10 Best Tech Gift Ideas
Looking for a cool tech gift? Here’s a list of 10 of the coolest gadgets around:
1- FitBark: Pet Tracker
Fitbark is a cool activity and sleep tracker for your dog. The app gives you access to your furry friend’s data to monitor medical issues, discover nearby friends for pets, compare the increase in activity and behavior. It is compatible with other applications such as Fitbit, HealthKit, Jawbone, and Google Fit. The collar is waterproof and light in weight (8 grams).
2- DJI Mavic Pro
DJI, the makers of the Phantom Drones have launched a new yet compact drone, the Mavic Pro It is small and compact, folds down as small as a bottle of water and you can carry it with you everywhere you go. It transmits over a 7km range, flies up to 654kmh, has a battery life of around 27min, takes 12MP Photo and 4K Video with obstacle avoidance and added flight safety.
3- Lenovo Yoga Book
The Yoga Book is a hybrid two-in-one Tablet / PC with the ability to run Widows 10 or Android. It has an Intel Atom X5 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage (expandable with microSD) and a Halo Keyboard. The Yoga Book is surely not a laptop replacement but a good tablet alternative.
4- Anova Precision Cooker
The Precision Cooker is the perfect device for the home chef. It’s easy-to-use, lightweight, and connects to your smartphone, allowing you to cook the perfect meal with the touch of a button. It works by circulating water around the pot. The circulation prevents hot and cool spots from forming in the water to ensure an even temperature throughout your food.
Sous Vide is a cooking technique, it is about bringing food to a precisely controlled temperature to deliver super-juicy, flavor-packed results from edge to edge, every time.
5- 360 Samsung Camera
Samsung Gear 360 is a cool item to have for photo enthusiasts. Equipped with a bright F2.0 lens, Gear 360 gives you a captivating perspective on the world by taking 360 degree images and videos. It is most compatible with Samsung S6 / S7 / Edge, you can shoot in live view mode and stitch the 360˚ footage with ease. iPhone users still can’t make use of the device.
6- Fitbit Charge 2
The Fitbit Charge 2 tracks steps, sleep, heart rate, monitors resting heart rate and rates VO2 Max. The Charge 2 connects with the GPS to see real-time stats like pace and distance on display and records a map of your route. Though it tracks runs, you will still need to have your phone on you when you do.
7 – Samsung Gear Icon X
The Icon X is a really cool hybrid hearable. It is two devices in one: Earbuds and a fitness tracker. The buds have 4GB storage capacity for music, built-in accelerometer and heart rate monitor. It calculates the distance covered, the heart rate as well as the calories burnt.
8- PlayStation VR
If you’re into immersive gaming experiences then you have to get the Playstation VR. It weighs 610g, has a 5.7 inch OLED display, with a resolution of 1920×1080 and a field of view of 100 degrees. For it to work, you will need to have a Playstation 4 system, Playstation Camera and TV
9- PS4 Pro
A fully supercharged PS4 that is compatible with all available PS4 games. It comes with a 1TB Hard Drive, supports up to 4K streaming and 4K auto-upscaling for video content. Its output is compatible with high end TVs but cannot play ultra HD Blu-ray discs. If you already have a PS4, maybe it’s not worth the upgrade just yet. But, it’s perfect for first timers or people switching from other platforms.
10- BOSE Quite Comfort 35
The Comfort 35 is simply the best noise-canceling wireless headphone. A slick fold-up design available in silver or black. It works in Bluetooth or wired mode in case the battery dies. One downside is that you cannot replace the battery when it is down, you’ll have to wait for it to recharge before using wirelessly again.
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