Top 5 Pieces of Tech that Should Be on Your Christmas List

Soon, it will be that time of year again: the time of rushed last-minute gifts, jaw-dropping discounts, long queues, and opening of long-awaited Xmas presents. Now it’s better time than ever to decide on what gift you would like to get from Santa, or what gadget would make someone you know happy. We have selected top 5 pieces of tech that span multiple product categories, giving you more than enough choice to select the right one.

Bose QuietComfort QC35 Headphones

Top 5 Pieces of Tech that Should Be on Your Christmas List

Based in Massachusetts, Bose is widely renowned as the manufacturer of world’s best active noise-cancelling wireless headphones. Their products are especially popular among office workers and college students who need to isolate themselves from the busy and disturbing would around them.
The new Bose QuietComfort 35 improve what was already an excellent product, by making the noise cancellation even more effective, the sound more enjoyable, and the fit more comfortable. The headphones last up to 20 hours on a single charge, pair wirelessly with any compatible device via Bluetooth, NFC, or 3.5mm audio jack, and can even serve as a headset for hands-free phone calls. Just make sure that your Santa has deep pockets because the price tag of the best noise-cancelling headphones in the world is pretty high.

Google Pixel Smartphone

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Google has made a new smartphone. Unlike the company’s other devices, such as the Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P, the new smartphone is designed and manufactured entirely by Google. They call it Pixel. Its sleek design, high-end specifications, and even price make it compete directly with iPhone.
But unlike the latest iPhone, which has removed the 3.5mm audio jack in favor of a slightly thinner design, Google has gone the other way and packed the Pixel with unlimited cloud storage space, AI-powered personal assistant, and the highest rated smartphone camera, according to DxOMark.

Anker PowerCore 20100 Power Bank

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Not everyone needs a new smartphone, but we all need a way how to charge our smartphone’s battery. The Anker PowerCore 20100 power bank has enough capacity to charge the iPhone 6 seven times, the Galaxy S6 five times, and the iPad Mini 4 twice. That’s because it implements Anker’s own PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology as well as a range of safety mechanisms which make the charging process safe and help to extend the lifespan of your electronic devices.

CM Storm QuickFire Rapid Mechanical Keyboard

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There’s a good reason why mechanical keyboards are all the rage right now. They deliver superior tactile feedback, making gaming more enjoyable and typing more accurate. The CM Storm QuickFire sports a compact design, giving your mouse more room to roam on your desk. The keyboard comes with Cherry MX switches, which are considered to be the best mechanical switches on the market. The blue version of the switch has a distinct clicky feel to it, the red is light and responsive, and the brown is a happy medium.

All-New Kindle E-reader

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If you already don’t own an eBook reader, now is the perfect time to get one. Amazon has just released the latest version of their basic Kindle, making it thinner and lighter. Amazon Prime members can get it for less than $50, which is a steal, considering how many timeless classics are available on Amazon for free, and how easily you can purchase new books and read them on any device with the Kindle app—not just the e-reader.

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