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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Tech

2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Tech

Guys and gadgets. It’s a pairing on the level of peanut butter and jelly. When you can’t think up a gift idea, a hot piece of tech is sure to go over well. Of course, separating the good from the cheap, poorly-made knockoffs is easier said than done. So let us help. Here are our favorite tech gifts to give this year.

SnapPower Charger
SnapPower Charger

The SnapPower Charger transforms an outlet cover plate into one with a USB charger. The easy-to-install SnapPower Charger allows phone juicing without the need to take up one of the precious outlets.

$20
Apple TV
Apple TV

Apple TV is better than ever. If you know someone with a ton of videos on their iPhone or iPad, not only can Apple TV throw them up on a TV screen, but it can allow for movie and television show streaming. For the Apple fan, it’s the perfect entertainment hub.

$149
Coin All-In-One Credit Card
Coin All-In-One Credit Card

A new wallet can help cut down a little bit on back pocket bulk, but unless the recipient is ditching some of his cards, it’s only going to help so much. Coin is ready to save them some serious space. Coin allows users to store their credit and gift cards on it, leave the old pieces of plastic at home, and pay with one sleek card.

$99
Amazon Echo
Amazon Echo

Amazon’s Echo is far more than a simple speaker. Yes, it can play you some tunes, but it can also answer a slew of different questions you ask it. The hands-free device can alert you to the weather, who won the game, and much more, all while you’re standing at the stove cooking dinner.

$179
Snap! Pro
Snap! Pro

With our phones taking better and better pictures, carrying around a bulky DSLR is becoming less and less necessary. One of the things lost, however, is the satisfying snap of firing away. Instead of awkwardly tapping on the screen, allow them to take pictures with their iPhone the old-fashioned way with Snap! Pro. They’ll also be able to bring some lenses into the mix to take their iPhone photography to another level.

$129
Ray Super Remote
Ray Super Remote

Not all TV remotes are created equal. Sure, most are very similar, but, then again, most aren’t Ray. Ray is a super remote, and it can control your TV and tons of other devices. Boasting a slick, Apple-like design, the touchscreen remote even displays info right on it while you’re browsing.

$249
Withings Activité Pop Smartwatch
Withings Activité Pop Smartwatch

Most activity and sleep trackers look like props from an old episode of Star Trek. Withings Activite Pop does not; it looks like a watch. Available in a slew of colors, the Activité Pop is the fitness tracker they’ll actually want to wear.

$125
H2OVibe Rain Showerhead Jet
H2OVibe Rain Showerhead Jet

For the showering Sinatra in your life, give them a backing track for their vocals. This showerhead packs a Bluetooth speaker that can spit out tunes while it spits out water. Not only that, it’s 3x more powerful than a standard showerhead and easy to install.

$50
Logitech Multi-Device Keyboard
Logitech Multi-Device Keyboard

The Logitech Multi-Device Keyboard is one keyboard to rule them all. Not only does it work with your tablet, it works with your phone or computer, too. And since you can have up to three Bluetooth connections, you only need to flip a switch to change what device you want to type on.

$50
Xiaomi YI Camera
Xiaomi YI Camera

The Xiaomi YI Camera is the action camera that ditches the rugged, boring aesthetic for something far more modern. Clad in a white, minimal case, the camera boasts a powerful CMOS sensor and can capture crisp footage even at night.

$65
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