Best new products and gadgets November 2015

We round up the best new products you can buy this month.

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  • OnePlus X
  • BlackBerry Priv
  • Star Wars laptop
  • Chromecast
  • One A9
  • Apple TV
  • Activit├ę Steel
  • Time Round
  • Tag Heuer
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OnePlus X

Smartphone

After making waves with its first two phones, OnePlus is back with its smallest and cheapest device yet. Despite being under £200, the X offers a premium metal and glass design with a limited edition ceramic model also. It features a 5in screen, 13Mp camera and the firm's own Oxygen OS.

£199 inc VAT

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OnePlus X

Smartphone

After making waves with its first two phones, OnePlus is back with its smallest and cheapest device yet. Despite being under £200, the X offers a premium metal and glass design with a limited edition ceramic model also. It features a 5in screen, 13Mp camera and the firm's own Oxygen OS.

£199 inc VAT

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BlackBerry Priv

Smartphone

Thought BlackBerry was long gone? Wrong. The Canadian firm has launched a new smartphone in the form of the Priv which stands for privacy and privilege. The slider has that iconic physical keyboard, gorgeous 5.4in Quad HD display and, shock horror, runs on Android.

£559 inc VAT

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HP Star Wars Special Edition

Laptop

There are overwhelming amounts of Star Wars themed things around but few of them run Windows 10. As well as a Skylake Intel processor and up to 12GB of RAM this special edition notebook features a 'battle-worn' distressed design with 'Galactic Empire' written in the unique Star Wars Aurebesh font on the hinge and iconic Stormtroopers on the keyboard deck. Let's not forget the X-Wing Star Fighter Guidance System style touchpad, either.

£549 inc VAT

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Google Chromecast 2 & Audio

Media streamers

As well as new Nexus phones, Google has brought along a new version of the Chromecast which has improved wireless connectivity and a handy magnetic round design. More interesting, though, is the Chromecast Audio which can make pretty much any speaker in your home a wireless streamer.

£30 inc VAT each

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HTC One A9

Smartphone

First non-Nexus phone to run Android 6.0 Marshmallow is the title claimed by HTC and the new One A9. And yes, it does look like the iPhone to a large extent. This sits alongside the One M9 and features a 5in Full HD screen, fingerprint scanner and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor.

£419 inc VAT

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Apple TV (2015)

Media streamer

Taking on the Chromecast and others such as Roku is the latest edition of the Apple TV. This year's offering is all about the apps and games. It doesn't support 4K but does come with a new touch sensitive remote control and support for Siri making things quicker and easier.

£129 inc VAT

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Withings Activité Steel

Activity tracker

Offering the style of the original but at a more affordable price point is the Activité Steel. As the name suggests, the watch has a stainless steel watchcase but a silicone strap instead of leather. It still features tracking for walking, running, swimming and sleeping with an eight month battery life.

£139 inc VAT

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Pebble Time Round

Smartwatch

Kickstarter success, Pebble, has finally launched a circular watch and the Pebble Time Round is 'the world's thinnest and lightest'. The smartwatch comes in various different colours and styles and features a two-day battery life and an always-on colour display.

£229 inc VAT

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Tag Heuer Connected Watch

Smartwatch

£300 for a smartwatch might seem like a luxury purchase but Tag Heuer has taken things to a completely new level with its Android Wear watch. It really should have a better name but the Connected Watch is powered by an Intel Atom processor and features Wi-Fi. The firm's own watch face mimics the Carrera collection with three interactive dials.

£1,100 inc VAT

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