Who's Nominated for T3's Gadget of the Year?

By Tom Pritchard on at

As many of you know, every year our good friends at T3 hold the T3 Awards, a look back at all the incredible tech from the last 12 months. This year is no exception, and as ever the coveted 'Gadget of the Year' category has a lot of competition. Here are this year's nominees:

Sky Q

The most advanced Sky system yet, offering multi-room multi-screen playback, 4K TV, and personalised TV recommendations. If you're still shackled to your TV, Sky Q should definitely be on your radar.

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Oculus Rift

The first big name in virtual reality may have taken a while to get here, but it definitely did not disappoint. VR might still be in the early days of adoption, but the Oculus Rift shows it doesn't have to be a useless gimmick.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

The Galaxy S7 got a lot of praise for its improved performance and operating system, but the S7 Edge has it trumped when it comes to design. With a curved bezel-free display, and packed with all that fancy hardware, there's not much more you could want from an Android phone.

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iPhone 6S

Taking off where the iPhone 6 left off, the 6S added some extra features to the iPhone family, including 3D Touch, and the ever-impressive camera.

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HTC Vive

Oculus might have had the brand recognition from the get go, but there's no denying HTC and Valve's Vive headset is giving it a run for its money. It might be pricey, but virtually no one has had anything bad to say about it so far.

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Microsoft Surface Book

Is it a laptop, a tablet, or both? Hybrid machines are not new by any stretch of the imagination, but the Surface Book reinvigorated the excitement by offering a device that actually excels as both devices and made some people excited about Windows again.

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iPad Pro 9.7-inch

The iPad Pro was a great device, but the 9.7-inch model packed all of its best qualities into a smaller device that was much more convenient to use.

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Garmin Fenix 3 Sapphire

A great product is hard to improve, but when you add premium materials into the mix then you're onto a winner. That's what Garmin did with the Fenix 3 Sapphire, and they did a hell of a job.

Naim Mu-so Qb

The Naim Mu-so was T3's Audio Product of the Year last year, and things just kept getting better. This time round it's cheaper, smaller, but still just as good as before. Everything anyone wants in a wireless speaker.

Samsung Family Hub

A smart fridge packed with an Android infotainment centre, and cameras that can tell you what's inside regardless of where you are. No more standing there with the door open while you figure out what you need with this.