Nov 8, 2013
1. Pebble Watch – Make life simpler by receiving notifications on your watch via Bluetooth. You’ll receive inbound calls, texts, tweets or can shuffle through your music playlist all on your wrist. No more having to take out your cell phone every now and then while you’re on the run. Let’s hope this Kickstarter project turned reality becomes a hot product by the beginning of next year for individuals with busy lives.
2. iPhone 5c – Simple, colorful, an experience or hardware and software working together in this updated iPhone technology. The iPhone 5c has an improved 8 megapixel eyesight camera, HD camera for FaceTime, faster console gaming performance, improved battery life and the upgraded iOS 7 software included.
3. Google Chromebook – With the ever changing technological world that we live in, for a college student, this option to purchase a Google Chromebook is made affordable. It’s nice to start fast and stay fast when you’re short on time for a class assignment. If you’re ever disconnected from the web, continue getting your work done by using apps like Gmail and Google Docs.
4. Wii U – Nintendo has stepped up its gaming console system this year. The personal second screen opens a new window of possibility and the touchscreen capability lets you draw or watch TV on your screen right away. The gamepad can also be used and many games can be pulled onto the gamepad to continue playing.
5. Logitech FabricSkin keyboard – When you’re out on vacation this holiday season at the beach, this keyboard is waterproof, rechargeable, has a versatile viewing and 2-sided protection as the #1 selling keyboard brand for iPad. Nothing can get better than a lightweight, Bluetooth keyboard for individuals with an on-the-go lifestyle.
What technology are you grateful for in 2013?