What's up guys and gals, welcome to Brian Tong's Fab Five gift gadget guide or what I like to call, B-Teezy's F-F-G-G-G.
Okay, so what these are, these are the top gifts this holiday season in my mind and they really follow across the different themes that are really hot in tech.
So let's just start off from the top, my number one gift To get this season right here on my left side.
This is the NES Classic System, it's a mini-console, it's throwback retro and it has old classic games like Super Mario Brothers, Donkey Kong, Legend of Zelda all in this one piece.
For 59 bucks and this is the killer way to bridge the past with the current generation.
This is just enjoy with the family friends this gonna be one of my [UNKNOWN] hard to get again put this at the top of your list.
Now, the other things that you guys really look at, my second gift is the artificial intelligent home assistance, we are talking about the Amazon Echo Dot.
Now, why do I recommend this?
This is not the full-size Echo, that's $180.
This is a $49 Puck.
It still has a speaker.
It really connects all the things in your smart home, lights, thermostats, switches, plugs.
And it gives you all of that artificial intelligence for the home.
A great to just try something out like this.
The voice recognition is on point.
And it's one of my Favourite things chains on how I use things in my households.
So chek it out $49 amazon echo.
Now the third thing is on my wrist, this is the Fitbit Charge 2.
What I love about it is it's design.
It's only $149, you can beat it up.
It does everything like track your exercise activity and your heart rate, also your sleep pattern without even having to change it to a specific mode.
It's my favorite fitness device of the year just for variety of those reasons.
And it's not complicated to use.
You just basically pop it on, sync it with your phone and your good to go.
And it comes in various stylish colors.
So, if there's really one fitness device that I love the most this year specifically, it's the Fitbit Charge 2. Okay.
Then when we talk about virtual reality a big thin here for 2016 There's a lot of ways you can go.
You can go to Oculus.
You can go to ATC.
But what's the most affordable one that still gives you a great VR experience?
It's gonna be the Sony Playstation VR.
Most of us already have the Sony Playstation.
But this will enable you to really try new game and experience what they never had in your home.
It only costs anywhere starting price from $399 to $499.
That's really nothing much to get a VR experience when a stand alone setup from Oculus or HTC pops around $2,000 and higher.
So if you're in to gaming and you wanna experience some really cool stuff.
The Sony PS VR is the one to get.
And finally my favorite gift out of all these, quite honestly, that I use almost every day.
These are the Bose Quiet Comfort 35.
Why do I love these so much?
I've been a big fan of Bose headphones from the start.
I travel a lot, I listen to a lot of music and watch movies but these are special because they have noise cancelling that hears the sound outside of you.
There is actually a microphone in these and then it sends or reverse signal that dead ends that sound.
So you really kind of locked into your own world.
They are super comfy, super soft Are really the best headphones.
They are 349 and I never thought any headphone was worth $349 until I tried this, and this is something again that I use all the time.
So there you go when you look at this collection of different things.
These are gonna serve different people, different needs in your house.
But we have it here the NES Classic System, the Amazon Echo Dot, the [UNKNOWN] the PlayStation VR Headset and yes, the Bose Quiet Comfort 35s.
This is my B-TEEZY'S FAB 5 GIFT GADGET GUIDE.