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Gadget (2015)

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Futuristic in its design, spectacular in its execution and supremely crafted, the curved-screen Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is the smartphone all self-respecting early adopters should aspire to owning.

The runners-up

Amazon 4K Fire TV
Amazon 4K Fire TV

Amazon’s new box of tricks is the first TV streamer to pack 4K, but throw in its 7.1 audio capabilities, 2GB of RAM and a quad-core processor and it’s clear that it’s far from a one-trick pony.

Apple Macbook
Apple Macbook

Apple reckons it reinvented the laptop with the new MacBook; we’re not sure about that, but what it definitely has done it made a sleek, sexy and very capable laptop – and that’ll do for now.

Apple Watch
Apple Watch

The Apple Watch wasn’t the first smartwatch by a long shot, but with its native apps, slick OS and genuinely desirable form, it is the first one to make a persuasive case for why we need one.

DJI Phantom 3 Standard
DJI Phantom 3 Standard

The most aerial fun you can have without joining the mile-high club, the DJI Phantom 3 Standard is effortlessly easy to control, and therefore to capture stunning video and stills from on high.

Fujifilm X-T10
Fujifilm X-T10

From its subtly cool style to its manual controls and bargain price, the X-T10 is an easy camera to love. But the clincher is the pictures it takes: colourful, detailed and with bags of character.

GoPro Hero4 Session
GoPro Hero4 Session

GoPro action cams were already pretty small, but the Hero4 Session is just ridiculous, fitting HD shooting skills into a tiny box that weighs just 74g and is also near-indestructible.

LG 55EG960V 4K OLED TV
LG 55EG960V 4K OLED TV

Remember the first time you saw a HD TV? Well it’s got nothing on this: the first TV with 4K and OLED screen tech combined into one awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping package. Pricey, mind.

Moov Now
Moov Now

A fitness tracker and personal trainer combined into one elegant package, the Moov Now is sturdy, waterproof and comes with a six-month battery life. Oh, and it only costs £60. Bargain!

OnePlus 2
OnePlus 2

How did they do it? Seriously: how did OnePlus pack so much high-end tech into one smartphone, then sell it for half the price of some flagships? We don’t know, but we’re glad they did.