Wearable: Fitbit Surge
There's no better way I can think of to get rid of a Santa-sized belly than to join the Fitbit club as your new year's resolution. Spend a few hours with the company's hero product, the Fitbit Surge and you'll be hooked to achieve your fitness goals like never before. Offering a range of excellent features including onboard GPS, Bluetooth notifications, industry-leading pulse and activity tracking all accessed through an advanced, yet accessible apps for Android, iOS and Windows, the Fitbit Surge stands tall above the increasingly busy fitness wearable pack.
Display / TV: LG 65EG9600 65-inch 4K Curved OLED
This is the TV to buy, period. With mind-blowing colors and black levels mixed with 4K content means this TV is a force to be reckoned with. 4K gaming is also great, but watching your favorite movies on LG's 4K curved OLED is absolutely awesome. Put this in your Xmas stocking! Read our full review here.
Portable Bluetooth Speaker: Creative Sound Blaster Roar 2
While not suited to trek the rugged alpine slopes as seen with some other models, the Sound Blaster Roar 2 has become my personal speaker of choice. It's solid, comes with a ton of features at an acceptable price and offers that extra bass kick that most competitors cannot. Read our full review here.
Gaming Console: Sony PlayStation 4
If you're still yet to move to the next generation of consoles, then it really is hard to look past the PlayStation 4. Sony has had a lean year in terms of first party releases, but their 2016 lineup is looking solid to say the least ('Uncharted 4', 'The Last Guardian' and 'Horizons' amongst others) not to mention a stellar catalogue of products already on the market make it the one to get if you're ready to make the leap to next generation platforms. Also, consider spruiking for PlayStation Plus, which gives you free new games every month for a small fee, along with cloud saving and online play functionality.
PC Game: Fallout 4
If you only buy one game this year, make sure it's Fallout 4. Bethesda's new post-apocalyptic adventure is a juggernaut in terms of content and replayability, offering hundreds upon hundreds of hours of FPS and RPG action. Pushing the franchise to new heights with massive overhauls in every department, players can fully customize and mod up their weapons and armor, craft settlements and bases, and deck out their characters with a massive PERK system. Due to quick mod support and improved frame rates, the PC version of Fallout 4 is definitely the one to get. Check out our official guide to see how the PC console commands can spice up your experience.
Console Game: Rare Replay
If you've picked up the Xbox One already (or plan to do so), it's hard to look past Rare Replay, a collection of 30 games including some of the biggest titles from the past two decades. Rare is a developer known for quality, and this catalogue of their history will have you either walking down memory lane or discovering just why so many of their games are discussed today and why so many fans are hanging out for something new from the UK outfit. Whichever way you cut it, 30 games for a discounted retail price is a bargain. Read our full review here.
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