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iPhone 4 Ganhou como o melhor celular de 2010, iPad e Kinect

  • 2/26/2011
  • Anderson Albuquerque
  • O blog de technology considerado por muitos um guia de novidades fez um poste onde colocou os nomes dos melhores de 2010 , ente eles, o nosso e bom iPhone 4G como o melhor celular de 2010 e o iPad e seguido do Microsoft Kinect..










    a lista esta bem grande, aqui vai uma copy do blog!


    Depois de 100 mil votos o iPad foi escolhido como o Gadget do ano!

    Gadget of the Year

    Apple iPad

    The iPad won this one going away -- there's just no denying the influence Apple's tablet had on the industry this year. But we think the Evo 4G will be remembered as the first of an entirely new breed of smartphones, and that's pretty amazing too.
    Runner-up: HTC Evo

    Worst Gadget of the Year

    Microsoft Kin

    Though it might not be the single worst product we saw in 2010, the sheer magnitude of the Kin's failure -- measured in the hundreds of millions of dollars -- takes it to the top of our list.
    Runner-up: Fusion Garage JooJoo

    Most Anticipated Gadget

    Sony NGP

    iOS may be leading next phase of the mobile gaming revolution, but the NGP oozes raw power that's light years ahead of any other gaming handheld ever announced. We like power.
    Runner-up: HP TouchPad

    Phone of the Year

    Apple iPhone 4

    We went endlessly back and forth on this one, but in the end the iPhone 4 won out -- it's simply a more polished device than the Evo, and it set a dramatic new quality standard for mobile displays.
    Runner-up: HTC Evo

    Desktop of the Year

    Custom

    Let's face it: Desktops are on their way out. Primo parts are preponderant, but the best machine you can buy today is the one you build yourself. We'll continue to write about towers on Engadget, if innovative ones appear, but unless there's substantive change, we're retiring Desktop of the Year.

    Laptop of the Year

    HP Envy 14

    Sure, HP unleashed its Envy line last year, but the Envy 14 corrected all of the original wrongs. Its aluminum chassis, Core i5 power, and Radiance display, truly make it the best PC on the market. That said, there's no denying the significance of the MacBook Air's new solid-state storage and speedy resume times.
    Runner-up: Apple MacBook Air

    Netbook of the Year

    ASUS Eee PC 1215n

    The ASUS Eee PC 1215N is the netbook evolved. Thanks to the 12.1-inch laptop's NVIDIA Ion graphics and dual-core Atom processor, it can handle gaming and full HD. Google's Cr-48 may stand in stark contrast to that, but it's got one beautifully minamilstic chassis and is the first laptop to come with Chrome OS.
    Runner-up: Google Cr-48

    Digital Camera of the Year

    Canon EOS Rebel t2i

    1080p video at both 24 and 30fps for well under $1,000. Need we say more? The T2i set a new bar for mass-market DSLR video performance, and 18.7 megapixel stills at ISO 6400 are nothing to sneeze at, either.
    Runner-up: Sony NEX

    E-reader of the Year

    Amazon Kindle 3

    The Kindle 3 isn't necessarily the most exciting e-reading product we saw last year, but its ubiquity and price point have legitimized the market in a way nobody else has. The fact that it's almost impossibly small and light doesn't hurt, either.
    Runner-up: Nook Color

    Display of the Year

    Corning Gorilla Glass

    Though it was invented decades ago, Corning's Gorilla Glass finally found its calling in 2010 with a plethora of manufacturer agreements for phones and tablets, and it's helped to take some of the worry out of throwing your gadget in a bag or pocket unprotected.
    Runner-up: Apple Retina Display

    Game Console of the Year

    Xbox 360S

    How many new game consoles came out this year? Not many, but the one that kept us playing longest was our shiny black Xbox. The Xbox 360 S made an already-great system more reliable, and the Kinect is poised to do amazing things. Honorable mention: OnLive, for making cloud-based gaming real.
    Runner-up: OnLive Game System

    Game Accessory of the Year

    Microsoft Kinect

    What's the best thing you can buy for your game console, other than another disc? We'd recommend a motion controller, like the Kinect or PlayStation Move. Unfortunately, neither shipped with a killer app, but we'd give Kinect the edge -- hacks demonstrate the potential for fabulous game experiences.
    Runner-up: PlayStation Move

    GPS Device of the Year

    Garmin nuvi 3790T

    Standalone GPS devices may be on their way out, but Garmin's still showing folks how it's done with its nuvi 3790t -- a sleek, feature-packed unit that almost makes us wish it were a phone. If you're not the standalone sort, however, the latest version of Google Maps for Android is tough to beat.
    Runner-up: Google Maps v5

    HDTV of the Year

    Panasonic VT25

    3D features may be the headliners for our winner and runner up, but amazing 2D image quality propelled Panasonic's VT25 to the top of the wanted lists and Sony's slick monolith style plus local dimming LEDs were a close second.
    Runner-up: Sony Bravia HX909

    Home Entertainment Device

    Netflix

    Netflix's Watch Instantly was unquestioned in its status as a must-have app for media devices this year (want to know why Boxee didn't win for 2010?) while the iPad found a surprisingly cozy place as remote control / second screen for your TV watching pleasure.
    Runner-up: Apple iPad

    Peripheral of the Year

    Microsoft Kinect

    Microsoft's Kinect 3D depth camera was originally designed for the Xbox 360, but it proved to be the year's most fantastic hackable toy when interfaced with a PC. Our runner-up: the first mass-market quadrocopter, the AR.Drone, a veritable flying platform for hacks of its own.
    Runner-up: Parrot A.R. Drone

    Portable Media Device

    Apple iPod Touch

    Now in its fourth generation, the iPod touch is more dominant than ever, and with good reason. It's caught up to the iPhone 4 in terms of most key specs, and the App Store remains a huge advantage over the rest of the non-phone competition. If storage and sound quality is key, though, the Cowon X7 is tops.
    Runner-up: Cowon X7

    Robot of the Year

    NASA Robonaut 2

    Shuttle delays pushed its trip to space into 2011, but Robonaut 2's been ready to go for months, and has offered us all a hope that humans and robots can work together in harmony. GRASP Labs' quadrocopters, on the other hand, are terrifying autonomous bots that can move in packs and fly through hoops.
    Runner-up: GRASP Labs quadrocopters

    Tablet PC of the Year

    Apple iPad

    Love it or hate it, it's hard to argue that the iPad didn't set off this year's tablet mania encompassing dozens of manufacturers and virtually every major mobile platform -- and its influence will likely be felt in the industry for years to come. Oh, and it's a pretty solid device in its own right, too.
    Runner-up: Galaxy Tab

    Wearable Device of the Year

    Jawbone Icon

    Jawbone has emerged as one of the premier Bluetooth headset manufacturers, thanks largely to its NoiseAssassin technology that it's been refining over the past several years. The Icon is no exception -- and its support for software updates is a nice bonus.
    Runner-up: iPod Nano

    Wireless Device or Tech

    Verizon LTE

    Though it was beaten to the US market by MetroPCS, Verizon's deploy


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