Gadgets Show Live 2010 Showcased Luxury GadgetsMay 6, 2020
As reported by Latest Gadgets, this year’s Gadget Show Live showcased an exciting range of electronic gadgets that appeal to tech lovers more than ever before.
The UK-based show, held during 7 to 11 April, enjoyed a record attendance of over 66,000 visitors, more than double than that of the first Gadget Show Live in 2009. Some visitors were seen queuing up for the show as early as 6am.
The organiser, Upper Street events director Matt Hodgins, remarked that the show will be made bigger next year as there is no similarly large-scale UK-based gadget show like it. Their plan is to open another hall and to add an extra day to the show in order to showcase a more comprehensive range of gadgets.
The most expensive gadget was the Sky Car MK2. Made in the UK this buggy has a speed of 110 mph and boasts superb performance on the road. Armed with a ram-air wing it is a half-car, half-plane innovation. Priced at £55,320, however, it may put off quite a lot of buyers.
A foldable Yikebike, a sleekly designed kit with a classic leather seat, is set to provide the most convenient and stylish personal travel solution. Weighing 2 lbs, the bike can travel at a speed of up to 25kmph, has a range of 9km and makes travelling around much easier, either for work or leisure.
In addition, the Cyclone Micro, a plug and play HDMI media player adapter, enables you to play and enjoy your media files directly on the TV via the gadget. Priced at £40 it offers value for money and works seamlessly with your audio-visual entertainment system.
Made in the US, Beats by Dre is designed to let you enjoy the best music experience. The headphone acoustics are strong in audio clarity and super-deep bass and make the perfect accompaniment to your music collection. The revolutionary headphones are sold at a premium price of £270.
Seeing the lucrative market of the 3D visual experience, Sony has launched its latest 3D gear that will provide powerful entertainment. The 3D TV has an impressive design and can be linked up to the Sony 3D PS3. Priced at £2,000, the gadget will add a touch of luxury to your stylish living room for those who can afford it.