2017 brought (and maybe will still bring) many interesting gadgets which turned out to be really popular. We decided to check some things, viewed the stats and tried to determine the best and the most popular products of this year. All of those are coming from different categories to make it more interesting, so you can see what could be the best product in each category.
Top 5 Most Popular Products of the Year
- Samsung Galaxy S8.
This is probably the coolest product on 2017, and the most waited for. Its price starts at $720, but that didn’t stop anyone from getting it. It’s the best option with the best camera so far, the model enjoys a long battery life that could easily last you 1.5 days and an infinity display creates a wonderful look. Indeed, this machine is really powerful, but also beautiful. And even though a 5`8-inches screen doesn’t seem like too much, this phone is still easy to hold and to type on.
- Snapchat specs.
While this model is really far away from being perfect, those specs got many reviews. At first, let’s give them an A+ for looks. This model really looks like good classic sunglasses, so maybe an inexperienced user won’t even notice a difference. It’s pretty fun with a video option and taking snaps and shots of things around you. A minus (and this is a crucial one) is a low-quality camera. And well, connection issues are appearing from time to time.
- LG “Wallpaper” TV.
This is a big product for 2017, and even though it’s pricey (you’d have to pay about $8000) many people got it when it just appeared on the market. Its screen is that sleek that it could look like a picture on your wall, and a sole wire that connects the screen with the main block could be hidden in your wall. A block has two powerful dynamics that immerse you into a wonderful symphony of sounds.
Is vinyl really back on track? It could very well seem so with Gramovox, which originally was a Chicago-based startup, which was just promising but turned out absolutely amazing and popular. A cool part is its looks, it could be worth its $550.
- Nvidia Shield TV.
This is a cool thing for gamers, as it supports both Google Play and many PC games. The transition is so smooth that you won’t experience lags or issues. 4K quality is rather impressive and this streaming box would do good for many film junkies. And it would cost you just about $200, which is pretty reasonable for this quality.
What seems even better is that all of those are not the final versions. Nvidia has already promised to bring new models with new features, LG is not going to stop with creating even more sleek looks and Samsung already boasts its S8 Plus.