If you are in a search of gifts for the upcoming holidays and already checked our article about the best tech that you can get for $25, $75 and $50 or less, then this one may be even more interesting for you. Alongside with Karl Conrad, we’ll take a look at some present options that’ll cost you not more than 100 bucks.
Now’s the right time for getting products at a lower price, as December is the month of sales. In the following article, we’ll take a look at what exactly can you get for $100 or less. There are plenty of awesome suggestion following, so make sure you read it to the very end, as you may miss something highly appropriate.
Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse
The first one on the list is the Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse, coming at the total price of $99. It is an incredibly good performing gaming mouse for the given price, with the ability to operate on any kind of surface – even glass. It has a speed adaptive scroll wheel with auto-shift from click-to-click to hyper-fast scroll. The unique thumbwheel allows you to experience side-to-side scrolling and much more by installing the Logitech Options drivers. Once you charge this wireless mouse, you won’t have to worry about it in the next 70 days.
SanDisk 64GB iXpand Base For iPhone
The second one here is the 64GB SanDisk iXpand Base For iPhone that you could use to automatically back up your iPhone’s photos, videos, and contacts every time you wirelessly charge, so you’ll never have to worry about losing your memories again. For the price of $70, you can save all of your important files on the iXpand Base at original quality, with no worry about recurring monthly fees.
Designed as a home base for your iPhone, it features a soft rubber top to hold your phone and a wrap-around groove to keep your Lightning to USB cable tidy. The iXpand Base also includes an app that lets you easily restore your backed up files.
Jaybird X3 Sports Bluetooth Headset
If you are searching for a cheap and high-quality Bluetooth headset, then this JayBird X3 Headset is the right one for you, or for a friend of yours that you know it’ll suit. The main idea behind the design of the earbuds by Jaybird are to be as small as possible without sacrificing performance and looks, and this idea is surely accomplished.
The silicone ear fins securely attach to the top and back/lower surface areas of the ear for a snug fit, that’ll ensure that they won’t slip off while running or doing other physical activities. The X3 has an 8-hour battery life and by charging it for only 15 minutes you’ll get yourself a total of 1 hour of playback time, but that’ll harm the battery in long terms, so make sure that you charge it fully when needed. This headset is great for all weather conditions, as their hydrophobic nano-coating will keep moisture away, whether it’s sweat, rain, or snow. The total price of this great wireless headset is $99.
QiStone+ Wireless Charging Battery
The QiStone+ Wireless Charging Battery is a charging power bank, that enables you to charge all Qi-enabled devices on the go and comes at a total price of $80. It works with almost any Android or iOS phone and it’s capacity is 4000 mAh, which can keep your devices topped up all day long. It is built with sharing in mind – charge one of the devices wirelessly, and another via USB port simultaneously. Even if your phone isn’t Qi-enabled, and you don’t have a Qi-adapter, the QiStone+ can also be used normally as an elegant and convenient wired power bank.
Kbar Multiple Charger
If you’d like to free up some space and have multiple devices that need charging overnight, but not enough free charging docks at home, then the Kbar Multiple Charger is the right option for you. It comes at the price of $80 and is incredibly useful as each port’s allowing you to charge 8 high power mobile devices simultaneously. It is fully protecting from voltage spikes the devices that’re being charged with the built-in surge protector, so you’d never have to worry that your thousand dollar phone or tablet may get damaged. If you want to enhance the system, you can spend a couple of more dollars for a charge monitoring board, that enables you to track the charging process of each device.