This is the century of technology and science. Look around and you will discover lots of high tech gadgets that have never seen in the past few years. Last year, several gadgets arrived in the market including world's first 3D printer, Microsoft's first tablet PC, the surface and many others. With lots of technological gadgets on to the market, everyone seems to be a techie and when you are looking for gifts then you have to know the newest and hottest trends in the market. Here are a few latest gadgets for 2013 that you can add to your gift list:
Nest Learning Thermostat
Nest Learning Thermostat introduced by former two Apple employees that heats up the room of houses easily. It possesses two distinct wireless connectivity systems along with five sensors which are detecting and controlling humidity, temperature and light of the room. The gadget can even be remote-controlled through your mobile phones. This high tech gadget provides the option to control the temperature situation of rooms by any person, even if you are not present there physically. The activity sensors are used to enable the Auto Away feature, which close down heating and cooling after an hour or so of inactivity saving energy and fuel bills.
Google Project Glass
Google's co-founder Sergey Brin loves come up with new Google endeavor, 'Project Glass'. This device will be helpful in overlaying information over the glass of a spectacle regarding weather reports, messages from friends and map directions. All this information will be displayed on a transparent display in front of the eye. The specs are also equipped with a small camera that will allow users to take pictures and make videos without any fuss. Uses can also share stuff on various social websites with its advanced GPS technology.
Logitech Washable Keyboard
For those who eat their lunches in front of a computer, Logitech has devised a keyboard that can simply wash away all of the debris. As its name suggest the Logitech Washable keyboard K310 can be easily washable. The best thing about this keyboard is that the keys are laser printed and UV coated that allows a person to clean it as many times as they want. This standard desktop keyboard includes 12 hot keys, a number pad, and plug-and-play setup via its USB connection. (The USB cable is not washable, however.) Logitech claims the keys can handle up to 5 million keystrokes.
All of us love the iPad, but Google's answer, the Nexus 7, a shot. It is tiny enough to hold's in one hand but its 7 inch screen large enough to watch movies, read and surf the internet from comfortably. Nexus 7 manufactured by ASUS equipped with latest Android version with NVidia tegra 3 and 1.2 GHz quad core processor. It is easily available in the market at under $200, which is pretty hard to beat.
Another high tech gadget the 3M Streaming Projector produced by Roku fits in the palm of your hand - for all you on-the-move cinema lovers. And once you pop in the streaming stick, you have access to everything from Netflix to. Yup, you can tune into any guilty pleasure of choice, virtually anywhere. With its rechargeable batteries and built-in speakers and, it really makes seeing flicks on the fly possible. All you need is a strong Wi-Fi signal and a place to project (ceilings, walls, whatever) and you're golden.