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Best Tech Gifts 2015: From VR to IoT

The holiday season is truly upon us, which also means it’s gift buying season. But don’t let the panic set in! Here’s the ARTÉMIA guide to some of the best tech gifts, whatever the budget.

 

  1. Polaroid SNAP Instant Digital Camera ($100)

Remember the days when you’d actually print out copies of your pictures and not just share them online? With the new Polaroid SNAP camera, you can do both. A thoroughly modern take on that retro-classic, the Polaroid Instamatic, this is set to be a sure-fire hit and much more fun than a selfie stick.

 

  1. Google Cardboard Knox V2 ($23.95)

Sticking with the brand new / retro theme, and for those who want a low budget introduction to virtual reality technology, is the Google Cardboard Knox V2. And with a price that comes in around $20, this could be this year’s coolest office party white elephant gift.

 

  1. Calypso Travel Tag ($169)

A great gift for frequent flyers who might have experienced the frustrations of losing their luggage. The Calypso Tag is a smart tag that sends alerts to your phone when your bag comes on the carousel and lets you know if someone tries to steal it. With four stylish designs such as “Paris Glory” and “Zurich Night,” Calypso Tag adds a little bit of glamor, even if the destination is less so.

 

  1. Fitbit Flex ($99)

This mid-range Fitbit is a great entry point for anyone interested in health and fitness wearable devices. According to ConsumerAffairs.com, wearable tech is set to be 2016’s top fitness trend as more and more people turn to devices to help keep track of their activity and reach their goals. The Fitbit Flex tracks steps, distance and calories burned, as well as sleep patterns to wake the user up with a silent alarm.

 

  1. LittleBits Synth Kit ($159) & LittleBits Gizmos and Gadgets Kit ($199.95)

As the website says, LittleBits “are great for kids ages 8 to infinity” who are encouraged to put the screen away and build. LittleBits is so much more than a retailer, it is a global movement of DIYers empowered by the mission to be “creative with electronics and reinvent their world.” Education plays a key role in LittleBit’s mission, with 150 chapters in over 45 locations worldwide, meaning anyone who receives a LittleBits kit this holiday season also gets access to a great support network.

 

We hope these have provided some gift inspiration this holiday season. If you’d like to share your ideas for top tech gifts, as ever, please get in touch.




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