03 Dec Our Favorite Tech Gadget Holiday Gifts for 2015
As a tech experts we are always checking out what is new and exciting in the world of tech design. The holidays are a time when many new gadgets and gizmos come up for the holiday shopping. Every year there are a few we hope that will end up in our stockings. We complied a list of our top 10 favorite tech gifts. These are tech expert approved and are perfect for the any computer nerd loved ones in your life.
- Google Cardboard: It’s a VR experience starting with a simple viewer anyone can build or buy. Once you have it, you can explore a variety of apps that unfold all around you.
- Amazon Echo: The closest thing to a robot butler. If you ever wanted to live in the Jetsons, this will make it feel a little closer to reality. Echo connects to Alexa, a cloud-based voice service, to provide information, answer questions, play music, read the news, check sports scores or the weather, and more—instantly. All you have to do is ask. Echo begins working as soon as it detects the wake word. You can pick Alexa or Amazon as your wake word.
- Withing Smart Body Analyzer: If your New Years resolution is to get healthy, well then you might as well get the whole picture. Not just focusing on your body fat, this scale measures your pulse as well as the air quality in your room, plus it syncs with weight loss apps and even tells you the weather!
- Apple Watch: We’ve already written one blog post about the Apple Watch, and we are sticking to it here, hoping that someone gets the hint buys it for us this Christmas.
- IRobot Roomba 980: Sticking with the robot theme, we have the greatest thing that has happened to vacuum cleaners. Automated and better than ever, this gadget masterfully cleans your floors at the touch of a button and has a host of improvements to the latest model.
- Transporter Storage Device: Cloud storage gives you access to your files anytime and anywhere, but cloud storage is not always secure. With the Transporter, you don’t have to worry. Sync the device directly to your router, and all your files are encrypted in your own personal cloud. Then, get remote access through mobile and desk-top portals.
- Bobine: A stiff smartphone-charging cable that also serves as a flexible stand. Use it as a dock or a tripod or a sturdy coil for a video-chat session.
- Native Union Jump Cable: A charging cable that has a built-in battery, for those times you can’t find somewhere to plug in. The 800-mAh capacity gets you through 3 additional hours.
- Tile: For the losers in your life (people that lose things) there may be a solution. This hand little thing is a tiny Bluetooth tracker and easy-to-use app that finds everyday items in seconds—like your phone, keys, and wallet. Easy to use and setup and can be placed on pretty much anything.