June has been a busy and exciting month in the What Hi-Fi? test rooms, with a number of big new products making their debut.
This has been reflected in our list of the most popular products on the website - we've seen new entries across a wide range of product categories, from TVs to tablets, DACs to wireless speakers.
Such has been the influx of new kit, only two products survive from May's list.
Top spot goes to the new Apple Pad Pro 10.5in tablet, closely followed by our hands-on with the company's first Siri-controlled smart speaker, the HomePod. KEF's Q350 stereo speakers complete the top three.
LG's entry-level OLED55B7V is the only TV featured in the list and sits in fourth place.
1. Apple iPad Pro 10.5in
Tested at £1020
Pricey, but the latest Pro cements Apple's position at the top of the premium tablet market.
2. Apple HomePod
Apple now has a smart speaker to rival Amazon, Google et al, but should they be worried?
3. KEF Q350
Tested at £530
The KEF Q350s offer a sophisticated, insightful presentation that's beyond their modest price.
More after the break
4. LG OLED55B7V
Tested at £3000
The B7 is arguably the sweet spot of LG's 2017 OLEDs and a great premium choice.
5. Denon AVR-X2400H
Tested at £500
It's not a giant leap forward, but this feature-packed Denon amp is now the one to beat at this price.
6. Audio Technica AT-LP3
Tested at £200
This brilliant budget turntable combines features and performance to great effect.
7. Sony MDR-1000X
8. Sennheiser M2 Momentum IEi
9. Denon D-M41DAB
Tested at £380
Proof that great pound-for-pound hi-fi sound doesn't always mean several separate components.
10. Chord Hugo 2
Tested at £1800
£1800 is a not inconsiderable sum for a DAC, but the Hugo 2 proves well worth it.