Everyone must be busy looking for gifts for their Valentines which can be quite a task as Valentine’s Day is right upon our head. So, here are some ideas if your Valentine partner is a geek or tech lover. Check out the gift guide below and let us know what you think of it.
Considering the sheer number of choices, this one is rather a very obvious one.
Even though you can pick between a Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ and an Apple iPhone 6s, it makes sense to gift something that has more value for the buck.
But, it comes down to personal preference ultimately. An expensive classy smartphone is quite a good option if you have no issue in spending a lot on your Valentine’s Day gift.
We all know that audio accessories are more or less as commonly used as smartphones owing to which they are another appealing option to gift your partner.
Since there is no shortage of options, therefore, there is no need to cling to merely one brand. Some trendy preferences are Skullcandy, Sennheiser, Bose and Beats by Dr. Dre if you’re feeling particularly adventurous.
3. Fitness Wearables/Smartwatches
If your partner is tech lover, then this is a very fascinating option.
Although there are not much options available, a Fitbit (multiple variants available) or a full blown smartwatch such as LG Watch Urbane, Moto 360 (2nd gen) or Apple Watch in case you belong to the iOS ecosystem are incredible gifts to give on Valentine’s Day.
There is a famous belief that a gamer has no age which makes this the next perfect gift for Valentine’s Day.
Clearly, the options are very limited in this case. You can only choose between the Sony PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft Xbox One in the current market environment.
1. Virtual Reality Headsets
These days virtual reality is one of the most popular technological revolutions in the industry. We are anticipating for the market to get all heated up in the following months as the Oculus VR is available to pre-order now. However, the options are less if you want to get one now. You can only choose between the Samsung Gear VR, the Lenovo ANT VR or the array of Google Cardboard based headsets.
The Gear VR is an exclusive with Samsung handsets, however, the Google Cardboard headsets come in all shapes and sizes, making it compatible with a wide range of smartphones out there. Lenovo’s ANT VR is compatible with a couple of its devices and is rated highly by the users.