“popular electronic items small gadget gifts”

What’s more portable than your iPhone, more addictive than Facebook, and packed with more nostalgia-inducing goodness than Netflix’s Stranger Things? The PocketSprite, of course — the retro gaming device that fits on your keychain. Its small stature means you can take it anywhere you go, for gaming goodness on your commute or during a quick coffee break at work, but the convenient design extends to the software as well: the open-source architecture makes it easy for you to upload your favorite Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Gear and Sega Master System games. Add to that a reasonable price tag and great battery life, and you have the perfect gift — for your friends or for your inner child.

Don’t let the looks of this drone fool you – it’s no toy. Not, at least, for children. Rigged with a 20 MP camera, boasting 30 minutes of flight time, and featuring a top speed of around 45 miles per hour, this technological aerial acrobat is an impressive bundle of machinery.

Sure, it’s a prototype, but it works — literally. The Aeolus robot can clean your house, pick up after you and keep an eye on things while you’re away. Plus, it has Alexa built in so you can express your gratitude (or disappointment).

An improvement on the already very strong PS4, the PS4 Pro supports 4K and HDR technologies; plus with advances in frame rate due to beefed-up processing speeds, gaming will look cleaner, crisper and smoother.

The coffee press is straightforward to set up and brew, which is something your pre-caffeinated morning brain will be thankful for. It’ll make enough coffee to fill four mugs and is dishwasher friendly if you don’t feel like washing up.

If you were around during the 1960s, then you have to remember Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn), and Russian Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum, the super spies in “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” television series about the fictitious law-enforcement agency, U.N.C.L.E. These artifacts were donated to the CIA Museum in 2000 by The Spy-Fi Archives.

You’ll love the Dango Tactical EDC Wallet as it really doesn’t look like any of the conventional wallets we know. The Dango comes with a very slim profile yet you’d be amazed at its ability to hold up to 12 different cards. Made of high carbon stainless steel the Dango is actually embedded with 10 different tools including a nail prier, saw, knife, hex tool, ruler, paracord tensioner, and a smartphone stand, among others. It also features a state-of-the-art RFID blocking technology that’s hell-bent on protecting your cards’ sensitive information. The Dango is a classic multitool wallet that keeps all of your secrets well-protected.

This Dragonfly “insectothopter,” invented by the CIA’s Office of Research and Development in the 1970s, essentially served as a very tiny Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. One of the first-ever UAVs – long before the acronym entered the popular lexicon – this project pressed forward to test the feasibility of gathering intelligence collection by miniaturized platforms.

Earlier this morning Samsung’s Galaxy S9’s camera was awarded the highest-yet score from DxOMark, and now screen gets the best-of-all-time nod from DisplayMate and display wonk Ray Soneira. The ma

If you need a lightweight pair for the gym then you’re probably better off with a pair of wireless earbuds; or, if you do most of your listening at home and want the best-possible sound quality, then a pair of wired over-ears might be better. 

The Beast: Beefier than some home speakers, this is the best option for anybody looking to blast tunes for the entire beach. You can toss it right in the sand and it’ll be fine. It’s designed for it. Best of all, it can charge your phone while playing music if it’s plugged into this monster.

The Google Home Mini is another affordable but smart gift. The smaller version of Google Home, the device includes a smart speaker, the Google voice assistant, a means to control your smart home devices, access the news, weather, your schedule, and more.

With the holiday season upon us, everyone may want to make a few upgrades. Perhaps new phones and tablets. The good news is you don’t have to load up your outlets with multiple devices. No more arguing over who unplugged whose charger because their phone is more important. This simple design of the Avantree charging station consists of 4 USB ports, and it charges twice as fast. Plus, it’s backed by a 2-year warranty.

Electric car startup Faraday Future debuted the FF 91 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. It has self-parking, autonomous driving, a 378-mile range and ubiquitous screens all around the cabin. The FF 91 looks promising, but with production facilities only existing on paper at this stage, it’s reasonable to worry whether the car will ever roll out on the road.

This is one of the most useful modern all-in-one gift ideas, because it incorporates a bit of everything that a man needs in order to handle his daily accessories and pocket space. It is a slate, set at an angle with a small collection of trays at the bottom and an assortment of grooves and holes cut into the reclined slate itself. This is to make it easier to empty your pockets, because every slot, every combination, and every groove on it can hold any kind of manly accessory. From phones to wristwatches, from lighters to sunglasses, even dog tags, spare change and wrist cuffs. You won’t be disappointed.

High tech gizmos, unusual gadgets and the coolest toys – let’s face it, there is no job that can’t be made easier (or more fun) with a little tech. So why not surprise the gadget geek in your life and take a look at our awesome range of technology gifts for men?

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  1. Yeah, we’re still obsessed with all things Beats.  And, well, we can’t thank Dre enough.  Clearly we weren’t the only ones who d Beats, as you may recall a tiny little company named “Apple” purchased them for upwards of $3 Billion in 2014.  Yes that is Oprah money.  With everything basically wireless these days, especially after Apple released […]
    BFGD stands for Big Format Gaming Display. How big is big? 65 inches, much bigger than most gaming monitors, which often max out at around half the size. The low-latency BFGD monitor was built by Nvidia along with partners HP, Asus and Acer, and packs the GPU maker’s Nvidia Shield streaming tech. 

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