Christmas is almost upon us: if you still have your shopping to do, the last minute rush can be stressful and chaotic. Start your shopping with a plan, breaking down to each person, figuring out a budget and wish list. A non-budget-breaking tech gift can be one of the most difficult to find, so here is a list off five not-so-expensive tech gift ideas.
For the fitness fanatics: activity trackers
Activity trackers are becoming ever popular with celebrities such as Ryan Reynolds and Gwyneth Paltrow. The Jawbone Up Move is a great option that you can take everywhere, tracking everything from exercise to sleep and helping you lead a healthier lifestyle.
For the gamer in your life: computer games
New releases that have earned good reviews this year include Destiny, Far Cry 4, Super Smash Bros and FIFA 15. Check to see what console the recipient has and select something that appeals to their personality. Fry Cry 4 is an action game set in the great backdrop of the Himalayas and involves playing as Ajay Ghale. This game is suitable for PlayStation, Xbox and PC.
For the music lovers: headphones
A pair of noise cancelling headphones will come in handy for music lovers who like to listen to beats without distraction. Low price point models include the Panasonic RP-HTX7AE-K R, which have a retro design for some stylish appeal. For a more modern looking model, choose the Sony MDR headphones.
For those who love entertainment: speaker bulb
The Olixar Light Beats Bluetooth Speaker Bulb is such an innovative idea, and the perfect gift for someone who has everything. Watch as the bulb brings music and light together, projecting sound as it gives out an atmospheric glow. The LED bulb will last longer than a traditional bulb, keeping everyone entertained for longer.
For the caffeine lovers: novelty mug
For example, a camera lense mug is the perfect gift for tech and coffee lovers, as well as something to show off around the office. Most of these mugs are designed with a grippy rubber focus ring and a lens hood lid that doubles as a coaster or a place to store your biscuits, because a coffee isn’t complete without a biscuit.
These suggestions should leave tech lovers very happy with your gift and keep them entertained until next Christmas.
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