Unless you have a special…gift for the task (pardon the pun), buying gifts isn’t an activity which most people would consider to be fun. This challenge is often made greater when the recipient is a tech-enthusiast. Especially when all that the gift giver knows is how to send an email on their phone.
If this sounds like a familiar situation, help is at hand.
A Power Bank
As far as technology has come, we aren’t at the point where a phone battery can last all day. To help your recipient keep their gadgets charged all day, get them a small power bank or battery pack they can easily carry around.
Novelty Coffee Mugs
If they like tech then it’s fair to assume they also like sci-fi movies. Do a bit of subtle investigating to find out their favorites and head to your local merchandise store and pick out a novelty coffee mug. It might seem silly to you, but it’s a great way to show your love of tech at work.
Bluetooth headphones are something that every tech lover wants but never buys for themselves because they are a pure indulgence. Check out the Groupon Coupons page for Lakeside Collection and give a gift which they have always admired but never purchased for themselves.
Gadget Expo or Show
If the gift worthy even is around the same time as a tech expo or a product announcement then a ticket could be the perfect gift. Speak with the local tourist bureau about which events are happening around the city close to the present giving day.
USB Dongle or Gadget
USB ports on computers and laptops provide great function. They are also the perfect place to plug in a small fan or a water cooler. Ask a few of the right questions to find out what type of workspace your recipient works in. A small USB powered object could be a nice way to brighten it up or make it more enjoyable.
Buying tech-enthusiasts gifts doesn’t have to cause your drive to meltdown. Just verify these data tips and your recipient will be as happy as a motherboard.