Naim Mu-so Wood Edition, £1,599
Cutting-edge sound meets natural wood in the latest edition of Naim’s industry leading wireless streaming juggernaut. Offering easy access to practically every wireless streaming service under the sun, the Mu-so can function simply as a wireless speaker or as the heart of an integrated home audio system. So far, so Naim. But clad in sustainable Ayous hardwood with a light oak lacquer, this latest edition may just be the best looking yet. Which let’s be honest, is saying something.
Available at Naim Audio.
DJI Air 2S, £899
Arguably the most versatile drone on the market, the DJI Air 2S is compact, lightweight and easy to take wherever you want to get some glorious aerial shots. At the same time, it packs a punch thanks to 4K filming with glorious clarity and colour tones. If stills are more your speed, you can shoot in RAW format and merge multiple shots automatically to reduce the need for post-editing. And to make sure all those shots aren’t wasted in an errant gust of wind, it also has collision detection in four directions. All-in-one is right.
Available at DJI.
Razer Blackwidow Elite, £199
Working from home is likely here to stay for a lot of us, so rather than holding out until your office finally gets shuttered, it’s about time to up your home office to the next level. Enter Razer and their incredible mechanical keyboard. Sure, Blackwidow Elite sounds like a Call of Duty-obsessed 12-year-old, but this ergonomic lightshow of a peripheral is as eye-catching as it is responsive. It’s also about as satisfying as a keyboard can get.
Available at Razer.
Samsung Frame, £399 – £1,299
A tech must-have for any art lover, the Samsung Frame is both a QLED 4K TV and a breathtakingly lifelike digital photo frame. When you’re not watching shows on it, it sits as a testament to your good taste to showcase pieces of art, family photos or a gallery of both, with over 1,400 artworks available directly from Samsung. Leaning into the picture frame camouflage, it can be mounted flush against the wall with next to no indication that it’s anything but a static piece.
Available at Samsung.
Sony WH-1000XM4 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones, £350
Now that the commute to work is becoming a more regular reality, it’s worth investing in some serious noise-cancelling headphones. That’s if, of course, you actually want to hear your music over the screeching of the London Underground. This pair from Sony not only cancel out exterior noise, but offer superb sound quality, connectivity to your web of devices and comfort for when you’re being held at a red signal. Again.
Available at Sony.