Top 5 Must Have Gadgets In 2010

The level of sophistication that is present in our lives today is really incredible. The consistent improvement provided by science and technology is what amazes one and all. Whether you work as a lawyer or are a budding engineering student, everybody wants to look cool. The number of gadgets flooding the market today is voluminous and the problem lies in separating the best from the rest. The gadgets given here are so innovative that at one point or the other they have all been claimed to be engineering marvels. The simplest of these gadgets may seem complicated at first but once you get the hang of using it, it’s just like riding a bike.  Without further ado, here is a list of a few select gadgets that have made it to the top this year.

Alienware M11x



If you prefer laptop’s that are light and thin then the new Alienware M11x will blow your mind. However, it’s not all looks for the M11x as it is powered by a ULV core 2 duo in combination with a high performing NVIDIA GT335M GPU. This single fact makes it one of the more powerful compact laptop’s present in the market today. Priced at $799 for the lower end models, it is worth every cent you pay for it. If you happen to be a gamer then you can make a trip to heaven and back for just $800. It is that good.

Apple iPad (16GB)


The much awaited Apple iPad does not fail to amaze. Steve Jobs has proven once again that innovation is possible even after you have reached the peak of creativity. This extremely handy device does everything short of shooting rainbows. An amalgamation of your laptop, your gaming console, your iPod and your Smartphone, this gadget is probably a must have for every wired home. The absence of an integrated video camera is disappointing but not worth fretting over. This 8×10- inch tablet does not use conventional operating systems (OS) to run it but instead uses the same OS that powers the iPhone. Now, how cool is that?

Audioengine 5 Speakers


This speaker goes out to all the metalheads. With a sound quality that matches that of the iPod Hi-Fi, this speaker houses a dual class AB monolithic amplifier that has a high rating of 45W RMS/70W peak per channel. With a rated frequency of 60Hz-22kHz +/-1.5dB you know you can’t go wrong. A common worry when getting speakers that use huge magnets is the problem when using them next to a CRT screen. This problem however has been neatly tackled by shielding them to prevent magnetic interference.

Droid Incredible


Their tagline says it all- ‘quietly brilliant’. HTC’s latest Droid Incredible has set a new benchmark that all upcoming Smartphones must aspire to beat. Apart from being blazingly fast, running on android 2.1, possessing an 8 megapixel camera and 8GB of internal memory it also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and 3G. The display that the Incredible boasts of is much smoother and vibrant than any other phone on the market. Not sticking to the usual norms, HTC uses its own style in the buttons and the Keypad which works out to their benefit as the buttons are much bigger and easier to type on than any other phone using the Android. In short, the word Incredible was used in the product for a reason.

Klipsch Image S4i earphones with mic


You need them early in the morning when you get up, you need them at office when you are working, you need them when you walk back home, you need them when you go for your evening jog, you need them when you eat, you need them when you go to bed, and repeat. They are that good. Priced at $100, these earphones offer an amazing sound quality for its price. Also included in its features are an attached mic, a call answer button, your iPod playback controls and other handy accessories like a storage box and a cleaning tool.

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