With Christmas just around the corner we start racking our brains for what to get our loved ones. As we love all things tech at Infotech we thought we'd put together a Christmas list for all those tech fans out there.
So here are the best tech gifts you can buy this Christmas
We've all been on the hunt for germs this year. So Larq has made a germ-killing, odour-smashing special UV-C light within the bottle cap.
You can activate the UV-C purification light whenever you want by pressing the button on the top of the bottle. Larq will also come to life every two hours for a 10-second cleaning cycle.
The Larq bottle comes with two modes. Normal mode purifies up to 99.99 per cent of pathogens in 60 seconds, and adventure mode purifies up to 99.9999 per cent of water in three minutes. Trust me that extra .0099 per cent makes a difference!
So you want to take advantage of wireless charging, but why not add some organisation as well. This case has a hidden cubby with dividers to keep all sorts of cords, devices, and writing utensils neat, topped by a lid that'll charge a Qi-enabled device and hold more.
Billed as a “portable desk organizer,” it’s a small case sized to hold the everyday essentials that you can carry by hand. The case is stylish enough to look right at home when sitting somewhere on your desk at work.
The new top-end Apple Watch Series 6 is slightly faster, brighter and cheaper with a new sensor. If your an Apple fan then this is the king of smartwatches.
The Series 6 comes in two sizes, 40 or 44mm, and a variety of case materials and colours. Apple Watch Series 6 starts at £379 and it requires an iPhone and cannot be used with Android.
The Series 6 follows the excellent Series 5 from 2019, which introduced an always-on display cementing the Apple Watch at the top of a pile.
Sanitising has become the thing to do in 2020 and Oblio have now made it cool. This stylish bucket charges Qi-enabled smartphone and at the same time, it bathes your phone in UV light to kill off germs.
This is a great way to keep your phone clear of germs while charging it at the same time. It fits naturally on your desk but make sure you don't end up dunking your phone in your cup!
How many times have you made a coffee or tea and then got caught up with work and forgot all about it? You can choose to get used to drinking cold coffee or you can use this smart cup.
This smart mug will keep your drink hot for up to an hour-and-a-half per charge. The intuitive Ember app allows a coffee drinker to tinker with the degrees to best suit their preference, and alter settings for espresso, tea, and more.
Can't get hold of the new Playstation 5? Why not go retro and enjoy a slice of nostalgia with the PlayStation Classic. After all, what would beat allowing a gaming nut to relive the glory days of the original PlayStation console?
This reissue is a mini version that comes with 20 games (including Final Fantasy VII and Resident Evil) loaded onto it. A blast from the past, if you will. This is worth the money just to see what the original Grand Theft Auto looked like!
Wireless earbuds have blown up in recent years thanks to the popularity of the AirPods. Although Apple was the original Samsung might have snatched the crown with the Galaxy Buds Live.
Galaxy Buds Live wireless earphones are made to look as good as they sound. These Bluetooth earphones are ergonomically designed for a comfortable, snug fit, so you can wear them all day with less fatigue. Plus they have active noise cancellation so you can block out any nearby noises.
With pubs being shut for must of the year we've had to improvise the traditional pint. The battery-powered Fizzics Waytap is the perfect solution if you're missing the pub scene.
This simple to use gadget transforms the look, texture and taste of bottled and canned beer into a gloriously smooth drop of draft. Achieving boozy perfection is simple: insert a bottle or can and pull the lever.
Hopefully, this as given you some idea of what to get the tech fans in your life.