Sony Tablet P
Sony's Tablet P looks good as an e-reader, lets you wirelessly "throw" videos to your HD TV and proves that there's life after the iPad with its folding, glasses-case design.
Fujifilm FinePix X10
For retro snapper styling without the FinePix X100's £1000 price tag, enter the lighter and smaller 12MP X10 – keep an eye out in October if you like the sound of manual controls, 4x optical zoom and a 2.8in LCD display.
Philips Fidelio SoundRing
No its not Dyson's new air multiplier, its Philips' wireless and dock-less speaker donut. With the Fidelio SoundRing you can stream your iTunes library from iPods, iPhones, iPads, PCs and Macs via Apple's AirPlay tech.
Samsung Galaxy Note
The Galaxy Note is a phone-tablet that looks like a toy when held to the ear but otherwise impresses with a Super AMOLED HD display, S pen stylus, 1.4Ghz processor and Sammy's latest gesture controls.
Acer Aspire S3
Ultrabooks are here and they can cram specs like a second gen Intel processor, HD display, 1.3MP webcam and 240-500GB of internal memory into a body like the Acer Aspire S3 which weighs in at 1.4kg and stretches to just 13mm at its thinnest edge.
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LG's new Cinema 3D TV gets a Nano LED screen, smart innards thanks to its selection of apps and every gamer's dream, Dual Play – which uses 3D tech to let two people watch different 2D screens at once.
Invoxia NVX 610
No doubt topping all future desk phone lists, the glass and metal Invoxia NVX 610 includes an iPhone dock and an app to control the noise cancelling speakers that can put conference callers on different sides of a virtual room.
There's no customised Android Honeycomb here but Toshiba did go to town on the hardware. The AT200 is just 7.7mm thick and packs a 1.2Ghz processor, two cameras and more ports than you can shake a USB stick at.
Who said 3D was just for getting lairy at the pub? Get some anti-social 3D gaming or movie time with Sony's futuristic 3D visor that will give you the same experience as a massive cinema-quality 3D TV for less money and more geek kudos.
Panny's 2D and 3D shooting camcorder has tons of professional features aimed at budding filmmakers and shoots full HD video – all that and there's a glasses free 3D LCD screen for an instant critique too.