10 Best Gadgets 2009
If you're looking to find the 10 best gadgets of 2009, look no further than the unique collection of gadgets on this list. Ever since the millennium, technology has been on a climb with no turning back. The later half of the 2000's, more specifically 2009, saw many attractive and interesting gadgets unleashed upon the market—everything from robotic MP3 players that can dance, electronic handheld libraries, glass-heating toasters, and even the ability to watch every channel on your cable box from the Internet.
- Sony Rolly. A robot MP3 player that can dance to whatever music you play. Does it get any better than this? The Sony Rolly also lets you organize your own motions with the Rolly Choreographer software, but if creating original moves isn't your thing, you always have the option of using the Self Motion and Auto Modes which will do all the work for you. Perhaps one of the best gadgets of 2009.
- Slingbox Pro-HD. DVR record your favorite show or program, watch your DVDs, or even watch TV from your cable box period—all from the comfort of your computer/laptop via the Internet itself. This 2009 gadget can do it all. The Slingbox Pro-HD goes as far as to let you do the very same things from your mobile device via the SlingPlayer Mobile Application.
- Motorola Droid. Google delivered us the ultimate operating platform for mobile devices with the Motorola Droid—a mobile operating system that consists of Google Maps navigation with voice instructions, high-resolution touch-screen, e-mail and calendar sync, DVD-like video quality, and much more.
- Macbook. Apple unveiled its latest upscale creation in 2009 known as the Macbook, a thirteen inch laptop built out of unibody polycarbonate shell that provides much strength and support. Also included in this neat gadget are an LED backlit screen, extended battery life, toxin-free system, and more.
- Windows 7. Microsoft counteracted the lackluster Vista with the new and improved Windows 7. Packed with a better task bar, Internet Explorer 8, faster and improved performance, a brand new user interface, convenient jump lists, and a far longer battery life for laptops among other portable devices, among other great perks.
- iPod Touch. This 32 gigabyte device is your close friend for daily commutes, long flights, and the like. Packed with a built-in battery, six hours of video storage, 30 hours of music storage, MiFi access, and over millions of apps ranging from Cooking Dash, Wurdle, and ATV Offroad to name a few.
- Barnes & Noble Nook. In 2009, Barnes & Noble topped the Kindle with the Nook which is a portable eBook reader that can hold up to over a million titles in storage. In addition, it has over two gigabytes of space and a 3.5 inch color touch-screen to name a few. Now you can access the entire library at your fingertips.
- Panasonic HDTV G10 Series. One of the latest and state of the art plasma-screen television sets from the Panasonic brand was released in 2009. This unique 2009 gadget comes complete with THX display, excellent color accuracy, as well as a wireless link-up to Amazon Video on Demand for your entertainment needs.
- Transparent Toaster. A toaster that utilizes glass-heating technology? Now that is what you call an upgrade. This gadget makes burned toast a thing of the past with glass-surface heating that can give your bread a very even toasting session. Talk about simplistic yet efficient.
- Nintendo DSi. Nintendo followed up the DS with the DSi, which comes with a 0.3 megapixel camera, firmware that can be upgraded, 256 megabytes of internal flash memory, a larger screen, audio playback with the SDHC slot, and the device itself is approximately 12% thinner than the original Nintendo DS.