One company that can do no design-wrong (imho) is Teenage Engineering. They're a consumer electronics company and manufacturer from Sweden, founded in 2005 (by Jesper Kouthoofd, David Eriksson, Jens Rudberg and David Möllerstedt and based in Stockholm.
Although I don't really have any use for their products personally (except for the OB-4, which would be amazing, or even a TP-7 just to feel the buttons and switches), their particular brand of not-quite-retro, future industrial design is so rad, and so far removed from the world of featureless, one-button does all, here's a single giant screen style of tech we're currently living with.
This doesn't just apply to their physical products either - even their website is a wonderful, industrial, old/new, analog/digital utilitarian, functional beauty. The vibe is what the high-end version of tech in this fictional world would look like.
Check out this project, originally made for an art installation then re-designed to be made for use in the home. So rad.