This little guy isn't much larger than default phone chargers, but its dual USB ports mean it can charge your phone and a second device -- wireless headphones, maybe, or even another phone -- simultaneously. The plug folds up for easy traveling, too. You can snag it for under $10.
Apple's Lightning cables are notorious for fraying and cracking after just a few months. That's why anyone with an iPhone or iPad will love the Anker PowerLine+ Lightning Cable. The nylon-braided cable is far more durable, and it comes with its own wallet-style carrying case -- all for $5 less than what Apple's replacement cables cost.
It never hurts to have a spare set of earbuds around. And considering that they only cost about $8, the Panasonic ErgoFit RP-HJE120 actually sound pretty great. They're available in a wide variety of colors, too.
This handy SanDisk thumb drive has both USB-C and standard USB-A connectors, making it the perfect way to transfer files between any two computers, including newer MacBook and Windows laptops. It also works with many newer USB-C Android phones, too. The 32GB model can be found for under $20, and the 64GB one is just a few bucks more.
The Logitech M510 is a slick midrange wireless mouse with seven programmable buttons. It works with Windows PCs and Macs, but make sure they have a standard USB port for the receiver nub (shown on the lower right). It costs less than $20 and comes in red or black.
Let's face it: Between the dust, the crumbs and the well-worn palm rests, most of our PC keyboards are downright disgusting. That's why a brand new one is a welcome gift. And Logitech's Wireless Keyboard K360 gets the job done on Windows PCs and Macs (with full-sized USB ports) for under $20. The wireless QWERTY keyboard powered by two AA batteries, and it uses Logitech's Unifying wireless USB dongle -- which also communicates with a Logitech mouse, such as the aforementioned M510.
This full-size wireless Bluetooth keyboard lets you hot-toggle between three separate devices. It's a perfect add-on for anyone who needs to do serious typing on a phone, tablet or computer, and it's a steal at just $25.
This TP-Link TL-WR841N wireless router isn't a new product, it won't set any records for data speeds and it's not great for large homes. That said, it gets the job done, and it costs... less than $20. If you know someone who has an old 802.11b or 802.11g router, this could well be a worthwhile upgrade.
The iOttie Easy Flex 3 Car Mount Holder holds nearly any size phone on the dashboard with an iron grip, but it also makes it easy to get the handset in and out. At $20, it's a great gift for anyone who uses their phone for navigation or music in the car.
OK, this one is outside of the budget a bit. But for just $30, the all-new Roku Express turns any HDTV into a first-class video streamer, with access to Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go and every other big online video service. It also offers the Roku Channel, a totally free (albeit ad-supported) service with plenty of mainstream Hollywood hits.