These are the top five tech gifts under $50, what a wonderful present we live in, great tech is so inexpensive, lets get to it.
At number 5, the Tylt Energi 2K Battery, at first glance it looks just like a USB charger, but the Tylt actually contains a 22000 milliamp hour battery.
So, you can take this with you to charge your device Whether or not you're plugged into an outlet.
Plus the prongs fold away, so you're not lugging an odd shaped charger.
At number four, a Pokemon Go Plus.
Okay, so Pokemon Go is not as big as it was when it first arrived, however, the company behind the game is adding in more bells and whistles.
The Pokemon Go Plus lets you hunt for Pokemon without constantly having to check your phone.
Its retail price is about $35.00, but it's really hard to find.
Kind of like a rare Pokemon.
And number tree is the Amazon Fire Tablet.
This is a seven inch tablet that costs around $50.
Here's what's CNET editor Xiomara Blanco Have to say about the Fire tablet.
Bottom line, no other tablet delivers comparable value at such a low price.
At number 2 is the Roku Streaming Stick.
This is one of CNET's favorite media streamers.
For under $50, you get a full featured Roku with a remote.
You can get a Chromecast for less, but that set up is just not as elegant or as simple as just getting Roku.
And at number one is Amazon Echo Dot.
No we're not sponsored by Amazon.
Amazon just so happens to make really inexpensive gadgets.
The Amazon Echo Dot is a really cheap way to have a personal digital assistant in your home In the form of a tiny bluetooth speaker.
You can ask it all types of questions like what's the weather, or have it order you a pizza.
Plus it's a great smart home hub.
You want more ideas?
Check out CNet's Holiday Gift Guide.
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