15 Hot Startups Exploring The Hardware Niche

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Bangalore: We have witnessed startups building apps for bigger companies or creating websites and other innovative and cool mind boggling software’s. But the trend is now changing; entrepreneurs have come up with brilliant ideas and are now building real physical hardware, which is apparently the hottest trend in the Startup world.

Some of the new hardware ventures have found life to move on with their projects, thanks to all the investors who realize the importance of this sector as well.  Now let us look at some of the 15 hottest hardware startups which are beating all expectations, as compiled by Business Insider.

#15 Grand St. - Funding: $1.3 million
Helps hardware makers sell their products
Founders: Amanda Peyton, Aaron Henshaw, and Joe Lallouz

This is a new online site for people who love creative technology. Grand St. offers a brand new way for the customers to avail cool toys and gadgets. The best thing about this site is that, it displays only those products which are tested by its staffs, by doing so the consumer could get the right information of the products.

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