Must-Read: Best Tech Gifts
So, Christmas is coming up. And, if you’re at a certain age, then you understand that instead of being the happy, gift-receiving time that it used to be, it’s really one hell of a stressful endeavor. It’s a time of year when you actually have to use your head and think about other people. Which, well, you know that’s exhausting. What do you get them? Will they like it? Will they think that you don’t like them? Luckily, there is a style of gift that generally goes over pretty well. No, not clothes, or books, or movies. But tech-based gifts that people want, but just don’t want to take the step of buying them for themselves.
So today we go to Men’s Health, where they have a list of the best in tech-based gifts. Here’s a pair you should think of getting your loved ones:
At only 7.8 inches high and 5.3 inches wide, the retina display features over 3.1 million pixels—that’s a million more than your HDTV—for razor sharp detail. It’s the perfect gift for any tech enthusiast who wants functionality as well as portability. ($399 and up; apple.com)
Among the many revolutionary tasks it’s capable of, Google Glass allows you to capture images and video by voice, display directions in front of your face as you’re walking, and instantly translate text whether it’s a road sign or menu. The purchase may set you back several hundred bucks, but you’ll be a proud owner of the first generation of Glass, and a member of their exclusive Explorer Program to help shape future iterations. (Prices vary; google.com)
Head on over to the link in order to check out the other options, and then get to buying. There’s less than a week of shopping days left!
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.