short space of time it's set a high standard that others are finding it difficult to live up to. Available on just about every device you can get your hands on - including phones, tablets, computers and games consoles as well as your smart TV - the beauty of Netflix lies in its simple, hassle-free interface and rock-solid streaming stability.topNetflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Netflix - 11(©Netflix)Sonos PlaybarThe Sonos Playbar is a rectangle which houses nine speakers, creating a hi-fi sound that puts your TV audio to shame and plays music form your smartphone too. In creating the Sonos Playbar, Sonos has created an all-round sound system for the living room and brought sound bar systems into the limelight. Yes, there have been previous products from rivals but they haven’t been as competitively priced, good looking or - importantly - as easy to use.topSonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)Sonos Playbar - 12(©Sonos)FIFA 14Remember when Pro Evolution Soccer was the reigning video game football champion? Those days are long gone though, with EA’s FIFA series going from strength to unmatchable strength with each new instalment. This time around, FIFA 14 brings ever-more-realistic ball physics to the game, vastly improving the game’s scope for fancy footwork out on the field, alongside a host of other game-wide tweaks and additions.topFIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)FIFA 14 - 13(©EA)SpotifyAh, Spotify. Surely no introduction is needed to the granddaddy of music streaming services, but should you need a reminder Spotify is an award-winning digital music service that gives you on-demand access to over 16 million tracks. It's free to listen (if you don't mind ads), but some albums are restricted to Premium members (however we hardly deem £9.99 per month heavy enough to break the bank, especially when you also consider it allows you to stream your music on a variety of devices, even adding offline access to those playlists you just can't live without).topSpotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Spotify - 14(©Spotify)Jawbone UpThe Jawbone Up is back and better than ever in the UK, ready and waiting to count your steps, monitor your sleep, track what you eat and put you on the road to a healthier lifestyle. It costs a penny under £100 (from the official site) and pairs with either an iOS or Android app to give you a full run-down of your recent activity and associated statistics. The wristband looks good (you have a choice of eight colours) and the mobile apps are equally well-designed, enabling you to easily monitor your progress and spot where improvements can be made.topJawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)Jawbone Up - 15(©Jawbone)PlayStation 4E3 2013 will be remembered as the year when the eighth-generation console revolution sparked into life. And the PlayStation 4 certainly has the pedigree to dominate in the new console wars. Almost four months after it was first revealed at a high-profile launch event, the Japanese giant gave the world its first look at PlayStation 4 console over in Los Angeles at E3.topPlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)PlayStation 4 - 16(©MSN)OuyaThe PS4 and the Xbox One weren’t the only new consoles on show in LA. Ouya, the result of a hugely successful KickStarter campaign that raised $8.6 million, relies on Android Jelly Bean to run the show. Similar to Google TV, you can think of Ouya as a set-top box for your television because Android applications like TuneIn Radio and VEVO grant it video and music playback capabilities.topOuya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Ouya - 17(©MSN)Call of Duty: GhostsDeveloper Infinity Ward is back at the helm in this tenth instalment of the first-person shooter phenomenon. Call of Duty: Ghosts takes place in a world where the United States is no longer a global superpower. However, as a new threat emerges, remnants of the US special forces come together to form an elite troop known as ‘Ghosts’.topCall of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Call of Duty: Ghosts - 18(©Activision)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TVJohn Lewis has introduced the humongous Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 TV to the UK - a 90-inch monster that is Europe’s largest LED TV. The Sharp LC-90LE757 also boasts web browsing, seamless integration with smart mobile devices, access to premium VOD content and has a Skype app too. It's £10,999 - but you'll get a five-year guarantee with that. You can also be fairly confident that your TV is the biggest on your street....town.....county.topSharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV - 19(©Sharp Aquos LC-90LE757 90-inch TV)Amazon Kindle PaperwhiteThe obvious advantage of the Kindle Paperwhite is its LED lights, a no-brainer of an idea for an ebook reader that banishes the need to use a bedside lamp or, worse, a clip-on light. Providing a smooth, even illumination to a super-sharp 212 pixels per inch display, the Paperwhite's 6-inch E Ink screen is comfortable to read and easy to use.topAmazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Paperwhite - 20(©Amazon)Google GlassThe most talked about device in years, Google Glass is the ‘work in progress’ device that has been born of Google X’s Project Glass. Google Glass is an optical head mounted display (OHMD), with a prism screen display in the wearer’s right eyeline. Although not widely available at the moment but it is an exciting look at the future.topGoogle Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Google