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Over 10 Holiday Tech Gift Ideas


When writing your Christmas gift list, there is almost always one tech product on it. Technology is such a big part of our lives now. Everybody loves it; smart phones, tvs, video games, ect.

Piper and I attended a lunch and learn earlier this month, we learned all about the tech gifts of the season, there were so many great products. Every single product I had someone in mind that would absolutely love it.Holiday Tech Gift IdeasAre any of the above on your list this year? I know we’ll be purchasing a new videogame console and a robotic vacuum has definitely been on my list(maybe Santa will bring it:) – it would make life so much easier!

There are so many awesome holiday tech gift ideas this year, from home assistant gadgets to toys. Below you will find a number of ideas.AfterShokz Trekz Titanium
AfterShokz Trekz Titanium

A new pair of headphones were definitely on my husbands Christmas list this year, he wears them everyday and his other pair had just broke. We received a pair at the event and I just knew he would claim them, it seems the only time he isn’t wearing them is while he’s sleeping haha. He loves them; they are easy to wear, he loves that they sit on the outside of the ear so he doesn’t have to remove it if someone needs to talk to him. 6 hours of music + calls(Bluetooth), delivers sound via cheekbones, sweat resistant, titanium frame for durability and flexibility. Retail: $129.95

Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II
Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II
Great for traveling or taking photos of your family. Ultra-slim, Lightweight and Pocket-size Camera featuring a 1.0-inch, 20.1 Megapixel High-sensitivity CMOS Sensor and DIGIC 7 Image Processor. Built in WiFi and Bluetooth Retail: $449.99

Lily Next-Gen™ Pro
Lily Next-Gen Pro
Selfie drone! It features up to 18 minutes in the air, recording video in 4K Ultra HD or 1080p HD. It has object tracking to follow you or another person or vehicle. Lily Next-Gen can be flown up to half-a mile away. It folds to the width of a smartphone, weighs only 14.6 ounces and comes with a soft totable carry bag to take anywhere. Retail: $699

Ecovacs DEEBOT R95
Ecovacs DEEBOT R95
I am in love with this robotic vacuum, it does both vacuum and mop!  You can control the R95 with Amazon Alexa, and then watch their innovative mapping technology build a floorplan of your house as it cleans, becoming more efficient over time. You can use our app to focus on certain areas, set up virtual boundaries to keep it out of specific rooms, or start the R95 while you are away. Retail: $549

Lenovo Tab 4 10 Home Assistant
Lenovo Tab 4 10: The Family Tablet
The Lenovo Tab 4 series just got a whole lot more versatile, with the introduction of the Lenovo Home Assistant Pack. The Home Assistant Pack works with Amazon Alexa and makes any tablet in the Lenovo Tab 4 series—the Lenovo Tab 4 8, Lenovo Tab 4 10, Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus and Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus—a voice-activated smart assistant with a screen. Visual information can be shared on screen to go along with responses from the smart assistant. And with the optional Kid͛s Pack and Productivity Pack, the Lenovo Tab 4 now lets you do a lot more, with one device. Offering the option to transform into a smart assistant, a 2-in-1 and a kid͛s tablet, the Lenovo Tab 4 series truly offers one tablet, with many uses. Retail: $179
Lenovo Home Assistant Pack
The Home Assistant Pack boosts the sound of your Lenovo Tab 4 with two powerful three-watt speakers that can fill up a large room. Far-field detection recognizes your voice from up to three meters from any direction through two built-in mics. And at 300 grams, it͛s as portable as paperback, so you can move it from room to room. Just attach your Lenovo Tab 4 to the docking station, and your screen automatically switches to the home assistant interface. Retail: $70

Play Impossible
Play Impossible Gameball
It’s an active gaming system that takes the digital action both indoors and outdoors featuring patent-pending sensor technology with an innovative twist to a favorite play object. More than ͚just a ball,͛ the inflatable Gameball syncs to the Play Impossible app via Bluetooth for fun and challenging games. Connect, Create, Compete, Play Impossible! With a voice-enabled active gaming system, players can throw, catch, toss, spin and bounce the ball to achieve higher levels. The Gameball allows for long-lasting play by refueling in 20 seconds with the Rapid Charger for another complete hour of fun! Users can play eight free connected ball games that enhance physical play, hand-eye, coordination, agility and creative thinking. Retail: $99

iHome iSP100
Outdoor Smart Plug is made for easy control and scheduling for outdoor lighting, decorations, small appliances and more, up to 1800W. The iSP100 rugged outdoor design works with covered GFI enabled outdoor 120V power supply. Easy set up, works directly with your Wi-Fi network (no hub required), works with HomeKit, Alexa, Google Assistant, Wink and SmartThings. Can’t wait to hook my Christmas lights up to this this year, it will make it so easy to turn them off and on even while we’re away. Retail: $39.99

Amazon Alexa
Amazon Echo Plus
Echo Plus is a hands-free speaker you control with your voice with a built-in smart home hub that makes it simple to setup and control a range of compatible smart devices from leading manufacturers. Echo Plus connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, ask questions, make calls, provide information, news, sports scores, weather, and more. We have an Alexa, it’s very loved and used daily. Retails: $149

Fitbit Ionic Fitbit Ionic
It has advanced health and fitness features like industry-leading GPS, swim-tracking, on-device workouts, automatic activity, heart rate and sleep tracking – all with 5 days battery life. Smart features like contactless payments, on-board music and notifications help users stay connected across Android, iOS and Windows smartphones. With Fitbit Ionic͛s new innovative, lightweight design plus sport and leather accessories, you can easily wear it all-day and night for any activity. Retail: $299.95

Intel HP
HP Specter x360, 15″
Powered by the new, 8th Generation Intel Core processor, the HP Spectre x360 was built with creators in mind. It is a dream device with features for everyone – offering performance, security and style – with nearly 13 hours of continuous battery life and comes equipped with HP Fast Charge technology, getting you a 50% charge in just 30 minutes. Security and safety features include a fingerprint reader located on the side for easy access, HP Sure View integrated privacy screen option to eliminate visual hacking. Retails: starting at $1,149 (13”), $1,399 (15”)

OnVocal OnVocal OV
the first Alexa-enabled bluetooth wearable assistant that was built for even your busiest days when call performance, battery life and music quality make all the difference. Our breakthrough technology is the world͛s first headphone that allows you to take Amazon Alexa outside of your home, wherever you go as well as seamlessly access Siri and Google Assistant.  Retail: $299

Samsung Gear VR with remote
Samsung Gear VR with Controller powered by Oculus
We have an original VR gear and it is very fun and cool, but it can get very hard to work it because you have to push a button on it while it’s on your head. I’m so happy they came out with one that has a controller, it will make it so much easier to work. Play amazing games, socialize with friends, solve the mystery in a suspense thriller, and watch movies in your own private cinema. One of our favorite things to do with it is simply look at the images, it’s amazing how real it looks. Retail: $129

Speck iphone case
Speck Presidio Grip
This would make the perfect stocking stuffer! The raised rubber ridges have been redesigned with an improved grip geometry, resulting in a more tactile hold. Innovative impactium rubber absorbs and disperses shock when the phone is dropped. Retail: $39.95


Will any of the above make it on your Christmas list this year? Leave a comment, I’d love to hear which one(s)?


Disclaimer: I received product in exchange for attending the event put on by CTA, CES & Techlicious. Lunch was provided by Tom Douglas Catering. I wasn’t required to post, all opinions are my own.