The 25 hottest gadgets of May 2014

Analogue Nt: a NES in a beautiful aluminium shell

The old Nintendo Entertainment System may be retro, but it's hardly chic – and if your house is a paean to minimalist splendour, its grey plastic lines won't really fit in. This aluminium-clad beauty lets you play all your vintage NES and Famicom games in modern splendour, complete with 1080p upscaling.

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Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Avant: B&O's first 4K TV

The Danish audio wizards have created their first 4K TV – and it comes mounted on a motorised stand that rotates the TV out from the wall to face your favourite viewing position. It's really rather beautiful.

Read more about the BeoVision Avant here

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The BMW M5 '30 Jahre': a 600hp birthday boy

It's the BMW M5's 30th birthday – but you can forget chocolate cake. The super saloon is celebrating 30 years with a petrolhead-pleasing power hike, with a tweaked engine that pumps out 600hp.

Read more about the BMW M5 '30 Jahre' here

Yamaha PES1 and PED1: electric motorbikes for the masses

Yamaha is backing battery power – and it's planning to put two electro-bikes in production by 2016. These stunning plug-in bikes will provide emissions-free wheelies for both on-road (PES1) and off-road (PED1) riders.

Read more about the Yamaha PES1 and PED1 here

Parrot Bebop: the Oculus Rift-compatible drone

Parrot's AR.Drones are fun to play with, but their puny 720p cameras don't lend themselves to anything but casual videos. That's set to change with the Bebop – it's got a wide-angle lens that lets you punch in for crystal-clear, stable HD video – or look around with an Oculus Rift. And it's got a 2km range, thanks to its new Skycontroller tablet dock. The smartest AR.Drone yet.

Read more about the Parrot Bebop here

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