It’s no longer 2019, which means it’s time to start paying attention to what new technologies are around the corner are have already been released.
While it looks like videogamers will have to wait until 2021 for the much-awaited PlayStation 5, that doesn’t mean 2020’s a bust when it comes to tech gifts. From a variety of consumer goods to exciting developments for real tech nuts, there are plenty of options available at a wide range of price points.
If you have a family member or loved one who is really into coding and customization, it’s hard to go wrong by gifting developer boards. When you give someone a developer board, the sky is the limit when it comes to how they can use it. From emulating retro video games to powering robotics, there are many options for DIY computer lovers.
The Apple Watch and its many clones and competitors have finally gotten to a point where they do enough that they’re worth purchasing. Whether you want to go with a name brand item like the Apple Watch Series 5, or are more fitness-oriented and would prefer to buy the less-expensive Fitbit Versa 2, it would seem that 2020 is the year of the smartwatch.
If you’re looking for a unique gift for the shutterbug in your life, it’s hard to go wrong with the newest creation from Polaroid. Delivering retro charm and nostalgia, the Onstep Plus Polaroid camera is a Bluetooth and wireless-enabled camera inspired by the original 1977 Polaroid camera.
Bluetooth is more popular than ever in the headphones market. Whether you’re after Apple’s newest AirPods or prefer a brand like Beats by Dre, there’re plenty of wireless headphone options to be found for the tech-lover in your life. From staying free of tangled-up cords to offering a freer range of motion for runners, the benefits are hard to understate.
From gifts for do-it-yourself computer lovers to tech upgrades for photographers and music junkies, it’s never been easier to find gifts that fit the needs of tech-savvy people with all kinds of hobbies.