Glass - 21(©MSN)Nike Max Transitions GolfThe Nike Max Transitions Golf glasses pack cutting edge optics technology such as the patented violet tint that, in the words of the sportswear giant, "enhance the visual detail of the surroundings'. In golf terms this means tracking and spotting your ball on the course as well as getting a better understanding of the conditions up ahead. The Transitions respond to variations of light to adjust the tint in the lens and they also block 100% of harmful UV rays.topNike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Nike Max Transitions Golf - 22(©Nike)Razer EdgeGaming peripherals company Razer temporarily tossed aside its gaming mice and keyboards to focus on a gaming tablet. Not just any tablet, though. The Razer Edge and faster Edge Pro has been designed from the ground up for PC gamers, which means there is more to it than a few cheeky gimmicks. On top of keyboard there is the option of a full Gamepad controller. Sitting either side of the tablet in landscape mode, the Gamepad provides good-old buttons and vibration feedback like your PlayStation and Xbox controllers.topRazer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Razer Edge - 23(©Razer)Sony VAIO ProAvailable with either 11.6-inch or 13.3-inch screen sizes, Sony says that the VAIO Pro is the world’s lightest touch-screen Ultrabook. The secret here is the use of a ‘uni-direction carbon-fibre’ case, which is sturdy enough to cope with life on the road, but also very light and portable. The 11-inch model weighs just 870g while the 13-inch model only just tips the scales past the 1kg mark.topSony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)Sony VAIO Pro - 24(©Sony)GameStickBelieving consoles to be too expensive, one company is on a mission to create something that is much more affordable and the result is GameStick. A Kickstarter success, GameStick is a very small Android-powered gaming system you can hook up to your TV via HDMI. Small being the operative word, because the console itself is the size of a USB stick that can somehow snuggle in under the console's game controller, making it more portable.topGameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)GameStick - 25(©GameStick)Samsung UE55F8000The new 55-inch flagship UE55F8000 TV from Samsung is a TV of simply awesome power and quality. Its processing engine is so powerful it can effortlessly handle multiple ‘home’ screens of content, while also driving a video processing system that’s a clear order of magnitude better than anything the brand has delivered before.  topSamsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Samsung UE55F8000 - 26(©Samsung)Honda Miimo 500Alongside robot vacuum cleaners there is now a burgeoning line of autonomous mowers that take all the work out of keeping your lawn in check. The Honda Miimo 500 is one such example, and works in a similar way to the Roomba: it uses sensors to avoid obstacles and steer itself around your garden, covering the entire area before returning to its base station to recharge.  topHonda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Honda Miimo 500 - 27(©Honda)Canon PowerShot NIf you think Canon's PowerShot N is a little odd-looking, you'd be right. In-fact it's a little different all round...From the unconventional square design, innovative zoom and shoot operation lens rings and tilting touch screen, Canon is clearly trying to encourage people to capture their world from a fresh angle. The camera's twist lens ring can be turned in either direction to operate the zoom function, while a second ring is used as the shutter release - this allows the camera to be used any way up, even upside-down.topCanon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Canon PowerShot N - 28(©Canon)Apple Mac ProApple doesn’t often show off products way ahead of their launch, but did just that at this year’s WWDC, throwing the spotlight on a revamped Mac Pro desktop that won’t be on sale until later in 2013. The new Mac Pro is an odd-looking beast, a glossy back cylinder that, a 9.9 inches in height, is significantly smaller than the current model. Despite that, its Intel Xeon processor and dual AMD FirePro graphics cards make it up to 2.5 times more powerful. How powerful? According to Apple, you’ll be able to use it to seamlessly edit full-resolution 4K video while effects are simultaneously rendered in the background.topApple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Apple Mac Pro - 29(©Apple)Sky Now TV boxSky's new Now TV set-top box brings the company's movies and sports streaming service to any TV for under a tenner. It also provides access to the BBC iPlayer and other internet services like Demand 5, Spotify, and Sky News.topSky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Sky Now TV box - 30(©Sky)Nook HD+ The Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ is the top of the range, 9-inch tablet for under £200 with as many B&N books, films, TV, newspapers and magazines as the company can flog you. Opening up the Nook HD+ to Google Play has made a big difference to this tablet.topNook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Nook HD+  - 31(©Getty)Sennheiser MomentumThe Sennheiser Momentum headphones have a grown-up design, leather detail on the headband and look every inch like a pair of hi-fi headphones designed for armchair listening and, in most respects, they are. Sound is balanced and very detailed.topSennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)Sennheiser Momentum - 32(©MSN)PebbleThe current darling of the smartwatch world, the Pebble