Picking the right tech gifts for an enthusiast can feel almost impossible because there are thousands of components, peripherals and accessories, which make it almost impossible for you to choose something they will want or need. Yet you can still find a gift they will appreciate by keeping to the fun side of tech and IT. Here are some ideas that include audio, fitness and games.
If your parents are up to date with the latest tablet, but find using the keypad a little awkward, give a portable keyboard which makes typing more comfortable. This may seem like a little dull when looking for golden wedding gift ideas, but this could be a great practical help to those who may have all they need in their lives. There are wireless keyboards that can link to multiple devices that can easily be switched between a Mac, a PC, a smartphone, or a tablet. You can also choose a keyboard with backlit keys and impressive battery power lasting up to 10 days.
A Drone for the best imaging
Thanks to its lightweight, you can pilot a drone for some amazing aerial shots. These are great gifts for those who cannot justify buying one for themselves, but you know they would enjoy it immensely. Whilst some drones are not well made, others are good for images and video, so choose wisely, as technology has advanced in a short time and models on the market now offer good quality and stability.
A Sonic Ice Maker
Nothing can be disgusting like running out of ice when hosting a party at home. Summer and winter; we need ice cubes ready to use, whether for a cocktail or to fill the champagne bucket. There is nothing better than an ice maker to get what you need in minutes! The ice cube machine is essential for a successful small party or simple moments of relaxation with family or friends.
After an extensive research, we opted for the best product from sonic ice maker models which is an Opal countertop nugget ice maker. With Opal Icemaker, you don’t need to run to the local shop for ice cubes. With a handy control panel, this ice maker has a sleek and easy design which makes it a great countertop model. This might be the best gift for your loved ones.
A jacket that controls your phone
For those who like the latest in technology as well as fashion, the Levi’s Trucker Jacket with Jacquard by Google needs just a tap or a swipe on your clothing to take a photograph, skip songs, receive notifications, or call up a voice assistant. A design class, the denim jacket has been updated with smart technology in the cuff, linking your mobile via Bluetooth. This jacket is also perfect for those concerned about the environment as it is made using just 4 percent of the water usually needed in standard finishing techniques.
Mini Sega or Nintendo
Encourage reminiscences whether they were Team Nintendo or Team Sega with a mini version of the old-school consoles preloaded with 40 of the best-known titles. With Sega, this would be “Sonic the Hedgehog,” “Golden Axe”. Nintendo has launched the NES Classic Edition system, a mini version of the groundbreaking NES, originally released in 1985. So you can share the joys with your kids or friends from schooldays.
GoPro Hero8 Black
Still top of the list of reviews, the Hero8 Black has great image quality and shooting smooth footage on standard settings, so you have the option to use it on high frame rates for super slow-motion options in editing. If you know a serious vlogger or videographer an upgrade to a GoPro is going to be very welcome and take their footage to the next level.
Garmin Vivoactive 4
The Vivoactive 4 is truly one of the best Garmin smartwatches that is worth an upgrade. Available as 45 mm and 40 mm, the large model gives you an extra day battery life of 8 days. The watch has all the essentials, with built-in GPS, smartphone notifications, Garmin Pay, and 5 ATM water resistance. The new features include a sensor for blood oxygen saturation levels and respiration tracking that monitors breaths per minute for some insightful sleep data. The Body Battery also allows you to check your energy levels via heart rate variability (HRV), stress, sleep, and activity.