Jan 12, 2017 12:14 PM EST
7 Coolest Gadgets to Look Forward to in 2017; Here's What Game, Smartphone and Tech Enthusiasts should Know
Here are seven coolest gadgets in 2017 you'll be interested in!
- Samsung Foldable Galaxy X
It is not only the Galaxy S8 that tech crowds can't wait to see but also the foldable Galaxy X that Samsung has been filing the patents about. The revolutionary gadget, if it does come out this year, would be one of the coolest gadgets in 2017 that's never before seen.
- HTC 11
Apple is gearing up for iPhone 8's September launch event but tech geeks can pay the attention to HTC 11 first. The upcoming premium handset will reportedly sport Snapdragon 835 and a RAM space as huge as 8 GB. PC Advisor has learned that HTC 11 is expected to be available in March.
- Google Pixel 2
The second generation of Google Pixel is expected to be one of the coolest gadgets 2017, launched sometime in Q3 2017. It should pack more pixels and more tempting hardware setup. Google Pixel 2 is also expected to be more software integrated that enhances user experience. The 2016 has been a successful year for Google smartphones lineup and we're interested to find out more about what it has in store this year.
- Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti
Gaming is the largest entertainment industry in the world and Nvidia clearly knows where it heads when CEO Jen Hsun Huang delivered a speech about its GeForce GTX graphics card. Gaming community can expect the introduction of the Ti version sometime in March this year, according to Wccftech.
- LG Wallpaper TV
LG is ambitious in bringing the thinnest TV monitor to CES. The Wallpaper TV is 2.6 mm thick and it does look like a live wallpaper with ultra-crisp OLED display that offers 4K resolution. It's so impressive that Mirror UK decided to 'award' the TV as one of the best in CES 2017.
- VR Headsets and Contents
The CES 2017 marks the rising popularity of VR headsets. Among the countless VR devices exhibited at the event, HTC is one that plans to expand the numbers of VR content. And Intel with its advanced technology stunts, asked the audience to wear the VR headsets it's prepared for the press event, to listen to CEO Brian Krzanich's keynote speech.
- PowerRay Underwater Drone
This high-tech piece can be submerged up to 30 meters deep according to DesignBoom. The underwater drone is capable of recording 4K video while user navigates it. Fishing experience is heightened as the sonar is able to lure and detect fish in 40 meters distance.
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