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The Best Gadgets to Buy in 2012

Gadgets are all the rage, as more and more people are finding that electronic curiosities make their lives a whole lot easier. There are gadgets to entertain yourself, gadgets to use in the car, and gadgets to make working easier, and all of these gadgets can be very handy. If you want to know what you should buy this year, here are a few of the gadgets that you should definitely consider:

Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight

This little tablet is made by Barnes and Noble, which is the number 1 book store in the country. It is made to be easy to use for reading while on the go, and you will find that the light will make it easier for you to read at night even if the lights are out. It is the latest in the e-reader tablet category, and definitely provides you value for your money.

Klipsch Image S4 Headphones

These headphones are perfect for those that like to listen to music while on the go, as they are made to be noise isolation ear bud headphones that sit comfortably in your ears. You will find that they will give you the best sound quality that you will find for the style and price range, and they are very comfortable to wear.

Logitech Harmony 650 Remote Control

If you want a universal remote for all of your devices, this is the one for you. It is made to be ergonomic, so you can hold it comfortably for as long as you want. It can be programmed on your Mac or Windows PC, and you will find that it is one of the best designed remote controls around. It’s fairly economical at just $50, and the LCD screen with buttons will make it a lot easier for you to control all your devices. You may need to connect to the Web via your PC to set the five devices you want the remote to control, but it is a handy device nonetheless.

Logitech Wireless Boombox for iPad

This boombox has eight sound drivers built into it, which means that you will get pretty powerful sound. The sound system connects to your iPad via Bluetooth, and it will be very easy to get your tunes blasting no matter where your iPad is. It can actually connect to any Bluetooth device, though it tends to be a bit bulky. It will run you $120, but it’s a great choice if you like music but don’t want to haul around an MP3 player or your iPad.

Panasonic TC-P55ST30 TV

This is a low budget TV, with the starting price being $1,300 for the 55 inch 3D TV. Those testing the TV found that it gives excellent picture, and the quality and clarity of the details is impressive. The levels of black are very deep, and the shadows are surprisingly detailed. Colors are bright and accurate, even if the room is very bright, and the plasma is styled very nicely. The only downside is that it will use more power than your average TV, but all in all, it’s definitely a solid choice.

Roku HD

This little Wi-Fi streaming media box will run you just $60, but it will make it possible for you to stream all kinds of audio, video, and media right onto your TV. You will be able to connect to Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, Amazon Instant Video, Pandora, and many more, and the box can be connected to any TV – even old analogs. You can’t get on Vudu or YouTube and you can’t connect via Ethernet to make streaming more reliable and faster, but it’s definitely a solid choice. Alternately you can also check live tv streaming sites.

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