Stumped on what to get that person who is impossible to buy gifts for? We feel your pain. This list of the 2017 Best Tech Gifts has something for everyone on your list.
Spire Stone: Stress Management and Activity Tracker for iOS & Android
This pick comes from our CEO, Dan Moshe and it just so happens, it was also all the Guru’s Christmas gift this year. Dan said this gift was a no-brainer because the main purpose of the Spire Stone is to “to help everybody defeat stress” and to “help with balance and calm” which is especially important during the Holiday season.
Recommended by Tech Guru’s CEO Daniel Moshe, Tile makes it easy to find his and saves a lot of time. Dan comments that he puts “one on my keys, and another in my laptop bag, and in any other bag or case that holds something valuable.”
The DJI Mavic Pro is “lots of fun to fly,” says Dan. To stay up to regulation, don’t forget to register with the FAA. Moshe has found the DJI to outperform its competition. “I have the GoPro drone, which I don’t think it is quite as impressive as the DJI Mavic Pro.”
One gift on Dan’s wishlist is the GoPro Fusion, sporting a 360-degree immersive camera. Dan notes, “I want one, but haven’t gotten one yet.” He currently has the Hero5 and says loves it – he has even attached it to his dog and his kids, which has been a lot of fun.
The Jabra Speak 510 is a Bluetooth speakerphone. Dan praises it for “working much better than an integrated speakerphone,” for conference calls.
Dan is a fan of these lively bulbs, because “why settle for just one color of light?” Great point, Dan!
Recommended by Tech Guru’s marketing director, Ann Shrake, this device from LG is a winner. It allows parents to keep in close contact with their older children, “It allows kids to send messages and call up to 10 contacts, plus you can track the watch (your child) on a map, so you always know where he or she is.” And this watch doesn’t have to break the bank. You can add the GizmoGadget to your family plan for $5 per month and up.
Tech Guru president Micah Thor picked the Google Mini because of a recent price drop to $30 and its diverse skill set. “The Mini is really versatile. You can use it to listen to music, check the weather, control lights, add things to your shopping list, etc.” He also added, “they’re also small and easy to wrap.” It’s a win-win for everybody.
This one is a personal favorite of Tech Guru Marketing Coordinator, Allison Ramey. “The Amazon Fire is great for traveling. It is small enough to fit in your purse and great for watching movies on the go. I use it for downloading movies off of Amazon Prime and watching them while at airports and on planes.” You’ve sold us, Allison!