Bang & Olufsen's H9s are quite possibly the nicest headphones I've ever used. I think I'm in love. They're however also the most expensive headphones I've ever used, and as such, they're not necessarily the easiest purchase to justify.
The Moto Z is a brilliant execution of an average idea. Through its Moto Mods system, Motorola has turned the idea of a modular smartphone where you can add and remove features on the fly into a simple, easy-to-use feature set. The problem is they're fun, but not necessary.
Don't let the lack of a massive redesign put you off, the iPhone 7 is more exciting than it first seems. If you're looking to upgrade - and aren't put off by the lack of a headphone jack - Apple's kitted out the iPhone 7 with enough nice-to-have features to still make it feel like a big step forward.
Fitbit's Charge 2 is an easy to recommend fitness tracker for those after a bit more than the "basics" and a healthy dose of motivation. Continuous heartrate monitoring, an amazing companion app, and a five to six day battery life are all standout features. On the other hand, the lack of water resistance and a somewhat bulky design may put some off.
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