Gadgets are a bit of a hobby for me. For example: My phone is a Samsung SGH-Z500, the one that’s a small 3G phone, 1 mega pixel camera, video call facility and, thanks to a free download, able to browse the internet - even this site.
UPDATE: I have just changed phones to the Nokia N93 This phone can handle web sites better than the Samsung Z500 and produces fantastic photos for a phone. It has a 3.2MP sensor and a 3x optical zoom provided by Carl Zeiss lenses. Carl Zeiss lenses can be found on surgical theatres due to their quality. Some reviewers have even rated the photos better that the 5 MP N95!
FURTHER UPDATE: My current phone is the Palm Pre (I bought it before HP bought Palm) As I have so much to say about this phone, I have dedicated an entire page to it.
My watch is solar powered, radio set from the atomic clock in Rugby and one of the most shock-proof watches available. It is also water resistant to 200m, world time, FIVE alarms and a stopwatch!
My organiser is a Palm Tungsten T3 which is capable of playing MP3’s and displaying photos.
But these are merely high tech toys. Gadgets come in a variety of classifications and don’t necessarily need to be high tech.
An example of low tech gadget is the garlic card. A simple credit card ‘device’ which purees garlic. Another one I’ve just found and like is this one. (right)
To the right is a good example of a kitchen gadgets which I’ve dedicated a page to.