Samsung Infinity Edge display
Just when we thought they’d reached their full potential, Samsung went and turned phones into screens with its Infinity Edge display. Not only does it look incredible, giving you more screen real estate than ever, it actually makes a big phone much smaller.
The Kickstarter that created a VR market was usurped in last year’s awards. Now, Oculus Touch adds motionsensing control and a second motion-sensing camera, so you can move individual fingers in your games. Seriously clever.
Apple MacBook Pro Touch Bar
There are those who love it, and those that don’t. The MacBook Pro was already a capable machine, but the Touch Bar’s instant access to commonly used functions within apps makes it even easier to work with. And it looks seriously slick.
The best in-car upgrade around. By projecting an image onto a transparent screen and placing it in your line of sight, Navdy enables you to see all your driving stats, whether it’s speed, or your latest email, without taking your eyes off the road.
The Switch is Nintendo at its best, up-ending the whole industry. While the Xbox One and PS4 fight over power, the Switch offers console-quality games in a tablet-sized package that’s quickly revolutionising how people enjoy games.
Sony Xperia Ear
Sony’s Xperia Ear is like having Siri or Google Assistant in your lug. This in-ear smart assistant offers phone notifcations throughout the day and will respond to your commands; it’ll even respond to your head movements.