compatible with both iPhone and Android handsets and communicates with them over Bluetooth. Your Pebble will vibrate if you’re getting called and the e-paper display will bring up the caller’s ID. You can also use the watch face to read SMS, Twitter and Facebook messages as well as customise how you’d like the time to be represented.topPebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Pebble - 33(©Pebble)Samsung Galaxy S4Though some will find the phone just too big for their hands and others will lament that the Koreans have gone for a plasticky design once again, the benefits of the big, gorgeous screen, slim profile, powerful processor and expandable memory of the Samsung Galaxy S4 are likely to win many admirers.topSamsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy S4 - 34(©MSN)Apple iPad miniAlthough likely to be succeeded in the next month or two, the current iPad mini is still an attractive proposition. It is a gorgeous, highly desirable mini tablet. Its screen size is bigger than its overall dimensions would suggest and it’s amazingly light and manageable. The screen, though no Retina Display, is good enough for everything except iPhone-only apps. topApple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Apple iPad mini - 35(©Apple)Fitbit FlexWant to know how many steps you took on your trip and track calories burned at the same time? The Fitbit Flex is a lightweight tech wristband does exactly that and tracks distance too. Sync your results with your smartphone, and you can see historic stats or real time progress as you go, so you can pace yourself during a hiking trip and be aware of going too fast or too slow, like a personal guide.topFitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Fitbit Flex - 36(©Fitbit)Acer Aspire S7The Haswell-updated Acer Aspire S7 doesn’t manage to get any slimmer than the original, but it does provide improved battery life and screen resolution. The 13.3-inch screen has been increased to a full 2560 x 1440 resolution, which provides really striking image quality for photos and video. It’s coated with Gorilla Glass too, so it’s pretty tough despite the lightweight design.topAcer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Acer Aspire S7 - 37(©Acer)Amazon Kindle Fire HDThe main benefit of the Kindle Fire HD from Amazon’s reworking of Android is the simple accessibility it gives to the music, books and apps you buy from it. Google Play has been curated, so only a small fraction of the apps available elsewhere can be found, but at least you know they’ll work.topAmazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Amazon Kindle Fire HD - 38(©Amazon)Nvidia ShieldNvidia Shield packs in Google’s Android operating system, with the ability to download and play games directly from the Big G’s Google Play store. Critics have pointed to that fact that the console costs more than a Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita but it could be a system adopted by die-hard PC games fans, purely because it can stream PC games. The average cost of Android games is far below games on Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita too.topNvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Nvidia Shield - 39(©MSN)Watch DogsWatch Dogs’ surprise unveiling at least year’s E3 proved to be one of the show’s highlights - and it just keeps looking better and better. It’s a futuristic, open-world action experience featuring third-person stealth and cover-based shooting elements, and casts the player as moody vigilante, Aiden Pierce.topWatch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)Watch Dogs - 40(©Ubisoft)HTC One miniThe HTC One mini is certainly the most stylish non-flagship smartphone that we’ve ever seen. Heck, it’s actually a lot more stylish than some rivals' (not naming names) flagship efforts.topHTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)HTC One mini - 41(©MSN)4oDAs well as the 4oD YouTube channels, you can access classic and recently broadcast C4 shows through a dedicated app on your mobile or tablet, and over the web. Its developers have also just flicked the switch on the offline download option for its Android and iOS apps. This means that  you can download content to your phone or tablet for a period of 30 days, giving to plenty to watch while you're on the bus, in a foreign country or somewhere else without easy Wi-Fi access.top4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)4oD - 42(©Channel 4)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905ASony set new LCD picture standards in 2012 with its HX853 series, and it’s done the same again this year with the Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A. The killer trick of this outstanding new TV is its Triluminos colour system, which delivers a much wider and more nuanced colour range than we’ve seen on an LCD TV before.topSony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Sony Bravia KDL-55W905A - 43(©Sony)Pure Jongo S340BDinky and colourful, the Pure Jongo is designed as cheap multi-room music system against the higher priced Sonos system. Using either Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to connect to your smartphone or tablet, the Jongo S340B fires sound forward and up thanks to the subwoofer on top of the main speakers which fire left and right. Rugged and value packed, there’s a lot to like about the Pure Jongo system, even if the name is more suited to a dance routine blending jive with tom tom drums.topPure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Pure Jongo S340B - 44(©Pure Jongo S340B)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0One