Did you get any cool technology for the holidays this year?. Let’s take a look at three popular gadgets that were all the rage this holiday season.
Headphones are great choices for gifts because they are practical, and the technology behind today’s sound quality makes for quite the experience even with a basic pair of them. Wireless headphones can be split into two groups: earphones and earbuds, and they make safe gifts. In case you forgot someone on your list, these might be a good bet.
Here are some popular brands of headphones you might have seen this holiday season:
Over the Ear Headphones
Robot vacuum cleaners have historically been quite expensive for the average consumer, especially for a gift, but now that the prices have decreased, they are popular gadgets that anyone can use in their home. However, you need to do your research. What kind of floor needs to be cleaned? How much floor is there to clean? What kind of changes are there, like hardwood-to-carpet? How high is the carpet? What about pets? Answering these questions helps make the decision making process easier.
Here are some of the features today’s robotic vacuum cleaners have:
Some of the most popular autonomous vacuums this year are:
Now that we can all video chat with each other, devices capable of doing so are great gift ideas. Some companies have even developed devices specifically for this purpose. These are great gift ideas for the elderly who still want to video chat with people, but don’t necessarily have the technology know-how to operate a smartphone. Many of these devices are made by well-known technology companies like Amazon, Google, Facebook, and so on. Some of the features you should consider when shopping for a video chat device include:
The main options available this holiday season are:
What do you think about some of these technologies? Were any of them on your list this year? Tell us what you think of these in the comments!
Sam is a network engineer with a broad range of experience spanning more than 35 years. He wrote is first piece of code in 1979 and has been involved with the industry ever since. For the last 20 years, he has worked for SCW Consulting where he has embraced his passion for network technology and security.
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