Year 2013 provided some great gadgets along with some complete trash. We are here with our roundup for the year 2013 listing the top 10 gadgets which are either in the development or are already launched. One thing though shared by all the top 10 gadgets is the uniqueness and enhanced technology for better user experience.
A list of Top 10 Gadgets of year 2013
Number 1 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
Sony Lens Cameras: This gadget really made a unique presence when Japanese Tech-Giant introduced this concept at the event of IFA Berlin 2013. Terming it be Lens Camera, it was categorized as an accessories for smartphones and tablets. The lens camera worked with all Android and iOS devices which were able to support Sony PlayMemories App. Sony Lens camera was capable working as a standalone camera as well as an accessory for your smartphone to enhance it’s imaging experience.
Number 2 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
YotaPhone: This one seemed to be the most innovative creation of year 2013. With the dual-display configuration, YotaPhone features an always-on E-Ink display on one side, as well as a regular LCD on the other side. The phone’s Unique Selling Point is its ‘always on’ feature.
Number 3 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
Pebble: Smartwatch as of today is now a common word now ever since Sony and Samsung entered it launched their products. However we are here to report about Pebble SmartWatch – A watch which probably offers much wider ranges of features than its rivals. Pebble SmartWatch after being started as a project back in 2012, went under mass production in 2013 after sufficient fund raise in very less time.
Number 4 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
Leap Motion: Taking the motion sensing to the next level, Leap Motion enables GCI (Gesture Control Interface) with 10inputs. LeapMotion 3D controller uses an infrared sensor along with multiple cameras to operate. It also features an app store (named AirSpace) for its users to make the most out of this gadget.
Number 5 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
Google Chromecast: The best device to stream internet content like videos from your smartphone or PC’s on your TV.
Number 6 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
Oculus Rift: The Oculus Rift, a VR goggle, is an attempt for bringing Virtual Reality to reality. At present, it is still in its early stages. Though this will take a considerable amount of time to get finalized but we are pretty much sure that after getting critical acclaims and funding sources, It would be a reality one day.
Number 7 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
Nvidia Shield: Nvidia Shield features a Flip-Top display and Full-Fledged controls to let you play your android games on it. It also allows you to stream your pc games on your device while both the devices are in same Wi-Fi network. At present, it is available in US and Hong Kong but we think it would soon be globalized. The portable gaming device features a flip-top display and full-fledged game controller, allowing users to play their favourite Android games on it, apart from, more excitingly, allowing users to stream their PC games onto the device, whilst connected on the same Wi-Fi network.
Number 8 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
PaperTab: PaperTab is a concept gadget unveiled at CES 2013 event. It portrayed a tablet as thin as a paper which could be bent and twisted and dropped. Queen’s University in Canada developed this device with 10.7 inch display and a second generation i5 processor. Plastic Logic and Intel were the developer partners.
Number 9 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
Samsung Curved OLED: You might have seen a curved smartphone, but we are talking about a curved TV. Samsung unveiled world’s first curved OLED TV at CES 2013 event. Samsung termed it to be a display which provided more depth in the images quality and also provided a great panorama effect. LG following Samsung soon unveiled their curved TV as well.
Number 10 in Top 10 Gadgets of 2013
HAPIfork: Nothing could have been much effecting in controlling your fat intake. HAPIfork is a fork which comes with a fat handle. The fat handle contains electronics and a battery, which powers a motion sensor. In case you are too fast, the fork will warn you by vibrating.
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