This is not in any order other than the order I write them down at the end of the day, this is not a exact or accurate list in any way shape or form and shouldn't be considered as a GUIDE.

1 - Apple Magic Keyboard, since I have been rocking the Apple iPad Air 5th generation tablet as a daily driver in terms of the tablet it would make a lot of sense to have adapted the magic keyboard in to my system and load out with that iPad. I also love how well thought out it is, and how it is basically freestanding that's definitely something that makes it a rock solid solution especially for lap use.

2 - Sony LinkBuds - Sony LinkBuds these have been hated on and loved at the same time, and I want to get my bite of the LinkBug, and see what the downlow is on the buds at the end of the day, the concept is definitely unique and quite niche but how has it been executed, can it succeed? One of the major concerns I have seen is the lack of battery life with these buds. I guess only time will tell if these are a good solution.

3 - iPad Mini - If you know me you would know that I have been mentioning for such a long time that the iPad Mini is a piece of kit that I really want to get my hands on, like HELL YES!! But like all things Apple and rumors is now a good time to buy a iPad Mini or not? I am guessing not to be honest with you, I feel like a replacement model is just around the corner.

4 - Sony LinkBuds S - This the ANC version of the Linkbuds which these really do look DOPE as and I am keen to try these out due to their smaller form factor over the WF1000XM4 and I think that's a strong bonus at the end of the day if you ask me but I could be wrong, but I could also be right to, who knows. The Linkbuds look have been a solid unit based on what I have seen but at the end of the day, they are lacking wireless charging but so is the LinkBuds I think Sony went for compact, and ditched wireless charging but it's 2022 and wireless charging is a pretty big bonus for me due to the simple fact I have reverse wireless charging with my phone.

5 - DJI MINI 3 PRO - If you've seen any of the content in Echuca or Moama, you'd quickly notice that I do a lot with drones when I had a drone, but however I haven't had a drone for ages at the moment and that's disappointing I miss the feeling of getting up their and flying around and capturing some amazing aerial stuff, but sadly this happens and it can't be avoided would be nice if it could be avoided.

6 - Sony SRS-XE200 - This new speaker looks like it can handle things like a champ and for me that's a really big focus on point on choosing speakers that I use on the daily or travel with, I have had a lot of speakers over the years come and go and I keep bouncing back to Bose for travel speakers and that's just a fact of life. Not to mention it comes in ORANGE, don't forget it comes in ORANGE you had me at ORANGE sony. I am shallow I know. I feel like the pricing of $249.00 does put in the league of the JBL Charge 5 and the Bose SoundLink Flex and that's not a bad thing, but this is dependent on how it sounds and how it functions at the end of the day cause music and audio quality and tonal range is subjective.

7 - LoupeDeck + - Some might say working in the work flow I use with DaVinci I am better off with a speed editor and maybe I am but I like the concept of the LoupeDeck+ and I feel like that may fit my work flow a little better but only time would tell and that's a concept I would need to find out for my self through trail and error and set up - it could most definitely be interesting and that's just a matter of a fact.