Old Gadgets That Are Still A Good Buy

There are some devices that still command a good demand in the market irrespective of how old they are. They might be known for their camera, operating system and other features. Due to the awesome experience they provide, they have given their competitors a run for their money. They still rule the market and will be the best ones of their time.

Apple iPad 2

Apple claims there was nothing like iPad when it was launched. Even though there are two versions of it, the iPad 2 is the slimmest device with an 8.8mm thickness and slightly smaller surface area.   As iPads are best known for video and gaming, users would definitely look at its performance and speed which are the main specs to be noted.iPad 2 also upgrades to the latest iOS 6 version and this remarkable battery life give no interruption in running all new apps.


Nokia 808 PureView

Nokia 808 PureView captured the market attention with a 41 MP camera sensor and made headlines in the tech world. Though launched in 2012 it is still loved by the imaging buffs even in the present. Nokia has given this Smartphone a high point camera so that it could simply capture better quality lower resolution images. Therefore the 808 lower resolution PureView mode offers good quality, generous speed and quick sensitivity.


Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

Classy and pleasant looking along with a great build quality, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is favorite among users and. It is a great option for anyone who wants a 7” tab other than an iPad. The dual core processor clocked at 1GHz is also notable besides the operating system which is Android Jelly Bean 4.1 that gathers a strong point in this device.


Apple iPhone 4

Launched in 2010, we saw a big shift in the design of iPhones with iPhone 4 grabbing attention. It has a world class design, without any major drawbacks and offers a fast and smooth performance. It is also a solid device and can comfortably fit into hands without any trouble.



Known for its good screen, stunning design, powerful processor and quality camera, HTC One X unibody design has been a great feature, besides the 4.7 inch screen with Super IPS LCD 2 technology. Its 8 MP camera allows to you to create so many diverse styles of photos, using the raw power of the quad core processor to good effect.


Samsung Galaxy SIII

Loaded with 4.8 inch display screen that supports a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels resolution, Samsung Galaxy SIII has earned a reputation of great design and display. It has an 8 MP rear camera which has a noteworthy feature of panorama option for great landscape pictures.


Are you fond of any old gadgets that you would like to possess? Do share with us if you have any.

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by techtalks @TechTalks March 30, 2015 6:35 AM UTC


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