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As 2012 draws to a close, we take a look back at the year's top products, from the best games and apps, to the best headphones, notebooks, TVs and much more. If it was worth mentioning this year, you'll find it in here!
2011 has been an exciting year, filled with innovative and practical gadgets. As we close off the year and embark on another year of discovery in the world of technology, let us re-examine the year in passing and present the Top 100 Products of 2011.
As the decade comes to a close, we spent some time to reflect on the movers and shakers of the tech industry in 2010. Here then is our list of top 100 products that excited us this year. Bring on 2011!
As 2009 winds to a close, we reflect back to pick the products that have impressed us the most. Here are our top 100 products of the year.
It's that time of the year again. No, not Christmas shopping but to identify the year's outstanding tech gadgets and gears and present them in our annual list of the top 100 best products. These are the cream of the crop and perhaps one of these could even be an appropriate gift for the holidays. So let's get started!
Although DX 10 gaming didn't pick up the pace this year, the hardware scene was nevertheless abuzz with advancements that made it an exciting year for both the DIY enthusiasts and casual end users alike. Join us as we highlight 100 of the very best products in the consumer technology realm for 2007.
2006 has been an exhilarating year, probably even the busiest in recent times for hardware developments in the C.E and computing space. To sum up this eventful year, we've selected 100 of the finest products that best capture technology advances and record setters of the year.
In the world of tech, a good year is justified by the amount of great products that are introduced. The display of innovation, quality and sometimes pure performance is what drives the market. We pick out 100 of the best products that just about summarizes the whole of 2005.
- The Carmen dongle and app tracks your car’s health to prevent surprise breakdowns
- Xiaomi launches deca-core-powered Redmi Note 4
- Pokémon Go has lost over 10 million users from its mid-July peak
- HTC 10 to get Android 7.0 Nougat update in Q4, followed by One M9 and One A9
- Trendnet's new AC1900 wireless USB adapter has ridiculously large antennas
- Microsoft's PowerShell is now open-sourced, and has been ported to both Linux and Mac OS X
- Lenovo officially brings Moto back into Singapore with six launch devices
- Lenovo will pre-install Microsoft Office, OneDrive, and Skype on its Android devices