If you're looking for a relatively inexpensive tech gift this holiday season, you're probably looking for something that's between $25 and $50. I call this category the cheap-but-not-too-cheap gift.
There are more decent products in this price range than you might think. I've posted a few of my top picks here, but I have plenty more in my. I also did the " " if you're willing to step up and spend a little more.
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Tribit XFree Tune
You'd be hard-pressed to find a better-sounding -- and better built -- full-size Bluetooth headphone for under $50 than the $50 at Amazon (with case)., which retails for See it at Amazon
Logitech's K380 has been around for a while, but it's still a great keyboard for the money. You can find it for less than $30 online.See it at Amazon
Echo Dot (third-gen)
While thestill doesn't sound great, it does sound better than its predecessor and has a more refined design. Its list price is $50, but be on the lookout for those Echo Dot flash sales. See it at Amazon
Tribit XSound Go
Another candidate for best value wireless speaker, theis one of the best ones for the money -- about $30 at Amazon. See it at Amazon
Amazon TV Stick 4K
The all-new Dolby Vision and HDR10+ video and Dolby Atmos audio, which promise higher video and audio quality on compatible TVs and audio systems. No Roku streamer currently has Dolby Vision or HDR10+, making this a contender for best streaming stick for the money.costs $50 and comes equipped with See it at Amazon
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