Are you a “techno-geek” waiting for new technological innovation? Do you like to have the full fun of new technological devices? Are you looking for something newer, cheaper, and much efficient than before? If yes, you can obtain it easily by keeping in touch with various technology magazines and journals.
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It is an undeniable fact that technology companies are trying to attain an edge over their competitors by introducing more integrated, responsible, and fantastical technological devices without significantly increasing their costs. Therefore, in this ever-changing digital age, you have a chance to acquire your most desired tech gadgets at a competitive price. Typically, newer models are released with similar prices, but boasting of superior functionality and features.
Some of the most high-tech and anticipated gadgets scheduled to hit the market in 2014 are listed below (note: some images are concepts of yet-to-be-released products):
10. Blackberry 10
Its scheduled 2012 release never came to pass. Rumor is that Research in Motion (RIM), BlackBerry’s manufacturer, has a plan to release it in January of 2014. Its browser is marketed as being faster than any browser ever used in a smartphone.
9. The Scanadu Scout
It is a Star Trek-like device from Scanadu. It will be available in 2014. It can change the face of fitness. Within 10 seconds, it can measure and monitor all of your vital signs. It can measure your blood pressure, respiratory rate, temperature, heart beat rate, etc.
8. iPad 5
6. Amazon Phone
Lined with Kindle philosophy and smarter technology, the Amazon Phone will appear on the scene in 2014. It has received state-of-the-art software integration and leading edge hardware installation for making it more advances and advantageous. It has created a new buzz among the phone aficionados.
5. The Stealth Remote
4. Smartphone that Bends
3. Fujitsu Lifebook
2. Microsoft Surface Pro
1. Valve’s Steam Machine (???)
Although Valve hasn’t confirmed a release date, the Internet has seen plenty of buzz over its conceptual Steam Machine. The console would support Steam’s existing library, as well as new titles developed expressly for the Steam Machine. The beta build featured either an Intel Core i7-4770, i5-4570, and i3; a 3 GB Nvidia GeFore GTX line graphics card; 16 GB RAM; and a 1 TB hard drive.
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