18. Best TVs 2012: BeoVision 12-65
Bang & Olufsen, purveyors all things audio, luxurious (and pricey), has served up this 65-inch plasma TV which also comes with an integrated centre channel and 7.1 surround sound system. The 'ultra slim' NeoPDP panel which is said to use the latest plasma technology is said to offer improved 3D and 2D viewing experience, and includes Automatic Picture Control which ensures you get the right amount of light on the screen depending on viewing conditions. On the audio front, five custom speakers make up the set-up which uses Bang & Olufsen’s ICE power technology while the same BeoLab 5 loudspeakers technology is also utilized to ensure the sound is as premium as the visual performance.
Link: Bang Olufsen
19. Best Airplay Speakers 2012: Klipsch Stadium Airplay audio system
Klipsch Stadium Airplay audio system
With the likes of Philips and B&W stealing a march on sleek home audio systems with Apple Airplay capabilities, the Stadium is another one to add to your wish list. The 2.1 sound set-up harnesses its stellar sound performance with dual 1in/25mm, horn-loaded tweeters and 3in/76mm midrange woofers. Dual 133mm built-in subwoofers also takes care of you bass needs all which is wrapped in a aluminium cabinet-style design. Premium indeed...
20. Best Ultrabooks 2012: LG Z430 Super Ultrabook
LG Z430 Super Ultrabook
With over 50 Ultrabooks appearing at CES this year, LG hopes dubbing its LG Z430 as a 'Super Ultrabook' will set them apart from the rest. What makes it so super? Well apart from its metallic looks, the 14-inch slimline laptop features a 19.9mm thin chassis which is the kind you'd expect to see on a 13-inch device. Powered by a Core i7 processor, the Z430 offers Super Speed Boot technology to make booting up quicker and storage of up to 500GB to cater for all your multimedia content needs.
21. Best Apps 2012: Microvision PicoMagic apps
Microvision PicoMagic apps
Your Power Point struggling days could soon be over courtesy of the PicoMagic apps that project a touchscreen display on your nearest available wall space. Using a PicoP Gen 2 HD laser display engine to deliver multi-user 3D displays, you can replace an old fashioned whiteboard with a virtual interactive one. It’s also primed for gamers who want to get a little closer to the action. Wall sized Angry Birds anyone?
22. Best Speakers 2012: Klipsch G-17 Air Airplay speakers
Klipsch G-17 Air Airplay speakers
It looks like a close relative of Microsoft’s Kinect, but this wall mountable AirPlay speaker system is strictly about liberating music from your iOS devices. With glossy piano black looks, the G-17 works over Wi-Fi and hosts two 20W RMS woofers and a pair of 10W aluminium tweeters to deliver crisp, clear sound. If you don't want to mirror your music, you can hook it up via USB instead to enjoy your iTunes library.
23. Best Gadgets 2012: Mobee Magic Feet
Mobee Magic Feet
Keeping your brightly hued Mac peripherals fully juiced up, the Mobee Magic Feet inductive charging station wirelessly powers up your Apple wireless keyboard, Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse individually or all at the same time. If your Apple kit is running on empty, within 6 hours of charging you’ll be back to working order for 10 days, and with similarly stylish looks, the Magic Feet sits underneath your monitor looking every bit part of the furniture.
Due: Out now
Link: Mobee Technology
24. Best MP3 Players 2012: Sony Z-100 Android Walkman
Sony Z-100 Android Walkman
Breaking free from its Japan-only launch, Sony is reinventing the Walkman once again this time by turning to Android for help. Running on Gingerbread 2.3, the 4.3-inch WVGA display music player is powered by a 1GHz Tegra 2 processor with Wi-Fi connectivity on board and DLNA support to enable you to throw content onto your TV a la Apple AirPlay style. There's also a Micro HDMI port if you don't have the luxury of a DLNA-packing telly.