Holiday fashion gift guide, part four: Cool gear for your tech guru
Do you have that one person in your life who always has the best gadgets? The person who you can call anytime your iPhone, headphones, TV, computer or any other electronic device stops working? Then these 10 items will make the perfect gift for your techie.
I have just added this little gadget to my home and let me tell you, I'm obsessed. It has voice recognition so all you have to do is ask it anything – "Hey Google, turn on '90s music" or "Hey Google, turn on Bravo TV" – and she does it for you.
Who doesn't love to capture memories with a good pic? Give the gift of timeless moments with a DSLR camera.
Give techies something that they might not get themselves – like virtual reality goggles! They are fun, futuristic and inexpensive.
The gift of safety is truly priceless, so give them peace of mind by gifting a home security system that they can check from the comfort of their own iPhone.
Wireless headphones are a great gift! Wear them to the gym, traveling or wherever your heart desires.
6. Wine opener
This Coravin wine opener is amazing; it allows you to enjoy your wine without ever uncorking the bottle! So you can have a glass here and there while preserving the wine longer.
The techie needs to have the latest and greatest phone on the market.
We all have a million good pictures on our phones, but we never take the time to get them printed off. Now you can print them off right away.
9. The Tile
Never lose anything ever again with The TILE! Attach it to anything you don't want to lose and then you are able to track where it's at on your phone so you never misplace it.
This one is def pricey, but it is the most beautiful TV around! This one turns into essentially framed art when it's not in use. How cool is that?
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