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  • Cheryl Tan

10 Tech Gadgets This Christmas For The Techie In Your Life

Updated: Aug 19, 2021

It’s always difficult to buy thoughtful presents for people, especially for tech products since new iterations are always coming out. Here are the 10 items that you might want to take a look at if you have no clue what to get for that person who loves anything tech.

1. For The Selfie-holic

Forget polaroids, check out Canon’s iNSPiC [S] camera-printer (RRP: S$219) instead. Not only do you get a huge reflective dome to better frame your shots, there’s a fill light to help with dark lighting conditions and you get to immediately print out copies of the photo to give to your friends!

Check out our review here.

2. For The Frequent Traveller

Ask any frequent traveller what’s most important to them during a flight, and I’m sure a good number will say that it’s a pair of active noise-cancelling headphones. And right now? The headphones with unrivalled noise-cancelling are the Sony WH-1000XM3 (RRP: S$549).

Check out our review here.

3. For Vloggers / Sports Enthusiasts

Credit: GoPro

GoPro is a big name in the action cam industry, and for good reason. Their all-new Hero 8 Black action camera (RRP: S$599) is the best-in-class and for those looking for something to gift to their loved ones who enjoy biking, high-intensity sports or even just to record holidays and such, you can’t go wrong with it.

Check out our review here.

4. For Those Looking To Spice Up Their Home Decor

Credit: Nanoleaf

For the avid gamer or just people looking for something interesting to decorate their house with, Nanoleaf light panels (Smarter Kit RRP: S$359) are definitely an eyecatcher. Stick these on walls, connect to a power source and you get a light show right in the comfort of your own home.

Check out our review here.

5. For Those Looking To Track Exercise

Credit: Fitbit

If you’re looking for a smartwatch that can also pull double duty as a fitness tracker, the Fitbit Versa 2 (RRP: S$318) is worth taking a look at. It’s currently going at a S$60 discount as well, resulting in a price of just S$258!

6. For The Apple Fan

For Apple users, the AirPods Pro (RRP: $379) is a game-changer. Finally, users get earbuds with silicone tips that can ensure a better and more comfortable fit. And to add onto it, noise-cancellation is finally here!

We’ve got a review coming up for these soon, so stay tuned for that.

7. For Those Looking For A Mid-Range Phone

Credit: Huawei

Huawei’s future might be up in the air because of all the restrictions from President Trump, but you can’t deny their phones are still good. The Huawei Nova 5T (RRP: S$598) launched earlier this year uses the same Kirin 980 chip found in the P30 Pro, and has pretty good specs for the price.

Definitely something to consider if you’re looking for a new phone but not to spend too much. Check out our review here.

8. For Those Looking For True Wireless Earbuds

Get rid of pesky cables and go truly wireless with the Klipsch T5 True Wireless (RRP: S$349). There’s a S$30 discount right now for orders made through TC Acoustics, the Singapore distributor, and the Triple Black special edition looks really sleek!

Check out our review here.

9. For Those Looking For A Laptop

We were impressed when we reviewed the Asus ZenBook UX434, with the general consensus being that it was a good laptop for most people’s needs.

Check out our review here for more specs and how the laptop stands up to our testing.

10. For The Gamer

Credit: Sony

Player 2 has entered the game. Or more players even, with 25% off the Playstation DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller (RRP: S$79.90). You’ll be able to gift some spare controllers to that game-loving someone for just S$59.90.


Hopefully, this helps you have some ideas on what tech gadgets to gift this Christmas!

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