2013’s Best-Selling Music Gadgets and Accessories

So how did you do in the gift department this holiday season? Did you gleefully unwrap the tablet, phone, smart TV or Samsung Galaxy Gear watch of your dreams?
More iOS and Android devices are activated each Christmas than on any other day of the year, retailers say. And while Amazon.com claims that its top-selling tablets for 2013 were its very Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX 7″, and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″, other media outlets beg to differ. CNN’s Tech Live reported, according to its impromptu web poll, that 58% of giftees got iPads for Dec. 25th vs. just 7% who said they received Kindles.
Whether you got a Kindle, iPad, Samsung or other device this season, we’re guessing you’re probably not going to stick with the cheap ear-buds that came with it.
Headphones, ear buds and wireless speakers also flew off store shelves this holiday season, ringing up 13% of the $8 billion in electronics sales between Nov. 24 and Dec. 7, according to the Associated Press and research firm NPD Group.
Thanks to Bose, JBL and Dr. Dre and his Beats by Dre, headphone sales rose 14% while sales of sound bars, those thin powerful speakers that make you feel like Eminem’s monster really is under your bed, soared 80%. Wireless speaker sales also nearly quadrupled.
So however you’re grooving to your music in 2014, make sure you take it with you on your laptop, tablet or phone. MyMusicCloud lets you connect up to 10 devices, regardless of brand, to your music library, so you’re never without Kat Krazy, Beyonce, Luke Bryan or Prince Royce. Don’t be shackled to one device; seize the freedom to listen how you want.

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