Hottest Products of 2010
Every year can be defined by a handful of hip products and gadgets, and 2010 is not exception. These were the hottest consumer items of 2010.
$499 - The Apple iPad is the best way to experience the web, email, photos, and video. The iPad is a device for consuming multi-media content versus the laptop is for creating multi-media content. The iPad is basically a BIG iPhone that weighs 1.5 lbs and has a big color multi-touch screen, wi-fi, 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB flash drive, bluetooth, and up to 10 hours of battery life.
$340 (set) Lifeline Skin Care Day & Night Serums are a breakthrough in anti-aging. The products use a patented non-embryonic stem cell extract to nurture collagen & fibroblasts. These products are going to help individuals improve the look and feel of their skin by combining the latest discoveries in the fields of stem cell biology, nanotechnology and skin cream formulation technology to create the highest quality, scientifically tested and most effective skin care products.
$99 - The SodaStream is a Home Soda Maker that makes your favorite soda
drinks from tap water in seconds. You can turn tap water into sparkling water in 3 seconds! Enjoy the convenience of homemade soda and protect the environment - no heavy bottles to carry, store at home or throw away. Sparkle to your taste with our delicious soda syrups. Add the flavor of your choice and make your favorite drink. Simple to clean and reuse. With the latest designs it will also look great in your kitchen. There products include drinks makers, flavored syrups, gas cylinders and bottles.
$139 - The Kindle is an electronic device for downloading, storing, and reading electronic books, known as electronic books. It was developed by a company called Lab 126 which is a subsidiary of Amazon. The Kindle has instant wireless access to Amazon.com and their huge number of electronic books with over 115,000 and growing. You can read newspapers, subscribe to magazines and blogs, and even play audio files such as MP3s or audio books. The Kindle is compact and lightweight so it is easy to handle. Just think of it as a conveniently portable television for your books.
$20 - It is padded underwear that makes women with flat booties look more round. The best way I can describe the panties are to say that they look basically like a couple of bra cup pads attached strategically in just the right place in a pair of panties. This is a great gift for the Holiday Season for those hard to buy for girlfriends.
$49 - If you have ever tried to tame your curly coif only to have tendrils spring up at the first hint of humidity, you'll want to try this new flat iron by Remington the only one that has conditioning polymers covering the plates. These frizz-fighting substances coat and smooth the hair while the heat straightens it. In our tests, kinky locks stayed sleek for up to 15 hours even after exposure to high heat and humidity. (stylewithremington.com)
$40 - Beautifully Sleek Style Toaster. Has a digital display shows toast shade setting at a glance, Bagel, defrost & cancel functions, Slide-out crumb tray, Automatic shutoff, Smudgeproof brushed finish, Extra-wide slots, and a Toast boost.
$799 - This thermostat gathers online forecasts and fires up heating and cooling equipment as the weather changes. This Web-connected slate doesn't just let you kick up the heating or cooling a few notches; it also displays temperature information for separate rooms in your home, plus weather forecasts so that you can set your in-home temperature accordingly. It even doubles as a digital photo frame when you're not using it as a thermostat.
$99 - The Powermat lets you charge your iPhone, Blackberry, Nintendo DS, and most other gadgets on the same mat. One mat, one plug. You just lay your device on the mat and it charges!
The Xeros only uses 1 cup of water! It primarily uses nylon beads and a spin cycle to clean your clothes, saving water while potentially reducing the need for dryers.