Top 5 Tech Gifts that Are sure to Impress

August 3, 2015

8:00 am

You’ve come to the right place if you’re seeking a gadget review or a high-tech gift list. From cooking to security, check out our Gadgets channel to stay ahead of all the top gear everyone will be wanting this fall. And to help break it down, check out this infographic of 5 essential tech gifts from GeekWrapped.

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Fitness trackers:

Wearables are being used for professional athletes and data nerds alike. Employers are using fitness trackers to help encourage employee health, and getting enough sleep seems to be one of the most sought-after piece of data to quantify.

Smart watches:

Having a smart watch is basically like slapping a mini smart phone to your wrist and there are plenty of great options to consider. Enjoy the use of apps, extended use of your smart phone, fitness tracking, and a stylish watch all in one bundle. Check out our Apple Watch coverage and compare your options.

E-Readers:

Gone are the days of paperbacks and hardcovers taking up shelf after shelf. Sell all your books and buy an e-Reader instead! Read on the go and store hundreds of books – even connect to the web and download books as you need more to read. Enjoy liquid ink displays which are just as friendly on the eyes as reading from paper, except you have a backlight! Find free books to download, peruse our book reviews for the best tech and entrepreneurship advice, or take a look at the latest e-books recommended on Tech.Co!

Smart glasses:

There are a lot of intelligent items on this list! Smart glasses have a display, audio output, a camera, microphone, and GPS. They can even access WiFi or simply connect with your phone. What’s so great about smart glasses? No hands!

TV Sticks:

Check out the Amazon Fire TV Stick – plug in this Chromecast competitor and enjoy 4x the storage and 2x the memory with a dual core processor. Access hundreds of thousands of shows and movies on Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO, and Hulu Plus by simply plugging in the USB dongle.

Robot: Image Credit:Flickr/John Greenaway 

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Greg Nunan is a digital marketing consultant and Founder of Winning Edge Digital. Greg specializes in building and flipping websites for profit and offers free Content Marketing and SEO information at his personal blog, IMFlare.com.

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