Best Gadgets of 2020

1. Adonit V-Grip

Adonit V-Grip
(image credit: Adonit)

Pros:

  • Bluetooth shutter remote
  • Multi-Angle Adjustable Stand
  • Cold shoe mount
  • Extendable selfie stick

Cons:

  • Thin phone grip

2. OlloClip

OlloClip
(image credit: Degreef & Partner)

Pros:

  • Fisheye lens
  • Wide-angle lens
  • Macro lens
  • Selfie Bluetooth remote

Cons:

  • Not the best lenses

3. Anker Capsule Max:

Anker Capsule Max
(image credit: Anker)

Pros:

  • Auto focus
  • Sharp clear image
  • Bright
  • Loud and clear audio
  • Can be used as Bluetooth speaker

Cons:

  • Expensive

4. FayTech Flat

FayTech Flat
(image credit: Faytech)

Pros:

  • Incredibly slim
  • Lightweight
  • Highly responsive touch screen

Cons:

  • No built-in battery
  • Not very bright

5. WonderCube

WonderCube
(image credit: iMore)

Pros:

  • Built-in USB Type C
  • MicroUSB
  • Built-in Micro-SD card reader
  • Led Flashlight
  • Phone stand
  • 9v Emergency charger

Cons:

  • Only supports 128GB and below

6. Volterman Smart Wallet

Volterman Smart Waller
(image credit: Indiegogo)

Pros:

  • Location Tracking
  • Built-in alarm
  • Built-in camera
  • High capacity built-in battery
  • Wireless Charging

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • Thick
  • Terrible Android app

7. Meural Canvas

Meural Canvas
(image credit: TechCrunch)

Pros:

  • Dedicated Smartphone app
  • Motion art work
  • Ambient Sensor
  • Auto-rotate
  • Gesture controlled

Cons:

  • Expensive

8. Alogic Dock Nano Mini

Alogic Dock Nano Mini
(image credit: Alogic)

Pros:

  • USB-C port
  • HDMI
  • USB-A port
  • Headphone jack