Here are Some Tech Gift Ideas for the Holidays that Won’t Break...

Here are Some Tech Gift Ideas for the Holidays that Won’t Break the $100 Barrier

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It’s that time of the year when the commercialized holidays have you breaking your brains on gift ideas and what to buy for loved ones, family, a few close friends, and the occasional mandatory party exchanging gift sessions.

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But it’s the 21st century and tech gadgets are no longer the sole proprietary of the male side. Everyone is now into gadgets and devices and technology of all shapes, sizes, and styles, including the accessories that go with them. Today’s technology actually just made choosing gifts for anyone of any age so easy. But don’t limit yourself to just these selections because there’s more out there if you just dig deep into the net.

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The Nostalgic NIX Advance 8” Hi-Res Digital Photo Frame with Motion Sensor ($69.99)

Since most of our pictures are digital and just get uploaded to social media, printing and placing pictures in static photo frames seem to have gone out of style. With this frame, you can pop your favorite photos into an SD card and runs it slideshow fashion. You’ll be surprised how family and friends stop at a table to view all the pictures.

Anker SoundCore Sport XL Bluetooth Speaker ($59.99)

Know anyone who doesn’t own a Bluetooth speaker? This is your chance to introduce them to the technology. If need be, teach them how it’s compatible with all their devices so they can bring it anywhere in the house and even outside while gardening or tinkering with the car. Great for those music lovers you personally know.

Audio-Technica AT-LP60 Turntable with Knox Carbon Fiber Vinyl Brush and Cleaning Kit ($99.99)

If you have family member or close friend who’s caught the nostalgic fever for vinyl, you’ll wish vinyl players were these cheap back in the 80’s. This turntable will play your standard 33rpm and 45rpm records and the standard cartridge with replaceable needles. As many people still say, records better than digital. Oh, and this can be directly plugged into a stereo receiver or powered speakers.

Logitech M557 Bluetooth Mouse ($22.99) and Anker Bluetooth Ultra-Slim Keyboard ($13.99)

These two items are less than $50 so they make great gift bundled together. It’s for all computer users who hate to look at cluttered cords. Or at least it eliminates two more wires to look at. And since they use Bluetooth, you won’t have to worry about losing those tiny USB connectors that are notorious for, well, getting lost. Connectivity is very solid and this also frees up two USB ports for other accessories or devices.

Anker 40W/8A 5-Port USB Charger PowerPort 5 ($20.39)

Gadgets can start to pile up and everything else in our lives seems to have a rechargeable battery. A multi-port USB charger lets you charge everything you have all at once. This will probably end up solving the problem of having too few outlets. At 2.4 amps per port, this hub will probably charge their gadgets faster than some of the adapters that came with those products.

As we said earlier, don’t be limited to just these suggestions because there are a gazillion other ideas out there just waiting for you.

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