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Shopping for a gadget-obsessed friend or family member? Tech gifts are undoubtedly some of the most sought-after gifts out there—and the latest and greatest cool gadgets often come with a hefty price tag. Whether you're looking for a splurge-worthy gift for the tech lover in your life, or one that's a bit easier on the budget, you'll find something for everyone on our curated list.

Bonus: Some of these tech gifts are even small enough to fit in a Christmas stocking, if you're looking for great stocking stuffers.

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Eufy RoboVac
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1 eufy by Anker RoboVac 15C

$150, amazon.com

You don't have to spend a small fortune to get a high-quality robotic vacuum these days—this Eufy version can be easily scheduled in the app, avoids cliffs, and has powerful suction that can get at your dog hair and other debris. 

Amphipod Xinglet Optic Beam USB Rechargeable Flashing Reflective Vest
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2 Amphipod Xinglet Optic Beam USB Rechargeable Flashing Reflective Vest

$45, rei.com

Keep your favorite runner, bicyclist, or dog walker safe in the dark with this clever USB rechargeable vest that glows bright green in the dark for visibility, and stays bright for up to eight hours to handle even the longest bike or hike. 

Breville Bluicer Machine
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3 Breville 3X Bluicer

$300, food52.com

Let your loved one mix it up (literally) with this multi-use machine, which can be used to blend smoothies and frozen cocktails easily, or can create their favorite fresh juices without requiring a lot of slicing and dicing. 

Molekule Air Mini
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4 Molekule Air Mini

$220, bestbuy.com

This tiny tabletop air purifier (just 12 x 8-inches) packs a lot of power—and can clear a 250 square foot room of VOCs, mold, viruses, and other impurities. 

Flare Bracelet With Rose Quartz Beads
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5 Flare Safety Bracelet

$98, getflare.com

This pretty piece of jewelry hides a secret. Your gift recipient can push a button if she feels unsafe. A short push will send an automatic fake call to her phone that can help her excuse herself from the situation, while a longer push can send GPS coordinates and texts to loved ones, or initiate a 911 call. The battery life lasts up to a year, and it comes in an array of styles. 

Magnetic Face Tracking Phone Stand
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6 Magnetic Phone Mount With Face Tracking

$70, belkin.com

For the multitasker, this clever mount keeps the phone focused on the user as they move for no-fuss video calls. 

Dubreq Stylophone S-1 Synthesizer
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7 Stylophone S-1 Synthesizer

$35, amazon.com

For the fan of synth pop, this tiny pocket-sized device lets them create music everywhere they go—just tap the stylus on the keys. (P.S. David Bowie was a fan!)  

Bose Sleepbuds II
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8 Bose Sleepbuds II

$249, bestbuy.com

Help them tune out and get a better night's sleep with these ultracomfy sleep buds. They cancel out disturbing noises (i.e., a neighbor's barking dog or a mate's snoring), and plays soothing white noise to lull them to sleep. 

Symfonisk Wifi Picture Frame Speaker
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9 Symfonisk Picture Frame WiFi Speaker

$199, ikea.com

For the aesthetic music fan, this stylish Sonos speaker looks as good as it sounds: The speaker is embedded beneath a work of art that you can hang or prop against a wall. (You can also order other covers to switch out your art selection based on your style.) 

Twinkly Flex Lights
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10 Twinkly Flex Shapeable Light Tube

$100, amazon.com

The perfect gift for your tech-loving tween or teen is this flexible, neon-like light tube, which can be bent into whatever shapes they'd like. With the Twinkly app, they can easily change color schemes from the 6 million options offered—and they can even have it change shades in time with their favorite tunes. 

(P.S. The brand's twinkle-light strands will make it easy to switch up your holiday lights as the seasons change, too.)

Levitating Bonsai Plant Pot
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11 Levitating Air Bonsai Pot

$67, amazon.com

This cool tech gift gives new meaning to the phrase "air plant." You can elevate your favorite succulent or plant—or use the included artificial plant instead.

Apple AirTags Gift for Women
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12 Apple Airtags

$99 for four, apple.com

These sleek little disks are the answer for your loved one who's always losing their keys, their wallet, the remote—or even their pet or kids. They set up in a snap with iPhones, and let you use Apple's Find My app to track down the target. The tag will play a sound if you want, or just show you that your kid's backpack is at his friend's house. 

Bose Alto Frames
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13 Bose Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses

$200, bestbuy.com

This cool tech gift is the easiest way for your beach fan to bring their tunes to the shore. The Bose quality Bluetooth speakers are embedded into the frames, letting them take calls and listen to music—and protect their eyes, too. 

Polaroid Now Camera
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14 Polaroid Now+ i-Type Instant Camera

$150, polaroid.com

For the old-tech fan, this brand-new take on the iconic instant camera will let them get creative with their images. It comes with a rainbow of lens filters, and an app that lets your favorite photographer play tricks with their output, including double exposures, light painting, and running it from across the room—so they can be in the shot, too.

Wristcam for Apple Watch
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15 Wristcam

$249, wristcam.com

This sleek add-on to an Apple Watch lets you take pics or video easily from your wrist—no phone required. It's water resistant and can take images up to 8 megapixels. 