of the biggest launches of MWC was the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 – and we mean that literally, at least if you’re counting Sammy’s latest Android device as a smartphone. And why wouldn’t you? After all, it does pack in telephone call features. However, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 is an 8-inch tablet at heart, and a genuine iPad mini rival.topSamsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 - 45(©MSN)Apple MacBook AirIf it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. On the outside, the new version of the MacBook Air looks the same as ever, with the elegantly tapered design that measures just 17mm thick for both the 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch models. But, on the inside, the machine has been completely revamped. As well as a new Haswell processor, Apple has also used newer, faster types of memory and flash storage, which means that despite the modest 1.3GHz processor speed these new models are actually slightly faster than the 1.17GHz processor used in last year’s model.topApple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Apple MacBook Air - 46(©Apple)Sony MDR-XB 910If you thought Beats by Dre headphones were the last word in bass, then think again. The Sony MDR-XB 910s are custom build for pop and dance music, offering all the punch and soundstage of an Ibiza super club at 1am, minus the dry ice and freaks on stilts. Large, chunky and silver with a flat cable which doesn’t tangle, these are ideal for dubstep at home or on the go.topSony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Sony MDR-XB 910 - 47(©MSN)Oculus RiftFor years gamers have seen virtual reality as the next big step and Oculus Rift is making that happen. Unlike standard 3D gaming, which works on standard 2D content, Oculus Rift needs more input from games developers to work. At this time, the Xbox and PlayStation will not work with the headset but consoles and mobile device support will be added in the future, including the Ouya. Also expect higher resolutions for the consumer product than the 1280 x 800 resolution developer kit more akin to true HD quality.topOculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Oculus Rift - 48(©Oculus Rift)Garmin Approach S3GPS specialist Garmin has plenty of pedigree in the golfing arena and the S3 golf watch lives up to the lofty reputation of its predecessors. Packing the details of over 30,000 golf courses, this GPS golf assistant puts the older Garmin golf watches in the shade by offering a glove-friendly touchscreen, a feature whereby the pin position can be drag and dropped, the ability to input and save customisable yardage points to things such as lakes or bunkers, and a digital scorecard.topGarmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Garmin Approach S3 - 49(©Garmin)Sony Xperia ZThe Sony Xperia Z is not only the most powerful smartphone Sony has made but a sign that it desperately wants to make a proper dent in the smartphone market in 2013 against a lacklustre performance in 2012.  The Xperia Z is waterproof and Sony claims the smartphone has the “highest levels of dust and water resistance on a smartphone”.topSony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Sony Xperia Z - 50(©Sony)Apple TVFor those Apple fans who live out of an iOS suitcase and spend a good deal of their time on iTunes, the Apple TV media streamer is a bit of a no brainer. Now in its third incarnation, Apple TV enables you to effortlessly view iTunes movies and TV shows on a living room TV. The box may be diminutive but it delivers 1080p HD, is AirPlay compatible and has integrated Wi-Fi for easy set up. It's the ultimate iPad an iPhone accessory.topApple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Apple TV - 51(©Apple)Philips Fidelio S2With six different styles of ear buds in the box, it’s clear the Philips Fidelio S2 headphones are all about the sound and the right fit ensures outside noise is blocked out effectively and sound leakage doesn’t bother nearby passengers on your commute.topPhilips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Philips Fidelio S2 - 52(©Philips)Samsung Book 9 PlusSamsung’s slimline Series 9 has been one of our favourite laptops ever since the first model was released back in 2011, and the Book 9 Plus improves on its predecessor in just about every way.The new model is even slimmer, shrinking down from 16.3mm to just 13.6mm, and a weight of 1.4kg. topSamsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Samsung Book 9 Plus - 53(©Samsung)Alienware 17Alienware is synonymous with gaming laptops and for good reason. While expensive, performance is usually top-notch. As befitting the name, the Alienware 17 boasts lots of strange angles and bright lighting to let you know it means business. A cheaper 14-inch and a pricier 18-inch version - cunningly known as the Alienware 14 and Alienware 18 - is also available in case you need a smaller or bigger display.topAlienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Alienware 17 - 54(©Alienware)Razer Blade 14Razer says the Blade 14 is the world's thinnest gaming laptop and we get the feeling this is true. Under 17mm thick and weighing 1.88kg, you can't accuse it of being fat, especially when the 1600 x 900 pixel display is a bag-friendly 14-inches. Perhaps the best feature is the Blade's ability to be used for work, which is a bonus if you need to kill two birds with one stone.topRazer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)Razer Blade 14 - 55(©Razer)The Last of UsThe Last of Us is a stunningly