IN PICTURES: 8 most interesting tech gadgets of 2013

There may be some mind-blowing new gadgets that come out in time for the holiday gift buying season, but here’s a list of the eight most significant tech gadgets released to date.

Sero 7 Pro Released: May 24, 2013

When Google released a refresh of the Nexus 7 tablet, it was updated with a faster processor and higher-resolution screen. It also came with a bump-up in price for the base model, from $199 to $229. Then there’s the Sero 7 Pro, sold exclusively through Walmart. This Android tablet has similar internal hardware as the original Nexus 7 and includes three things that the latter noticeably lacked: a mini HDMI port, rear-facing camera, and SD card slot. When the Sero 7 Pro was first released, its price was $149 but was soon trimmed to $129.

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