Arkaoss VJ works on Mac and PC, has an intuitive and easy to use interface with loads of features. Looks a bit dated these days and is quite pricey.
Solid build quality with full MP3 support on all features including seamless looping, cue stutter, auto BPM, key-adjust, master tempo on CD and MP3. Sadly no FX.
One of the most cost effective smoke machines on the market, the Magnum 550 has cool features for mobile jocks and small bars and clubs.
One of the slickest analogue DJ mixers around, the Xone:92 features basic Midi control and its famous filters and four-band EQ.
A three-channel mixer with great effects that can add some controlled flare to your mix. The sound quality is pretty good for the price and it features digital faders.
The DJ Console Mk2 is great value for money with software and a hardware controller. The interface has a soundcard and features MIDI control for use with other software.
The scratch DJs favourite, Rane's Serato Scratch Live is the best sounding scratch for turntablists. The only downfall is that it doesn't have many features.
The godfathers of sequencing have a new box of tricks for budding producers.
The new mixer from Alesis fuses studio quality sound with the convenience of iPod recording.
Is this the greatest live performance Midi controller ever, ever, ever?