Hello again. I hope you had a great week and that you’re enjoying the holiday season thus far!
Believe it or not, some folks have already wrapped up their Christmas shopping for the year. If you happen to be one of them, congrats on a job well done!
But if you’re like the rest of us, you’re probably still struggling to find that perfect gift for a special friend or loved one.
Today I’m going to tell you about five awesome tech gifts that are truly useful, yet they won’t cost you an arm and a leg. In fact, all of them cost less than $100, and most of them cost about half that amount!
With the wonderful Christmas spirit (and a touch of frugality) in mind, here they are:
If you’re trying to find a truly useful gift for someone who travels a lot, this could be the perfect gift! It’s built to take just the kind of accidental abuse an item typically receives when traveling, and it only costs around $50!
If you’d like to get your child a gift that’s not only fun, but educational as well, look no further than this awesome electronics learning and experimentation kit. Your child will enjoy countless hours of fun while safely learning how electronic gadgets work by actually putting them together!
This is a gift that literally anyone can use. This flashlight is built like a tank and is small enough to comfortably fit in a shirt pocket, but it’s one of the brightest flashlights you’ll ever find in a portable model.
As you probably know, I have written a handy, comprehensive guide to ridding a Windows PC of all malware that might be on the hard drive. It works great as long as you’re able to boot your PC into Windows.
But if the virus infection is so bad your machine won’t even start up, you need the awesome FixMeStick! And guess what? It makes a fantastic gift as well!
If you’re shopping for someone who enjoys doing their own repairs when something breaks, they need this fantastic 70 piece tech toolkit!
The iFixit website has free step-by-step instructions and videos for fixing thousands of popular electronic items. All you’ll need is this toolkit and the correct repair parts (which are available right from the iFixit website!).
There you have it. Five awesome tech gifts that are sure to thrill most anyone on your Christmas shopping list!
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