Best Tech Under $75 That You Can Get Right Now

Up to date, we’ve reviewed what products (gifts) can you get your hands on for very reasonable price ranges. We discussed what technology can you get for $25 and what can you get for $50, as holidays are coming really soon. These reviews may be really helpful for people, who are in search of ideas for presents to get for their close ones.

It’s the time of the year when products go on crazy sales and you can get things that you’ve wanted throughout the year for an extremely affordable price tag. In the following article, we’ll take a look at a video presented by Karl Conrad, that’ll bring up the best technology products, that you can get for the maximum price of $75, so make sure that you read it thoroughly, because plenty good suggestions that you don’t want to miss are included.

UE Wonderboom

The UE Wonderboom is the first one on the list and it is a super-portable Bluetooth speaker with surprisingly big, clear, crisp 360-degree sound and big bass. It comes in cashmere pink, fireball red, lilac, phantom black, stone grey and SubZero blue colorways all on the price of $75. This Bluetooth speaker is not only cheap and high quality, but due to its size it allows you to carry it around wherever you want, even in the showers or in the pool. It is IPX7-rated, simply meaning that it’s waterproof up to 30 minutes and a depth of 1 meter. The battery life of this nice looking speaker is ~10 hours, which is great and will cover all the songs in your playlist before a charging’s needed.

Sony SRSXB2 Wireless Speaker

The portable Sony SRSXB2 speaker is the second option on the list, coming with pure design and nice quality sound assured by one of the best companies when it comes to audio. They come in blue, red and black colorways, with Extra Bass and seamless Bluetooth pairing. The price of this speaker is $75, which is great for a wireless speaker with ~12 hours of battery life. It has a control console on top, full of buttons that you’ll happen to need, such as power button, answer/dismiss the call, Bluetooth pairing and volume up/down. Whether you want to take the party poolside or just use your speaker outdoors, the splash-proof design will give you peace of mind and you can even enhance the audio performance by pairing 2 of these small and compact speakers in one, as they bring up that option as well.

Google Home Mini

The Google Home Mini is, as you can guess by its name, a smaller version of the Google Home speaker, that the company released last year. It has all the same capabilities but comes at a smaller price: $49 versus the larger speaker’s $129 tag.The Home Mini is a voice-controlled speaker that can be used to play music, control smart home gadgets, answer trivia questions, add things to a shopping list, create calendar appointments, or play video on a Chromecast-enabled screen. Recently, Google added the ability to place phone calls from the Home speakers, as well as use them to locate your phone if you’ve misplaced it somewhere in your home.

Rode VideoMicro On-Camera Microphone

If you are a vlogger or just happen to enjoy recording videos from your PC, then you’ll find the Rode VideoMicro On-Camera Microphone really handy in your set. It has a compact size and is very lightweight, which makes it great to mount on your camera. The design is innovative and makes it easy to attach and use, and it is extremely durable due to the high-quality materials used. The performance offered is backed up by the Rycote Lyre shock mount included and the flurry windshield, that’ll reduce sound/wind distortion while recording. Overall, if you are searching for a microphone to enhance your video-recording set, then this Rode VideoMicro Microphone is the great option for you, coming at the price of just $59.

Gecko Camera And Camcorder Mount

Tripods are a good option when it comes to holding your camera steady, but the Gecko Camera/Camcorder Mount is different. It has two 3″ industrial-grade suction cups and creates a secure, damage-free attachment to any smooth, non-porous surface, while significantly reducing the amount of vibration generated. Simply place the mount on the desired object, push the buttons down to expel any air beneath the suction cups and lift the latches to create a firm, air-tight seal and you are ready to take professional shots at all angles possible.  two ball joints enable 360° tilt, turn and rotation for a completely customized set up. The 2″ extension arm also provides additional reach to shoot over and around objects, that may be blocking the camera’s view. The adjusting knobs securely lock the ball head, neck and suction cups into place, guaranteeing that your camera will stay in place, even throughout rapid, shaky movement. The price of this camera holder is just $57.

Google Daydream View

Virtual Reality is a commonly discussed topic this year, and in 2018 we expect great releases of VR Sets like Oculus Go and other upgraded versions of VR products. If you want to give someone who’s close to you an experience like never before, you can supply them or you with the Google Daydream View headset, that is currently on sale and you can get it for only $70. With this set, you can visit different famous places around the world, or throw yourself into different virtual gaming experiences.