The holidays are right around the corner, so it’s probably time to start thinking about all the gifts you need to get for your tech-loving friends and family. Fresh out of gift ideas, though? Well, you’re in luck because we have a few under $100 budget
Polaroid Cube – $73
To capture all great moments, set up your family with the Polaroid Cube. This tiny HD camera is weatherproof and can be mounted to nearly anything, making it the perfect gift. At $99, it can capture any moment from any spot. For camera buffs and video addicts.
DJ Pocket Mixer – $99
For the music lover in your family, they will definitely enjoy the DJ Pocket Mixer. Simply attach your iPhone or iPod, play a song, and let your inner DJ shine. This gift is great for aspiring producers or people who just love a sick beat. And at $99 even, the party will never stop.
Syncing to 200+ devices using Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology, Fitbit Alta is a water-resistant tracker which take on sweat, rain, splashes and even showers. This fitness gadget can last up to 5 days on 1 charge. Like other fitness trackers out there, you can keep a tab on activities like steps, distance, calories burned and sleep. It has nifty feature to give you call and/or text alerts on display which you can customise by changing the clock face, all under $100
SCOTTeVEST Chloe Glow – $95
For the fashionable tech lover, hook them up with the Women’s or Men’s ScotteVest jackets. Elegant and fashionable, this zipper jacket offers pockets designed for carrying the latest and greatest devices that they have already received during the year, and at the range between $65 and $95, it’s a steal for something this great.
Don’t let the term ‘discontinued by the manufacturer’ put you off, I own one and use it everyday t o listen to songs and charge my iPhone 5 and now iPhones SE without any problems.
If you want to give someone a gift that is a combo of work & play; I suggest you buy them this awesome speaker charging dock by JBL. The dock charges iPhone 5 and later models along with iPod touch and iPod nano. The lightening connector will charge your gizmo in less time and… if you want to groove during this time then make sure the AC power cable is connected because you need that to get the uber awesome speakers get their jam on. There is also a USB slot at the back which then makes this sadly discontinued device a universally loved speaker. Capable of connecting AUX wires, you can listen to music via any device. Did I mention, its portable? Why yes it is. Just insert 5 AAA batteries and you are set for 4 – 5 hours easily. Since the price is going up every month, I suggest you nab this hard-to-compete charging speaker dock because its still under $100
JBL Flip 2 – $67
For the music lovers in your family, set them up with the JBL Flip 2. This gift allows people to stream their music via Bluetooth to this loud but compact mini speaker. For $67, they could share their music with the world.
Crash Sensing Mount – $99
Do you know someone who is into cycling? Hook them up with this ICEdot Crash Sensor mount attaches to any helmet and detects critical impacts. When the sensor is triggered, the paired phone sounds an alarm and also alerts your emergency contact via text message with your current GPS location coordinates. It pairs easily with a companion app running on your smartphone via Bluetooth and for under $100 you get peace of mind and your very own hiking/cycling fetish satisfied as well.
Solio Bolt Solar Charger – $67
The name says it all. Solio is a solar-powered charger. Simply take it outside, plug your phone in, and let the rays charge your phone. It’s great for techies who love the outdoors. Priced at $67, this charger might be the magic you need under $100 budget for this year.
And that’s our list of tech ideas under $100. Come back soon for more gift guides!
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