12 Best Gadgets Coming In This Year 2017

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“Gadgets” We are going to locate standouts among the gadgets like smartphones, VR headsets, and smartwatches hitting the market likely this year.

2017 have a lot to look forward to smartphone geeks.

Our expectation to see six most significant gadgets this year this phones

Dominate our list.

Apple iPhone 8:

Apple has the 10th anniversary of iPhone this year to mark up this year Apple will overhaul the iPhone designs.

One model may have the OLED display (organic light-emitting diodes) for being apple going to OLED it will little differ the liquid-crystal LCD display, which will wrap around the gadget’s edges.

OLED displays are thinner, lighter, and more flexible than LCDs. Samsung’s Galaxy Edge phones sport a similar design and have been called for a publicity stunt and vast trade tactics.

Apple appears to be trying to make the feature more useful by enabling the phone to react when you touch any of its sides instead of just one.

Samsung Galaxy S8:

As a blessing of innovation “S” series of Samsung galaxy made flagships years, now it is an expectation that the Galaxy S may re-establish the reputation of the company, which is losing for its carelessly manufacturing of “galaxy Note 7” recall but only if the phone delights consumers and doesn’t spontaneously burst into flames.

The upcoming Galaxy S8 is expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress trade show in late February. The company has already revealed that the phone will feature a new virtual personal assistant based on technology from the startup Viv, which it acquired in October. The S8 is also rumored to pack an extremely high-resolution “4K” display, a second rear camera, and possibly an iris scanner for an added layer of security.

Foldable Samsung smartphone:


This may also be the year that Samsung releases a foldable smartphone, an outstanding design which has been developing for years. As this 2013 Samsung concept video shows, such a device would let you read and view content on a tablet-sized screen that could convert to a smartphone-like size for fitting in well with a person’s needs, activities, plans and also easy to carry. Other companies, including Lenovo, the Chinese phone maker Oppo, and the Japanese display maker JDI have also created dual-screen and foldable smartphones, but none have been released commercially. Samsung hopes to beat the market.

Microsoft Surface phone:

Surface Phone

CEO Satya Nadella has said Microsoft is working on the “ultimate mobile device.” What might that be? There is Surface series of laptops, PCs, and tablets so are missing a phone, but one is expected to launch in 2017. You can expect it to have a metal body to match Microsoft’s other Surface devices and run the Windows 10 operating system through an emulator when connected to an external keyboard, monitor, and mouse.

HTC Vive 2 VR headset:

HTC’s pivot from making smartphones a year ago and focusing on ‘virtual-reality technology’ seemed risky, but its Vive VR system has gained a solid following since the April 2016 release.


HTC is expected to cut the cable that currently tethers the headset to its user’s PC for its follow-up device.

Startups have created accessories that let the headset be used wirelessly, and HTC is expected to offer a more integrated solution in the Vive 2.

Android Wear 2.0 smart-watches:

2017 will bring new watches based on Android Wear 2.0, an updated version of Google’s Android operating system. It seems Last year wasn’t a good year for smart watches.

Android 2.0

It will let users download and run apps on their watches via Blue-tooth, cellular connection, or Wi-Fi, without relying on tethered connections from their smartphones, now iPhone owners could use Android Wear devices. Android Wear 2.0 is in the “developer preview” phase and will be publicly released in early to mid-2017.

And now for some coolest gadgets which will also come in this 2017

HP Sprout G2 3D-scanning PC:


It’s nice, but the Sprout G2, with its integrated 3D and 2D scanners, is perfect for product designers, CGI creators and other folks who can benefit from incorporating 3D models into their workflow. It’s also got a stylus-enabled touch mat that acts as a second screen.

Pricing and availability coming in March 2017.

PowerVision PowerRay underwater drone:

Power Vision

This underwater drone can submerge up to 98 feet (30 meters) and records 4K video streamed to your phone, which you use to navigate. Not impressed? OK, with its add-on Fishfinder sonar it can detect fish up to 131 feet (40 meters) away and lures them with a blue light. Still not wowed? PowerVision will be offering VR goggles that allow you to robot around by tilting your head.

Preorders start on February 27.

Kuri the robot nanny:

Robot Nanny

Essentially a mobile security camera with some smart-home control capabilities, when Kuri ships about a year from now it will roam your home checking on your kids and pets when you’re not home. It looks like a robot, though, so it’s cool just for that.

Available December 2017.

Acer Predator 21 X gaming laptop:

Gaming Laptop

image Credit To CBS Interactive

Acer had me at $9,000 gaming laptop (that’s about £7,300 or AU$12,400). But it also has a ginormous 21-inch curved screen — the first in a laptop — and an eye-tracking camera. Of course, it has nine heat pipes to cool the two GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs and two power supplies, four speakers and two subwoofers, plus it weighs 19.4 pounds (8.8 kg).

Available February 2017.

LeEco smart bikes:

Smart Bike

Watching the bicyclists speed down New York streets while staring at their phones is scary enough. Integrating a 4-inch Android touchscreen into the bicycle for navigation, music playback and walk-talkie talking to other people not watching where they’re going, as LeEco has done, is just asking for trouble. But useful!

Available in the US in the spring.

Sleep Number 360 smart bed:

Smart Sleep

Not everyone has pets to lie on their feet and keep them toasty. So Sleep Number made a bed that knows when you’ve got cold feet and turns the heat on at the bottom of the bed. In theory, the mattress changes its Sleep Number settings to compensate for changes in position and while it can’t stop someone snoring, if it senses you are, it raises your head to reduce your volume.

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