Parrot is one of the names you think of when someone mentions premium drones, and today you can get one of its Bebop 2 quadcopters (in red) for £299 at Currys. It's got a 300 metre range, streams footage to iOS and Android devices, includes 14MP camera, 8GB of storage, one-touch take-off and landing features, GPS, and a 2,700 mAh battery that promises at least 25 minutes of flight time.
Normally Razer products are quite expensive, but the gaming peripheral company's smartwatch has been given a hefty discount. The Nabu Watch is currently £55.99 at Overclockers UK, and for that price you get fitness tracking (but no heart rate monitor), and a mix of smart and dumb watch features. The dumb watch is fairly typical, lasting 12 months on a single battery with a stopwatch, calendar, countdown, alarms, and all that. The smart features are on a small OLED display that kasts seven days, and syncs across to your smarthphone. The Nabu also offers 5ATM water resistance, and shockproofing up to five metres.
TV & video
- Roku 2 Streaming Media Player (4205E) with Faster Processor (2015 model) now £29.99 at Amazon UK
- Blaupunkt 49/235Z-GB-11B-FGU-UK 49-Inch 1080p Full HD LED TV (Freeview HD, Slim Design) [Energy Class A+] now £259.99 at Amazon UK
- Sony KD65XD7504BU 65 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with Youview, Freeview HD, PlayStation Now (2016 Model) now £1149 at Amazon UK
- Call of Duty Infinite Warfare (incls Zombies in Space and Terminal bonus multiplayer map) on PS4 now £18.85 at Simply Games Ltd
- Hitman: The Complete First Season Steelbook Edition on PS4 & Xbox One now £34.75 at The Game Collection
- No Man's Sky On PS4 now £18.39 at Game
- Far Cry Primal On Xbox One now £16 at Tesco Direct
- Forza Horizon 3 On Xbox One now £24.99 at Game
- HTC Desire 626 5-inch Smartphone with a 13 megapixel camera now £79.99 at O2 Mobiles