153. January 2012: Duracell USB key
Duracell USB key
Don’t use batteries anymore? You can still support the Duracell bunny by purchasing a USB key. Featuring the iconic design, you can pick up your Duracell inspired data storage from 4GB up to 16GB.
Price: £6.99 (4GB)
154. January 2012: U Draw
Call upon all your artistic skill with the Wii wireless drawing tablet that has now landed on the PlayStation 3. So now you can share your time evenly between killing zombies and creating a masterpiece.
Link: World of U Draw
155. January 2012: Geneva Sounds XS
Geneva Sounds XS
With travel clock inspired looks, the XS claims to be the first portable audio system with true Hi-Fi sound. The all-in-one system supports Bluetooth playback and hosts a digital amplifier, stereo speakers, digital FM tuner and an alarm clock. The clamshell design means you can also slip it comfortably into your overnight bag.
Link: Conran Shop
156. November: Weezy
Italian design means this bluetooth music receiver. Weezy also plugs into any stereo, supports iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows devices amongst others, and looks bellissimo (“nice”) doing it.
157. December: Ferguson Hill FH009
Ferguson Hill FH009
Britain's top/only purveyor of transparent Hi-Fi kit, brings this high end audio set-up made up of two horn speakers two bass speakers and integrated amplifier. Expect to give the neighbours a shake when you are sitting through your Christmas Blu-ray box sets.
Link: Ferguson Hill
158. November: Xbox 360 wireless speed wheel
Xbox 360 wireless speed wheel
Forza 4’s partner in crime, this racing game essential which has rumble feedback is worth checking out just for the way the batteries slide in.
159. December: Atari Flashback 3
Atari Flashback 3
This Atari 2600-looking piece of kit will remind you of a time when games called Gravitar and Frog Pond served as your after school entertainment. This plug and play console works with your TV, has 60-built in games and two joysticks to re-live gaming sessions from the past.