It can be difficult to shop for gifts for tech lovers, especially if you don’t have a clue about what you’re looking at. But here we’ve done the hard work for you – all you need to do is pick the best of the best gift for a technology fan.
There are some great picks that make you wonder in awe, and your tech fan will surely appreciate you looking out for their passion. A particular favorite of ours is the travel cable organiser, because we all know how many cables a techie brings to every holiday!
It levitates! It lights up! Need I say more? This is an electronically controlled magnetic system that comes with a LED light feature, guaranteed to make any desk look cool.
The #1 solution for most tech problems is making sure your device is plugged in and turned on. Any true techie will get a kick out of this humorous t-shirt.
All techies need something to organize their plugs, earbuds, devices, etc. while on the go. This is a great gift for the techie in your life, so they don’t get their wires tangles and devices lost.
The PecanPi Streamer is an audiophile’s dream. It uses the latest technologies to achieve high performance.
Featuring XLR, RCA, and headphone outputs it will work with almost any system or completely as a stand alone device.
It’s small size makes it ideal for people who don’t have a lot of space.
There’s never been a better time to buy a pair of Apple AirPods for the techie in your life. AirPods are Apple’s signature Bluetooth headphones that connect seamlessly with iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Macs.
Apple recently released a wireless AirPods charging case, so you don’t need a Lightning cable to charge your AirPods anymore.
Additionally, iOS 13 (the next major iOS update) will introduce AirPods Audio Sharing, allow you to connect to pairs of AirPods to one device. That way, you and a friend can both watch the same movie or TV show without having to share headphones.
Perfect for those on the go, the thin and light Yoga C630 WOS (Windows on Snapdragon) combines the power and productivity of a Windows 10 laptop with the always-on, always-connected mobility of a smartphone.
It has Wi-Fi support and constant connectivity with integrated 4G LTE, and up to 22 hours of local video playback through Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 850 Mobile Compute Platform. The Yoga C630 allows users to draw or annotate with its optional Lenovo Pen and Windows Ink for a natural pen-on-paper experience on its vibrant 13.3-inch FHD IPS touchscreen display, or type longer emails and crunch numbers on its keyboard.
Winner of the 2019 TWICE Picks Award at CES, the deceptively simple GoDonut is for anyone who has ever wanted hands-free use of their smartphone or tablet when watching YouTube, movies, workout or instruction videos or just reading. The round, sturdy plastic stand works with every smartphone or tablet, offers two different angles, and is made in the U.S.
As CEO of a tech publication, I like to really know what’s new in the tech world so I can get my hands on it. My favorite bit of tech I’ve gotten recently is the second generation Sonos One. It’s not just another smart speaker. What sets it apart is that it can be used with Amazon Alexa, Google Home, or Apple AirPlay. You can also pair two of them together in a single room to have stereo sound.
Today’s techies want their devices to all work together seamlessly—and speakers are no exception.
Edifier S1000DB Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers use Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX decoding to deliver pristine sound and easy connectivity. Pair them with gaming setups, home-theater equipment, or any smart device and experience perfectly-synced audio with award-winning sound quality.
And they don’t just sound great—they feature wooden side panels and black matte finish for a visually striking look. Best of all, they won’t break the bank at just $349 a pair.