The big surprise of 2013 was that Apple didn’t wow us with any revolutionary hardware. Instead, the year was marked by valiant efforts from smaller companies like Pebble and Leap Motion, comebacks by old stalwarts like BlackBerry and Motorola, and capped by the launch of next-gen consoles. And perhaps most surprisingly, the best gadget of the year was the cheapest: Google’s incredible little Chromecast.
For a list of the best new hardware products of 2013, we tried as much as possible to focus on “new”. The gadgets had to do something others didn’t do, or offer it at a ridiculously low price. Here are the shiny hunks of metal that made us drool in the last year.
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