Here is a list of eleven things that will make people who love technology really happy.

goTenna

(for avid adventurers)
This device works with your smartphone. You can send messages and your location to another go Tenna users even in places where there’s no signal. It works up to four miles in open spaces and up to one mile in dense urban places.

Samsung Gear VR

(for virtual-reality fans)

Samsung’s newest Gear VR is the gift of virtual reality this year. You just attach there glasses to your head and you can play games or watch videos.

Pebble Time Round

(for fashionistas)

Pebble TIme Round looks like a regular watch. It has got a color e-paper display that can show you alerts to incoming phone calls, texts, e-mails and Twitter mentions.

DJI Phantom 3 Standard

(for remote-control freaks)

This quadcopter has GPS and a camera on its belly that can take high-definition videos. It can fly for 25 minutes per charge.

Amazon Kindle

(for readers)
Amazon’s Kindle makes it really easy to read. You don’t need to take heavy books with you. It is slim and light so you can put it easily into your backpack or in your purse. It has a backlight on its touch screen so you don’t need a separate reading light. That is good when you are in one room with people and who want to remain in the dark.

Mattel View-Master

(for younger virtual-reality fans)
This View-Master serves for playing with virtual reality. It supports Google Cardboard applications so you just put your smartphone into it and you move anywhere you want to.

Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablet

(for kids)
The Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablet is something perfect for kids. It’s affordable and it has advantages are seven-inch touch screen, front and rear cameras and a microSD card slot for adding more storage. It can entertain and educate children and give adults some peace.

Photojojo iPhone and Android Lens Series smartphone lens set

(for smartphone photographers)
People who enjoy taking photos with their smartphones can take even better photos with this set of lenses.

Zolt Laptop Charger Plus

(for those who travel with their gadgets)
The Zolt’s Laptop Charger Plus is tiny and good-looking. It can charge a laptop and two other devices at a time with its trio of USB ports.

Hammerhead One

(for tech-minded cyclists)
It is quite uncomfortable when you cycle and you must check directions on your smartphone all the time while cycling. But The Hammerhead One shows you the direction you should turn with LEDs. It is attached to your handlebars and gets its sense of direction via Bluetooth from an app running on your smartphone.

LastPass

(for someone who never forgets his or her passwords)
LastPass is a password manager. It saves your usernames and passwords for various websites. There is only one disadvantage of LastPass – this data is itself protected with a password.

Some people just love technology and these gifts will make them really happy.

goTenna

(for avid adventurers)
This device works with your smartphone. It is sold in packs of two and with an accompanying app you can send messages and your location to another goTenna user even in places where there’s no cell-phone signal for miles. It can work over range of up to four miles in open spaces and up to one mile in dense urban places.

Samsung Gear VR

(for virtual-reality fans)
Samsung’s newest Gear VR is the gift of virtual reality this year. With these special glasses, you can play games or watch videos that is like having your own private theatre to your head.

Pebble Time Round

(for fashionistas who want to stay connected)

Pebble TIme Round looks like a regular watch. But unlike a standard watch, it has got a color e-paper display that can show you alerts from incoming phone calls and texts to e-mails and Twitter mentions.

DJI Phantom 3 Standard

(for remote-control freaks)

This quadcopter has GPS and a camera attached to a gimbal on its belly that can take high-definition videos. It can fly for as long as 25 minutes per charge.

Amazon Kindle

(for readers)

Amazon’s Kindle makes it really easy to read anywhere at any time with no need of taking heavy books with you. It is slim and light so you can put it easily into your backpack or in your purse. Thanks to the backlight on its touch screen you don’t need a separate reading light and you don’t bother others who’d rather remain in the dark.

Mattel View-Master

(for younger virtual-reality fans)
This View-Master serves for playing with virtual reality. It supports Google Cardboard applications so you just put your smartphone into this device and you can be anywhere you want to.

Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablet

(for kids)

The Amazon Fire Kids Edition Tablet is something perfect for kids. It is not expensive s affordable and it has specifications like seven-inch touch screen, front and rear cameras and a microSD card slot for adding more storage. It can entertain and educate children while giving adults some peace.

Photojojo iPhone and Android Lens Series smartphone lens set

(for smartphone photographers)
People who enjoy taking photos with their smartphones will be able to take even better photos with this set of lenses. The set comprises of two lenses.

Zolt Laptop Charger Plus

(for those who travel with their gadgets)

The Zolt’s Laptop Charger Plus is tiny and it actually looks good. It can charge a laptop and two other devices at a time with its trio of USB ports.

Hammerhead One

(for tech-minded cyclists)

It is quite uncomfortable when you must check directions on your smartphone all the time while cycling. But The Hammerhead One is a gadget that mounts to your handlebars and show you when and in which direction you should turn with LEDs. It gets its sense of direction via Bluetooth from an app running on your smartphone that you can keep tucked away.

LastPass

(for someone who never forgets his or her passwords)
LastPass is a password manager. It saves your usernames and passwords for various websites. There is only one disadvantage of LastPass – this data is itself protected with a password.

Definitions

avid – very keen
device – an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose
accompanying – being together with something
range – the area over which something extends
dense – having high relative density
attached – joined in close association
fashionista – someone who likes fashion
alerts – warnings
gimbal – part of something that makes it stable
charge – fill, load a capacity
backlight – a light source placed behind an object, to create a highlight that separates
subject from the background
purse – a small woman’s handbag
affordable – inexpensive
seven-inch – wide of seven inches
touch screen – screen that reacts on your touch
storage – depository
lenses – lens that focuses the image in a camera
charge – refill the battery
tech-minded – someone who likes technology
handlebars – shaped bar used to steer a bicycle
running – functioning
tucked away – hidden
username – name that we use in a computer system
password – a sequence of characters used to gain access to a computer system

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