realised, utterly believable world - developer Naughty Dog’s world-class artists turning once bustling, real-life cities into empty, overgrown monuments to a civilisation all but eradicated by an airborne fungal virus. The game’s real impact, though, comes from the wonderfully heartfelt relationship between grizzled survivor Joel and AI companion Ellie, the young girl he’s pledged to protect as they journey towards the coast.topThe Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)The Last of Us - 56(©Sony)Nikon D7100The Nikon D7100 is a high-performance, top specification DSLR that’ll appeal to aspiring photographers with its chunky looks and feature-packed credentials. It’s sufficiently well-built to be the sort of camera that should hold its value quite well too, or make the ideal hand-me-down model that you can pass on to family or friends when you feel you’ve mastered its every nuance.topNikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)Nikon D7100 - 57(©Nikon)WD TV PlayThe plucky little WD TV Play is equally happy streaming video across the web (from the likes of Netflix and YouTube) or from a local network or USB drive. If you know your networking, it's also DLNA-compliant, so you can stream video from devices like the Xbox too. You get a chunky remote control with the box, so if you're looking for a smart Internet-enabled box to put under your living room television then the WD TV Play may well be it.topWD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)WD TV Play - 58(©Western Digital)BlackBerry Z10The BlackBerry Z10 is handsome and powerful, with great performance and a size that fits the hand well. The OS is key to the experience and it’s different from any rivals. So much so, there’s a learning curve to come to terms with it. Once you’ve got it, though, it makes perfect sense – and it’s much less idiosyncratic than previous BlackBerry software.topBlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)BlackBerry Z10 - 59(©BlackBerry)Raspberry PiThe Raspberry Pi Board and Starter Kit  is a great way to find out what all the fuss is about around this miniature programmable computer system. The kit includes an AC-powered 4-port USB hub, keyboard, mouse, 2.1A twin USB mains power supply, 1.5m gold-plated USB A to micro B cable, 1.5m gold-plated HDMI cable, an N150 Nano Wi-Fi dongle and of course the model B Raspberry Pi itself complete with 512MB of memory and the approved Raspbian OS on a 4GB SD card.topRaspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Raspberry Pi - 60(©Raspberry Pi)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100Offering Wi-Fi control, AirPlay and Bluetooth as standard, the Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 is the most universal dock around. If your gadgets aren’t exclusively Apple - you use an iPad but not an iPhone, for example - this is a great solution. The handle doubles as a bass port and the hi-fi heritage of Cambridge audio translates as impressive audio, even at low volumes for jazz or spoken-word radio.topCambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 - 61(©Cambridge Audio)Sky GoIf you're a Sky subscriber, Sky Go is an excellent way to watch a big chunk of programming on the move. And with the new addition to the service - Sky Go Extra - Sky customers can also download content to mobile phones and tablets to watch even when offline.topSky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Sky Go - 62(©Sky)Xbox SmartGlassMicrosoft's Xbox SmartGlass is an innovative companion app for tablets and mobile devices. Introduced for the Xbox 360, it's really going to come into its own when the Xbox One arrives.topXbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Xbox SmartGlass - 63(©MSN)Sony BDV-N7100WThe Sony BDV-N7100W is a  Blu-ray home cinema system equipped with a full 5.1-channel speaker system, 4K upscaling, 3D playback, Triluminos colour, and expansive multimedia playback features.It’s a seriously cute looking system, the magnetic fluid speakers sound great, multimedia playback options are brilliant, and picture quality is excellent.topSony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)Sony BDV-N7100W - 64(©Sony)GoPro HD Hero 3The GoPro Hero 3 carries an RRP one penny short of £360, but the feature-set is awesome. Not only is it 20% smaller, 25% lighter and twice as powerful as earlier incarnations, the performance is hard to beat. You can shoot ultra-wide 1440p 48fps, Full HD 1080p 60fps and HD 720p 120fps video, plus 12-megapixel photos at a rate of 30 shots per second.topGoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)GoPro HD Hero 3 - 65(©GoPro)Philips LivingColors Iris ClearAdd some style to your lighting and change the mood of a room in an instant with the aid of the remote-controlled Philips LivingColors Iris Clear, one of several models in the LivingColors line-up. The device offers adjustable colour intensity, an automatic colour-changing mode, dimming capabilities and 16m different colours to choose from, so even the most picky user should be able to find something suitable for every environment and occasion.topPhilips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Philips LivingColors Iris Clear - 66(©Philips)Roku 2 XS An alternative content streamer to the Apple TV, the Roku 2 XS offers a far more diverse selection of entertainment.Your choice includes BBC iPlayer, Netflix, Vimeo and Crackle, plus plenty of lesser known internet TV providers. The actual UI is a tad clunky to navigate, becoming more unwieldy as you add more channels. Still if you don’t already own an internet enabled TV, the Roku 