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Sony Glass Speaker

Sony's Glass Sound Speaker is a wireless Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a lantern with a dimmable LED that mimics a flame. It's rather pricey at $700, but it's also one of those products you want as soon as you see.

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Bowers & Wilkins P9 Signature

Bowers & Wilkins' flagship headphone, the P9 signature, sounds great and is also very comfortable to wear. It comes with a few different cable options, with a Lightning cable for iPhone users on the way (the company will send it to you for no additional cost if you buy the headphone now). Sure, it costs $900, but you're worth it.

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Kindle Oasis

The thinnest, sleekest Kindle comes at a high price -- for a monochrome E-ink e-reader anyway -- but e-reading aficionados will appreciate its slick design and magnetized battery-case.

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Falcon Northwest Fragbox

Just what you always wanted: a powerhouse gaming rig you can easily lug around with you (monitor not included). The compact FragBox can fit dual graphics cards.

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Focal Utopia and Elear headphones

CNET's resident Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg thinks Focal's Utopia headphone (on left in photo) is one of the best in the world. "Sure, it's expensive, but the Focal Utopia redefines what it means to be an audiophile headphone in 2016," Guttenberg wrote.

The Utopia has a suggested retail price of $4,000 (about £2,800 or AU$5,400 converted) while the step-down Elear (on right in photo) is $999 (roughly £700 or AU$1,350).

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LG OLED65E6P 65-inch

The LG E6 OLED TV has a beautiful thin panel with a picture-on-glass design and one of the best pictures we've ever tested. It may be very expensive, but hey, if you're serious about your picture quality, you gotta go OLED. (If you don't care about the built-in sound bar, LG's B6P Series is the better deal).

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Bowers & Wilkins 805 D3 speakers

Bowers and Wilkins has your high-end audio lust covered with its beautiful 805 D3 speaker set, which will only set you back $20,000.

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MSRP: $6,000.00

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HP Omen X Desktop

HP is taking its Omen gaming brand very seriously, breaking out new, higher-end products as Omen X. The flagship is the new Omen X Desktop, which is built into a giant black metal cube, complete with multicolored lights. Price for the base configuration is $1,800 and goes up quickly from there, depending on what components you opt for. Like many new gaming rigs, this one is VR-ready.

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Razer Blade Stealth

Editor Dan Ackerman says the Razer Blade Stealth is a rare mix of slick design, great performance and top-notch value in a laptop. It starts at $999, although the version with the impressive high-resolution 4K display is $1,399.

This isn't a gaming laptop, but Razer is a gaming company, and sometime in the future it's supposed to release the Razer Core. It's an external box built to house a single desktop graphics card (for example, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980) and route its graphics rendering power to the Blade Stealth via its Thunderbolt-enabled USB-C connection. No word on pricing for that companion box yet.

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DJI Mavic Pro

Meet DJI's Mavic Pro. It's supercompact, foldable, and very powerful drone. Yeah, it's a little pricey at $1,000, but it fits in a backpack and is very travel friendly.

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Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga

If you've been itching to get a top-of-the-line hybrid laptop/tablet, look no farther than the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. It takes Lenovo's best hybrid and adds a stunning OLED display.

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GoPro Hero5 Black

GoPro's flagship action cam is now waterproof to 10 meters (33 feet) without a housing and can be controlled with voice commands. Price: $400.

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 V

Sure, you can shoot photos and videos with your phone, but if you want superior results, a high-end point-and-shoot model is in order and Sony's RX100 V, the company's latest enthusiast point-and-shoot is certainly tempting if you've got a $1,000 to burn on yourself.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

If you've secretly harbored a desire to be a professional photographer, you can at least look the part with Canon's new EOS 5D Mark IV. Upgrades over its predecessor include a new sensor (with updated autofocus) and updated metering system, 4K and HDR video and built-in GPS. Price for body only: $3,500.

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Origin PC Chronos

Origin PC's Chronos rig packs a lot of power under the hood (it's a good match for VR gaming) and isn't incredibly expensive at $1,800 for the base configuration. So why not splurge?

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