Top Tech Gift Ideas for the Holidays
Nov 24, 2015 03:30AM
By Family Features
(Family Features) If you find your search for the perfect tech gift in today’s ever-changing landscape daunting, take heart: the experts at Digitaltrends.com have reviewed all the latest tech gear so you can shop for everyone on your list.
The annual gift guide highlights 100 of the top tech-based gift ideas for the 2015 holiday season. Presented each November by the Digital Trends editorial staff, the list is culled from hundreds of new and recently enhanced technology-based products. The list is organized by consumer archetypes and features an array of suggestions to fit every budget.
“Consumers today are savvier than ever and want to ensure that the holiday gifts they’re buying are not just state-of the-art, but are also cost-effective and meet their needs,” said Ian Bell, publisher and CEO at Digital Trends. “Our editorial staff does the heavy lifting of product research and translates tech into layman’s terms, so our users can quickly and easily learn about product capabilities and benefits before they purchase.”
Get your holiday shopping underway with these highlights for the special people on your list, and find the complete list at digitaltrends.com/dtdesign/holiday-gift-guide-2015.
The Mini Mogul: Light up little wrists with a Vtech Kidizoom Smartwatch ($60), featuring a variety of watch settings, games, photo and video options and other features and designed for kids 4 years and older.
The Weekend Warrior: Give the outdoor adventurer the convenience of a GPS that mounts onto handlebars with the Hammerhead Bike Navigation ($85).
The Homebody: The Ninja Coffee Bar ($160) offers precision technology to transform any old coffee beans into every type of java imaginable.
The Boomer: Offering a sharp, crisp screen for indoor or outdoor reading, the 2015 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite ($100) comes with a deep library selection of eBooks from Amazon.
The Connoisseur: Pebble started the smart watch revolution a few years ago, and the Pebble Steel ($150) is the company's newer, faster and more fashionable version. It's geeky yet sophisticated at the same time.
The Gadgeteer: Aspiring videographers will love the LG V10, thanks to its enhanced filming capabilities, crash-proof stainless steel body and second screen ($23/monthly under contract).
Visit digitaltrends.com/dtdesign/holiday-gift-guide-2015 to view the complete list and start shopping.