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Top 10 best tech gadgets you can’t buy in the U.S.

  1. Xiaomi Mi Note, also known as “the best smartphone you can’t buy in the U.S. “. The price for this smartphone is $370 USD. Xiaomi Mi Note is much thinner than the iPhone 6 Plus, including a great camera. Making your pictures better than ever without all the fuzz.
  2. Nokia N1 Tablet is only available in China, with Europe being next. This tablet is also known as “iPad mini 3 with Android” because it is the same size as the Apple’s iPad but with Google’s OS Lollipop. Although it is not an Apple product nor the Apple software, it has the Z Launcher software interface.
  3. Lenovo Vibe Shot with a 1080p screen and front camera is 8 megapixels. Also no price on this one either. The Lenovo Vibe Shot will run off of Android 5.0. It will come with 32GB of internal storage.
  4. Meizu MX4 with 3100 mAh super battery and a 20.7 megapixel sensor for the camera inside. A nice metal-bodied with a built in 16 or 32 GB.
  5. Firefox OS Smartphone: LG Fx0 is a gold transparent phone with 16GB of storage, front camera with 2.1 megapixel, and rear camera at an 8 megapixel.
  6. Jolla Phone/Tablet will be selling in 31 countries and U.S is not one of them. It is said to be released in May of 2015. There are two models, one with 32GB and a 64GB and both of those models have a slot for a microSD card.
  7. Fujitsu Lifebook GH77/T is going for $2,000 in Japan at the moment. A 15.6-inch screen and a portable display with Windows 8.1. Lifebook can also connect wirelessly to a screen, keyboard, and mouse.
  8. Thanko HD Drive Recorder is also selling in Japan for $475. It is a car dash camera that’s able to capture everything in your windshield and put it all on to a 32GB microSD card. It will overwrite your older footage if you do not take it out. With 1080 HD videos and 120 wide angle to capture everything.
  9. Casio Exilim EX-100 is another selling in Japan and not the U.S. along with a zoom lens that’s a f/28 aperture and a larger body with an image sensor. A camera willing to try if you live in Japan.
  10. New Nintendo 3DS XL, now this one is available in the U.S to sell for $199.99. Only in Japan they have the swappable faces available.

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