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Must Have Gadgets For 2013

Updated on December 25, 2012

Best Gadgets of 2013

It has been a digitally revolutionizing year and technology have witnessed drastic and diversified changes in every area. The top gadgets of 2013 from every area are reviewed here and the reason why it is on the top is explained. If you are looking for cool gadgets to buy for 2013 then it's worth getting all/one of these. This is article is a good gadget survivors guide to 2013.

Kinect For Xbox - Must Have Xbox Accessory

Kinect Sensor is a revolutionary motion sensing device launched by Microsoft. It is a must have accessory for xbox. Ever wanted to learn dance ? Ever felt it too boring to do workouts? Kinect, is here to change all of it. It is a device that can recognize your body structure and movements, thus making your real gestures as inputs to play the game. It is a healthy alternative to people who sit at one place and spend a lot of time in games. If you’ve kids with gaming habits, this is the modern alternative to play with lot of action. In today’s, scenario desktop-like gaming's are suppressing a lot of physical activities that in turn suppress them emotionally from kids. Kinect was launched in October 2010 and by now a lot of specal games for Kinect have been launched and gained popularity. Although, kinect haven’t got enough popularity as the much as the iPad or other tablets, avoiding such a marvellous product with huge potentials will be, shaving the cream off this unbiased review on great products.

You Are The Controller
You Are The Controller

LG Infinia - Must Have 3D TV

3D TVs have been a revolutionary product and found success in taking home theatres to the next level. Today almost all of the popular movies are release as 3D and this is not going to be any different for all the 2013year round. If you love watching movies then having a 3D TV is very essential for the coming years. LG’s Infinia 47LW6500 is an excellent All round HDTV LED 3DTV at a resonable price.

Eye-Fi - Must Have Wi-Fi enabled Memory card

Even the SD cards have gone mobile this year. The Eye-fi have launched a memory card with Wi-Fi connectivity. It can be used inside digital cameras. After taking the pictures, the card transferes all your photos or data to your iPhone, Android phone or laptop via Wi-Fi. You can tweet it or share it on facebook without any hassle. This is a good gadget for people whose favorite shots sinked in the vast space within memory card due to the geeky laziness to connect it to a laptop.

Sony 3D  Handycam HDR-TD10
Sony 3D Handycam HDR-TD10

Sony TD10 - Must Have 3D Camcorder

Ever wanted to capture moments in 3D. The Sony TD10 is the best quality 3D capturing camcorders available. It's best feature is that is uses separate imaging sensors and processors to capture and process the images coming from both the lenses. The result is high qualigy HD output. It is also the world first 3D camcorder to have 10x optical zoom. The LCD is touch enabled and still pictures have a quality of 7.1 mega pixel. It's priced at 1,099$ to 1,499$ .

Casio Tryx
Casio Tryx

Casio Tryx - Must Have Digital Camera

The Casio Tryx comes with stunning design and a lot of great features. The side frame of this digital camera can be flipped open and can be used as a tripod ( something that almost no other camera's come built-in with). The frame also acts as a good grip take hold it the de-facto way.

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    • Nicole S profile image

      Nicole S Hanson 

      6 years ago from Minnesota

      Nice ideas! I would love to have any of these, especially the kinect for xbox, I think those are so neat!

    • alocsin profile image

      alocsin 

      6 years ago from Orange County, CA

      I love gadgets. If only I could afford them all. Voting this Up and Interesting.

    • moiragallaga profile image

      Moira Garcia Gallaga 

      6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Those are some pretty interesting gadgets Nanospeck. The wi-fi enabled memory card appears to be the most intriguing for me, it's probably the first on this list I'm going to check out this year. Thanks for the tip!

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