11 Techie Holiday Gifts for Early Adopters
If they line up to score the latest gadget or always seem to know just what's next when it comes to text, you'll find the perfect gift ahead. We rounded up the best tech to give to the early adopter in your life.
Amazon Fire 4K Stick and Remote ($40): The latest gadget in the Alexa family features thousands of channels, apps, movies, TV shows, *and* an Alexa Voice Remote — there's hardly anything it can't do. They'll be able to binge Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu, HBO, from pretty much anywhere with just a few simple voice commands. Have Wi-Fi and HDMI port, will travel.
Harry Potter Lifeprint ($150): Does your sweet early adopter love the newness *and* House Gryffindor? Well, then they're doubly in luck. Give them some actual magic with this printer that brings still images to life. Simply have them download the app, snap away, and print. Then, hold the app over the image and watch as it comes to life! Add filters and stickers to customize each photographic adventure.
CINEMOOD Portable Movie Theater ($400): If they love watching films on the big screen but rarely find the time, this home theater will not disappoint. Portable, cordless, and able to display up to 12 feet, this cute lil' cube streams their favorite content and has 16GB of internal memory for home video upload and projection.
Motiv Ring ($199): Your tech and fitness-obsessed friends are going to love this stylish fitness tracking ring that monitors heart rate, steps, sleep duration, active minutes, and more. They'll be tempted to ditch their Fitbits in favor of this comfortable, functional, and ridiculously good-looking new finger candy. Waterproof, Bluetooth-equipped, and boasting a three-day battery life, the Motiv Ring comes in seven sizes and is available in rose gold, slate gray, and silver.
Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Smart Voice Speakers ($299+): It didn't seem like Marshall could bring the noise even more but they went and did it anyway. Their new line of Voice speakers features Alexa and Google assistant to command their 360-degree sound remotely.
Chef'n 3-in-1 Coffee Brewer Set ($80): For the amateur barista and lover of caffeine every which way comes the coffee maker-meets-Russian nesting doll of their dreams. Touting not one but three (!!) different brewing options — this brewer set can be a french press, a pour over vessel, or the perfect steeper for a cold brew. And when they're done getting wired, the set fits together for easy storage.
Moodo Smart Home Aroma & Fragrance Diffuser ($223): Here's an invention that makes scents (See what we did there?!). This diffuser is controlled via smartphone to diffuse their favorite scents precisely when they want them to.
Aura WiFi Digital Smart Frame ($299): The future called and they want their frames back. This geometric, standalone frame has an immaculately crisp picture and can be controlled with the wave of a hand. By using facial recognition, the frame automatically curates photo collections of the people that they snap the most. Available in Stardust or Slate, the energy-conscious Aura adjusts to darkness when the lights go out and then senses the best display brightness for each photo. TBH, this invention belongs in everyone's home, but we'll start with the early adopters for now.
Soyabella Soymilk and Nut Milk Maker ($121): They don't have to be vegan to appreciate a really good, homemade nut milk. They just have to be adventurous, on trend, and all about the delicious newness. This top-rated machine makes it easy to process all types of milk from the comfort of their own kitchen.
Radiant Wireless Charger ($86): Liberate them from tangled cords and lost bases once and for all. This handy wall charger is the easiest way to streamline the inevitable daily phone charging. Simply plug into the wall, clip charger into place, and watch the battery fill.
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