Still trying to figure out the best gadget to buy for the tech lover in your life? Jim Barry, the Digital Answer Man with the Consumer Technology Association joined Good Day Connecticut Tuesday to talk about the 23rd Annual Holiday Purchase Patterns report.
Here's a look at some of his favorites:
- Amazon Echo personal assistant (Alexa) allows you to ask questions, play music, and control smart devices through voice command.
- Price: $179
- VIDBOX Inc. specializes in developing and distributing consumer video and audio transfer products and other consumer technology products. Our goal is to develop our products for the mass market by making them easy to use, designing the products and packaging so that it “says what it does, and does what it says”.
- Price: $79.99
- Portable, small Bluetooth speaker that features high-quality sound effortlessly.
- Price: $149.99
- The HTC 10 is the world’s only front and back OIS camera phone that has built-in DAC converts 16-bit audio to 24-bit high-resolution sound for richness and depth.
- Price: $699
- Sony Bluetooth HiRes headphones allows you to listen wirelessly to compatible Bluetooth audio devices and control your music with a Touch sensor control panel. It also features NFC easy connect for quick Bluetooth pairing.
- Price: $199.99
- WakaWaka Power solar charger allows you to charge up to one USB mobile device using solar power and also has a convenient built in flashlight.
- Price: $79.99
- Seek Thermal infrared camera for iPhone allows you to take high-resolution thermal images with a 32-degree field of view on your iPhone
- Price: $249
- Tiny drone (the size of the palm of your hand) that you live stream from your phone.
- Price: $118.73
- Livestream's Mevo Live Event Camera combines a camera, a live streaming platform, and a videoswitcher to form an all-in-one story-telling device.
- Price: $399.99