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The Lust List: New tech we want

Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBT

If you’re looking for professional-sounding over-ears without the premium price tag, these cans promise untethered studio-quality sound and around 40 hours of music listening, wrapped up inside a robust, padded and collapsible design.

Kodak Mini 2

Fusing smartphone photography with the charm of instant printing, this NFC-compatible portable printer turns digital photos into credit card-sized memories. There’s also the added bonus of slapping filters on your snaps via an app. £89.99,

Google Chromecast (2018)

If you haven’t yet injected video-steaming smarts into your ageing tellybox, try Google’s clutter-free dongle. It’s had a minor refresh, bringing with it 15 per cent more speed and pretty much every major video/audio streaming service at your fingertips. £30,

Horizn M5 Cabin Luggage

Smart luggage is the most revolutionary upgrade to hit carry-ons since telescopic handles. Cases like this one boast a removable cabin-approved charger for multiple battery boosts, a TSA-approved lock and built-in GPS tracking. £329,

8bitdo SF30 Pro

Give gaming the retro treatment without having to dust off your old-school console with this SNES-inspired Bluetooth controller. It brings rumble vibration and dual analogue sticks to the party, and plays nice with PC, Switch and mobile gaming. £35.99,

Dyson Pure Hot+Cool

Now it’s officially freezing, a device that spits out hot air is getting more attractive. How about a fan-cum-heater that strips allergens, pollution and other airborne nasties from your home while reporting findings to its LCD screen in real time? £549.99,

PUMA x Hot Wheels Collection

To celebrate 50 years of die-cast car collections, Mattel has joined forces with Puma for a few fetching special-edition colourways of the all-new PUMA RS-X kicks, which have drawn inspiration from the Hot Wheels archive of mini-motors. From £100 (available December 1),

Fossil Sport

What separates this colourful timepiece from the rest of the WearOS clan is that it’s the first device running Qualcomm’s all-new Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform for 24+ battery life, alongside GPS, NFC and heart-rate tracking. £249,

Cello C55QLED

You’ve probably never heard of Cello but given the British TV manufacturer’s outed a 55in telly with good looks, 4K and HDR support, which also runs on an Android smart TV platform, you might want to sit up and take note. £799,

Anden Valet

This gorgeous hand-finished and made-to-order charging stand for Apple’s timepiece provides four strap slots, a place to boost battery and a sustainably sourced walnut design that’s so stylish you’ll be hard pushed to find another iThing charger that looks as good. £89.99,