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Lust List: New tech we want

Rock On Headphone Display Stand

When you’re done moshing in the kitchen, pop off the ear candy, put them on the devil horns display and wonder at your latest ‘rock-cessory’. £13.99,

L-400 turntable

Lenco’s latest turntable includes USB recording and an integrated stereo pre-amp. It plugs into an existing home sound system and can also digitise retro albums to your PC. £199.99,

Bamboo Slate

Designers, it’s time to drool thanks to Wacom’s futuristic notepad, which can turn any handwritten notes or sketches into shareable digital files. Install the Inkspace app and send ideas to a device to store and edit in JPG, PNG, PDF or WILL. From £100,

Vivosmart 4

Garmin’s latest wristband Pulse Ox sensor is a virtual personal trainer. This sleek activity tracker even gauges blood oxygen saturation levels at night to better understand sleep quality. £119.99,

Beoplay E6

Calling all urban joggers, these new earphones are designed with the active in mind. The wireless device from audio gurus Bang & Olufsen has a bounce-free secure fit, and resists sweat and moisture. £269,

Naim Mu-so Special Edition Champagne Finish

The perfect harmony of beauty and power, this has a luxury finish coating the chassis, a halo on the dial and a 628mm heat sink. It also supports Spotify, Tidal and Apple Music. £995,

Maschine Mikro

Native Instruments, the novice-friendly software and hardware manufacturer for audio production, unveiled nine new products this month, including this bright and compact beat controller complete with 16 pads, software and a 1.6GB Factory Selection of sounds. £199,

Polaroid POP

The latest from the original on-the-go snappers has a 20-megapixel CMOS sensor and HD video recording capability. You can also pimp your images with filters before clicking instant print for colour, black and white or sepia snapshots. £199.99,

Sphero Bolt

After a flirtation with movie franchises, including Star Wars, the gadget ball has undergone a teaching tweak. Both a toy and an educational tool, the tennis ball-sized translucent device has various programmable elements, from an 8×8 LED light display to scrolling text. $149.99 (£115),