In year 2014 we have seen an astounding range of incredible gadgets and mobile apps launched in various segments. Some of them were brand new entrants and some were the simple upgrades to the existing one. Find here the top 10 gadgets of the year 2014 that made the news.
Most Popular Gadgets Launched In 2014
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a premium Fablet device from Samsung. The device has 5.7 inch screen with 16 MP rear and 3.7MP front camera.
iPad Air 2
This is the upgraded version of the most popular Apple iPad. It’s 6.1 mm in width and has an anti-reflecting coating. The device is available in the market at 45900.
Though, Smartwatch devices are in their infancy, leading gadget makers like LG, Samsung and Motorola have already launched their Smartwatch gadgets.
E- Book Reader
Amazon, who stormed the digital reading world with its e-book reader Kindle series, has presented its upgraded version Amazon kindle next generation. Its processor works 20 times faster than its predecessor. You can buy it for 5999.
Google has introduced its long awaited device Google Chromecast in the Indian market late this year. Similar to a pen drive in looks, this is a high quality Chromecast media streaming device.
Apple Macbook Air
The device is the upgraded version of Apple Macbook air. The device is powered with 4th generation Intel processor and available in 11 inch and 13 inch variants.
Play Station 4
For game enthusiasts, Sony launched ‘Playstation 4’ in India this year. In terms of design and software, this is believed to be the most powerful game console so far. The device is available to the gamers for 39, 990.
Sony RX 100 III
Sony RX 100 III is Sony’s pin and shoot professional compact camera. This high end camera has a robust imaging hardware. The device is available to the users for 54990.
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