Top 18 Best Tech Gifts for Everyone on Your Shopping List

No matter their interest, these will keep them entertained.

For the Audiophile
Sonos Play:5

Sonos’ biggest speaker—ideal for large rooms and wide open spaces—produces pristinely rich sound to impress even the most discerning audio snob. $499,

For the Couch Potato
LG 55” 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TVWith a beautiful picture and a sleek, stylish design, LG’s OLED TV is one of the best of the year. $1,697,

For the Instagrammer
Fujifilm Instax Square Camera

This is hardly a polaroid camera—its screen allows you to instantly edit images and add filters before printing. But the results are just as cool (and Instagrammable). $230,

For the Business Professional
Apple Watch Series 3 with Cellular

All of the smartwatch features—athletic tracking, push notifications, Siri, etc.—but with LTE. Those work emails and calls will feel much more manageable when controlled from the wrist, sans phone. $430,

For the Neat Freak
iRobot Roomba 690 Vacuum

This motorized, app-controlled robot vacuum cleans carpets and hardwood better than a human. It can be scheduled and controlled from outside the home, and paired with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Easy said, easy done. $450,

For the Traveler
Google Pixel Buds

Besides being the newest wireless earbud technology, paired with Google’s AI system and meant to rival Apple’s EarPods, Google’s Pixel Buds have the ability to translate 40 different languages in real time. That’s some seriously futuristic stuff to take on vacation. $160,

For the Homebody
Amazon 2nd Generation Echo

Amazon’s newest Echo is a life assist to anyone who needs a hand (or speaker) to keep track of news, chores, music, correspondences, and more. The fabric choices also make it a stylish living room accessory. $80,

For the Runner-in-Training
Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch

Fitbit’s newest smartwatch can monitor any type of physical activity you can imagine, providing personal coaching with on-screen video and real-time stats to power anyone through their most grueling workouts. It’s got more than four days of battery juice, too. $270,

For the Gamer
Nintendo SwitchThe newest Nintendo gaming console was insanely hard to get your hands on when it first came out. Now, there are enough to go around for the holidays, as well as a larger selection of Switch games to choose from. $300,

For the Grill Master
ThermoWorks Classic ThermapenThis thermometer, designed for professional kitchens, takes incredibly accurate readings in two seconds. Anyone serious about cooking meat can use it to achieve grilling perfection every time. $79,

For the Photographer
Gnarbox Portable Backup and Editing System

The Gnarbox lets you do photo and video editing on the go by backing up footage for quick editing and uploading. No one will have to waste time fiddling with a laptop or an external hard drive. $300,

For the Kids
Meccano M.A.X. Robot

Teach kids the joys of artificial intelligence early on. M.A.X. is a programmable playmate that requires S.T.E.M. skills to function, learn, and move. $140,

For the Podcaster
Sennheiser Wireless Headphones

With no cord and top-of-the-line active noise cancellation, nothing will distract the wearer from their podcast or playlist. $400,

For the Pop Culture Junkie
Roku 4 Media Player and Remote

Roku provides on of the best TV-watching experiences, and is compatible with most TVs. This one comes with HD streaming, a USB port, and a lost remote finder. $95,

For the Reader
Kindle Oasis

This is the best e-reader on the market—thin, light, high-res, and glare-free. It’ll be a treat to use for anyone who still makes a point to read every day. $250,

For the Adventurer
LifeStraw Water Filter

While the LifeStraw doesn’t have video or high-tech buttons, it does filter up to 1,000 liters of water for bacteria and chemicals so well it surpasses EPA standards. It’s perfect for anyone who can’t stay indoors for long. $18,

For the Fitness Obsessed
HyperIce Vyper Foam Roller

With three vibrating speeds, this roller will relieve even the deepest aches for a quick recovery. It’s also a pro-athlete favorite, counting LeBron James and J.J. Watts among its many fans. $180,

For the Tech Addicted
Anker Portable Charger

For the techie with too much tech, the Anker is a useful gift that’ll keep all that stuff running. It supports Apple and Samsung products, and more, and isn’t too heavy to lug around. $42,

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