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Teenage Engineering has built a cult following thanks to its attractive, completely unique range of electronics. (The brand’s pocket synth, which looks like someone ripped the face of a TI-83, is a personal fave.) Next year you’ll have a chance to get your hands on some of the the sought-after gear, and all it will take is a trip to your local IKEA. The two companies are teaming up for FREKVENS, a collection of quirky audio products that will only cost you $5–$95, according to AdAge. The range will include a turntable, some funky speakers, and even lighting so you can turn your living room into some sort of weird-ass nightclub. The idea here is to bring the party to your pad, so blinking lights connect to the speakers and form a what looks like a sort of mini DJ booth. The collection should hit stores early next year.

ROBOROCK IFTO

Ditch the mop, broom, and the vacuum while crossing off the never ending chore of keeping your floor clean for good with the Roborock S6 Robot Vacuum and Mop. With its high-precision laser navigation system, virtual barriers, programmable mapping and scheduling, efficiency-based cleaning algorithms, best-in-class battery, suction powerful enough to lift ball bearings and automatic recharging, this all-in-one robot cleaner puts all other options to shame. Better yet, you can save up to 40% off when you get yours  here.