Gift Guide 2018
Know someone who has a penchant for travel? Whether it's for work, play, or a combination of both, any of these items would be welcome gifts under the tree this year.
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We could all strive to be more environmentally- and socially-conscious. And for some people, this concern trumps all others. If there's someone you know who would especially appreciate a tech gift that "gives back" in some way, have a look at these options.
Teens and tweens are a tough bunch. They can be picky, yet they've grown up knowing only a tech-driven world. Which means they understand the value of technology products, and use them through their daily lives. With that said, here are some great gift ideas.
Moms and dads are just women and men, right? But those with young kids still living at home might especially appreciate certain tech gifts. Here are some ideas.
Who are Millennials? They're a hard group to define. At one end, they're in their mid-30s, and some have families of their own. And on the other, they are young adults still living at home. With that said, here are some great gift ideas for those who fall into this age demographic.
If you're on a tight budget, no worries, as there are plenty of great tech gift items you can get for someone special on your list for under $150.
Many of the items on this list might be appealing to men as well, just as many items in our gift guide for men might be perfect for a woman on your list, too. But these tech gifts might be the perfect option for a special female on your list.
While most of the items on this list might be appeal to women as well, they will especially appeal to many types of men, from the tech-savvy, to the outdoorsmen, gadget lover, and guy who's picking up new interests.
Gamers are an interesting bunch. They aren't always who you expect. They are often men (and women) in their 30as and older, not just kids. And for some, gaming is serious business, that requires serious tech to keep up.
Smart homes are becoming more common nowadays, and if homeowners don't go all in with a full-fledged home control system, they likely start small, maybe with a smart speaker or smart lighting, expanding their system slowly. Help them add new components with a smart and thoughtful gift.
Sometimes rather than give a gift to each individual family member, it's better to get something that the entire family can enjoy. If you're getting something for your own family, or pooling funds to get something for mom and dad, grandparents, or a special family on your list, here are some tech ideas.