We don’t want you to panic, but the holiday season is just around the corner. And we know you might get busy hanging wreath and ornaments and looking up the perfect cookie decoration. This doesn’t mean you miss out on placing the perfect Christmas gifts under the tree. So before you race to buy gifts on Christmas eve, start checking out the abundance of tech gifts that we’ve carefully curated for you.
Cool Gadgets for Men & Women
Ekster Best Tech Gifts – $79 USD
Lost your wallet? Don’t fret. Just call it.
Ekster 3.0 Parliament Wallet is the world’s first voice-activated smart wallet, offering activated smart wallet, offering users worldwide traceability, quick card access, and RFID protection. It’s also (still) the only solar-powered wallet in the world.
With the card-slider mechanism of the RFID wallet, you will have everything you need right at your fingertips. One click of the trigger and your six most-used cards are ejected in a smooth and staggered fashion, making fumbling through your wallet a distant memory.
It is a luxury Wallet for him as well as for her and comes at a price of 79$ without tracker and 108$ with tracker.
BT2200 Headphones Best Tech Gifts – $54.99 USD
More and more individuals are suffering from Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHIL) in today’s day and age. With everyone from kids to adults listing to music, shows, podcasts, and games using headphones they are putting themselves at risk for NIHL.
Puro Sound Labs, a world leader in volume limiting kid’s headphones, has come up with BT2200 Headphones. The pair limits the volume of its products so your children can’t damage their hearing. What’s cool is that even though the headphones limit the volume it doesn’t limit the performance of the product. Puro has spent a lot of time spent a lot of time optimizing their sound curve so the wearer can still experience premium audio while protecting their hearing.
iCAIR Best Tech Gifts – $299 USD
Do you get frequent headaches? Maybe due to poor indoor air quality. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has investigated the significant and harmful effects that indoor air pollution can have. The EPA studies of human exposure to air pollutants indicate that indoor levels of pollutants maybe two to five times higher than outdoor levels.
KnightWatcher has developed and launched an electronic device to monitor the air quality in your homes or businesses, so you can enjoy better health and comfort. This electronic device, called iCAIR (I see air), alerts the user of indoor pollutions levels of CO2, total volatile organic compounds (VOCs), temperature, humidity, and atmospheric pressure. After connecting to the user’s Wi-Fi, they can monitor air quality and air quality history from any internet location 24/7. Emails or texts are sent alerting the user of high levels of any measured gas.
“Helping you feel better is the reason we developed the iCAIR,” says Carl Belnap, president of KnightWatcher. “The iCAIR will help you decide how and when to take action.”
The Bradley Best Tech Gifts – $360 USD
Wouldn’t it be great if you could check time in the middle of the night without having to illuminate your smartphone? How about not looking down to check time when you’re in a client meeting?
The Bradley is unlike any other timepiece you’ve seen before. It comes from the innovative minds at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and is designed for the visually impaired. It comes with raised markers and two magnetized ball bearings that allow the wear to tell time when they cannot easily see. It’s uniquely designed to meet the needs to many.
Google Home Mini Best Tech Gifts – $49 USD
Google Home Mini is much more than a workstation buddy. It might not be the most powerful Google Assistant available out there but it’s one of the cheapest devices available under $100. It’s ‘mini’ and compact, and retails for $49 only. It is less than half the price of the Google Home smart speaker, but this doesn’t mean you’re getting half the performance. This should be on your list if you want to surprise your loved ones with a good smart speaker.
Cool Gadgets for Men and Women
Robo Wunderkind Best Tech Gifts – $250 USD
Robo Wunderkind is an education robotics kit for kids of all ages. The Lego-like kit comes with fun coding blocks to teach kids about robotics and coding.
Its modular system is well made and easy to put together. Each brick comes with the usual sensors, such as proximity sensors, light sensors, motion detector, and much more to turn your piece into a connected IoT toy.
Its interface Robo Code helps you detect the bricks you’re currently using to put together simple algorithms by virtually arranging those blocks in the iPad app. It’s a great way to teach your kid about conditional statements and loops.
You can buy a starter kit for $250, while the Education and Advanced kit retail for $199 and $129, respectively.
Marigold Best Tech Gifts – Free
What better gift to give yourself than the gift of self-care! Marigold is a confidence app for women that provides unlimited access to on-demand audio sessions from expert confidence coaches on topics relating to body images, career, relationships, and more.
Expert confidence coaches provide great advice on everyday problems such as ‘How to overcome Imposter Syndrome’ to ‘Boundaries and the power of ‘NO. ’ This app helps you understand, reevaluate, and change your thoughts and feelings about the most important aspects of your life.
It’s available for download on the Apple App Store.
Shark IQ Robot Vacuum Best Tech Gifts – $549.99
The robot vacuum industry is popping out new devices with no stopping signs in sight. Its most outstanding device till date is the Shark IQ Robot vacuum which retails for $549.99 for its unique self-emptying base. Wait, here’s more if you weren’t already convinced from its self-emptying feature.
The robot vacuum’s innovative smart navigation system gives you 50 percent better cleaning coverage than other existing models in the industry. It doesn’t just move around in circles only to miss a few spots. Shark IQ Robot gets the job done!
Airhook Best Tech Gifts – $24.95
The Airhook is a two-part system that acts as a stable drinks holder and a secure mount for your phone and tablet devices, up to 8-inches tall. This personal electronic device (PED) travel holder gives you more legroom on a plane and allows you to watch entertainment from a more comfortable position. It reduces neck strain and allows you to binge-watch your favorite TV shows, movies, and other in-flight entertainment media.
It comes with a carrying case and can attach to most seatback tray tables. The Airhook retails for $24.95, so this is a significant saving on such a life-changing device.
Raven Connected Best Tech Gifts – $299 USD
Raven is the most comprehensive connected car device available on the market. The product is a combined power of dual dash cameras, which record in 1080p and live stream at 720, GPS tracking, security, WiFi hotspot, navigation, and vehicle insights. Its roadside facing camera comes equipped with a Sony STARVIS image sensor and features a 140-degree field of view. Whereas, the cable-facing camera comes with OminVision CMOS sensors and has a 130-degree field of view. Both the cameras are equipped with high-quality infrared night vision and connect via WiFi, GPS, LTE (4G), and Bluetooth BLE.
Raven Connected comes with 16GB of internal storage and a MicroSD card slot for up to 256GB of storage. It costs $299, and is available to buy from Raven’s official website.
Tile Pro Best Tech Gifts – $35 USD
“Where did I leave my keys?”
This is the question that Tile wants to help you solve for once and forever. Tile’s key trackers Tile Mate and Tile Pro work the same: You pair them with the Tile app on your smartphone, and when you realize the item you’ve chosen to attach your Tile to is missing, you can run the app in order to remotely trigger the Tile to audibly lead you to it. Tile’s app is available on both, Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Tile also offers a new subscription service called Tile Premium that’ll cover the cost of replacement batteries and also include some new features. Tile Mate costs $25 and Tile Pro costs $35.