We're approaching the summer dip of fewer product launches but we've got plenty to keep you going for now. Here are the best, hottest and most desirable tech products of February 2015 including Windows tablets, Android smartphones, wearables and more.
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A little later than rivals, the LG G4 is hear and is leather-bound but a polycarbonate ceramic model is also an option. It's the first phone we've seen with a Snapdragon 808 processor and has a new IPS Quantum Display with a Quad HD resolution. It also has a new 16Mp camera with an f/1.8 aperture.
£500 inc VAT
The onslaught of convertible devices continues and Acer has gone for a 360 degree hinge design for the R11. Folding the screen all the way around means four different usage modes are available. Inside the plastic shell is an 11.6in screen, Intel Pentium or Celeron and up to 1TB of storage.
£299 inc VAT
To take on the likes of Samsung, HTC and Apple, Huawei has introduced the P8 which is 6.4mm worth of metal slenderness. The device offers a 5.2in Full HD screen, Kirin octa-core processor, dual-SIM card slots and a 13Mp rear camera with 'no bump'.
Kobo Glo HD
Kobo's latest e-reader aims to be the highest resolution on the market at the lowest price and it does undercut the Kindle Voyage. With 1072 x 1448 on a 6in screen, the Glo HD is 300ppi and has a touchscreen and built-in ComfortLight. It's 180g, 9.2mm and has space for 3,000 books.
£109 inc VAT
Denon AH-GC20s Global Cruiser
Denon's latest pair of cans are aimed at those on the go with active noise cancelling and Bluetooth connectivity. The headphones have aptX codec support and can pair with two devices simultaneously. A cable is also includes just in case you want to plug in traditionally.
£249 inc VAT
An updated model of the hybrid Aspire Switch 10 is here from Acer and the 'E' bit means it's plastic but there is a model with a Gorilla Glass rear cover. Once again there is a removable keyboard dock and the device has a small 10.1in IPS screen. It also features an Intel Atom processor and dual cameras.
£279 inc VAT
The Nabu X is a simple activity tracker and uses three customisable-colour LEDs and a cylindrical vibration motor that offer discreet notifications. The sensor is also detachable from the band and it's IP67 waterproof. Pulse technology means you can shake hands with other Nabu wearers to exchange information and play multiplayer games.
£44 inc VAT
The tablet market has slowed down significantly but Acer has a new one to tempt those on a budget. The Iconia One 8 is cheap and cheerful and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop. You'll get an 8in IPS screen, Intel Atom processor and expandable storage.
£139 inc VAT