A plethora of smartphones, laptops, netbooks and software have given technology fans enough to keep them satisfied this decade. To gadget lovers out there, for sure, you’re all eagerly anticipating the line of new and hip gadgets for 2010. The rise of the applications market, new smartphones, touch screens and more powerful processors have ensured our day-to-day interactions with technology is becoming faster, easier and simply more entertaining. A few of these striking new gadgets have already achieved alot of attention during the last days but here we have rounded up the top 10 gadgets for 2010 that are worth-having!
[box_light]1) Samsung Galaxy s2[/box_light]
Samsung Galaxy S II: One of the biggest competitor to Apple’s iPhone, the Samsung Galaxy S II has sold more than 10 million units since its launch. Among the Galaxy S II’s features are a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM and a Super AMOLED Plus screens, which are stunningly bright and make for an extremely sharp, colorful display. The Samsung Galaxy S II is photo-ready with a built-in 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, with a 2 megapixel cam up front for video chat. All three devices can record video in 1080p HD.
[box_light] 2) Apple iPhone 4S[/box_light]
Apple iPhone 4S: At about four times the US retail price where customers buy mandatory data-service plans, the Apple iPhone 4S still finds buyers among affluent young professionals in India. The final gadget unveiled during Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ lifetime, the new iPhone comes with a faster processor, a better light-sensitive camera, and voice-activated assistant ‘Siri’.
[box_light]3) Samsung Galaxy Tab 750[/box_light]
Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 : Also known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Tab 750 is seen by Apple as a real threat to the iPad. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 inch is an upgraded version of the 7-inch introduced in October. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 runs on Google’s newest Android version and Nvidia’s dual core processor Tegra 2. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 has a bigger and brighter screen and weighs less than the iPad 2. However, it has access to only about half the applications Apple users do at more than 200,000 applications compared with over 425,000 applications from the Apple App store
[box_light] 4) Apple iPad 2[/box_light]
Apple iPad 2: The iPad 2 dominated the tablet market fighting stiff competition from Samsung and other Android based devices. The iPad 2 is 33 per cent thinner and up to 15 percent lighter than its predecessor, while it maintains the same 9.7-inch LED-backlit LCD screen. The dramatically faster iPad 2 boasts a dual-core A5 “system on a chip” processor under the hood, which is good for twice the CPU power and nine times the graphics performance of the original while maintaining the same 10-hour battery life.
[box_light]5) Samsung Galaxy Nexus[/box_light]
Samsung Galaxy Nexus: While there are several smartphone manufacturers that use Google’s Android operating system, the Nexus line is considered the cream of the crop. The combination of Google’s software and Samsung’s hardware makes the Galaxy Nexus one of the best candidates to compete with Apple’s latest iPhone. With the latest version of Android under the hood, Ice Cream Sandwich, the Galaxy Nexus is packed with new and improved features like a massive 4.65-inch touchscreen and the Android Beam, which lets you share such content as a Web page, map or video between two Android phones by bringing the backs of the phones close together.
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