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Gamers have lots to get excited about for this week’s Lust List, with the Oculus Quest 2 gaming headset and the super retro Evercade VS.
Like keeping it clean? The mini Dyson Omni-Glide and a nifty INEOS Sanitiser Dispenser might be the perfect additions to your home.
Plus Apple has finally answered every forgetful person’s prayers with AirTags.
Here’s to never losing your keys again!
Oculus Quest 2
Caption: Oculus Quest gaming headset
Copyright: NO FEEThere’s nothing like getting out of the real world and stepping into a virtual one.
This excellent piece of face furniture breaks free from fussy cables, offering incredible visuals and experiences, and ultimately all the ingredients for excellent immersive escapism.
From £299, oculus.com
Evercade VSThis cute cartridge-consuming TV console can play retro games at 1080p for an awesome emulation experience, with support for up to four wired USB controllers for a bit of multiplayer action.
£89.99 (pre-order), evercade.co.uk
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired ProRing’s added a few new features to its floodlight-equipped security cam, bringing colour night vision, 3D motion detection and bird’s-eye view, as well as a secure wired connection to the local Neighbourhood Watch.
Available soon £219, en-uk.ring.com
PuroGamer Volume Limited Gaming Headset
PuroGamer Volume Limited Gaming HeadsetIf you’re worried about the damaging effects of blasting your (or your child’s) eardrums with constant explosions and battle royale trash talk, you might want to consider an affordable headset that stands out thanks to a built-in volume limiter.
Apple AirTagApple’s coin-shaped stalker locates bags, keys, wallets and anything else you think you’ll forget.
A recent update means it’ll send you an alert if it’s out of range and left behind.
Want to know more? You can read our full review of the AirTags right here.
From £29, apple.com/uk
Acer Chromebook Spin 513
Acer Chromebook Spin 513When a lightweight laptop boasts a 360-degree hinge for shape-shifting capabilities, all-day battery life, optional 4G for on-the-go connectivity, top-notch security features and a wonderfully low price tag, it’s pretty hard to ignore.
INEOS Sanitiser Dispenser
INEOS Sanitiser DispenserWith most of us slathering on more hand sanitiser than we care to think about, installing a tabletop or wall-mounted dispenser is a brilliantly hi-tech and convenient way to ensure hands-free hygiene at home.
Dyson Omni-GlideDesigned for hard floors, and seemingly hit with a shrink ray, Dyson’s miniature dust muncher boasts a 360-degree swivelling head that gets into tight spaces and under low-lying furniture.
£349.99 (available next month), dyson.com
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