The year 2011 has proven to be digitally revolutionizing, with technology has undergone a considerably drastic evolution and with diversified changes in just about all areas like gadgets. After paying off the auto insurance bill, you’re bound to have some leftover money for a few new toys.
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The top 8 must have gadgets of 2012 are featured here with an explanation
Regarding why they are the must have gadgets of this year. Consider it to be a gadget’s survivor guide for the year of 2012 after paying off your car insurance bill.
8 Must Have Gadgets 2012
1. Apple iPad 2
Not only does the iPad 2 feature the trademark thin and light design that all Apple products have, but it is even more loaded with features than its larger counterparts. With a dual-core A5 chip and a 10 hour battery life, users will have no problem taking advantage of the 200+ new software features — such as i Cloud — that were presented along with the release of the iOS 5. Along with two cameras for high-definition video recording and Face-time, there are so many features the iPad 2 claims to its name.
2. Sony Xperia Play
What was once a fantasy has now become reality. In addition to being a great gaming platform, the Sony Xperia Play actually is a full-fledged Android smart phone. The gaming controls slide out of the side, giving you the power to jump right into a street fight or behind the wheel of a car. This PlayStation-certified device lets you enjoy all of your favorite Sony games at any time. Game over? Update your Facebook status or invite a friend to explore apps on the Android Market.
3. Motorola Droid Pro
Another decent addition to the phone market, the Motorola Droid Pro is capable of keeping up with your busy and fast-paced life. It features a seamless integration of contacts, email and calendar that allows you to remain fully productive, even if you are out of the office or out of the country.
4. LG Optimus 2x
One of the major things that the LG Optimus 2x is known for is for being the first smartphone out of the gate to feature a dual-core processor. This new smartphone manufactured by LG runs on the powerful Android 2.2 (Froyo), ensuring a more intuitive and comfortable user experience and quicker performance, from fast application start-up and quick web browsing to an absence of lag with multitasking.
5. HTC Flyer
Boasting the ability to “fly through the web wherever you go,” the HTC Flyer is conveniently light and compact for travel while still remaining considerably powerful, thanks to its rather fast 1.5 GHz processor. This property coupled with a 7-inch display, it makes the perfect device to quickly browse the web on a business trip, in the car or right in the comfort of your bed. To add to its list of outstanding features, it comes with support for Adobe Flash, an easy to use look-up tool that lets you quickly check Wikipedia, as well as multi-window browsing with the support for pinching to zoom.
6. Samsung Galaxy Tablet
Indeed, the Samsung 7-inch tablet does not have size to boast when compared to the 9.7-inch device by Apple. Though there are only a mere couple of inches in difference between both machines, it winds up making a huge difference — the Samsung tab is roughly half the size as the iPad. Nonetheless, it comes with numerous features that will satisfy its users.
7. BlackBerry Playbook
Packed with a rapid 1 GHz dual core processor, the BlackBerry Playbook comes with a ton of performance in its 7-inch multi-touch display. With ten hours of battery life, this tablet is capable of handling even tasks that are very demanding. Coupled with the newest and latest BlackBerry Tablet OS, true multitasking finally exists — the critical level of reliability that you can count on.
8. Windows 8 Tablet
The Windows 8 Tablet might be one of the most sought-after and carefully watched devices of 2012, and while there are plenty of good reasons for this, there is one minor problem with it. Microsoft is spending plenty of money, time and effort into turning Windows 8 into an operating system that fully supports touch navigation and that will work whether it is on the desktop or on a tablet, both x86 and ARM hardware. However, in order for Microsoft to be able to put Windows inside of a tablet, it winds up having to turn the other cheek on the the familiar x86 architecture, instead placing all of the focus on ARM hardware, which is much more power-efficient.
There are plenty of gizmos and gadgets you should consider with the turn of 2012 among the world. However, these are the top eight devices that you should turn your eye to before everything else. These are the must have gadgets that all of your Christmas savings are designed for.