I have owned a lot of gadgets in my life. I love to buy and try new gadgets, but I usually end up getting rid of them as they don’t hold my interest for long. This year was no different, but there were a few gadgets that held my attention and interest.
So here are 10 best gadgets I owned in 2015:
1. Kindle Paperwhite
2. Apple Watch
3. The 3Doodler Pen
4. Focal Listen Headphones
5. Canon EOS T6i DSLR Camera
6. GoPro HERO 4 Black Edition Action Camera
7. Tile Mate Key Finder (Pack of 2)
8. The Dash Wireless Bluetooth Earphones with Microphone (Black)
9. Apple 12″ MacBook Laptop
10. Anker Astro E3 10000mAh External Battery Charger
I would like to share my 10 best gadgets I have owned in 2015.
For those whom are interested, please leave your comments.
10 Best Gadgets I Owned in 2015
I have written about my experiences with gadgets for years. Over time, I have learned that a particular gadget is only as good as how it fits into your life. You can buy the latest iPhone but if you are not a phone person, why bother?
There are many gadgets that I love using each and everyday. I am going to list 10 of them here. These are the gadgets that I found to be most useful in 2015. If you want to read about more gadgets, check out my other articles on the subject.
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Apple iPhone 6 Plus – This is the phone that has changed everything for me this year. It is big, but not too big and it offers an amazing battery life with great performance and camera capabilities.
Microsoft Band – This is one of the most underrated fitness wearable out there. The Microsoft Band offers a surprising amount of functionality for its price point with guided workouts, GPS tracking and heart rate monitoring.
Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB Hard Drive – This hard drive is so slim it could easily
I have been thinking of writing a blog post about my favorite gadgets for a long time, but I never had time to do it. Today I decided that I’m going to take an hour and write down the 10 best gadgets I have owned in 2015.
Some of these gadgets are really cool, some are not so cool, but they are all interesting and useful, at least to me. Anyway, I’m not only writing this post for you, but also for myself.
I hope that reading this list will remind me of some cool products that I stopped using. And if you read this list and spot some cool gadgets that you think I should try – please let me know in the comments below!
So with no further ado – here is the list of my top 10 favorite gadgets of 2015:
1. Kindle Paperwhite (2012) – My E-reader
2. iPad Air 2 – My Digital Sketchbook
3. Poweradd Pilot 4GS 12000 mAh External Battery Pack – My On-The-Go Power Supply
4. Apple Magic Mouse – My Computer Mouse
5. Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard – My Portable Keyboard
6. Apple iPhone 5S – My Smartphone
I am a gadget guy. Even though I don’t have a big budget for gadgets, I always try to save some money and get the best gadgets that I can afford.
I think gadgets make our life better and they are cool; they are the things that we like to show off and talk about with friends.
Here’s a list of my 10 favorite gadgets of 2015:
1. iPhone 6s
2. Apple Watch
3. Kindle Paperwhite
4. GoPro Hero 4 Silver
5. iPad Mini 2
6. Sony A6000 Mirrorless Camera
7. Apple AirPort Extreme Router
8. Amazon Echo Dot
9. Philips Hue White Starter Kit (10W A19)
10. NEST Learning Thermostat (Gen 3rd)
I’m a big gadget fan. I’m always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to improve my life, make it easier, or just simply fill it with more “toys”. So I wanted to share with you some of the gadgets I loved this year.
I’m using an iPhone 6S Plus as my main phone, so almost all these gadgets are compatible with iOS only. Sorry Android users.
1. Amazon Alexa (Echo) – This is by far my best gadget purchase of the year! I love it so much that recently I also bought a second one to keep in my bedroom. It’s a hands-free smart speaker that can do many things, like playing your favorite music on demand, answering your questions, set reminders and alarms (ask what time it is at home in Israel while you are away in NY), read you audiobooks, turn the lights on and off (via Phillips Hue), add items to your shopping list while you are cooking, etc. You can control it with your voice from any corner in the room using its built-in 360 degree omni-directional audio system. You can add “Skills” via apps which allow you to