Scalextric and Tech21’s iPhone 13 Pro case join our gadget Lust List

This week’s newest gadgets (Metro.co.uk)

It’s always nice to see the return of a classic, which is why we’re listing a Scalextric set in this week’s Lust List.

And not just any Scalextric, but one based on the iconic car from the Back to the Future films.

As well as revisiting our childhood this week, we’ve been casting an eye over some of the latest cutting-edge tech. A robot that patrols your home, perchance?

Naturally, with the likes of the iPhone 13 arriving this autumn, there’s a hoard of decent accessories to pair it with. We’ve scouted out one of our favorite rugged cases for the job.

Scalextric DeLorean

The Scalextric DeLorean

The Scalextric DeLorean

The time-hopping DeLorean is without a doubt one of the most iconic cars in Hollywood history.

Now it’s been reincarnated in miniature form, while injecting a bit of retro fun into the slot-racing brand.

£49.99, uk.scalextric.com

Tech21 Evo Max iPhone 13 Pro case

The Tech21 Evo Max case

The Tech21 Evo Max case

If you’ve spent several hundred on a new iPhone 13 Pro, you’ll want to make sure it’s protected properly.

This handy rugged case from Tech21 offers 20ft drop protection and extra layers of super-strong impact material to ensure protection against the elements.

‘It’s fully compatible with Apple’s MagSafe charger and can be bought with a special holster that doubles up as a kickstand. Tough stuff.’

£39.95, tech21.com

ScoutPro power bank

The ScoutPro power bank

The ScoutPro power bank

This gargantuan 24,000mAh power bank is strong enough to charge laptops, with built-in wireless charging options for your Apple or Samsung smartwatch.

Chunky but terrific, it’s a camper/festival-goer’s best friend.

From £132, intelli.co

Enabot Ebo SE

The Enabot Ebo SE

The Enabot Ebo SE

Part security guard, part remote control camera.

This ball-shaped bot features a microphone, speakers and camera to stealthily roam your home in security mode with motion-based auto-recording, or audibly interact with whoever or whatever’s at home.

£119, amazon.co.uk

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