10 Of The Best Tech Gadget and Gear Launches of 2019

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As 2019 comes to an end, it’s time to take a moment to reflect on the past year, including all the highs and lows, and even the biggest tech gadgets that were released. In 2019, we saw Sonos released its first-ever portable speaker, Apple impressed the world with the iPhone 11’s three cameras, and Google continued to make our lives smarter with its latest gadgets. 

From a new design of wireless earbuds and sunglasses with speakers built into the frames to a smartphone that can take next-level photos in the dark, read on to learn about the year’s most desirable technology. And after all that, if you’re still seeking more great tech, check out hotrate.com for the latest gadget reviews.

Here are 10 of the best tech gadget & gear launches of 2019!

Google Nest Home
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Google Nest Home

Google continues to make your home smarter with the release of its Google Nest Home, which gives you voice-control over a thousand compatible devices, from lights and cameras to TVs and more—all from a single dashboard. If you found you were easily impressed by the Google Home, the Nest Home gives you even more control and assistance and is designed to connect seamlessly with your smart home.

From $169 at Google
Apple iPhone 11 Pro
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Apple iPhone 11 Pro

In September, Apple introduced the world to the iPhone 11 Pro, which is hailed as the most powerful and most advanced iPhone Apple has ever built. Featuring a dynamic range of three cameras that allow you to shoot in Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto, you can now take incredible photos in all settings including daylight, low light, and Night Mode.

From $1,379 at Apple
Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer
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Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer

Your wireless device can now work as an instant camera thanks to the Fujifilm Instax Mini Link smartphone printer. The compact printer is equipped with Bluetooth technology and a motion sensor to pair seamlessly with your phone or tablet. Plus, you can edit and customize your pictures with fun frames and filters before printing them out on Instax Mini film.

$119 at Best Buy
Click And Grow Smart Indoor Garden
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Click And Grow Smart Indoor Garden

You can turn a black thumb into a green thumb with the Click and Grow Smart Indoor Garden. The built-in sensors and innovative Smart Soil let the garden know when to automatically deliver an optimal amount of water, oxygen, or nutrients. All you have to do is plug it in, add water, and watch your indoor plants thrive.

$205 at Nordstrom
Google Pixel 4
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Google Pixel 4

This fall, Google also revealed its latest smartphone, which, like Apple, is also equipped with an impressive camera. The new device offers users a smoother experience; it has a cool hand-waving motion sensor that allows you to control your device without actually touching it; a smarter Google Assistant; and the addition of a second rear camera, which allows users to take their photography skills to the next level and take studio-like photos, without having to be in an actual photography studio.

$799 at Google
Bose Audio Frames
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Bose Audio Frames

Bose combined two of our favourite essentials into one amazing product this year: sunglasses and wireless earbuds. The shades are very similar to the iconic Rayban silhouette, only these frames actually play music that you can stream from your phone via Bluetooth. But don’t worry, no one else will actually able to hear the music playing thanks to the acoustic chambers that rest right above your ears. And with multiple styles to choose from, there’s a pair for everyone.

$249 at Amazon
Samsung Galaxy Buds
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Samsung Galaxy Buds

Sure, wireless bud-style headphones might all seem alike, but Samsung’s new Galaxy buds have a few standout details that set them apart. They’ve got a stylish design and they’re comfortable and fit snuggly in your hear. Not to mention they’re extremely easy to pair and use, and are equipped with powerful bass for incredible sound.

$177 at Amazon
Sonos Move
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Sonos Move

It’s been a long time coming, but Sonos has finally released a portable speaker. With Sonos Move, the company created a speaker that sounds just as good as the rest of its lineup, only it boasts an ergonomic pick-up and carry handle, so you can listen to all of your favourite things, wherever you are. Featuring ten hours of battery life and a weather-resistant and hardware build that can survive even the most daunting drops, the Move works on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or Apple’s AirPlay 2, so you can stream music regardless of how close you are to the nearest power outlet.

$499 at Chapters Indigo
Dyson V11 Torque Drive
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Dyson V11 Torque Drive

Sure, the price tag is a bit high, but no one makes a vacuum quite like Dyson. And don’t be fooled, while the V11 Torque Drive wireless vacuum looks quite similar to the Cyclone V10, it’s equipped with a handful of notable upgrades, including suction that’s 20% more powerful, a 40% larger dust bin, and an LCD screen that displays battery life in real-time.

$649 at Dyson
Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones
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Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones

Available in a range of colours, the all-new Beats Solo Pro wireless noise-cancelling headphones are compact, incredibly elegant, and exceptionally comfortable. The new headphones can deliver up to 22-hours of wireless play when the noise-cancelling feature is switched on, and an even more impressive 40-hours of play when the feature switched off.

$303 at Chapters Indigo

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