Editors' Choice winners are the best of the best at CNET Australia. But not everything will make for an ideal gift idea. We've looked back over some of this year's outstanding products to pick out those that have great gift potential.
Covering TVs, laptops, headphones and handhelds, we're sure you'll find something here that you want to buy for someone else ... or add to your own wish list.
The Sonos Play:3 is an affordable first step into the world of multi-room audio, and sounds better than most iPod docks.
Alienware M11x R3
We still love the M11x, but with the ever-marching pace of technology, we'd like to see it go on a diet, get a better screen and a much better touch pad and buttons for the R4. And maybe, just maybe, make use of the currently pointless 3G slot.
The Sensei is a phenomenal mouse. It's a testament to its performance that despite having woefully horrible button customisation and macro support, it's still one of our favourite mice.
Telstra 4G USB modem
There is simply no better mobile broadband modem or service right now than that from Telstra and its 4G network.
Pure One Flow
The Pure One Flow is an essential update to the original Classic as it brings higher sound quality, greater usability and a raft of new networking features.
The LG 47LW6500 is a stunner, it offers an impressive picture in both 2D and 3D, and the Magic Motion remote is an absolute blast.
The Aliph Jawbone Era knocks it out of the park with high-end features, amazing audio quality and innovative design.
Sennheiser HD 218i
If you're looking for a great-sounding iPhone headset then the Sennheiser HD 218i offers hi-fi performance for the price of a mid-fi portable.
Apple MacBook Air 13 (2011)
Apple's upgraded MacBook Air is a seriously fast performer — even if you only use it as a Windows machine. The switch to Sandy Bridge puts Apple's travel laptop on the top of the portable pile.
Apple iPod Touch (2011)
The iPod Touch is the best iPod yet, offering all of the fun of the iPhone experience without a carrier contract or a monthly bill.