Amazon Luna Controller
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16 Amazon Luna Controller

$56, amazon.com

Amazon's new cloud-based gaming service lets you do away with the consoles and game buying, with an all-in-one subscription price (starting at $3/month for kids' games) to play a whole catalog of games on PCs, Fire TVs, tablets, and phones. Spring for the Luna controller—or use your existing controllers from a Playstation 4, XBox One, or even just a mouse and keyboard. 

PhoneSoap
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17 PhoneSoap UV-C Sanitizer

$50, bestbuy.com

Let's face it, that smartphone is definitely a high-touch object. The PhoneSoap uses UV-C rays to safely clean tech of germs, while it charges them, too. 

Wonderboom Bluetooth speaker
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18 Wonderboom 2 Portable Speaker

$100, bestbuy.com

This highly rated Bluetooth speaker brings plenty of bass for such a small speaker. It's rugged enough to take just about anywhere (including the shower or the shore—it's waterproof and it floats!).  

Full Color LED Bulbs
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19 GE Full Color Smart LED Bulb

$13, target.com

Light bulbs may feel like a meh tech gift. But as any smart home fanatic can tell you, customizable LED bulbs are a real game changer. And these bulbs don't need an additional hub to work—as you can connect them through the app.

These smart bulbs can be fine tuned through millions of colors, can be programmed to automatically adjust from cool to warm light as the day progresses, and can be controlled remotely via the app or an Alexa or Google Assistant—so no one comes home to a dark house. 

GoPro 9 Camera
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20 GoPro Hero 9

$350, target.com

This tiny-yet-tough-as-nails camera is made to withstand the elements—water, snow, and mud (it can probably handle toddlers, too)—so tech lovers can shoot any adventure and share it with friends and family. The 23.6MP sensor enables you to capture everything in high definition, from 20 megapixel photos to 5K resolution video. 

The camera comes with a built-in mount and can be customized with a slew of accessories to enable the GoPro to go anywhere, from underwater to on a skateboard. 

FitBit 5
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21 Fitbit Charge 5 Fitness Tracker

$130, target.com

The latest fitness tracker from Fitbit includes a Daily Readiness score (based on your sleep, activity, and heart rate) to help you decide what level of activity is best for you on any given day. 

The Premium membership (included for six months with the tracker), includes access to guided workouts and mindfulness routines to help encourage you to stay fit and reduce stress. 

Best Tech Gifts – TOZO W1 Wireless Charger

22 TOZO W1 Wireless Charger

$13, amazon.com

Nothing takes a space from streamlined to cluttered faster than a jumble of wires. Plus, an unruly nest of cords can make it extremely difficult to grab your charger and take it on the go. Add style points to desks with this perfect gift for tech lovers: a compact charging pad that ups your battery life in a futuristic way.

Best Tech Gifts – Logitech Gaming Keyboard

23 Logitech G915 TKL White Tactile Tenkeyless Lightspeed Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

$180, amazon.com

Shopping for a gaming set is usually a choice between black, black, or black. Logitech is looking to color up the space by expanding its palette to brighter hues. Part of the Color Collection, this colorful keyboard features a rainbow LED backlight with an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy base. You can personalize each key or create custom animations from millions of colors with Logitech's G-HUB software.

Best Tech Gifts – Dragon Touch Digital Picture Frame

24 Dragon Touch Digital Picture Frame

$130, amazon.com

This sleek digital frame instantly receives photos and videos via WiFi, so anyone in the family can send photos directly to grandma's living room.

Cool Birthday Gifts and Christmas Gifts for Tech Lovers: Heng Balance Magnetic Lamp
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25 Heng Balance Magnetic Lamp

$50, amazon.com

This award-winning LED lamp serves its purpose as an illuminator, but it also works as an interesting decor piece and conversation starter. Tech lovers will geek out over the futuristic way the lamp turns on when two magnetic balls float toward each other.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
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26 Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700

$379, amazon.com

Take a call, queue up a podcast, or tune out with a playlist with the help of these noise-blocking headphones. Available in silver or black, each lightweight, voice-assisted set is optimized for Google Assistant and can block out up to 11 levels of noise.

Casper The Glow Light
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27 Casper The Glow Light

$129, casper.com

Tired techies will obsess over this bedside glow light. Designed with quality sleep in mind, each self-dimming light tapers out over time, allowing for a better, deeper snooze.

Best Tech Gifts for Christmas and Birthdays: rabbit charger
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28 Rabbit Charger

$50, amazon.com

Charge gadgets more efficiently with this ultimate charging system. A retractable cable, LED ambient light, and swappable charging tips make phone-charging that much easier. The device is also able to power up multiple gadgets at once, making it a much-needed gift for tech lovers.

MIRROR Interactive Home Gym
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29 MIRROR Interactive Home Gym

From $995, mirror.co

Know a tech lover with an intense gym regimen? This interactive home gym is a game-changer for tech fiends and fitness buffs thanks to its archive of on-demand studio classes that help you break a sweat at home.

Best Tech Gifts: DIY Viewmaster
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30 DIY Viewmaster

$30, uncommongoods.com

Bring back a childhood favorite for your tech lover with this personalized reel viewer. Your giftee will receive a code to redeem for a seven-photo reel.