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Best technology gifts for Christmas

Article By Ministry of Bikes

Posted on 05 Dec 2016

Some of the greatest technology gift ideas for Christmas

Now that we’re into December already, it might be the time to start thinking about purchasing those Christmas gifts for those you care about. Just like me, I’m sure most of the time you have absolutely no idea where to start.

Well, we’ve decided we’d help you out my giving you some ideas about the best gifts out there right now.

Laser Keyboard


Laser Keyboard


The laser keyboard is perfect for those who travel for work, or like to use their phone on the go. Of course, the power bank is connected through Bluetooth or a USB which then projects a full QWERTY keyboard onto the desk or area you are working from. It also has the ability to charge your device while your own the go. Perfect! Find out more about the Laser Keyboard


Kelvin 36 Urban Ultra-Tool


Kelvin 36 Urban Ultra-Tool


This handy little portable tool is great for those always fixing things around the house and comes with an integrated torch, spirit level, multiple screwdrivers, and hammer. In addition, it also comes with an incorporated bottle opener and corkscrew. That’ll definitely come in handy over the Christmas period. Find out more about the Kelvin Tool


Olympus E-PL8 Camera


Olympus E-PL8 Camera


If you know someone big on gadgets, or even if it’s just for yourself, the Olympus E-PL8 is one of the most stylish cameras out there right now, as it carries classic styling with a modern twist and of course all the modern features. If you’re into selfies (you might be) the camera features an automatic selfie mode, reversible touchscreen and has built in Wi-Fi for easy transfer to your mobile phone. Check it out: Olympus Camera


Hisence M700 4K TV


Hisence M700 4K TV

This amazing 55-inch HDR Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV is available for just £749 and provides you with everything you need for the perfect viewing experience. The fact that the tv is in Ultra HD 4K means there’s four times the number of pixels in the screen compared to a standard television, as well as having the ability to stream from Netflix, YouTube and BBC iPlayer. Hisence 4K TV