“Best consumer technology innovations of 2013″ [Infographic]

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Not a bad list of top most innovative products of 2013. But I don’t think the iPad mini, HapiFork, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One deserve to be called innovation. Progress, maybe, but not innovation. I’m not being biased here, but come on, the PlayStation 4 is just a beefed up PlayStation 3 without any form of true innovation. It’s arguably the most powerful console out right now, but power has been done before a million times over. I once read an article where the author claims the PlayStation 4 as the console that “defined” gaming in 2013. Wait, what? Ha!

[via Best Choice Reviews]

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  1. Seamus McSeamus

    Use the HapiFork in conjunction with the Xbox One. The extra calories you don’t burn because you’re too lazy to get off the couch can be somewhat countered when the fork tells you to stop stuffing your gullet.