Editor’s Picks for Best Digital Products of 2012: Tap, Zip and Hip

The December issue of Appliance Retailer magazine includes the annual Editor's Picks for Best Digital Products of 2012. Current.com.au will be featuring the products selected as the best of the best over the coming days – to find out the full list, pick up a copy of Appliance Retailer's December issue.

Asus Google Nexus 7 (from $249) & Asus Taichi (from $1,599)

A nice double shot from Taiwanese manufacturer Asus. After partnering with Google to develop the best 7-inch tablet on the market, Asus turned to Windows 8 for its unique, dual screen notebook/tablet Taichi device. With these releases, plus the PadFone and Transformer gadgets, Asus is defining itself as the most innovative and creative PC developer.

Read more about Google Nexus 7 here
Read more about Asus Taichi here

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Libratone Zipp (from $499)

These beautiful wireless speakers from Denmark are the epitome of high-end design and technology. Capable of four hours playback via AirPlay, the Zipp does not need a Wi-Fi network to connect to iPhones, iPads, iPods and Mac computers. The wool covers are interchangeable to match décor and the cylindrical design creates a 360-degree audio experience.

Olympus OM-D E-M5 (from $1,199)

In a big year for digital cameras aimed at hipsters, Olympus provided the most authentic retro model with its OM-D Micro Four-Thirds system camera. The 16-megapixel sensor is complemented with world class autofocus speeds, 5-axis image stabiliser and a 3-inch tilting OLED touchscreen.

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