Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014
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This year brought a lot of improvements and exciting changes to technology. Apple takes the lead with the Apple Watch and iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus, the latter of which is the first phablet from Apple. The Cupertino tech company also unveiled the Apple Watch at this year’s big event. Although the device won’t hit retail until early 2015, anticipation for the device is as strong as ever. Read on to find out the Top 10 Gadgets of the Year and why these top 10 gadgets are so important.

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1- Apple Watch

With the growing interest in wearable technologies, it was only a matter of time before Apple would get in on the trend and launch its own version of the tech watch. This customizable Apple Watch timepiece comes in three different styles, including the basic Watch, the Watch Sport, and the Watch Edition. These watches were designed to exclusively work with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

2- iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus offer more of what Apple fans expect from smartphones, only this time, the phones are larger.

Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

3- Google Chromecast

For just $35, you can easily stream your favorite videos, movies, and television shows from your phone or tablet directly to your TV. The device also offers Google Cast Ready apps for instant streaming, including Netflix, HBO GO, and Showtime Anytime.

Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

4- Ollie and Parrot Bebop Drone

Remote control airplanes and helicopters have been replaced by toy drones. Ollie is the cool wheeled robot that can be controlled with a smartphone app. The Parrot Bebop Drone comes with a dedicated flight controller and features a fish-eye lens with headset compatibility. Both drones come at different price ranges. Ollie is super affordable at $99.99, whereas the Parrot Bebop Drone retails for $499.

Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

5- SnapJet Portable Printer

For many people, the smartphone camera is their main camera. The SnapJet Portable Printer makes it easy to print out mini photos from your smartphone. Instead of using cords or Bluetooth technology, this handy gadget scans photos directly from the phone screen.

Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

6- iPad Air 2

The tablet computer is still relevant, and Apple’s iPad Air 2 surpasses expectations with an ultra-thin design, 8-megapixel camera, and A8X chip.

7- Jawbone UP3 Wristband

Jawbone’s wearable is a dream for health-conscience consumers who thrive on knowing their vitals, such as hydration levels and heart rate levels.

8- SmartThings Smart Kit

Smart technology is no longer limited to mobile devices such as phones and tablets, as many people are now installing the same technologies at home. SmartThings allows you to connect inanimiate objects to smartphones for simplified living.

Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

9- GoPro Hero

In the age of YouTube and social media, it is not surprising that sports and tech enthusiasts snapped up these action-friendly video cameras. This video camera captures 4K quality images at 30 frames per second and works well in low-light situations.

Apple Watch, GoPro Hero Make Best 10 Tech Gadgets Of 2014

10- Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung continued to dominate the smartphone market (alongside Apple) with this handset that features a large high-definition display, 16-megapixel camera, and Android KitKat operating system.

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Anna Peel is a professional writer. In the past four years, she has written for many websites including BSC Kids, Wasabi Media Group, Boomtron, and many others. She currently live in Savannah, Georgia and occasionally blogs about fashion during her free time.
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  1. This is not a mistake – all of the devices above (except the Apple Watch) were made commercially available during 2014. That being said, though it is not yet commercially available, the Apple Watch was still unveiled during 2014 and will redefine the standards of smartwatches and wearables.

  2. Just a note: Apple has said that the Apple Watch will work with the iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, 6 and 6+, not just the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as the article states.

  3. Anna,
    What’s up with this article? Is there something you know that we don’t about the Apple Watch?
    APPL and the rest of the world are waiting for it early next year.
    How can it be the #1 tech “gadget” of 2014 when it isn’t even made yet????????
    Please explain; I’m confused.

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