i-phone5 Tops 9 best tech products of 2012 As 2013 Inventions Promise Higher Graded Gadgets

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Year 2012 has witnessed one of the most technologically filled years ever, with lots of new gadgets and tech products dotting the techWorld.It has been amazing and we all have enjoyed the best of new inventions bringing the world closer together technologically.There are many products ranging from smartphones and tablets to ultra-wide-screen TVs and high-quality headphones. But which tech products score high in the tech top club in 2012? We share this list of top scorers and favorite new devices. Happy viewing.

Apple iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 is thinner, lighter and quicker than its predecessors and competitors, and it now features a 4-inch screen. Individually, none of those features is jaw-dropping, but put them together and the iPhone 5 is very impressive.

 

 

The iPad mini costs more than its small-size tablet rivals at $329, but it also delivers a superior experience
Built by LG, Google’s flagship smartphone completely sold out in the U.S. within minutes of going on sale on Nov. 13. The Nexus 4 runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.2, the latest version of the Google operating system, and features a 4.7-inch screen with a 1,280 by 768 pixel resolution
Google’s first stab at a large-size tablet is a success. With a starting price of $399 — $100 less than the iPad — and a high-resolution, widescreen display, the Nexus 10 has potential to be the first non-iPad tablet you might want to buy
Vizio CinemaWide TV: The CinemaWide is a 58-inch HD 3-D TV that stands out because its ultra-wide screen was specifically designed for watching movies, theater style.
APPLE’s MacBook retina 15-inch: The new MacBook Pro is nearly as thin as the sleek MacBook Air, weighs less than 4.5 pounds and featuring a super-high-resolution display, the same Retina technology used on the iPhone and iPad, but with a much larger 15″ screen. Apple, with familiar braggadocio, called it “the world’s highest-resolution notebook display.”
Third-generation and fourth-generation iPad: Since Apple’s iPad first arrived in 2010, the product line has defined what a modern tablet should be — a full multi-touch display up front, speedy performance, tablet-specific apps and video, music and games just a tap (and a credit card purchase) away. The third generation (and later the fourth generation) topped the previous two with better specs all around, including a new retina display
Samsung Galaxy S III: The S III sports a huge 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen offering 1280 x 720 pixel resolution. It’s got 2 GB of RAM and runs on a 1.5-GHz Snapdragon S4 processor — dual-core stateside, quad-core processor elsewhere. The phone comes with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and in either 16-GB or 32-GB models.
Ultra-thin iMac: The new 21.5-inch iMac has a $1,299 base price, features a 1,920 by 1,080 pixel resolution display, and at its edges, the computer is just 0.2 inches thick.