Sunday, 30 December 2012

Top 10 Best of the Best Gadgets - 2012

2012, the year in which we found drastic development in Gadgets. We had already listed the Best Android mobile Phones of 2012 , But now we have made a list of Top 10 Best Gadgets of the year which were best in their class, which were sold for best price and mainly which touched the hearts of the people.

Samsung Galaxy S3
 I know what you're thinking. Again. And, again, this smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy SIII, the winner of the Android race 2012 ,even its the best smartphone there is, on any OS. Samsung Galaxy S III the successor of Samsung Galaxy SII is the best selling phone which even overtook the most expected iPhone 5.

 Samsung Galaxy SIII is thinner and flashier than its nearest competitor HTC ONE X+. The Mobile Phone has 4.8" AMOLED screen of resolution 1280x720 with the pixel density of 306ppi.  This screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 2. This combination gives you ultimate pleasure in watching movies and in hardcore gaming.

 The Smartphone king of 2012 is powered by 1.4GHz Quad-core Exynos 4 Processor with Mail-400 GPU and 1GB RAM which is the ultimate combination for Gaming. The storage options like 16/32/64GB and expandable up to 64GB gives you lot of space to store lot of games and movies.

 The biggest testament to the Galaxy SIII's power, though,is Pop Up Play. which allows you to watch a video in one window while simultaneously gaming or browsing in another. Throw in the handset's awesome battery life and the S III is very hard to resist.

Samsung Galaxy SIII's stunning 8MP camera is the best in class which can capture 1080p videos at 30fps and a front 1.9MP camera capable of taking 720p videos.

Now the most impressive thing is the software. Samsung Galaxy SIII comes with Android 4.0 which is spiced with Samsung's TouchWiz UI. The S III intuitively knows when you're looking at it, dimming the display when you look away. It even works with glasses. When you want to switch from text chat to a call just lift your phone to your ear, it will call automatically.

Retina MacBook Pro 15

There’s no mystery to Apple’s overarching approach to designing gadgets: It likes to make ‘em really thin and really light, and it likes to pack in as many pixels as possible. That’s what it did with this high-end laptop, which starts at $2199 and goes way, way up. Its 2800-by-1800 Retina display has nearly five times as many pixels as you’ll get on a more mundane 15” notebook, making for the most ink-on-paper-like images you’ve ever seen on a computer. And as long as you can live with Apple’s less-is-more philosophy — you don’t get an optical drive or Ethernet — this 4.6-lb. aluminum powerhouse is a joy to use.  Those without unlimited funds should take a look at the 13” MacBook Pro with Retina Display, which brings similar features to a machine with a $1699 starting price.

Samsung Galaxy Note II

The Big and Beautiful Phablet Samsung Galaxy Note II is the best multi-tasking phone yet. The phone's  5.55" Super AMOLED display and Samsung's multiscreen features allows you to run many apps at a time via multitasking and Popup Play. The 16:9 screen has resolution of 1280x720 which is best for watching movies and playing games.

 Like the size of the phones its has also got huge power, it is powered by 1.6GHz Quadcore Exynos Processor with 2GB RAM. The phone has storage options as 16/32/64GB + 64GB expandable.

The Best part of the phone is S-pen which is the first in its type which makes Note II unique. the brilliant 8MP rear camera can capture 1080p videos at 30fps and a Front camera of 1.96MP which even capture videos at 720p.

Microsoft Surface with Windows RT

 For 37 years now, Microsoft has built software for other companies’ devices. With the Surface tablet, which starts at $499, it finally designed a PC of its own — one of the sleekest, most ambitious devices ever to run Windows. The magnesium case looks and feels good and the integrated kickstand is beautifully done. And the super-thin magnetic keyboard cover — included with the $599 Surface, or $119.99 on its own —  is way better than on-screen typing. There’s one big catch: Windows RT, Surface’s operating system, needs far more applications before it’s ready to compete with the iPad. But the device itself is so slick that it leaves you rooting for RT to take off.

Nike + FuelBand

It may seem that FuelBand went on sale for a long time, but in fact was the strength of the year, if not less. In our review of the gadget's all written as detailed as possible, and add nothing special to me - he said the steps made to move, can show you the time synchronized via Bluetooth with a variety of devices and long running in standalone mode. If you want a normal thing to keep track of the activity, without FuelBand not do.

Sony Cyber-shot RX100

Sony’s $649.99 camera looks handsome and fits in your pocket. Nothing remarkable about that. But the pictures it takes are exceptional: Sony stuffed a one-inch sensor inside the RX100’s trim case, letting it take much, much nicer snapshots than even better-than-average point-and-shoot cameras. If you want to take photos with a bokeh effect — a razor-sharp subject in front of a pleasingly blurred background — and don’t want to deal with a bulky digital SLR or Micro Four-Thirds camera, this is the model you want. Low-light performance is also outstanding.

iPhone 5

Apple may be responsible for more than its share of the tech industry’s great leaps forward, but it’s at least as good at fussing over the tiny little details other companies ignore. The iPhone 5, which starts at $199 with a two-year contract, is one of the most artfully polished gadgets anyone’s ever built, with a taller screen than previous iPhones built into a thinner, lighter case. The camera, with a particularly well-done panorama mode, is another highlight. There are lots of nifty smartphones out there, including the iPhone’s impressive archrival, Samsung’s Galaxy S III. But when it comes to melding hardware, software and services so tightly that the seams fade away, Apple still has no peer.

Nokia Lumia 920

If you suddenly want to step back away from all of the current trends, stand out, tired of "Galaxy" and "iPhones", there is one gadget that appeared this year. Just for those who are fed up with everything. This Nokia Lumia 920. The device can not be called the best, so as to buy is not easy - the deficit. Not because of sour cream, but because very few deliver. Here Windows Phone, a good camera, interesting design, most importantly, it is a toy for the rare enthusiasts willing to buy something for the sake of interest to technology. May be willing to support their favorite group. Help financially. Participate. In the end, you can estimate the risks and benefits, to think, to buy Samsung Galaxy SIII, or iPhone 5 at the same time and the Nokia 1280 (just in case). And so it will help.

Nokia 1280

Ideal second phone and the best phone Nokia this year, there is a place and design, and functionality, and price is one of the best, only 700 rubles! No problems with the synchronization, installation programs and other nonsense, here simply do not need to synchronize and set the program. Let's hope next year to make the model Nokia Nokia 1280i, adding there is one game or xenon lamp.


Is it possible to love a thermostat? Yes, if it’s Nest — the brainchild of Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers, two former Apple employees who brought along everything they learned designing iPods when they formed a startup to build a $249 “learning thermostat.” With its round stainless steel case, color touchscreen and elegant software, Nest has Apple-like panache. More important, it can help you save energy and money: It uses a motion sensor to crank down your HVAC system when you’re not at home, and encourages you to keep the temperature just a tad warmer or cooler than usual if it’ll conserve energy. Rarely has anything so mundane been so engaging.

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