If you are a tech lover, you might find it hard to keep up with the latest devices and gadgets. You see new items all the time, but should you upgrade your devices?
If you want a new device that is practical, affordable, and useful, here are 5 best tech gifts of 2014.
1. Samsung Galaxy S5 – The best smartphone of 2014
We’ve got the 5 Best Tech Gifts of 2014!
If you’re looking for a gift that’s sure to impress, look no further than our list of the best tech gifts of 2014. We’ve got options for every budget and interest, so you’re sure to find something for even the pickiest person on your list.
Here are our top 5 picks:
By now, you’re probably aware that the best tech gifts of 2014 aren’t necessarily the most expensive ones. The high price tag doesn’t always mean you get the best bang for your buck.
Here are 5 must-have tech gadgets for this holiday season. They cover all walks of life and can be used by anyone and everyone:
1. Smartphone: The iPhone 6 is definitely one of the best tech gifts for 2014. It’s fast, sleek, and available in two different sizes — something we haven’t seen from Apple before! However, with a starting price of $199, it may not be accessible to everyone. An affordable alternative is the Samsung Galaxy S5, which runs Android and has a few great features of its own — including a fingerprint reader.
2. Fitness Watch: If you know someone who wants to keep track of their physical activities at all times, a fitness watch is definitely one of the best tech gifts of 2014. These include Nike+ Fuelband SE or Fitbit Force Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband (both cost around $150).
3. Smart TV: This year has been huge for Smart TVs — TVs that come with built-in WiFi and can stream online content
The best tech gifts of 2014 are practical, affordable and make life easier. Some of the best tech gifts are cross platform devices that work with iOS, Android and other operating systems.
To help you find the best tech gifts for Christmas 2014, I’ve rounded up five unique gift ideas.
In the spirit of ’tis the season, we’ve rounded up the best tech gifts of 2014. From the latest iProducts to game consoles, the list covers all the bases.
1. Apple iPad Air 2
The newest tablet from Apple is one of the most advanced pieces of technology on the market. The sleek design and 6.1 mm thickness make it easy to carry around and use on the go.
2. Microsoft Xbox One/Playstation 4
With a number of great games and online multiplayer, a game console is sure to be high on your friends’ wishlists this year.
3. Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 with 4G LTE Wireless
This tablet gives users access to thousands of movies and songs, as well as easy shopping through Amazon’s vast array of products!
4. GoPro Hero 3+ Black Edition
If you know someone who loves adventure sports or travel, a GoPro camera will give them a unique new perspective. Small enough to fit in your pocket but with an amazing picture quality, these cameras come waterproof and shockproof too!
5. Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4-Inch Tablet (16 GB, Titanium Bronze)
This top-rated tablet combines many different features into one device that allows
1. Google Chromecast – $35
The best tech gifts don’t have to be expensive. Take the Chromecast, for instance. It’s cheap, it’s sleek and it brings the world of online video streaming to your television set. All you have to do is plug the device into an HDMI port on your TV, connect it to your wireless network, and you’re good to go. You can then use your smartphone, tablet or computer to “cast” videos from any of the major streaming services – Netflix, Hulu Plus or YouTube – right onto your HDTV. The device also has a Chrome browser extension that lets you cast anything you see on a webpage onto your TV screen.
2. Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 – $650
Samsung’s latest tablet is designed for professionals who want a bigger screen for multitasking and using apps and programs like Microsoft Office that are better suited for larger displays. The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 has a stunning 2560 x 1600-pixel display with more than four million pixels (that’s more than what you get on a 4K Ultra HD TV set), but it also boasts some other impressive specs including an eight-core processor and an optional S Pen Stylus that works much like a real pen or pencil
Please consider including the following tech products in your holiday gift list this year.
• The Nixplay frame (Nixplay.com) is a digital picture frame that allows you to send pictures directly to it from your desktop or phone. You can also upload pictures to it via Facebook, Instagram and Picasa.
• The iHealth Blood Pressure Dock (mobile.ihealthlabs.com) is available for $79.99, and allows you to record your blood pressure and heart rate on a compatible Apple device.
• The Parrot Flower Power (flowerpower.parrot.com) is an app-powered gadget that helps you keep track of the condition of your plants by measuring the temperature, humidity and fertilization levels around them and sending alerts when they need watering or are exposed to potentially harmful conditions like frost or direct sunlight. It’s available for $59.95.
• Klipsch Music Center KMC 3 ($499 at Klipsch website) is a portable Bluetooth speaker that provides high quality audio performance with a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 10 hours on a single charge, which makes it great for taking with you on picnics or car trips.
• Camera Mouse 2014 (camer