69. October 2012: Beats by Dr Dre Beats Wireless Speaker
Blasting sound via NFC or Bluetooth, the capsule-shaped speaker is packed with Beats Audio tech to deliver the bass and a rechargeable battery to give you 7 hours of uninterrupted party time.
Price: £169 | store.universal-music.co.uk
70. October 2012: Binatone iDect Eclipse
If you like your home phones futuristic looking, the all-in-one handset with base built in has a 13 hour battery, 220 contacts book and could be worn round your neck, potentially.
Price: £100 | binatonetelecom.com
71. October 2012: Garmin Forerunner 10
The satnav supremo’s lightest, cheapest GPS watch tells you how far, how fast and fends off water. It's one of the simplest ways to track fitness activity and when you've hit a personal record, the Forerunner 10 will let you know.
Price: £100 | garmin.co.uk
72. October 2012: Keypad Watch
An homage to retro keypads, Hit a number and the Keypad Watch will read out the time. It’s like a speak ’n’ spell but for the time. A speak ’n’ clock, if you will.
Price: £60 | red5.com
73. October 2012: Lifeproof nüüd
After some all-weather iPad protection? The confidence-testing case is waterproof despite including no screen cover. witchcraft, basically. Fingers crossed an iPad Mini one is on the way.
Price: £95 | lifeproof.com
74. October 2012: Logitech K310
The clumsy man’s keyboard, this is hand-washable. the keys are laser-printed so won’t fade with washing. You can dunk it up to 11-inches of water. Anymore than that, and you'll have to revert to the keyboard you replaced it with.
Price: £35 | Logitech.com
75. October 2012: Pac-Man clock
Requiring a sole AA battery, it tells the time and makes a big statement about your love of eight-bit graphics, pills, ghosts and mazes.
Price: £12 | iwoot.com