What to Get Every Tech Lover This Holiday
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Gifts in the tech space are some of the most popular gifts out there today. They make a gift possible for any person — mom, dad, teacher, friend, even your boss. Sometimes these gifts come with a hefty price tag but don’t fret, there are plenty of options ranging from discounts to top dollar.
Sensi Touch Smart Thermostat can turn any home into a smart home — giving homeowners the ability to control their home’s temperature from anywhere. The system is also programmed with energy-saving features that reduce energy usage by 23%, saving new homeowners money they can’t afford to lose. $129, sensi.emerson.com
This sophisticated WiFi-connected digital canvas is designed to bring the world of art into your home or office. Change art with a wave of your hand or the sound of your voice. The canvas is available in two sizes (the larger 19x29 frame and the smaller 16x24 frame) and four colors (black, white, light wood, and dark wood). You can even upload your own photography. $399.95-$699.95, Amazon.com
It’s an easy-to-use wearable headband paired with Philips SleepMapper mobile application that tracks and reacts to sleeping patterns. By using customized tones to provide a boost to the user’s natural slow-wave activity during deep sleep, SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband improves sleep quality to increase energy and alertness. $400, BestBuy.com
Canon’s mini scanner measures at 4’ deep and 11’ wide making it the perfect size for any at-home scanning needs. Not to mention, this is a personal, portable scanner so you can scan from anywhere, anytime as long as you’re hooked up to the USB cable included in the box. $149, usa.canon.com
The ultimate streaming service for theatre lovers, providing the perfect niche gift for your friend who hums musicals or dreams to see their name in lights one day. The service features award-winning theater from all across the globe with both classic and modern productions. $99.99 (one year), broadwayhd.com
This smart clock with a built-in Google Assistant does more than just tell you the time and wake you up. Designed to reduce smartphone screen-time at night, it can help you unwind and sleep better. It can also run your smart home, play your favorite music across your home, manage your schedule, and much more. $60, lenovo.com
Each season, you’ll receive a hand-packed box with 5–8 items that revolve around everyday essentials, fitness & health, and tech, curated to fit each season. Past boxes have included coffee makers, cameras, portable BBQs, and more. $159, breobox.com
Once you’ve installed one of these in your house, you will have a hard time not using it for everything. I use it with my living room lamps and can schedule the lights to come on when I want without having to get up and flip the switch. $20, amazon.com
Tell time in an entirely new way with this sleek electronic word clock available in black or copper. The compact clock boasts LED display lights that alert you to the time in five-minute intervals. $27; amazon.com
Perfect for the person with a lengthy commute, this compact, foldable keyboard will help maximize that extra time you have to knock out some work. The rechargeable keyboard is compatible with iPad, iPhone, Android, as well as Windows tablets and phones. $159; amazon.com