20 Tech Gifts Each In 20 Seconds Or Less

by | Jul 15, 2021 | Gifts | 1 comment

20 Tech Gifts Each In 20 Seconds Or Less

Don’t you hate that feeling, when you don’t know what to get someone, and then you resort to stupid tactics. Listen. You don’t have time for that. So, I’m going to talk about 20 products for 20 seconds each. Let’s get started.

Links to Products (Includes affiliate links):

Nonda Usb to USB C: https://amzn.to/2rYD3oL
Dimecard: https://amzn.to/2LuccaS
DBrand Skins: https://dbrand.com
Satechi Headphone Stand: https://amzn.to/2PlU1oN
Logitech G602: https://amzn.to/33VeFl7
Cinema LightBox: https://amzn.to/2RuaGt8
PowerA Gamecube Controller: https://amzn.to/2Rt6FVK
Google Nest Mini: https://amzn.to/2Lu4KMK
Tile: https://amzn.to/2rce952
Anker Battery Bank: https://amzn.to/366RYfh
Peak Design Tech Pouch: https://amzn.to/366R42n
Xbox One design Lab: https://xboxdesignlab.xbox.com/en-us/?rtc=1
HyperX Gaming Headset: https://amzn.to/36ewuwP
Lifx Z Led Light Strip: https://amzn.to/2rkQC1H
Logitech MX Master 3: https://amzn.to/2PjxTM2
Samsung T5 Portable SSD: https://amzn.to/2Ph2ee2
Airpods Pro: https://amzn.to/38ajme6
iPad: https://amzn.to/2Lv1lxz
Sony 1000XM3: https://amzn.to/38gL60z

Can’t plug anything into your MacBook or laptop with usb type c? This Nonda usb c to usb a dongle is small, comes in different colors and is cheap.

This is a dimecard, a little card that can hold 2 SD cards, 4 micro SD cards, and is portable enough to shove in your average wallet.

Dbrand has some super cool looking skins, and a site that lets you see how it’ll look. They have skins for a bunch of popular products. I’m going to dBrand a Tesla cyber truck.

This is the satechi headphone stand, it’s a headphone stand that comes in some colors that are common with a certain fruit.

This is the Logitech g602 a budget friendly mouse that can be used for everyday tasks, productivity or gaming. It has so many hotkey buttons that can be mapped to different things.

The Google nest mini is pretty cool, you can talk to it, listen to music, and when combined with other google nest devices, they get even better by letting you communicate between them, become aware of which room is which, and even use them as a giant multi-room audio system.

This is the peak design tech pouch, it fits a bunch of your tech goodies inside it, lets you compartmentalize everything and can fit a Nintendo switch with plenty of space left.

Moving on, there’s something cool about personalized gifts and the Xbox one design lab is an example of this. Basically Microsoft offers the ability to customize your own XBOX one controller. You could make any color combination, barf, tacky, one they already sell, or a cool color scheme to make it uniquely yours. During the holiday season, like Christmas, it costs $10 less. Really nice for someone who wants something different than your average basic white controller.

This is the hyperx cloud gaming headset, there are many different versions of these cans, they come in different color combinations across the different versions but regardless of the differences between versions like the accessories and cables, they all are super comfortable for gaming for long hours with the mic being removable, meaning you can use a different one without this mic getting in the way. They’re worth checking out and can be had for around 50-60 dollars.

These are the LIFX Z led light strips, they light up in different colors. But not only can they do that, they do a one up on all their competition by letting you turn anything lame and boring around you into a glowing rainbow barf fest.

This is the Logitech Mx master 3. It’s an expensive mouse that does ALOT. It even lets you control multiple devices at once as if they were the same machine. And even copy and paste between them, even if it’s with a windows pc and a Mac.

This is the Samsung T5 portable SSD. It’s a tiny but fast little external drive that’s light in your pocket. It comes with a usb c to usb c cable and a usb c to usb a.

These are the airpods pro, my new favorite everyday earbuds. They cancel noise pretty decent, have pretty sound quality, and connects with iphones well. They are a bit pricy but so much better than just regular airpods. These are actually really good on the plane unlike the original which was unbearable.

Now normally iPads wouldn’t be on this list because a few years ago. It costed $500 to get a new full size ipad. Now, during the holiday season, the newest ipads are dirt cheap and make a great gift options for those who need an upgrade. Of course, there’s like 5 different types of ipads now, but the most basic will meet most of the average person’s needs.

Okay. Lastly, the Sony 100XM3. A pair of really good noise cancelling headphones that is comfortable, sounds great and has respectable noise canceling. It even has an ambient mode, which is similar to the airpods pro’s transparency mode. But this one came first. I really like these. I’ve had them for over a year, and with them on the sounds of the world just disappears.

Well that’s everything.


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