We don't have access to the all-new Fire TV Stick 4K in Australia (yet) but the Basic Edition still provides high-def access to the web's best apps and a ton of games. Some might hold out hope the 4K-enabled stick will drop soon, but that will likely be more expensive than this AU$69 streamer.
JBL has upgraded its smallest Bluetooth speaker, the Go 2, with improved sound and full waterproofing. It may not sound as great as the Clip 3 but it sounds impressive for such a small speaker. Available in multiple color options for AU$49.95.
Embrace the mobile lifestyle with the AU$58 Chromecast video streamer. Connect it to any TV and use your phone as the remote control for services such as YouTube, Netflix and many more. Just note that it doesn't offer Amazon Video -- and it isn't available on Amazon, either. If you're keen on 4K instead, you can always go for the AU$99 Ultra version.
The Chromecast Audio isn't a wireless speaker in and of itself, but this AU$59 Wi-Fi gadget adds streaming audio to any old stereo. It offers universal compatibility with Android phones, and some (but not all) iOS apps can stream to it also.
While the third-generation Echo Dot still doesn't sound great, it does sound better than its predecessor and has a more refined design. Once again its list price is AU$79 but be on the lookout for those Echo Dot flash sales.
The Clip 3 plays louder and has a little more bass than its predecessor, the Clip 2, and comes in at under AU$80. It's a perfect travel companion, rugged and waterproof, that doesn't skimp on high quality sound.
The most recent Pokemon game, for the Nintendo Switch, takes players back to where it all began in Red and Blue. Newcomers and long-time fans of the series will find something to enjoy -- and the bundle, which includes a Poke Ball Plus controller, comes in at AU$99.
The AU$75 BioLite PowerLight Mini is a handy lantern, bike light and charger all in one. You clip it to a pocket or strap, or mount it to your bike (mount included) and its 1,350-mAh USB rechargeable battery provides up to 52 hours of light. It can also give your phone a backup boost. Lighting modes include white lantern, red night vision, red and white strobe and white point light. It's a great choice for eco-minded folks who enjoy camping or other outdoor activities.
It has a goofy name, but the Oontz Angle 3 Plus is arguably the sound quality champion for wireless Bluetooth speakers in the sub-AU$60 price range. In fact, you can often find it for around AU$35, so it's a steal, even if you have to ship it over from the US.
The simplest and cheapest of the Sodastream family, the Play is a one-button water carbonation beast. Of course, don't forget you'll need to replace the gas cylinder every now and then -- depending on your sparkling water intake. It goes for AU$98.
HyperX have a great track record with gaming headsets and though the Stinger is one of the more basic pieces of kit, it provides great sound for its AU$79 price tag. Plus, it works across all your gaming devices.
A router, at this price, should not be as good as it is. But the Linksys E1200 is easy-to-use, reliable and has enough security features to give you peace of mind. Good for a small apartment. You can find it for less than AU$50.
Digital cameras are so... well, 2018 -- but the Instax Mini is a polaroid-esque camera that is both adorable and functional. The built-in flash ensures you're images are bright and the retro chic ensures you're considered as hip as Taylor Swift. You can grab it for AU$87.