People love iPhones. Even when their current phone is less than a year old, they still want to upgrade to the latest model. And though the iPhone 7 is cool, it’s not the end-all when it comes to techie Christmas presents. If you are looking for gadgets and electronics this holiday season, consider these gift ideas.
If you are looking for an incredible projector for a theater room, look no further than Epson. The Epson Home Cinema 3100 can connect to a tablet, smartphone or other device to deliver life-size 2D and 3D movies, sporting events, video games and more. What you will love about this projector is it produces sharp, beautiful images, even if the room isn’t totally dark.
If you wanted to give someone the Echo but couldn’t stomach the price, there’s an answer. The smaller Echo Dot is priced at just $49.99. Like the full-size version, the hands-free, voice-controlled device can play music, provide info, set arms, control other smart devices, and more.
Believe it or not, not everyone wants an iPhone. If someone on your gift list prefers Android, consider a phone from HTC. Though not as popular, HTC phones are sleek in design and big on features. Consider the new HTC Bolt or another recent flagship phone, the HTC 10.
Virtual Reality Headset
Turn to Samsung to find Gear VR and give the gift of the immersive, 360-degree experience of virtual reality. The portable, wireless Gear VR headset can bring all the recipient’s favorite games, apps and movies to life.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Give the gift of warmth with the Torch coat heater. This battery-operated heater can be put inside any type of coat and provide heat for up to five hours on a single charge. It’s a must-have this winter!
The Barnacle+ from Speaqua is an affordable 100% waterproof Bluetooth speaker. It floats, sticks to any smooth surface, and is even sand-proof. Plus The Barnacle has 4 gigs of built-in memory, so you can download your music straight onto it. There’s even a built-in mic to take speakerphone calls.
Anyone can have an ordinary keyboard. But if you are shopping for a gamer this holiday season, check out something extraordinary, like the Razer BlackWidow Chroma. It features silent keys with optimized tactile feel, and is engineered for durability. The backlighting offers 16.8 million customizable color options.
For the guy who loves to play golf, baseball or other sports, you can find a number of cool gadgets to give for Christmas. Leupold’s new GX-2i2 laser rangefinder is like having a personal caddie that you can take to any course. It is can be customized to the individual, allowing golfers to quickly choose the proper club, complete rounds faster and improve scores. For the baseball player on your list, check out Motus Baseball. Its game-changing wearable technology will help improve the efficiency of both pitchers and batters.
There are plenty of fitness and activity trackers on the market today. We like the Samsung Gear Fit2. It counts steps and tracks pace, distance and route with its embedded GPS. The Fit2 also can store up to 500 songs and access Spotify on the go.
Chargers make great stocking stuffers and these days you can find all different types of chargers that work with multiple gadgets. For something super portable, snag the FINsix Dart Charger for laptops. It’s four times smaller and six times lighter than a standard laptop charger. It also has a built-in USB port for simultaneously charger phones and other electronics.