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The next iPhone

iPhone 8? 7S? Both? Everything about the next iPhone is a mystery. Rumors suggest smaller bezels, a rear-mounted TouchID sensor (or maybe even one under the screen) and inductive charging. But it's not an exaggeration to say that the 10th anniversary model is the most anticipated tech product of the year.

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Galaxy Note 8

Samsung isn't giving up on its Note line just yet. Samsung has confirmed it will release a large, stylus-equipped phone in 2017 (it'll be August or September, if it follows past release cycles) and that it indeed will be called the Galaxy Note 8.

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Essential Phone

Andy Rubin, the father of the Android operating system, has created an all-new handset. The Essential Phone will become available later this summer.

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Google Pixel 2

Sequels to Google's Pixel phones are said to be in the works, too. If they follow last year's schedule, they'd likely hit in October.

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Tesla Model 3

It feels like we've been waiting an eternity for the Tesla Model 3. The all-electric sedan can be driven up to 215 miles on a single charge. It's also one of the most affordable all-electric vehicles, starting at $35,000 in the US before any government incentives.

Tesla has said the Model 3 will start production in July, with the first deliveries expected toward the end of the year.

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Xbox One X

Microsoft's most powerful game console ever hits stores on November 7 for $499. £449 or AU $649. It plays all of the same games as the existing Xbox One models, but can output up to true 4K resolution (on compatible titles and TVs). And unlike the PS4 Pro, it plays 4K UHD Blu-ray discs, too.

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Super NES Classic Edition

The follow-up to Nintendo's impossible-to-get NES Classic arrives on September 29 for $80 or £80 (AU $119.95, out Sept. 30). It packs 21 titles dripping with pure retro nostalgia, including the previously unreleased Star Fox 2

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New Nintendo 2DS XL

Need your retro Nintendo fun on the go? Check out the New Nintendo 2DS XL. In exchange for dropping the 3D effect (you won't miss it), this otherwise identical version to the previous model is $150 or £130 when it hits stores in the US and UK on July 28. (It's already out in Australia for AU$200.)

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iMac Pro

Mac Pro successor will arrive sometime after 2017. In the meantime, though, Apple will be launching a new iMac Pro in December. The most powerful all-in-one Mac ever will be powered by top-of-the-line Intel Xeon processors, and pricing will start at $5,000.  

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Apple HomePod

Also arriving in December is Apple's first entry in the smart speaker market. The Siri-enabled HomePod Wi-Fi speaker will retail for $349 (£270/AU$465, converted).

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Harman Kardon Invoke

Apple, Google and Amazon aren't the only ones in the smart speaker market. Earlier this year, Microsoft promised a Cortana-powered speaker, too. It's called the Harman Kardon Invoke, and it's coming later this year.

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Amazon Echo Look

Amazon's Echo Look is essentially a smart selfie camera with built-in LED lighting and computer vision-based background blur. Using your voice, you can take full-length photos and short videos with the hands-free camera and get styling advice from Alexa, Amazon's voice assistant. Needless to say there's a shopping element involved.

Amazon is selling the Echo Look by "invite-only," which was how it sold the original Echo speaker when it first was released. You can request an invite and you'll eventually be able to buy one, but it's unclear when.

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Android O

Back in March, Google released a developer preview of its next Android OS, currently know as "O." Some of O's most exciting features are better battery life, easier controls for notifications and picture-in-picture video for both phones and tablets. Expect the OS update later in 2017.

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iOS 11

iOS 11 adds a host of new features to iPhones, including a revamped Control Center, Apple Pay via Messages, better Live Photos, scan to Notes, a more human-sounding Siri and much more. For iPads, the list is even longer, with improved multitasking features and a better app dock. Look for it to hit iPhones and iPads around September.

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MacOS High Sierra

Apple promises that the next version of the Mac operating system will make Macs faster and more secure. Other cool features include better face recognition and editing tools. The full release will be in the fall but the first beta is now available to the public.

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

The next free update to Windows 10 is the Fall Creators Update. Among the highlights is the Story Remix tool, which uses 3D and other mixed reality elements to enhance photos and videos. As the name suggests, it's coming this autumn.

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