You didn't have to attend this year's CES to have gadget envy. There are so many great smartphones, computers, laptops, and other gadgets available in the market that the real challenge becomes choosing the right one to fit your needs and your budget.
While sites like Amazon and countless others offer reviews and product comparisons, they require a lot of reading on your end and, most of the time, require you to click through different review pages and videos. That's where Product Chart comes in.
Product Chart makes it easy to find the great products you want and need, with easy-to-decipher graphs and filters. You can search for smartphones, laptops, MP3 players (yes, they still exist), flash drives, and even solid state drives.
I've been in the market for a new laptop for about 6 months, but all the various configurations and options have left me stuck pinpointing want I really want. I'd like to stay with Apple, but with the filter guide. I can find comparable options from other manufacturers.
Use the option panel located on the left of your screen to select specs for you laptop, like CPU, amount of RAM, desired screen size, weight, brand, and more. Highlight items you want to remember, then hover over the images to get a quick snapshot of the item's description.
Clicking on an item will take you directly to its Amazon page, where you can buy it on the spot or read reviews from other buyers. And remember, it's not just laptops. Near the bottom, under the "More" section, you can select between different product categories.
Struggling with which Android phone you should buy next? Check out their smartphone filters and you'll be sure to find exactly what you need. Use the X and Y axes to easily divert your eyes to the cheaper options versus the more expensive ones (Price) or larger versus smaller items on the chart (Screen Size).
The same rhetoric goes for MP3 players, flash drives, and SSDs. Product Chart is a super helpful and easy-to-use resource for anyone looking into a new gadget for work or play.
Let us know what you think about their graphical display in the comment section below.