That said, I'm not really a big fan of the Galaxy Note but I think it brings much more possibility and productivity to a work place environment than the iPhone 4S.For sheer ingenuity and innovation, I would have thrown the Samsung Galaxy Beam into the mix. With its 4 inch screen, 8GB storage, microSD slot, dual-core 1GHz processor and Android Gingerbread out the box, upgradeable to Jelly Bean, the Galaxy Beam is a decent smartphone already. But the addition of a built-in nHD projector, with an output of 15 lumens and scalable display size of up to 50mm, gives it a massive selling point.
samsung galaxy beam (Photo credit: bhautikjoshi)
The ability to quickly chuck a presentation onto a wall, or hastily show a struggling employee a YouTube tutorial on software they're just getting to grips with can prove invaluable.Plus, on those slow Friday afternoons you could share an episode of Peter Andre: My Life with your colleagues, as a treat (or punishment). Rather than force my views on you, we asked around the TechTarget/Computer Weekly office for the thoughts of some of our industry renowned journalists and experts on what they thought were some more likely Gadget of the Year winners: