LG G Flex 2
It seems LG isn't giving up on the idea of a curved screen with the G Flex 2. It has a smaller screen at 5.5in and a higher resolution at Full HD – two much needed improvements. It can self-heal in 10 seconds and it's also the first phone we've seen with a 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor. See also: The best smartphones.
£149 exclusively at Firebox.
Smarter Wi-Fi Coffee Machine
From the makers of the iKettle, the Wi-Fi Coffee Machine is a smart, er, coffee machine. This shiny kitchen gadget will brew you coffee (straight from the bean) while you're still in bed or as you walk in the front door. With the iOS or Android app, you can select how much you want and it can even adjust the strength based on how well you slept.
£99 inc VAT
Alcatel OneTouch Watch
Wearable tech was big a CES 2015 this year and Alcatel's OneTouch Watch is a smartwatch and activity tracker in one. It will track your movements, provide notifications and has an optical heart rate sensor. It will be compatible with iOS and Android.
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless
Sennheiser has decided to ditch the wires on its premium headphones. The Momentum 2.0 Wireless are equipped with Bluetooth and also have NFC for easy paring. You'll get a 22 hour battery life and active noise cancellation technology.
Razer Forge TV
The Razer Forge TV might look like an insignificant black box but is in-fact a media streamer and games console in one. The device runs on Android TV and comes with Google Cast support too. The controller for gaming is optional.
$99 ($149 with controller)
Dell XPS 13 (2015)
The latest version of the XPS 13 from Dell claims to be the smallest 13in notebook PC. It weighs just over 1 kg and starts at an affordable price tag. There's a touchscreen, SSD and a decent 15 hours of battery life on offer.
In car infotainment system
Car tech is getting bigger with the imminent arrival of Google's Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Parrot's RNB6 is ready for both despite running on Android 5.0 Lollipop and will arrive later this year. It features climate control, voice commands parking assist and loads more.
If you keep running out of storage on your smartphone then check out the Saygus V2. It can support up to 320 GB thanks to dual microSD card slots plus 64 GB of internal space. It also has a fingerprint scanner, IR blaster, wireless charging and a waterproof case.
Withings Activité Pop
Withings wowed us with the Activité watch but it's a pricey piece of kit. The Activité Pop is more affordable with its silicone strap and PVD coasted case in a choice of colours. The analogue dials show the time and the progress to your daily goal but it can also track sleep.
The Vivoactive is Garmin's take on the smartwatch and looks like the old Sony SmartWatch 2. It runs the firm's own software but can connect to iOS or Android. The Vivoactive is aimed at fitness fanatics with built in GPS but also provides features such as notifications and apps.