#5 Motorola BackFlip
The flip phone with an original design and name to match is sure to grab a second look. As its name suggests this phone’s keyboard flips over backward for a unique user friendly experience. This innovative style lends itself to some neat features like table-top mode where the phone will stand on its own displaying the screen. Powered by an Android operating system the device runs smoothly and has a quality feel to it. For excellent innovation and functionality Motorala’s Backflip comes in fifth in the top five electronic devices of 2010.
#4 Panasonic 3D Camcorder
The technology that brings you 3D movies like “Avatar” is finally available to the consumer for home video. This camcorder, available in the fall of 2010, packs some unbelievable technology, but it also packs a hefty price, $21,000 retail value. The Panasonic 3D Camcorder comes in fourth for bringing a 3D camcorder to the consumer, however the heavy price tag holds it back.
#3 Toshiba Cell TV
The ability to show up to 48 eight high definition channels simultaneously speaks of the massive processing power of this device. The user can stream the channels to other televisions around the building or store content on the device itself. With an intuitive interface using the system is a breeze. Because of the processing power, you can scroll through channels very quickly or just let the device show you channels comparable to your selected content. Coming in third on this list of the top five electronic devices of 2010 is the Toshiba Cell TV.
#2 HTC EVO 4.0
On a 4G network this phone has upload speeds up 3-6 MB per second, incredible for a smart phone. This device also can serve as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Its 4.3 inch screen falls into the supersized category for a cell phone. It has a speedy, user friendly snap dragon processor that makes interacting with the device a breeze. The HTC EVO comes in second place of the top five electronic devices of 2010 for efficiency and flexibility. It’s not just a smart, it’s a genius phone.
#1 Apple iPad
My iPad replaces my laptop, smart phone and GPS. I use all three devices far less because the iPad is more efficient than the laptop, more powerful than the phone, and clearer than GPS; all while maintaining portability. Equipped with 3G internet it allows the user to track progress on Google maps anywhere. Powered by flash memory for instant on and off, an eleven hour battery, and now the 4.1 processor for multi-tasking and AirPlay the iPad really is magical. Did I mention it is one of the best e-readers out there too? Apple’s revolutionary iPad is the top electronic device of 2010.
My sources for this article are:
– Firsthand experience