2 XS is a good option.topRoku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Roku 2 XS  - 67(©Roku)Lytro Light Field CameraWhat makes the Lytro so special is the fact it's the world's first truly portable light field camera. Your traditional camera captures flat, 2D images. The Lytro on the other hand works with light and captures the light rays that are all around us, so instead of taking a straight-on 2D picture the Lytro can fill in all of the little gaps in between too.    topLytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)Lytro Light Field Camera - 68(©MSN)TomTom Multi-Sport watchMore than just a satnav brand, TomTom's new range of GPS watches deliver at-a-glance performance information for runners, cyclists and swimmers. You can accurately track indoor and outdoor runs using built-in sensors to count strides and also analyse and share stats on popular running sites and community platforms, including the TomTom MySports website, MapMyFitness, RunKeeper and TrainingPeaks. topTomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)TomTom Multi-Sport watch - 69(©TomTom)Chromebook PixelGoogle added a new touch to its line of Chrome laptops in an attempt to outshine PCs running on software made by rivals Microsoft and Apple. The new Chromebook Pixel includes a 13-inch display screen that responds to the touch or swipe of the finger. The Pixel's high-resolution screen displays 239 pixels per inch, slightly more than Apple MacBooks with high-resolution Retina displays.topChromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Chromebook Pixel - 70(©MSN)Hasselblad LunarCombining "traditional skills and a passion for perfection," the Lunar is a seriously smart looking camera. There are five models in total, each with their own form and style. It's the first consumer snapper from the Swedish company - it's essentially a rebranded Sony 24-megapixel CSC with extra-style.topHasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Hasselblad Lunar - 71(©MSN)Withings PulseThe Withings Pulse is a powerful and pocket-sized activity-tracking tool designed to help users achieve personal health and fitness goals. Boasting heart rate measurement (hence the name) the Pulse also features automatic run detection to the tracking of steps taken, distance covered, elevation, calories burned, and quality of sleep.   topWithings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Withings Pulse - 72(©Withings)Nokia Lumia 1020Around the back of the Nokia Lumia 1020 is the phone's main feature, an f/2.2 41-megapixel camera with Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss lens. It also has a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The screen features a 4.5-inch AMOLED 1280 x 768 display, which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.topNokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)Nokia Lumia 1020 - 73(©MSN)HP Envy TouchSmart 14There’s a rumour going around that HP is planning to release a lightweight tablet equipped with a Haswell processor later this year, but the new TouchSmart 14 is the most eye-catching addition to its conventional laptop range at the moment.topHP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)HP Envy TouchSmart 14 - 74(©HP)BioShock InfiniteBioShock Infinite might not exactly revolutionise the first-person shooter genre in terms of pure game mechanics - after all, it’s not all that different from its underwater predecessor, BioShock. What it does brilliantly though is fold its solid, super-powered shooting set-up (where your basic skill set is augmented by enemy-lifting, lightning-tossing Vigors) into a breathtakingly realised world.topBioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)BioShock Infinite - 75(©2K Games)Magellan EchoThe Echo wirelessly connects smartphone fitness apps like Strava, MapMyRun, Runtastic and RunKeeper to your wrist - displaying fitness data in real-time and allowing you to control them from the watch during a run. It also is the first smart watch designed for running with a ruggedized, water-resistant design built to withstand adverse weather conditions.topMagellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Magellan Echo - 76(©Magellan)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming KeyboardThe Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E.3 Gaming Keyboard is an ideal entry into the world of competitive gaming. Whether your game of choice is an FPS, RPG, MMO, RTS, MOBA or any other genre, precise key response, customisable backlighting, and programmable macro keys all help give you an advantage over the competition.topMad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 3 Gaming Keyboard - 77(©MSN)Onkyo ES-FC300At £149 with the standard detachable cable, the Onkyo ES-FC300 are among the biggest headphones at under £150 - which means decent bass and great comfort. Every bit that touches your head is heavily padded. Sound wise, these are detailed and best for pop and rock, designed to party.topOnkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Onkyo ES-FC300 - 78(©Onkyo)Panasonic DMP-BDT230The slick Panasonic DMP-BDT230 brings smart TV features to your home and is also a Full HD 3D Blu-ray disc player. On board you'll find services such as BBC iPlayer, Netflix and YouTube. The Miracast feature is also a great way of syncing up your mobile or tablet.topPanasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Panasonic DMP-BDT230 - 79(©MSN)Logitech Harmony TouchThe Logitech Harmony Touch is a universal remote control that can connect with up to 15 devices, and Logitech says it supports more than 225,000 