With the release of new smart phones, computers and chips, we are getting closer and closer from the future life. Ubiquitous high-speed wireless network? With LTE technology, it’s not far from that goal. Automatic driving a car? Google is developing it. A device that can automatically synchronize with your smart phone? Isn’t it Nest?

Here are 14 products which we think will lead humanity into the future:

1. KINECT

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The Kinect Xbox has quickly become one of the best potential Xbox 360 devices. It is not without reason. Since then, people bid farewell to the times when play electronic games with handle. Just like Microsoft’s advertising slogan, you are the controller. Now the Kinect not only supports gesture input, but also supports voice input.

Innovation: Kinect is just the beginning. Imagine if your TV or game consoles are applied the Kinect technology, home entertainment will be more immersive. Remote control device era has gone forever.

2. WALKMAN

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Walkman is a first popular electronic device. Since the launch in 1979 (or 1980), people used to go with music, even there is no exception in the movement.

Innovation: 30 years before the birth of iPod, Walkman had people listening to music outdoors and outside the car.

3. MAKERBOT REPLICATOR3D PRINTER

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In the movie “Star Trek”, the replicator can produce almost everything through arranging subatomic particles – food, clothes, and even other machines. The MakerBot Replicator is just like earlier version of this machine in the movie.

Innovation: nothing makes nothing, but the current 3D printing technology presents us with an interesting scene of the future world. Since you can complete an auto parts at home, why helplessly wait for several weeks?

The past commercial advertising involving pirated music and video said, “You won’t steal a car, right?” So, what about you download a car design and print out the car? This can only be answered in the future.

4. GOOGLE GLASSES

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Although the concept of head-mounted display has been in the science fiction fanatics and futurists for several decades, the Google glasses is the first genuine wearable device to capture the public eye and affect public nerve.

Innovations: Wearable computers such as Google glasses can change our lives from myriad aspects. News will be different, the concert will be different, even the x-rated movie will bring a different feel.

5. IPHONE

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When the first iPhone appeared, the history of smart phone began. Do you notice the change since then?

Innovation: The iPhone is equipped with very sensitive touch screen, need laptop screens, just click here www.batterycentury.com, special media player, handheld high-speed internet (Wi-Fi, because no 3G) and attractive design, which sets the standards for nowaday smart phones.

6. NEST THERMOSTAT

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Who knows people will be crazy for a new thermostat? When the Nest thermostat came out a few years ago, people were really crazy. Nest was soon called as the first “Apple-fied” household equipment. This is not difficult to understand. Nest is a smart device, and it can adjust the indoor temperature according to their habits. It can record when you go out and when to sleep. And the design is very beautiful.

Innovation: It takes an important step to create a truly networked home, the device will think of everything for you. Imagine that if all of your household appliances are as smart as Nest, then it is not only convenient, but also saves you a lot of electricity.

7. GOOGLE AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE 

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In this autonomous vehicle product, Google gets both praise and blame. However, Google still insists in the project, the geniuses in Google X Labs are constantly overcoming the difficulties and improving the driverless car product. There are even rumors that Google plans to produce their own cars.

Innovations: Once autonomous vehicles get perfect, the benefits are enormous. This will eliminate security problems caused by drunk driving, fatigue driving or driver error.

8. IPAD

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Before the advent of the iPad tablet computer already existed. But how many people actually bought one?

Innovations: Same as the iPhone, iPad sets the standard for each tablet in terms of appearance and function.

9. TV BOX

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If you want a networked TV, you have a number of options: Google’s Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku and a lot of “smart TVs” produced by Samsung or Sony.

Smart TV allows you to watch streaming video, such as Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, Amazon Instant and YouTube.

Innovations: With Smart TV, we are getting closer to the world where we can play the content on the Web as our wishes.

10. SSD

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If you have a MacBook Air or Intel ultrabook, you may have noticed that its start up speed is faster than other notebooks. This is attributed to SSDs. SSDs are flash-based storage solutions, which is faster than traditional hard drives.

The drawback is that SSDs is currently very expensive, the memory of several cheapest is only between 128GB and 256GB. If you want to store a lot of movies and music, the storage space is not enough.

Innovation: Once the price drops, SSDs will replace traditional hard disk drives, computer will be faster.

11. CLOUD COMPUTING

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In the past few years, the word “cloud” silently entered into our daily technology parlance. Apple is no exception to name the online storage service as “iCloud”. But what’s the “cloud”? Simply speaking, it is a way to store all your files, photos and musics through the Web to place them in a remote server. Excellent cloud services include Dropbox, Google Drive and Box.net, etc., which can become a virtual desktop folder, and allow you to access these files from anywhere.

Innovation: As the Internet is getting faster, the devices are lighter and cheaper, cloud storage has become the best way to backup files. Cloud storage also saves valuable space of a computer, tablet or smart phone.

12. VOICE CONTROL

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Siri is not a true artificial intelligence technology, but it is similar to services such as Google Now. It seems that we are not far from the JARVIS in “Iron Man”.

Innovation: Siri and other similar applications are just the beginning. They have the ability to learn, and can continue to be improved. You can imagine that one day the majority of people have a voice assistant function similar to Siri.

13. LTE

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LTE (Long Term Evolution) is a wireless technology, which can transfer data on mobile devices with broadband speed. With the carriers expanding LTE overlay network, it’s just a matter of time for most urban areas covered by LTE.

Innovations: One day, when we recall the days when go to Wi-Fi cafe shops in order to use high-speed wireless Internet, it’s joyful. Due to the LTE chips in mobile phones and tablet computers, we finally can understand the feelings of the mobile network at any time. LTE is not a perfect solution, but it is a step to the right direction.

14. FOLDABLE DISPLAY

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The foldable touch screen display may sound like things in science fiction, but it does exist. In fact, LG has completed the basic work for large-scale production of collapsible displays. 

Innovations: You may think foldable display is the gimmick and will never become a reality, just as people once thought it impossible to produce touch screen. Imagine if you are able to roll up your smart phone or tablet and put it inside a pocket or bag. Will you think your iPhone is thin?


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Myself Cathy, I love tech articles, and I have been writing technological posts for several years. Of course, I have a site selling laptop accessories at the best price, you can click here to visit www.batterycentury.com.

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With the release of new smart phones, computers and chips, we are getting closer and closer from the future life. Ubiquitous high-speed wireless network? With LTE technology, it's not far from that goal. Automatic driving a car? Google is developing it. A device that can automatically synchronize with your...