party pieces

The tech that’ll keep them movin’ and groovin’

T3 - - Man VS. Tech -

klarst ein beer dis­penser

Pop in any fivelitre beer keg and this stain­less-steel ma­chine will cool it down to a re­fresh­ing 2-12 de­grees (ideal for all those sum­mer bar­be­cues). You can then dis­pense your beer via the tap – CO2 car­tridges will make sure you get a pub-style head. £147.99,

so­dast ream fizzi

Now sleeker than ever, this lat­est So­daStream can car­bon­ate tap wa­ter within a mat­ter of sec­onds. It’s easy to use and comes with enough gas for 60 litres. Add your own in­gre­di­ents for an end­less sup­ply of delicious be­spoke cock­tails. £65,­

easy karaoke pro syst em

Chan­nel your in­ner Lady Gaga with this stand-mounted singing ma­chine. A front-load­ing CD player takes your karaoke discs, with lyrics dis­played on a seven-inch colour TFT screen, while voiceen­hanc­ing fea­tures will make you sound like a pro (kinda). £249.99,

playst ation vr head­set

Whether you want to race cars or bat­tle zom­bies, the PS VR will take you there. And your friends can ex­pe­ri­ence it, too – you can mir­ror what you’re see­ing to a TV, and on some ti­tles they can even play in tan­dem with you (just not in VR). £349.99 (PS4 con­sole sold separately), www.plays­ta­ htc u ul­tra HTC’s new flag­ship phone is built for tak­ing self­ies. You can choose be­tween the high-res­o­lu­tion de­tail of 16MP and the un­par­al­leled 4x light sen­si­tiv­ity of Ul­traPixel mode, then ad­mire (or gri­mace at) your party poses on the 5.7-inch liq­uid­sur­face dis­play. £850, blue­sound mu­sic syst em The Blue­sound range pro­vides a so­phis­ti­cated home-au­dio so­lu­tion, whether you pair two or more for a multi-room setup or use them as stand­alone units. With app control, pow­er­ful high-res stream­ing is right at your fingertips. From £499,­

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