The techie in your life might just be the hardest person to shop for, especially if you aren’t up to date on all of the newest gadgets that have hit the market this year. But, fear not late holiday shopper! The Samanage team has you covered with our recommendations for the top tech gifts this season. And, to be totally honest, there’s a little something for everyone.
What’s trendier than virtual reality right now? Oh, that’s right! NOTHING. Enter Google Daydream. Now if this doesn’t cost you a pretty penny, the Pixel phone required for it just might. But, you’re literally taking daydreaming to a whole new level with some funny looking goggles that are so hip right now.
Excuse us while we take a trip back to 1994. The nostalgia of this beauty has novice and advanced players uniting under the common memories of destroying each other in Super Mario Bro. (or was it Donkey Kong?). The Nintendo Entertainment Classic Edition is guaranteed to bring the family together under one TV screen this holiday season.
Seriously, why would you ever want to learn how to complete pancake art when there’s a bot that knows how? The PancakeBot is prepared to make you those cartoon faces to kick off your morning on the right foot. While it might not be the Picasso of pancake art yet, you and the kids can have a good time coming up with new designs to try.
Apparently typing in a Google search is too much for everyone after the year that we call 2016. From Google Home to Amazon Echo, voice-activated speakers are all the rage to save you and your loved ones time from manually searching on a keyboard or clicking a mouse or flipping on a light switch — you know any of that super difficult stuff.
We can’t really determine if females or males will appreciate this gift more, but a Home Bathroom Motion Activated Sensor LED Night Light is basically life changing. Why? 1. Aim. Enough said. 2. No stumbling around in the dark. 3. Pretty colors that are soft on the eyes in the middle of the night.
About Danielle Livy
Danielle is the Senior Director, Marketing at Samanage. She has wide-ranging experience in content production, social media marketing, public relations, and brand messaging. Her happy place is sitting by the lake with a cold beverage in hand, with the occasional water ski session.
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