This week’s Lust List is shamelessly about the tech you’ll need when you’re out and about.
Providing you’re staying safe, it’s now permissible to get out, enjoy a pint and meet friends for the first time in ages.
And if you’re taking your first tube ride back to the office, you’re going to need something to help ease you back into the commute.
Whether it’s gaming, music or keeping track of items once you’ve left home, we’ve got the gadgets for you.
Have a look through this week’s list and let us know in the comments if you’re planning to pick any of them up or if you’ve already taken the plunge and have some thoughts to share.
Samsung’s sights are set squarely on forgetful types with a Bluetooth tracker that will help you find lost items.
Interestingly, other Samsung Galaxy phones can anonymously detect tags and pass location data on to the user to aid the search for your missing ‘thing’.
Blue Nintendo Switch Lite
If you’re interested in miniature consoles and have a particular affinity for the colour blue, Nintendo has given the Lite version of its ridiculously popular handheld-only gamer a fresh lick of paint, joining its yellow, turquoise and coral counterparts.
Bowers & Wilkins P17
The latest brand having a stab at wireless earphones is no stranger to finely tuned sound.
That explains why these noise-cancellers promise to bring Bowers & Wilkins’s acoustic excellence, Quick Charge support and more than 24 hours of battery life.
Four years after the fidget spinners craze, TikTok has thrust fidget toys back into the limelight and the hands of individuals everywhere.
This spinning toy uses centrifugal force to keep the marble on track and keep you occupied for hours.
Cambridge Audio Evo 75
The British audio brand has outed a wonderful fusion of beautiful design and audio expertise with this all-in-one system. It brings together a comprehensive list of streaming options, app control and a multitude of ports. Just add speakers.
Redmi Note 10 Pro
An exemplary 6.67in 120Hz screen, fast performance, long battery life and solid 108-megapixel camera with 4K video, all for a fraction of the price of the competition, make this one of the best Chinese Androids on the block.
Nanoleaf Essentials Lightstrips
With voice smarts, app control and improved features when paired with a HomePod mini, it’s hard to find an affordable lightstrip as feature-packed as this.
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