Three major tech expos have taken place so far this year, and they have all resulted in the unveilings of a bunch of new stuff that has captured our imagination.
Let's take a look at what these hotly-anticipated products are so that when they're out, you'd know what to spend your $$$ on.
Apple packed some pretty cool features in last year's iPhone 5S, but it was almost identical to its predecessor iPhone 5 as far as the body is concerned. In this year's batch, Apple is expected to change the look as well as add some much-needed size to the display area.
Google Glass 2
The original Google Glass promised a lot but delivered very little. Also, it wasn't commercially available, which is expected to change this year.
In a nutshell, this is a streaming service that will do all the computing on Sony's servers and relay the visual output back to the user. Hence, you wouldn't need high-end hardware to play heavy games anymore. Considered by some as the future of all-gaming, PS Now is expected to come out in the mid of 2014.
This is a virtual reality head-mounted display that has always been a hardcore gamer's dream. With promises to bring sci-fi into real life, the Oculus Rift is expected to hit stores later this year.
Asus Transformer Book Duet
Here, we've got a cross between a laptop and a tablet, and Android and Windows. Nuff said.
2014 is the year of many things, among which 'wearable tech' is the hottest. Google already has its Glass, so why should Apply stay behind. Rumor has it that the Cupertino-based giant is working on developing an iWatch.
Samsung Galaxy S5
The Galaxy S5's release was kind of a bummer but the phone's pedigree and Samsung's promise to handout freebies has brought it back in the game. It may not be a truly innovative product, but it is still an improvement on the S4, which automatically makes it the best Samsung Smartphone out there.
HTC One 2
Last year's HTC One was such a massive hit, it was a no-brainer for the Taiwanese company to turn it into a Galaxy/iPhone type series. An official announcement in this regard is expected later this month.
Curved televisions sets are so 2013. This year, we'll finally get to see the real, bendable screens that will switch between curved and flat on your command.
Microsoft failed to impress with Windows 8 and failed some more with its 8.1 update. As expected, it's now cooking up Win 9, which hopefully wouldn't have the issues that its predecessor had.