Dec 17, 2014

What are some good tech gifts for under $50?

We have a Secret Santa thing at work, with a $50 cap on gifts. Of course, I haven’t gotten anything for my person yet, so I have to come up with something pretty soon at this point. What are some good Christmas gifts for someone who enjoys his gadgets for $50 or less.
Best answer
12/18/2014
The Logitech K480 Multi-Device keyboard is a pretty cool $50 gift if the person has a tablet. I guess it would also work with a smartphone, but that might be a little overkil.

A Chromecast is only $35 and with Chromecast support being added to more and more Android apps all the time, it’s a solid gift for Android users.

Moving down to the $10 or less range, Panasonic RP-HJE120 earbuds sound amazing for the price. I have these for myself, and give them out as stocking stuffers on Christmas.

Here are links to a couple other gift guides that have some other options, if you don’t like my pics:
http://www.computerworld.com/article/2855210/computerworlds-holiday-gift-guide-2014-nifty-tech-for-30-to-150.html
http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/2014-christmas-gift-guide-mobile-gadget-stocking-fillers/
Best answer
12/18/2014
The Logitech K480 Multi-Device keyboard is a pretty cool $50 gift if the person has a tablet. I guess it would also work with a smartphone, but that might be a little overkil.

A Chromecast is only $35 and with Chromecast support being added to more and more Android apps all the time, it’s a solid gift for Android users.

Moving down to the $10 or less range, Panasonic RP-HJE120 earbuds sound amazing for the price. I have these for myself, and give them out as stocking stuffers on Christmas.

Here are links to a couple other gift guides that have some other options, if you don’t like my pics:
http://www.computerworld.com/article/2855210/computerworlds-holiday-gift-guide-2014-nifty-tech-for-30-to-150.html
http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/2014-christmas-gift-guide-mobile-gadget-stocking-fillers/
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