Tech Gift Guide 2014

The holidays are right around the corner! Whether you’re buying something for your significant other, your sibling or your mother-in-law, you can’t go wrong with some awesome technology. Here are a few of our picks for this holiday season:

3doodler 3d printing pen

 3doodler 3D Printing Pen ($99)

For the more creative people, you can give them the gift of 3D printing. 3doodler is the world’s first 3D printing pen and gives the average person the ability to experience 3D printing at their fingertips. It draws by extruding heated plastic that quickly cools and solidifies into a stable structure.



Tile ($25)

Tile is a perfect gift for any of your forgetful friends or family. The tiny square gadget connects to keys, purses, or any other important items. It can be attached to a key ring or as a sticker. It communicates its location with a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth and can track up to eight different things at once to show you its last location.


GoPro Hero

GoPro Hero ($130)

The GoPro Hero is made for the entry-level GoPRo, so a great gift for anyone on your list, especially the more adventurous ones. The camera is built in to a rugged, waterproof housing and the quality of footage will be amazing with 1080p30 and 720p60 video.



Roku Streaming Stick ($40)

If your loved one enjoys the occasional Netflix binge watching marathon, they’ll absolutely love a streaming stick. The Roku gives access to 1,800+ channels, over 200,000 movies and TV episodes, plus music, sports, news and more. There are no wires and can be easily plugged in to almost any TV with HDMI. It’s a perfect gift for the young and old.



Fitbit Charge ($130)

For any health-conscious people on your list, the FitBit would be ideal. FitBit Charge is the newest and most advanced product from FitBit. It tracks steps, burned calories, distance traveled, stairs climbed and sleep. A small display lets the wearer see daily stats, time and Exercise Mode. It has caller ID, as well as the ability to set silent alarms.