Gadgets

Best Gadgets of 2018

Our website has the compilation of the best gadgets as chosen by critics from trusted tech experts that have been featured by leading publishers like The Verge, Mashable, Engadget, PCMag and many others.
All gadgets that are listed have a minimum of 4.0 out of 5-star customer rating, so you can be assured of purchasing a great gadget.
To keep you updated and help you upgrade your tech devices, we have a wide range of gadgets listed on our website. Our gadget section features a wide range of technology devices ranging from smartphones, phone accessories, laptops, tablets, headphones, noise-canceling earphones, Bluetooth speakers, fitness trackers, wearables, home security cameras, and many others.
When your gadget has trouble starting, slows down often, stops working frequently, and displays several other glitches, it is advisable for a person to upgrade their gadget to a more efficient and a faster one with the latest technology.
The gadget section of our website is the best place to explore the latest technology and cutting-edge and innovative gadgets and electronics. Our collection of gadgets for your home, automobile and car, mobile phone, wireless requirements, cameras, and accessories is broad and can be easily searched by to as per your requirements.
The gadgets listed on our website are manufactured by reputed brands including Apple, Dell, Huawei, Lenovo, MSI, Razer Blade, Microsoft, Sony Xperia, Acer, ASUS, Samsung, Motorola, Blackberry, Google Pixel, JBL, Bose, Master & Dynamic, Sennheiser, Marshall Major II, B&O, Beyerdynamic, Jabra, just to name a few.
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4.3 Google Pixel 2

Google Pixel 2

Pocket Lint

“Perhaps the first time in years that Google’s pure line of phones had no compromises. Great screens, great build, amazing cameras, good battery life and pure Android in one proper flagship package. This year, it’s a similar story, although there’s not a huge amount of improvement.”

$758
4.6 Apple iPhone X

Apple iPhone X

Mashable

“Yes, the iPhone X is expensive and it removes a beloved feature, but it innovates in key ways. It’s still the iPhone you want. The iPhone X changes the iPhone experience, but for the most part those changes are for the better.”

$1129
4.5 Dell XPS 13

Dell XPS 13 Laptop 2018 Edition

Digital Trends

“The new Dell XPS 13 tweaks the old model’s proven formula, updating it for modern tastes. Its thin, fast, and still lasts on the go despite its downsized battery. The Dell XPS 13 is still the best 13-inch laptop you can buy.”

$804
4.4 Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II

Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones

Pocket Lint

“Superb noise-cancelling headphones with added smarts. The first-generation QC35 was among the most lauded noise-cancelling headphones. The second-generation continue that trend of excellence, but with the addition of Google Assistant – which is surprisingly useful for managing notifications.”

$349
4.5 Apple iPhone 8

Apple iPhone 8

PhoneArena

“In a lot respects, the iPhone 8 should feel like a slam dunk: it takes the already winning formula of the iPhone 7, delivers a handful of solid upgrades, and even implements some all-new features. And if we’re looking at the phone on its own, it’s hard to argue that it’s not pretty successful.”

$609
4.2 Huawei MateBook X

Huawei MateBook X Ultraslim Laptop

Alphr

“The Huawei Matebook X Pro is slim, light and well-designed: an impressive second outing for Huawei’s flagship laptop. A class act and well worth putting at the very top of your shortlist if you’re in the market for a thin, light powerful laptop.”

$1200