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Tuesday, 26 February 2013

10 Most Awaited Gadgets of 2013

This is my top 10 most awaited gadgets for 2013
#10 Google Glass
The amazing product of Google,
Google Glass, a “wearable
computing system” got Best
Invention of 2012 Awards and
people became cognizant of its
embellished and increased real
world capabilities. Google Glass
Project is a program by Google’s
R & D team to develop an
augmented reality head-
mounted display (HMD). This
product would display info like
Smartphone hands-free and
could interact with the Internet
via natural language voice
commands. Google’s Android is
used in the glasses as Operating
System. This gadget includes
features like video chatting,
accessible maps, internet
viewing, photo capture and
sharing.
#9 Samsung Galaxy S4
Samsung’s follow-up to the
popular Android phone of all
time has never gone unnoticed
on our eyes since the company
commenced japing its CES
announcement some weeks ago.
According to many industry
experts, unlike the Galaxy S III,
the next-gen Galaxy will flaunt
the latest specs including a
2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB
RAM, and 13MP rear camera.
Samsung is also expected to
debut its 5.5-inch flexible-
display. Some other reports cites
that the Galaxy S IV will be
introduced at the Mobile World
Congress in February, otherwise
expect to see it in few months
time.
#8 Xbox 720
Although Microsoft didn’t
confirm the full details of its
publicized “720,” a holiday
launch of this next generation
system is about to take place.
The gaming device is available
with its Kinect technology
upgrades, Xbox Live interface,
and graphics hardware. Console
mock-ups will deluge the web
and company will be unveiling
a final design of this device at
E3 expo. This Xbox 720 video
game console is a successor to
the Xbox 360 and will hit the
stores some time in 2013.
#7 Apple Bluetooth Watch
Big companies like Microsoft
and Sony had unsuccessful
attempts at the smart watch
market. It’s Apple’s turn now.
iPod Nano was the smallest ever
device with a screen designed by
Apple, and it has a 1.55-inch
display and 24-hour battery life.
This device doesn’t have video
playback, but it became a
widely known gadget when
third-party companies
discovered it could double as a
wrist watch. That was when
Apple decided to enter into this
area. According to reports, we
may see an iWatch this year.
#6 Google Touch Chromebooks
First set of notebooks from
Google were not well received.
After the arrival of Samsung
Chromebook , which enchanted
the users, it appears like the
company is ready to launch its
own line of 13-inch touch based
machines which will hit the
markets in early half of 2013.
According to the Commercial
Times, around 20 million units
are already being put into
production process.
#5 Amazon Smartphone
The boomy and continuous
success of Amazon’s e-reader
and tablet divisions opened the
path for this retail online giant
to come in the cell phone
market. Rumors came from the
Taiwan Economic News that
Amazon gave a deal to Foxconn
to manufacture its first ever
Smartphone. According to the
same report, the device will run
on the Android platform and
will carry a consumer-friendly
price tag. The report also says a
second generation Kindle Fire
HD tablet is also in the
production pipeline.
#4 iPhone 5S
Apple is going to launch its next
version of iPhone by mid of
2013, which could be named as
iPhone 5S or 6. According to
Peter Mises of Business Insider,
the device will feature a Super
HD camera/screen, a better
battery, and NFC. This is not the
end; the device will support an
IGZO screen for improved
Retina display and 128GB
storage along with 6 different
color options.
#3 Sony C650X Odin
Sony’s Smartphone C650X Odin
gained a buzz following some
leaked shots months ago. This
phone will be heading into CES
(Consumer Electronics Show)
soon. The device is bruited to
feature a 5-inch 1080p screen,
quad-core Qualcomm
Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset, and
2GB of RAM. The Xperia series
series continues to struggle on
the domestic front, whereas
Odin has the potential to keep
the company in the Android
hunt.
#2 Toshiba 84-inch “Quad
Full” HDTV
We have already seen the High
Quality 4K TVs from SONY and
LG, now Toshiba will be joining
this field with its 84-inch “Quad
Full HD” 4K TV Set . The device
is powered by the
manufacturer’s CEVE Engine
and provides a gigantic
3840*2160 resolution. Pricing
and details of this device is not
available till now.
#1 Apple TV
We used to hear about Apple’s
revolutionary TV during Steve
Jobs era. After months of
speculation, CEO Tim Cook said
in an interview with NBC’S
Brian Williams that the
company has an area of interest
on the segment of television
market. According to the
reports, Apple is searching for
flat-screen panels within the 46
to 55 inch range, while on the
other hand Wall Street Journal
reports that suppliers of
electronic consumer goods have
commenced testing the top-
secret-product. A couple of
features like Siri integration,
iCloud support, and iDevice
compatibility are being
publicized.
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