Our Tech Gifts & Gift Ideas are Here!
Do you have a tech person in your life? Maybe it’s your boyfriend, your boss, or your best friend. These self-proclaimed nerds love all things technology and love the thrill of getting a new gadget.
Does this sound like someone you know? If so, you are going to love our gift guides full of technology related items.
Are you not a “nerd” yourself? No worries! Our guides are here to help you find the perfect pick even if you have no knowledge or interest in the items yourself.
All you need to know is that the person you are shopping for has an interest in gear, gadgets, and all things tech.
Most of the time, it is pretty obvious if a person has a love for this type of stuff.
We Feature Exciting Tech, Ideal for Gifting!
1. 4K TVs
The price of these types of televisions has fallen dramatically in recent years, partly thanks to the demand created by the growth of streaming platforms such as Amazon and Netflix.
The flat-screen of a TV is made up of millions of little pixels, the more of these pixels, the sharper and higher definition picture, meaning you get more detail.
The images you see are more life-like, and that flat screen on the wall becomes more of a window on the world than a TV.
4K TVs work well in the domestic environment, as they have provided highly detailed pictures, without having screen sizes too huge for most situations.
Some manufacturers have introduced 8K TVs with even more pixels on the screen, however, to get the best of this type of television you need a screen size of at least 65 inches.
2. Gaming and VR
Virtual reality gaming adds a three-dimensional artificial environment to the gameplay.
In most cases, it means wearing a VR headset, which creates a 360-degree view of the world created inside a computer.
This immersion in virtual reality allows the player to appear to be in this imaginary world, and interact with the game characters.
The simplest VR devices project a 3-D image that is manipulated using a mouse, keyboard or a touch screen.
For a more sophisticated experience, VR headsets with their wrap-around displays can be augmented by sensory components that give tactile feedback.
VR headsets are now much lighter than those first on the market and offer a better experience due to improving lag, and the less chance of nausea.
3. Action Cameras
The development of the newest cameras known as action cams, with companies like GoPro producing small HD cameras that can be mounted virtually anywhere to capture close-up action.
With a suitable mount, an action camera can be strapped to a helmet, handlebar of scuba gear to take pictures in the 4K definition.
Their lightweight design means they can be carried or attached just about anywhere without any problem.
With the right accessories, they can even be used underwater!
4. Smart Home Products
Smart hubs such as Amazon’s Alexa can control appliances, heating, lighting, and entertainment systems with simple voice commands, making your home a bit like the deck of a Star Trek space ship.
5. Tech for the Kitchen
The tech in the kitchen can be much more hands-on than sci-fi Wi-Fi, with gadgets to make every task you are likely to perform made just a little bit easier.
From automatic jar openers to all-in-one avocado peelers there is a gadget for just about every culinary job imaginable.
It’s also interesting that innovations for the kitchen are often the starting point, and the tech can translate to other uses around the home.
How about the strip of powerful super magnets you can apply to the roof of your fridge cabinet to hang bottles of beer rather than take up shelf space.
How cool is that, and how adaptable to other uses around the home.