25 Cool Tech Gifts Everyone Wishes They Had In Their Home

Including your dog. Seriously.

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Whether you're shopping for technophobes or tech-elites, there's something here that'll make every friend or family member happy. From charging docks to virtual reality goggles (and even a nanny-cam for your dog that dispenses treats!), this is the ultimate guide to tech gifts this year.

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Amazon
High Definition Dash Cam

$39.99, Amazon

This dash cam is the ultimate road-trip toy. It has a 170-degree wide angle lens and motion detection to ensure every memorable moment is captured.

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Amazon Echo

$99.99, Amazon

This is a hands-free speaker you control with your voice. Meaning all you have to do is ask and the appliance will play music, make calls, send and receive texts, tell you the weather, and more.

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Satechi
Satechi Aluminum Desktop Charging Stand for iPhone

$24.99, Amazon

FaceTime, follow online recipes, or multitask in style with a sleek charging station. Bonus: The four different finishes match each iPhone color.

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FULLLIGHT TECH
Fulllight Tech 4.1 Bluetooth Beanie

$13.91, Amazon

If winter is coming, your music-loving friend needs this hat that will let him listen to his tunes while on the go and keep his head warm at the same time.

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Philips
Philips Wake-up Light

$49.99, Amazon

Gift the person in your life who struggles to wake up this alarm clock, which simulates a sunrise to help you feel more refreshed.

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Amazon Fire TV

$49.99, Amazon

Binge-watching TV—including everyone's faves Netflix, HBO Go, and Hulu—gets even easier when your voice controls the remote. "Alexa, play Real Housewives..."

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VR WEAR
Virtual Reality Goggles

$28.95, Amazon

Your loved one won't be able to stop talking about his virtual reality glasses, which lets him experience video games, educational programs, or virtual trips from a 360-degree perspective.

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Tile Key Finder

$44.90, Amazon

Anyone who loses their keys all the time needs these tiles, which will make a ringing sound or show you on a map via an app where your lost keychain is located.

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Furbo
Furbo Dog Camera

$199, Amazon

Not only does this camera offer a livestream video you can use to watch your pet morning, afternoon, or night, but it also lets you toss treats to your furry friend remotely.

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Merkury Innovations
Merkury Innovations POWERLOOP Lightning to USB Keychain

$26.60, Amazon

Clipped onto keys or a backpack, this charger eliminates that instant sense of panic that comes with a low-battery warning.

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Roku
Roku Streaming Stick

$49.38, Amazon

Accessing all of your streaming apps has never been easier than with the Roku Streaming Stick.

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Marshall
Marshall Stockwell Portable Bluetooth Speaker

$164.74, Amazon

Don't let the old-school look fool you. This travel-sized amp packs Bluetooth connectivity, a phone charger, and an impressive amount of volume in a mere 12 inches.

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Lenovo
Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro

$858, Amazon

You'll never have to complain about watching your TV or movies on a small screen again—this tablet has a built-in projector.

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Fujifilm
Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 8 Instant Camera

$62.36, Amazon

Polaroid-style photos are a click away thanks to this instant camera, which also has automatic exposure measurement for perfect pictures every time.

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Fire 7 Tablet with Alexa

$49.99, Amazon

Amazon's tablet comes in a variety of colors and also boasts Alexa integration, meaning you can control it with voice commands. The longer battery life than past models is just a bonus.

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Google Chromecast Audio

$35, Best Buy

Turn any speaker system of your choice into a cast-able speaker with this small, convenient device (hello, non-stop Spotify!).

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HTC RE 16.0MP Waterproof Digital Camera

$54.95, Amazon

HTC's camera allows you to take panoramic shots and video without having to stare into a computer or tablet. Just send the photos to your phone, and you'll be able to edit and share your shots.

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Motorola Moto 360 Modern Timepiece Smart Watch

$249.89, Amazon

After connecting the watch to your phone, you can track your steps and overall activity, receive notifications such as texts and emails, reply to Facebook messages, call a car with Lyft, and more. Oh, and it still tells the time if you're curious.

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JBL
JBL Clip+ Splashproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker

$33.95, Amazon

A bluetooth speaker is nothing new, but this one is waterproof and can clip to your backpack or clothes. Plus, it comes in eight fun colors.

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Cord Tacos

$29.95, CB2

These leather pouches come in a set of 5 and are the most stylish way to keep your cords and headphones organized.

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Layla Leather and Iridescent Metal Headphones

$130.99, Amazon

Listen to your favorite tunes in style with these metallic headphones.

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Nvidia
Nivia Shield TV

$139 and up, Nvidia

Voice command, beyond high definition, and endless gaming possibilities—the shield gives "smart" a whole new meaning.

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Logitech
Logitech 910-004442 Wireless Mouse

$14.99, Amazon

This is not your average computer mouse, available in seven different graphic designs. It works with Mac, Windows, Chrome, and Linux up to 33 feet away.

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Jabra Sport Pace Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

$79.95, Amazon

Jabra's Sport Pace allows you to listen to your favorite songs at the gym—completely hands-free.

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Sony Projector Dual Alarm Clock

$59.99, Best Buy

Complete with sounds of nature and extended snooze, this alarm clock makes it seriously tough to ignore the time, considering it displays it onto the wall or ceiling

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