With Christmas coming up, we have compiled a list of tech gifts for you to give to the tech-savvy people in your life.
Piper Computer Kits – $299.99
With kids having phones, tablets and laptops from such an early age these days, the Piper Computer Kit is created for children to understand how the technology works. With this, they can assemble their own computer and through its learning system, they can even learn some kids engineering and programming.
Nintendo Switch – $299.00
The Nintendo Switch is the new gaming console, released this year. It is a console which can be used either attached to the television, or as a tablet, using the console’s touch screen. It gives you the ability to use the console from anywhere, with anyone.
Suggested Games: Mario Kart 8, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, FIFA 18, Minecraft, Lego Worlds
View-Master Virtual Reality Starter Pack- $29.99
The View-Master Virtual Reality viewer immerses you in a world of virtual reality. You can pull up videos, images, fun facts and mini-games from within the viewer, through apps such as Space, Destinations and National Geographic: Wildlife.
Vtech Kidizoom Camera – $39.99
This child-friendly camera allows you to take digital photographs, with selfie mode and collage templates. It has creative apps and photo effects, for any budding photographer.
Quirky Porkfolio Smart Piggy Bank – $14.99
This digital piggy bank syncs with a mobile phone app, where you can check the balance and set goals. This piggy bank is perfect for teaching kids about money and responsibility – way more fun with the internet inside.
Osmo Coding Awbie – $49.99
Coding Awbie introduces kids to ideas about programming and coding, teaching them the key elements of learning to code, with 16 different levels. One of Game + Osmo iPhone Base, Game + iPad base or Game + Genius Kit are required to use the Osmo Coding Awbie game on.
Hiro – Bluetooth Thing Finder (V2.0) – $19.99
Hiro’s Bluetooth Thing Finder helps you find those things which you are constantly losing – your keys, your phone etc. The free app works with both iPhone and Android systems.
Garmin Edge 20 GPS Cycling Computer – $129.99
This GPS designed for cyclists, helps you to track how far, how fast and where you ride. It is one of the smallest cyclist GPS’, making it easier to use.
Kindle E-Reader, 6” Glare-Free Touchscreen Display, Wi-Fi – $109.99
The Kindle E-Reader holds thousands of books and reads like real paper. The touchscreen and long battery charge make it easy to use. It has a dictionary look-up function, without having to leave the page and a vocabulary-building function – perfect for any avid reader.