products from 5,000 different companies. It features a nice one-touch interaction with a vibrant, colour display that displays menus so you can access all your favourite movies, shows, and more with a simple tap, touch or swipe.topLogitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Logitech Harmony Touch - 80(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800Offered by EE on its 4G network, the Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 is able to switch between LTE and 3G network activity and it can connect to 10 different Wi-Fi enabled devices at once.topAlcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)Alcatel Onetouch Link Y800 - 81(©MSN)The AutographerThe Autographer will clip onto your clothes (or you can wear it around your neck using the leather strap that’s provided) and it will snap away without any effort on your part. It essentially sees what you do, and allows you to document a day or a special event. Heck, you can even document your whole life should you want to.topThe Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)The Autographer - 82(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset Turtle Beach has secured a two-year exclusive agreement with Activision and the first fruit of that partnership was on show at E3. The Call of Duty: Ghosts headset not only packs a wealth of cutting edge tech and a premium finish, buyers will also get bonus content developed in collaboration with the game’s developers, including voice prompts and audio presets.topTurtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Ghosts headset  - 83(©MSN)Superfast BT Home Hub 5 The BT Home Hub 5 will come with all of the BT Infinity packages. It packs superfast ac Wi-Fi, 4 GigE ports and an integrated VDSL modem. BT has also confirmed that it will soon be offering an ultrafast 300Mbps Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) service for bandwidth hungry consumers. In non-tech terms, that's 'bloomin' fast'.topSuperfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Superfast BT Home Hub 5  - 84(©BT)Grand Theft Auto VSet in the sunny Californian sprawl of Los Santos and its surrounding areas, Grand Theft Auto V features a whopping three, distinct, playable lead characters. You can hop between them at any time, racing back and forth across the city, either pushing forward through the game’s heist-themed storyline or dabbling in the game’s intimidating list of optional distractions.topGrand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Grand Theft Auto V - 85(©Rockstar Games)Livescribe Wi-FiCombining the ease of traditional note-taking with voice recording and Evernote organisation, the Livescribe Wi-Fi is a productivity game changer. Ideal for students and professional note-takers alike, it will change the way you take notes and organise your life. The beauty is in its easy versatility: every note you take, every drawing you make, every lecture you attend is effortlessly uploaded to the cloud. topLivescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)Livescribe Wi-Fi - 86(©Livescribe)LG EA9800Not content with being the first company to ship a 55-inch OLED TV, LG also unleashed a new curved screen OLED TV at CES 2013. The LG EA9800 clocks in at 55-inches and manages to cram in the company’s Cinema 3D tech for watching movies and TV in eye-popping three dimensions. Using LG’s own WRGB technology, the EA9800 flexes inwards, meaning less screen distortion at the edges, hence a more complete view of whatever you happen to be watching. On sale in Korea only, sadly.topLG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)LG EA9800 - 87(©MSN)Bowers & Wilkins A7The Bowers & Wilkins A7 features a 6-inch Kevlar-reinforced subwoofer for rich, deep bass and a bank of four high-quality stereo drivers. These deliver excellent dispersion, for a natural and widely spread sound. Combined with five dedicated audiophile Class D amplifiers, A7 delivers truly impressive audio quality. AirPlay is also built in, so there's no need for docking.topBowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Bowers & Wilkins A7 - 88(©B&W)Finis Aquapulse HRMIf you take your swimming really seriously, the Finis Aquapulse is for you. A clever heart rate monitor, it sits on your goggle strap, with a sensor attached to your ear. It then checks capillary blood flow to detect your heart rate, before telling you exactly what your pulse is via bone conduction technology. So you can know just how fast your heart is pumping without having to stop and check a fitness app.topFinis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Finis Aquapulse HRM - 89(©MSN)Asus VivoMouseASUS VivoMouse is a combined touchpad, mouse and PC remote designed to bring the Windows 8 touch experience to PCs without a touch display. The VivoMouse has its own touchpad that even recognises Windows 8 touch gestures and can be used as a wireless remote for home entertainment PCs.topAsus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Asus VivoMouse - 90(©Asus)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500The futuristic sounding Pro Clinical A1500  is a clever little piece of kit and might change the way you think about your daily dental care. The A1500 has smart sensors built into the brush head that automatically adjust the speed and motion of the brush depending on the area of the mouth you're cleaning. This technology ensures that both your teeth and gums benefit from a thorough and all-over clean and will encourage you to keep the brush moving and not concentrate on just the one area.topColgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Colgate