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These are some amazing devices. With the year just starting to get underway, having such unique pieces of technology already hitting the market is exciting.
1. The DaVinci Portable Vaporizer:
The DaVinci promises to shake up the market for vaporizers. Unlike its larger brethren, the DaVinci is completely portable. It boasts a sleek, handheld form and smokeless functionality. It has digital temperature control so that it can be used with any cured plant matter, and even has a storage compartment built into it. Anyone who needs to purchase a vaporizer this year needs to take a serious look at the DaVinci.
2. Asus Padfone:
Initially teased by Asus in the first half of 2011, the company finally unveiled more about the device at this year's CES. As the name implies, it's a full-featured Android smartphone that can dock into a specially made tablet. The tablet can then be docked into another keyboard accessory, transforming it into a laptop. This setup promises to bring down the cost of owning all three mobile devices, and we can't wait to see it hit the market.
3. Sony Personal - 3D Viewer:
Sony has taken the HDTV and shrunk it down to make it an on-the-go device. The device combines a visor form function with an HD screen and speakers. The result is a home theater that fits over the user's head. It has a relatively high price point, but it is definitely worth it for some people.
4. Fujifilm X-Pro 1:
Despite the rise of smartphones with 8-megapixel cameras and amazing sensors, the digital camera market is still thriving. The X-Pro 1 is a good example of why. It features interchangeable lenses and takes photos at an incredible 16 megapixels. With other functions that let users fine-tune their exposure, the X-Pro 1 looks like one of the most solid digital cameras of the year.
5. PlayStation Vita:
Sony's newest handheld PlayStation suffered a number of setbacks, but it's finally here and it's amazing. It has the same buttons and thumbsticks that PlayStation fans already know and love, but combines that form factor with a beautiful 5-inch touchscreen. Its cloud gaming capabilities let gamers play over AT&T's 3G network. When it comes to mobile gaming, nothing is touching the PlayStation Vita.