For tech gadgets fans, the year of 2010 has been a great year and lots of fun, thanks to Microsoft Kinect, Amazon Kindle eReader, Apple iPad tablet, and Samsung Galaxy Tab as well as some Smartphone like iPhone 4 and Nexus S.
Well, how about 2011? What are the most anticipated electronic gadgets of 2011? According to the poll, anyway, Apple will still be a major part of the news cycle, in particular to iPad and Blackberry PlayBook.
Originally, Nintendo planned to launch its 3D version of the Game Boy. But later on, it said that 3DS would be available on 26 February 2011 in Japan and European in March at ntendo Conference 2010. It is said that the 3DS is really 3D that designed with glasses-free.
As we all know that, Apple has unveiled its iPad tablets, which is now one of the fastest selling gadgets in history with over 3 million sold in the first three months of its life alone. According to statistics, iPad
iPad is estimated to take up a whooping 95% marketshare on top of the entire tablet scene, but it’s not perfect with a great potential of iPad 2.
RIM has launched its first tablet, the PlayBook, and is anticipated to hit the market until the first quarter of 2011. Although the PlayBook might not be as a big of a hit with the direct consumer market – it will likely steal Samsung Galaxy Tab sales rather than iPad sales – but RIM will be just fine as long as companies and government agents buy them for execs.
Motorola Droid Tablet
Motorola Droid Tablet will be probably the first tablet that set up with the new interface – Android 3.0 (Google’s current versions of Android are simply not meant for tablets). As we all know that, the Motorola phones have excellent features and superior marketing capability as well. Motorola and Google have been said to be working closely on the tablet so it should correct many of the downsides of the current Android tablets.
Verizon iPhone 4
Uh, the excellence performance and exquisite design of iPhone 4, I think, I don’t need to say more about. But there is more room for improvement of its AT&T. Good anticipation!
Palm in smartphone market is not smooth as it expected. But Pre and Pixi work well on web OS operating system. Web OS provides a fantastic user experience and just feels like it could be even better on a larger screen. The PalmPad’s philosophy will likely be a lot like the iPad’s where hardware takes second chair to the software. And with the power of HP’s market-leading manufacturing and distribution channels, the PalmPad is set to be a hit.
Sony PSP phone
In the mobile phone market, there are only a handful of Android games worth talking about. But there are a plethora of PSP games. Well, Sony combines the mobile power of Android with the gaming library of the PSP to create the first true gaming mobile phone. Let us count down for that, gamers!
Notion Ink Adam Tablet
With the preferable price and nice hardware and software, the Notion Ink Adam is a great tablet for many users, although Notion Ink hasn’t launched Adam on time again and again. However, now the tablet is expected to be available in early 2011.
Chevy Volt 2.0
GM’s Chevy Volt 2.0 is a new generation of innovative electric vehicle that is said to bring the technology downmarket a bit.
The Old Republic (BioWare’s Star Wars MMO for the PC)
It is expected that BioWare will unveil its new game – The Old Republic (BioWare’s Star Wars MMO for the PC) next year. So for gamers, the Old Republic should be a very important and anticipated game in 2011.
BTW, what’s your most want tech gadgets for 2011?