Pro Clinical A1500 - 91(©Colgate)Sony VAIO Duo 13The Sony VAIO Duo 13 is the tablet / laptop hybrid successor to the Duo 11 that was announced last year. As well as a major hardware refresh (including the latest ‘Haswell’ Intel Core processors) Sony has totally revamped the Duo’s design. The major talking point is that Sony has managed to squeeze in an extra couple of display inches in, while at the same time only increasing the size of the chassis by around 9%.topSony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Sony VAIO Duo 13 - 92(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter (PTV3000The Netgear PTV3000 allows you to mirror their smartphone, laptop or tablet screen on a big screen TV without the need for cables stretching across the room, allowing you to browse and view all that content on your big screen TV.topNetgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Netgear Push2TV Wireless Display Adapter  PTV3000 - 93(©MSN)Samsung ATIV QThe Samsung ATIV Q comes with a 13.3-inch 3200 x 1800 (275ppi) touchscreen that flips up and around on a proprietary hinge that allows it to be turned into a conventional laptop or tablet device with the minimum of fuss. But that's not even the major story behind the device. It also comes with both Windows 8 and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean installed. That means you can switch between operating systems at the tap of a button.topSamsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Samsung ATIV Q - 94(©Samsung)Globalgig roamingGlobalgig’s hotspot device connects up to 5 devices simultaneously or the new SIM only option for tablets or 3G devices allows customers to have their own personal hotspot. Globalgig’s international Wi-Fi device and SIM-only service operates in 36 countries and means that customers no longer need to worry about racking up huge data bills when travelling abroad - mobile data is available from just 2p per MB.topGlobalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Globalgig roaming - 95(©Globalgig)Garmin Forerunner 610Packing in a touchscreen display, the Garmin Forerunner 610 watch uses a vibration motor for alerts such as heart rate, pace and distance when audible tones cannot be heard. It works, as you’d expect with a Garmin gadget, with GPS signals and can accurately track your location and speed as you wear it. It also features Virtual Partner and Virtual Racer options to keep you motivated, along with a number of custom workouts.topGarmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)Garmin Forerunner 610 - 96(©MSN)SpheroThink small robots are fragile, complicated things that are likely to break at the first sign of a firm touch? Think again: Sphero is essentially an indestructible ball that won’t even shrug at falling in a swimming pool (it floats and can even “swim”) or ending up in your dog’s mouth. Despite its sturdiness, it’s a pretty complex beast, controllable by any iOS or Android device (wirelessly to a distance of up to 50ft), compatible with over 20 different apps and capable of changing to almost any colour imaginable thanks to the LEDs inside.topSphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Sphero - 97(©Sphero)Olympus PEN E-P5It might look like a camera from the 1970s, but the black and metal retro style is the only thing old-fashioned about the new Olympus E-P5. This camera has a bullet-fast shutter - the first in the compact mirror less category that can snap shots at 1/800thof a second, meaning you can freeze even the fastest action to produce a sharp shot.topOlympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Olympus PEN E-P5 - 98(©Olympus)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre UlimitedSky's latest top broadband offering teams up this white hub box with superfast speeds. And not just superfast but unlimited too. This is the perfect package for anyone wanting to make the most of the ubiquitous VOD platform on Sky's latest set top box.topSky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Sky Hub and Sky Fibre Ulimited - 99(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+Nike tells us that the Lunar 1+s provide “support, flexibility and breathability with a more cushioned midsole”. These are the follow up to the successful 2012 Flyknit Trainer, but add better cushioning due to use of Lunar foam. The result, we’re informed, is a running trainer that fits and breathes excellently, all wrapped up in a super lightweight package.topNike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ - 100(©MSN)Apple iPhone 5While we wait for news from Cupertino on an update, the iPhone 5 is still the best iPhone yet. But more than that, it's one of the most beautiful, usable smartphones ever. And while some rivals are nipping at Apple's heels for good looks and even overtaking the company for some innovations, this remains the smartphone of choice for many.topApple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Apple iPhone 5 - 101(©Apple)Canon PIXMA MX455Okay, printers aren't the sexiest gadgets in the world, but Google Glass is pretty useless when you need 50 copies of the next agenda for your Neighbourhood Watch meeting. Canon's new Pixma MX455, on the other hand, is just the ticket and will set you back less than £60. It offers great quality text documents and passable photo prints, and there's an integrated scanner included as well as fax capabilities if you need to head back to the 1980s.topCanon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)Canon PIXMA MX455 - 102(©Canon)

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