You still have a few days to Christmas, and if you are still looking for something for someone important in your life then check these gems we reviewed this year out.
Brian adored his time with the Find X2 Pro, so much so he was very sad with the world when he had to send it back. This is the real way to treat someone … or yourself, you deserve it.
Despite being $1699 the Oppo Find X2 Pro is still value for money given what they cram into this beast.
If dropping $1700 bucks is still too high for your wallet, then maybe the 5G equipped Oppo Find X2 Lite maybe your jam.
If you have picked up one of the above phones, or any Oppo phone really; Blair feels the Oppo Enco X Earbuds are an excellent addition to the package.
Coming in at $349 they definitely appear to be worth it, if you have the funds.
If you need a smartwatch, or heck if you don’t need a smart watch, the Fitbit Versa might be for you.
Bronwyn certainly seemed to enjoy finding out new information about herself like how she scores on the sleeping scale.
Sitting around the $385 mark which you can compare on PriceSpy, it’s a powerful watch for the price.
Brian wrote in his review that the Sony WH-1000XM4 are the headphones of the year.
They have a bold price at over $400 depending on where you shop, but you pay top dollar for top headphones.
Frustrated with how you need so many headsets for a selection of devices, Blair was keen to check out a headset that would work on more devices.
With great sound quality and a selection of cables as well as a USB-C dongle, it is harder to find something it won’t work on.
Given you can pick it up for $239 at Mighty Ape, it is a premium headset at a medium price.
If the Arctis 1 is out of your price range and you just need something a touch cheaper, then the BlackShark V2 X might be for you.
For $118 at PB Tech, it is a winner in the low budget headset range.
Just be wary of the cables!
Blair tested out the Stratus Duo on his phone and PC and was in versatile gaming heaven.