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Most Coveted Tech Gadgets Moving Into 2018
By Yoon Sann Wong, 26 Dec 2017
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With the New Year comes a fresh wave of toys for tech lovers. For now though, CNET has put together ‘13 most anticipated products of 2018’ that include some highly coveted gadgets—several recently released, while others are set to launch next year.
Below are five top selections from the compilation that gadget enthusiasts can look forward to getting their hands on. For all the 13 products, click here.
Google’s ‘Magic Leap One’
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This mixed-reality goggles from Google-backed US startup Magic Leap is scheduled to launch in 2018. Its features blur the lines between AR, VR and reality. Find out more.
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Atari had teased its retro video game ‘2600’ console reboot for months before releasing the preorder date that, sadly, has been delayed. Shipment was anticipated for Spring 2018, with price ranging between US$250 and US$300. It runs on Linux, comes in wood and black-and-red glass, includes classic and new games, with ports for USB, HDMI and SD connections.
Samsung Galaxy S9
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Samsung isn’t going to let Apple have all the fun with its iPhone X. Its speculated that this successor to Samsung’s popular Galaxy S8 will be released in the first quarter of 2018. Learn how it’s expected to fare against the iPhone X and get the closest look at the gadget’s rumored design so far.
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Apple’s latest computer is also its most expensive to date. The machine, made especially for creative professionals, comes with an equally special, hefty price tag. Find out more.
Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘Oculus Go’
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‘Oculus Go’ is Zuckerberg’s affordable answer to helping VR enter the mainstream. This lightweight device was announced in October 2017 at a retail price of US$199.
See CNET’s full list of ‘13 most anticipated products of 2018’.
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