Tech gifts get cooler and cooler each year, and I'm really excited about these lists. I'm constantly amazed at how tech products manage to get so much more powerful year after year, while simultaneously getting sleeker, chicer, and better-designed. From an adorable suitcase that weighs itself to a headphone set that serves as a private theater for your eyeballs, these are some of my favorite finds for the techie on your list!
For the girl on the go, the SCOTTeVEST has 18 pockets for all your devices and accessories and even allows you to connect to the garment's secure network. Combined with the Luster cord organizer and Raden's A22 Carry smart suit case, which has proximity and weight sensors as well as dual charging ports, her next trip just became a lot less painful. Accessories are always a great gift, like these funny touchscreen gloves, chic tassel lightning keychain, wireless headphones in the prettiest color, and Fossil smartwatch, which strikes the perfect balance between the newest technology and classic good looks. The new Dyson Supersonic hair dryer and APA Sonic toothbrush will up their beauty game as well as their counter space game with their sleek designs. Speaking of sleek, how beautiful are the Dock+ charging dock, HP Spectre x360 laptop, and Samsung Class Serif tv? I'd say they would be a major tech style upgrade for the home of anyone on your list.
Staying warm and also connected this winter is easy with this insulated and battery-heated vest and touchscreen gloves, both of which would come in hand for a day out with the Yuneec Breeze drone. Drones are really a hot-ticket item this year, and there are lots to choose from. This model captures 4k ultra high definition video and picture, and has 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon, even though it's up to $1000 dollars less than many of the competitors. But if you're looking for more of a hands-on action cam, the 360° 4k camera by 360fly offers a list of impressive capabilities. In useful gadget news, there's the Plume WiFi pods, which offer portable self-optimized cloud-powered WiFi for a faster, uninterrupted connection in all rooms of your home, the Orbit key-finder keychain, which can help find your keys or your phone through the app, as well as a slew of other bluetooth capabilities, and, lastly the TP-Link smart LED light bulb, which allows you to control your lighting from any device, including voice control through Alexa, like with the new 2nd-generation Amazon Echo Dot, which gives a lot of the same Echo bang for less of your buck. A gooseneck device arm and 10 foot weighted cable are a dream for the avid watch-in-bed user, while the Avegant Glyph headphones bring the viewing experience (and so much more) directly to your eyes. And my last (and favorite) is the Wacom Smartpad, which instantly digitizes sketches and notes to your devices.
Have you tried any of these tech finds?