1. iPhone 6 plus - Product of the year - Any time I get a new phone, it will most likely end up on this list. The iPhone 6 plus is the phone I have wanted since I bought my first smartphone several years ago (Kyocera 7135). It is finally large enough to be used for more than just email and music. The main upsides are the fact that it now has a 1920x1080, 5.5 inch screen, TouchID/ApplePay (which is amazing and probably deserves its own entry on this list), faster processor, better camera with optical stabilization, slo-mo video, specific landscape mode with certain apps, fantastic battery life, etc... See some of my impressions here and here.
4. Seagate Backup Plus Desktop Thunderbolt Adapter/SSD - The prices of Solid State Drives are finally starting to fall to more reasonable levels. I updated my MBP and iMac with SSD. I cracked open the MBP and replaced the optical drive with SSD, but I didn't feel comfortable doing that to the iMac. Luckily, my 2011 iMac has a thunderbolt port and the Seagate Adapter just plugs into the iMac and you can use an SSD for the boot drive. Worked like a charm and since it has two thunderbolt ports, I can daisy chain a monitor or another drive to it. If you want a major increase in speed on your thunderbolt iMac, this worked for me. I want to also mention that I purchased an iMac Backpack from Twelve South that put a shelf on the back of the iMac that puts the drive out of site. I discussed the iMac update here.
In addition to the above, which are my top ten for the year, I thought I would make the list a bit longer this year to make up for all of the Apple stuff on the list this year:
11. SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism Gaming Headset - These are fantastic, comfortable game/movie headphones that can be customized for sound and for looks. I have a long review on Amazon and I will probably add a review for them in my blog.