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Top 10 best gadgets of 2017
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Amazon’s suite of Echos and Google’s Home speakers are fine, but of all the smart speakers we tested this year, the Sonos One simply sounds the best. That might not be everyone’s biggest priority, but still — if you’re going to insist on some kind of voice-activated speaker sitting on your kitchen counter or bookshelf, why not invest in one that sounds great? More importantly, its deep Alexa integration means the Sonos One can do just about anything one an Amazon Echo can, and a recently announced Spotify partnership means you can ask to hear all your carefully curated playlists.
Nintendo SwitchView photos
After the flop that was the Wii U, Nintendo’s Switch hybrid marks a bold step in a new direction. First-party games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey are among the best (if not the best) in their respective series, and developers have been keen to port more adult fare like Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to the new platform.
Xbox One X photos
For gamers who would rather trade portability for unadulterated power, there’s the Xbox One X. It’s the most powerful gaming console available right now, and to make the most of it, you’ll want to hook it up to the best 4K television you can get your hands on. Original Xbox One owners itching for a prettier, more nuanced gaming experience owe it to themselves to snap up one of these $500 boxes. It’s a tougher sell for more casual gamers, however, and it lacks glitzy add-ons like a VR headset. Still, Microsoft has been clear from the outset: If power is your biggest priority, the Xbox One X is the way to go.
Sony WH-1000XM2View photos
The name might be a mouthful, but Sony’s latest set of high-end cans just might be the best headphones we tested in 2017. That’s no small feat, since we’ve tried out a quite a few seriously impressive headsets this year. Audio aficionados might notice that this pair sounds basically identical to the model it replaces, but we’re not complaining about the bold, dynamic audio the WH-1000XM2 produces.
For a long time, buying a decent drone meant shelling out loads of money. Not so much anymore. The DJI Spark is one of the more modestly priced drones we’ve tested, but what really sold us was how easy it is to simply pick up and start using.
MacBooks can seem ubiquitous at times, but Microsoft just might be the king of laptop design now. The Surface Laptop took much of what we loved about Microsoft’s Surface Pro line and adapted it into a more traditional form factor. It ships with a seventh-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, and while it’s not the most powerful ultraportable out there, its excellent battery life and gorgeous 13.5-inch display made such concessions easier to live with.
Galaxy S8/S8 PlusViewphotos
Lumping two phones into a single entry may seem like a cop-out, but whatever — Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus were a remarkable return to form for a company mired in controversy. As usual, Samsung combined top-tier horsepower with some truly phenomenal cameras, and we give the company credit for taking risks with projects like the Bixby AI assistant, even it’s a long way off from reaching its potential.
Still, it’s Samsung’s prowess with screens and industrial design that really impressed us. We’d argue that the S8 and S8 Plus are the most beautiful machines Samsung has ever crafted, and there’s no phone maker in the world that does these big, bezel-less displays better. (No wonder Apple tapped Samsung to make the iPhone X’s screen.) For Android fans, Samsung’s hardware is second to none.
Cadillac Super Cruiseihotos
This one isn’t a product so much as a feature made possible by lots of underlying technology. Cadillac’s Super Cruiseearns points for taking the pain out of long drives. The biggest difference between Super Cruise and other semi-autonomous driving systems is that you’re able to remove your hands from the steering wheel entirely.
Apple’s latest iPhone is a radical departure from the company’s tried-and-true smartphone formula, but you’d better get used to it. The home button is finally gone, and Apple’s new Face ID technology works better than we expected andgives app creators another canvas for new kinds of experiences and interactions. (Animoji, anyone?) And for those more concerned with speed and camera performance, the iPhone X delivers on those fronts, too.
What really impressed us about the iPhone X, though, is the way Apple rewrote its rules for what an iPhone should be and still managed to build a pleasantly familiar slice of tomorrow.
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