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									    The 5 most amazing Gadgets of 2010
There are some cool products out there. There are cool promotional items and cool innovations. But
gadgets are the epitome of cool. So cool that many would sell their own mothers to get what they've
been waiting for. Almost everyday a new gadget comes along, and the one you have is then kind of
old already, even if you bought it a couple of weeks ago. However, truly cool gadgets, those that
you would really die for (like, say, the iPhone) are rarer. 2010 will be a great year for technology.
Once the crisis is -we hope- somewhat over, tech companies will strive to get new customers, and
will compete like never before with cutting edge design and technology. So get ready: here's the top
5 list of cool gadgets for 2010:

1. XBox: Ever heard of Project Natal? If you spend more than half an hour on the Web a day, you
probably have. Otherwise, please first check out this YouTube video. Impressed? Well, after
Nintendo's Wii, Microsoft had to do something about its own console. And since the Wii was such a
big hit, this one has to be bigger. Project Natal will definitely score some big points for the
Redmond company.

2. Ford's MyKey: If you give your car to your kids frequently, you might find that it sometimes gets
hard to sleep well when they're out, as you're worried about what could happen to them. That's why
next year Ford's releasing MyKey, which uses a chip in the car's ignition key so that the driver
cannot exceed 80 mph. It can also be programmed to limit the car's audio levels and to sound loud
alerts if the driver's not wearing a seatbelt.

3. Dual Touch Screen Laptop: We've already witnessed top-notch laptops with touch screens. But
what about dual touch screens? Apparently, the Italian firm V12 Designs will launch its new version
of Canova, a dual LCD laptop. This time, both will be touch screens.

4. 4G Phones. The real download speed of most 3G phones is not more than 384 Kbps, and
sometimes a lot less. That's because it might have a 3 Mbps announced download speed, but the real
one is a lot less. The 4G phones promise data transfers of 100 Mbps, and could reach up to 1 gigabit
per second when static. That could mean downloading a full length DVD movie in about a minute.

5. Hydrogen Rulz! Hydrogen powered phones might be the next big thing. French researchers will
probably announce by next year that a hydrogen fuel could be used as backup power source for
mobile communications, letting users have some independence from electricity supplies to charge
up their phones.

Technology tends to surprise us, so probably next year we'll see a gadget we haven't ever heard
about. But these certainly make any tech-savvy person very much intrigued and anxious about what
next year will bring. Don't you feel the same?

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