The previous iteration, the Beoplay H8, had all the noise cancelling and wireless tech that you get with the new version, but it was only available in on-ear design. Developed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the Samsung Serif is a beautiful piece of furniture in its own right with its a distinctive "I" profile, flat top and sleek, slim legs.
It's also fully compatible with Apple Air Play, Bluetooth and Spotify Connect, opening the Zeppelin experience to Android users for the first time. The bandwidth of portable Bluetooth speakers has finally grown to include premium audio manufacturers, and the latest to join the fray is Bowers & Wilkins with the incredible T7.
It only weights 950g, it's simple to pair your device (just hit the Bluetooth button and wait for an audio notification), and the sound quality's stunningly detailed. A shrewd investment for the upcoming party season, this portable wireless speaker comes with 360-degree sound performance, a rock-solid aluminium exterior and has 16 hours battery life. Enjoy home quality audio on the go with these portable speakers.
With 1080P/1296P capability, wireless video streaming, a 160-degree viewing angle and 2.0-inch LCD viewing screen, it's one of the best, most compact devices out there.
Perfect for the driver who wants an extra pair of eyes.
Plenty audio companies have tried and failed to introduce their own competitor to Sonos’ wireless multiroom music system, but the original is still the best – and the Play:5 is the finest speaker in the range.
It automatically optimises its EQ for wherever the unit's positioned in the room, and the six custom-designed drivers with dedicated amplifiers produce a fantastic sound that ought to be considerably more expensive.It has a curved 2k screen, dual cameras built in collaboration with Leica and a massive 6gb of ram to power it all.There's also a function that, essentially, defrags the software so it'll run faster for longer.Thanks to a 3.5inch sub bass driver and two mid/treble drivers, this packs a punch for the money, and there’s full Wi-Fi multi-room connectivity controllable via an intuitive i Phone and Android app. B&W’s 50th birthday present to itself was to create a pair of headphones that go beyond the range-topping and stupidly good P7 over-ear cans.They're the first B&W headphones available in brown and silver, but the upgrades go well beyond a colour change - they've got 40mm full-range drivers, 3Hz - 30k Hz frequency response and a three-button remote for adjustments on the fly.It's pricey, but it comfortably has the edge over Samsung's Galaxy S7.