Some of the upcoming gadgets that will catch your eyes in 2012

Posted by Community Member On Sunday, June 24, 2012 0 comments
Upcoming Gadgets
-->2011 was okay for the world of gadgets and for the gizmos but most of them are waiting for the latest ones for the year 2012. There’s too much of excitement in the year 2012 as the gadget season will be a better and a flashier one. While we all were waiting for the dual-core tablets a few days back, with the onset of 2012, we’re looking forward to the quad-core revolution. Gone are the days of Android 3.0 and Google Chrome OS as this is the time for Android 4.0 and Windows 8! Have a look at some of the coolest gadgets that you should know about if you’re a gizmo or a gadget-freak.
  • Amazon Kindle Fire: This is only out in the United States of America as of now and for all the other countries like the UK, it still remains a gadget. The reviews here and there call it a brilliant media consumption electronic device that doesn’t burn your wallet and this makes it the best gadget in the year 2012. All of us are interested to know the video streaming options and all the content that it can launch outside the US.

  • Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime: When it comes to horsepower, this is where tablets start to gain momentum. The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is among the first Nvidia Tegra 3 tablet that carries a quad-core processing and the amazing graphics performance and this can also be called a portable device. The device is even unbelievably thin and light-weight and this makes it too portable.

  • Windows 8 tablet: When it comes to Windows 8, there are lots of questions that need to be answered. Though there is not much information, but yes, Microsoft is certainly coming up with the best among the tablets. Until Microsoft pulls it off, you got to wait for this device to reveal itself in the market.
Therefore, when you want to upgrade yourself by owning the best gadgets, you may take into account the above mentioned points so that you can easily stay stylish and also technically sound.


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