Here we present the best gadgets available right now in 12 key categories, to save you the hard work of doing all the research yourself. In short, if you’re starting from scratch and want the very best there is, then this is your new shopping list.
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1. Sennheiser Momentum Wireless
Acoustic design: Closed | Weight: N/A | Cable length: 4.6 feet | Frequency response: 16-22,000Hz | Drivers: N/A | Driver type: Dynamic | Sensitivity: N/A |Impedance: 28 ohms | Battery life: 25+ hours | Wireless range: 30+ feet | NFC:Yes
- Great sound
- Exceptional battery life
Choosing a ‘best pair of headphones’ is a tricky proposition, because everyone needs something slightly different from their listening devices.
If you need a lightweight pair for the gym then you’re probably better off with a pair of wireless earbuds; or, if you do most of your listening at home and want the best possible sound quality, then a pair of wired over-ears might be better.
But if we had to pick the best headphones overall then we’d go for the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless. They’re wireless, which makes them more convenient for portable use, and they’re noise-canceling for those who want to use them on a noisy commute.
There are absolutely better-sounding, better-looking and better noise-canceling headphones out there, but none of them do everything better than the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless, which makes them the best overall pair of headphones around right now.
2. Apple Watch 3
OS: watchOS 4 | Compatibility: iOS | Display: 1.53″ OLED | Processor: S2 dual-core | Band sizes: Varies drastically per watch size | Onboard storage: 8GB / 16GB (Non-LTE and LTE respectively) | Battery: 18 hours | Charging method:Wireless | IP rating: IPX7 | Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC
- Brilliant fitness tracking
- Non-LTE version much better value
- LTE is unnecessary expense
- Battery too short for sleep tracking
Apple has managed to knock itself off the top spot for the best smartwatch with the excellent Apple Watch 3. It will look very familiar to anyone who has the Apple Watch 2, as it’s basically the same frame with different innards, but those innards make all the difference.
One of the major changes is the addition of LTE connectivity, which is a great addition. For those that have been hankering for it, the feature has finally arrived, and for those that couldn’t care less, you can pick up a non-LTE version for a cheaper price that still includes upgrades on the Watch 2 like longer battery life and faster speed when flicking through.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is waterproof, has GPS capabilities and looks good on the wrist. The real question is whether another company is going to be able to take the top spot off Apple.
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3. New iPad (2017)
Weight: 469g | Dimensions: 240 x 169.5 x 7.5 mm | OS: iOS 10 | Screen size: 9.7-inch | Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels | CPU: A9 | RAM: 2GB | Storage:32GB/128GB | microSD slot: No | Battery: approx 8,800mAh | Rear camera:8MP | Front camera: 1.2MP
- Beautiful 9.7-inch screen
- Cheaper than predecessor
- Thicker than Air 2
- No 256GB option
According to our Phones, Wearables and Tablets Writer James Peckham, the best tablet on the market right now is the new iPad (2017), with its sharp 9.7-inch display, beautiful design, and A9 chip – and all for a price that isn’t going to break the bank.
While the new iPad (2017) isn’t doing anything revolutionary, it’s a solid update on an already five-star device, and at a much more palatable price.
The new iPad starts off at 32GB of storage rather than Apple’s usual 16GB and considering it’s cheaper than the entry-level iPad Air 2, that’s seriously good value for money.
4. PS4 Pro
Dimensions: 29.5 x 32.7 x 5.5 cm (W x L x H) | GPU: 4.20 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon™ based graphics engine | RAM: 8 GB of GDDR5, 1 GB DDR3 | Communication:USB 3.1, HDMI 2.0a, Ethernet, Optical Audio and PlayStation Camera ports, Dual-band 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0 | Max Resolution: 3840 × 2160 |Maximum controllers: 4 | Storage: 1TB
- 1TB hard drive
- No 4K Blu-ray player
- Pro Mode support isn’t universal
The battle between Sony’s PlayStation consoles and Microsoft’s Xbox series is hard-fought, but right now we think the PS4 Pro has the edge over the Xbox One S, thanks to a combination of good hardware, great games, and a generous online offering.
An improvement on the already very strong PS4, the PS4 Pro supports 4K and HDR technologies; plus with advances in frame rate due to beefed-up processing speeds, gaming will look cleaner, crisper and smoother.
The only thing stopping the PS4 Pro from being the ultimate console is the omission of an Ultra HD Blu-ray drive. Instead you’ll have to rely on streaming to get your 4K media fix.
5. LG C7 OLED Series (2017)
Screen sizes available: 55-inch, 65-inch | Tuner: Freeview Play | 4K: Yes | HDR:Yes (HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision) | Panel technology: OLED | Smart TV: WebOS 3.5 | Curved: No | Dimensions: 1230 x 750 x 217mm (W x H x D) | 3D: No |Inputs: Four HDMIs, three USBs, 2 x RF input, Ethernet port, optical digital audio output, PCMCIA slot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
- Stunning contrast-rich pictures
- Gorgeous ultra-thin design
- Lacks brightness vs LCD
- Occasional noise issues
Our best TV in the world right now is the LG OLED C7. It’s available in 55 and 65-inch versions and manages to strike a fine balance of industry-leading OLED technology and wallet-friendly price.
It also delivers greater brightness and light control than it’s predecessor, the C6, meaning that it’s able to offer OLED’s phenomenally dark blacks without compromising on great peak light performance.
This 4K powerhouse delivers class-leading performance via self-illuminating pixels at a price that many more of us than ever before can afford.