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Tech Gadgets Name List in Japanese

 

Gadgets Name List in Japanese



I am not a tech person but let’s talk about Gadget's name in Japanese. I will only include those that I know, and I will not elaborate on brands, specifications, quality, etc as I don’t particularly read any reviews or bothered to know whether these gadgets have excellent specs or if this gadget is expensive not. I bought user-friendly gadgets, and I can easily understand them.

A gadget is defined as a mechanical or electrical device. Most gadgets are now AI-based gadgets. Even children have one or more gadgets, from inexpensive up to the most expensive gadgets. 

ガジェット
is the Katakana sound of Gadget.

Below is the list of different gadgets. Almost all the gadget names are written in Katakana as I am not familiar with its Kanji or if it has Kanji equivalent.

Gadget name

Japanese

Romaji

Computer

コンピューター

Konpyu-ta-

Hard drive

ハードドライブ

Ha-do doraibu

Floppy disc

フロッピーディスク

Furoppi- Dhisuku

Laptop

ラップトップ

Rapputoppu

Mouse

マウス

Mausu

Tablet PC

タブレットPC

Taburetto PC

Memory card

メモリーカード

Memori- ka-do

Memory stick

メモリースティック

Memori suthikku

USB stick

USBスティック

USB Suthikku

Game console

ゲームコンソール

Ge-mu Konso-ru

Digital camera

デジタルカメラ

Dejitaru kamera

DVD player

DVDプレーヤー

DVD Pure-ya-

Mp3 player

MP3プレーヤー

MP3 Pure-ya-

Video Camera

ビデオカメラ

Bideo kamera

Webcam

ウェブカメラ

Uibu kamera

Printer

プリンター

Purinta-

Scanner

スキャナー

Sukyana-

Speaker

スピーカー

Supi-ka-

Projector

プロジェクター

Purojekuta-

Router

ルーター

Ru-ta-

Alarm clock

めざましどけい

Mezamashidokei

Antenna

アンテナ

Antena

Calculator

でんたく

Dentaku

Ebook

でんしブック

Denshi Bukku

Remote control

リモコン

Rimokon

Earbuds

イヤフォン

Iyafon

Headphones

ヘッドホン

Heddohon

Headset

ヘッドセット

Heddosetto

Wireless headphones

ワイヤレスヘッドホン

Waiyaresu heddohon

Microphone

マイクロフォン

Maikurofon

Smartwatch

スマートとけい

Suma-to tokei

Smart Board

スマートボード

Suma-to bo-do

Electric bike

でんどうじてんしゃ

Dendou jitensha

Photo camera

フォトカメラ

Fotokamera

Drones 

ドローン

Doro-n

 

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