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The Lust List: New tech we want

Pioneer DJM-V10

When a mixer’s got this many knobs and dials, it’s clearly not aimed at your average DJ. Instead, with six channels, dual headphone jacks and ability to EQ the master output, it’s aiming for professionals who want more control over mixes and tracks. £2,799 (available February 24), pioneerdj.com

Nanoleaf Learning Series

Nanoleaf’s taking its interactive modular lights in a different direction and the clue’s in the name. So rather than configure schedules or fire up an app, this intelligent, sensor-laden system learns from the behaviour of the user and adapts accordingly. Clever. From £11.50 (available September), uk-shop.nanoleaf.me

Philips OLED+ 984

Philips’ 65in TV is a standout with its tiny edge projectors that extend on-screen colours for visual fireworks on your wall, coupled with a custom sound system courtesy of Bowers & Wilkins. £4,499, johnlewis.com

Elvie Pump

Elvie’s silent wearable breast pump has a companion app designed to help women better understand pumping behaviour by providing data on milk volume and flow, alongside session time. £249, elvie.com

Smeg milk frother

Oozing Smeg’s signature 1950s retro-chic style, the latest kitchen appliance to join the luxury line-up wants you to ditch your local coffee shop in exchange for frothing milk like a pro at home. £149, kensingtonappliances.co.uk

Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer

While wiping off the wet stuff with a towel will do for most, those concerned about hand hygiene — and with deep pockets — might like Dyson’s futuristic-looking, energy-efficient HEPA-filtered dryer. It captures 99.95 per cent of bacteria and virus particles from the air. £1,099.99, tradingdepot.co.uk

Sharp Aquos Sound Partner

If you’re not into putting headphones on or inside your ears, this unconventional audio accessory plays high-quality sound from the neck area, whether you’re listening to music, immersed in VR content, gaming or catching up on Love Island. £149, amazon.co.uk

Fossil Gen 5

Fossil’s latest Wear OS-infused timepiece, available in different guises, ticks the fitness boxes with on-board GPS and a heart-rate monitor, while its built-in speaker and microphone make for secret agent-style calls from your wrist and audible information from the Assistant. £279, fossil.com

Weber Connect Smart Grilling Hub

It’s cold now but there’s no harm in prepping for sunnier times with this accessory. It injects any barbecue with Bluetooth/wi-fi smarts by offering in-app, step-by-step instructions and completion times. Should help pitmasters get their grill on without ruining the party… £109 (available March 2), weber.com