The Best Gadgets of 2014

Three qualities that every buyer looks for in a gadget are – affordability, usefulness and efficiency. The beginning of the year 2014 was bombarded with newly launched tech gadgets. A plethora of new gadgets were launched across various categories in the market only to feed the addiction of gadget freaks and regular consumers.

Whether it is a laptop or a smartphone or a camera, we bring you a list of some of the hot gadgets recently launched in the market. Items have been narrowed down to the best ones. Keep reading and find out.

Moto G :

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After a hiatus of two year Motorola made their re-entry in the Indian market and launched two Moto G smart phones. The phones come in two variants – one priced at Rs 13,999 supported by 16GB and the other one priced at 12,499 supported by 8GB. The phones run on the latest version of android- Android 4.4(KitKat) and have a 4.5 inch screen resolution of 720p. It sports a rear camera of 5MP while there is a 1.3MP camera on the front side. The processor is 1.2Ghz Quad Core Snapdragon 400 supported by 1GB RAM. It is powered by a battery of 2070mAh and has got options for connectivity for 2G, 3G, microUSB 2.0 and Bluetooth 4.0.

LG G Flex :

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A curved screen smart phone launched by LG in India. G Flex comes with a price tag of 69,000 making it the most expensive android phone in the overall Indian market. With a bit of force the screen bends slightly and it features a self-healing back panel which automatically heals and repairs if there are minor scratches and cuts on the rear side of the device. This phone has a 6inch 720p display screen that when forms a curve vertically when bended slightly by applying some force. It runs of Android Jellybean version 4.2. Some of the other key specifications include a processor of 2.2Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 800, an awesome camera of 13MP as well as 3500mAh Battery.

Philips Norelco QT4070 Vacuum Beard Trimmer:

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Consider getting a trimmer for so many reasons. Well groomed beards look neat and cool. And not only that a trimmer can help you styling your beard in so many ways. It so helpful during cleanup too especially when you are in a hurry and you have to clear the sink which could get very annoying and so electric trimmers can save you from all that trouble. This product from Philips Norelco is very popular among the buyers. This product is priced at $49.99 at Best Buy.

Logitech Powershell :

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Amazingly designed gaming controller for iPhone, Logitech Powershell remote is made up of a rubbery surface which is very comfortable to grasp the body is very sturdy and compact such that it can be carried with much ease in a loose bad. The Powershell of this device is built in such a way such that it slots the iPhone inside. The headphone jack and lock button meanwhile can operated and attainable so that people can listen to audio music and keep their phone locked at the same time. Criticism however has been received on account of the D-pad and absence of analogs sticks. This comes with a price tag of $62.99 at Best Buy.

 Sony Smartwatch 2

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For those buyers who intend to accessorize their smart phones with a gadget Sony Smartwatch 2 is just the right product for them. The built is very simple and pricing is reasonable. It perfectly cuts the gap between being stylish and functional. It is equipped with a plain and basic band of rubber which can be alternated with a belt of leather or metal to add more class to it. Coming to tech specifics, this watch has a flawless 1.6 inch display, a sun readable display that too which just perfectly enables the users to check the notification and to do their usual browsing and reading.

 Waterpebble:

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Those of you who spend a lot of time under the shower and pondering over life’s troubles well here is one interesting gadget for them. Spending more than 40 minutes in a shower is a bit too excessive especially those who have to run to work daily. Chances are that after spending such a long time enjoying your bath you will end up being late in office. So this gadget called Waterpebble assists you and monitors the water flow in your shower and alerts you when it is time to move out of the bathroom. It is customizable according to your wants. This one comes in a cheap budget and the tiny gadget could help you save both water and money. Waterpebble is priced at $11.95 in Amazon.

Mophie Space Pack

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A three in one gadget consisting of a charger, a case and a storage provider. Though it adds a bit of extra bulkiness in the appearance of your iPhone 5/5s, it is a great gadget making up for the insufficient storage space in iPhones. Take note of this point that it does come with a micro SD card slot even. So this one makes a cool complement for it. It also contains a free app called Space Pack which is available on iTunes that enables you to have access to some extra storage space. A good buy for those who do not have continuous access to either back up memory or power sources. This one comes at $149.99 at Best Buy.

Nest Learning Thermostat

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With all the talks going about saving energy and power this one could actually help up in reducing the heating bill. It allows you to control the heat from your smart phone from anywhere in your house. It also equipped with a humidity sensor and a Wi-Fi radio. The designing is extremely stylish which would put to shame any plain white-box thermostat. So if you are in the hunt for those gadgets which would help you to reduce some of your electricity bills and also a deduction in the carbon print then Nest Learning Thermostat is a smart choice for you.

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