Affordable Tech Gifts for Under $250

With the official start of the holiday season just a mere week away, it is about that time if you haven’t done so already, to crunch numbers, make lists, and figure out who’s been naughty and nice.

With electronics being the hot ticket item on everyone’s holiday lists, it is time to figure out what gadgets will make great gifts as well as work best with your budget.

Below I present a list of gadgets that would make great holiday gifts under $250, for you to gift yourself or your loved ones!

  • Affordable Tech Gifts for Under $250 1 of 11
  • Wireless All-in-One Keyboard 2 of 11

    The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 ($99.99) is an All-in-One slim keyboard which combines everything you need to navigate and control your PC. The large built-in touchpad gives you plenty of room to do multi-touch gestures (like pinch, zoom, or swipe to name a few), and even supports up to 13 Windows 8 multi-touch gestures.

    image source: Logitech.com

  • Nexus 7 3 of 11

    Google's Nexus 7 (16GB $229) is by far the most inexpensive quality tablet on the market. Lightweight, great battery life, and seamless performance — you can't go wrong. 

    image source: Google.com

  • Logitech Harmony Smart Control 4 of 11

    Turn your smartphone into a universal remote with the Logitech Harmony Smart Control ($129.99). Control up to eight devices, program up to 50 channels on your smartphone, and access Internet services like Netflix and Hulu on your Sony PS3, Nintendo Wii, or Xbox 360.

    image source: Logitech.com


  • Fitbit Force 5 of 11

    The Force Wireless Activity and Sleep Wristband by Fitbit ($129.95) tracks steps, distance, stairs climbed, calories burned, and allows for stats (and time) to be viewed right from your wrist.

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  • Skype gift cards 6 of 11
    1. Stay connected during the holiday with those furthest from you — with Skype gift cards. They make the perfect gift and can be used to make low-cost calls to mobile phones and landlines, send and receive text messages, and use Skype WiFi from over 2 million hotspots around the world. $10 gets you over 400 minutes of calling.

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  • UE Boom 7 of 11

    UE Boom by Ultimate Ears ($199) is the 360-degree speaker that produces quality sounds in every direction. It's versatile, water and stain resistant, has up to 15 hours of playback, and is able to connect two UE BOOM speakers to take music listening to a different level.

    image source: Logitech.com

  • JBL 8 of 11

    The affordable JBL Flip ($99.95) portable Bluetooth speaker produces quality sound no matter what position it is in, as it was made to be used both horizontally and vertically. Its versatile, portable design connects wirelessly to smartphones, tablets, and laptops, and has a built-in mic for hands-free calls like Skype and FaceTime.

    image source: JBL.com

  • Logitech Bluetooth Speakers 9 of 11

    Stream your music with Logitech Bluetooth Speakers Z600 ($149.99). These high-performance wireless speakers allow up to three devices at once, and seamlessly switch between devices. 

    image source: Logitech.com

  • Samsung Dual-View SMART Camera 10 of 11

    Samsung's Dual-View SMART camera ($119.99) takes perfectly framed shots, instantly saves photos to both your camera and smartphone, provides seamless sharing across devices — and even allows you to wirelessly save images to a cloud service such as Evernote or SkyDrive. 

    image source: Samsung

  • Logitech Keyboard Folio for iPad and iPad mini 11 of 11

    I personally love this case. It is stylish AND durable — as tested by my 8 month old. The Logitech Keyboard Folio ($99.99) and Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for iPad mini ($89.99) doubles as a case (covering both the front and the back), and adds a spacious keyboard with full size keys to the iPad and iPad mini. Oh, and it also has an amazing battery life — up to 3 months. Not too bad.

    image source: Logitech.com

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