Below are some of the hottest tech gifts for 2014 so far. Give as a special trade show gift, business appreciation, or to a star employee – whomever you give it you they will love it!
#1 – Powerbanks – allow people to charge all sorts of tech while on-the-go, including iPhones & iPads!
The large high grade battery on the left will re-charge an iPhone almost x2 before it needs to be charged again (depending upon usage). It features a very useful LED light & so you know just how much battery life you have left. Includes a USB to Micro USB connecting cable to recharge the battery or be used to charge any devices with a Micro USB input (i.e. smartphones from Android, Motorola, HTC, Nokia, etc).
All items we offer are of the highest quality & have undergone numerous tests for quality assurance.
#2 – Bluetooth Speakers – play music wirelessly from your smartphone via bluetooth of nfc technology & enjoy good sounding music from a speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. Battery lasts for 6-10 hours. (Make it last longer with a powerbank!)
#3 - Powerbank Backpacks - Backpack specifically designed with a dedicated pocket for mobile powerbank, complete with internal cord management mobile devices can be charged without removing them from the bag. Get your logo on the BOTH the backpack & the powerbank for the biggest impact & exposure.
#4 - iPad Folio - the iPad folio cover folds open for upright landscape viewing & multiple working positions. On the back there is a handy stylus loop and an anti-slip material to keep your iPad from slipping off a flat surface. Perhaps the best feature is the polycarbonate shell protecting your iPad from dings, dents, and scratches.
Things to watch out for: Super Low, "Too Good To Be True" Pricing The old saying "You get what you pay for" is definitely true when it comes to tech. Bargain basement prices can lead DESTRUCTION or DAMAGE to smartphones, iPhones, iPads, any device plugged into it and potentially computers. The cheap stuff has not undergone rigorous testing and there are too many stories of them destroying devices when plugged in and even fires.