We're starting to get deep into our Holiday Gift Guides for 2013/2014. We've already shared 10 great gifts under $25, $50 and now we have 10 more that are under $100. This list has a few of my personal favorites, and one's I've reviewed here at Android Headlines, so it's full of great things. We've got some small Android-powered gaming consoles, some headphones, Bluetooth speakers, and much more!
10. Supertooth Crystal Hands-Free Wireless Bluetooth Visor Car Kit Speakerphone
We are actually giving one of these away right now. The giveaway is ending on Thanksgiving, so you'll want to check that out. It's a pretty cool device. You can just clip it to your visor in your car and use it as your phone. Without having to hold up your phone to your ear to talk. It uses Bluetooth 3.0, and the battery should last for around 10 hours of continuous use.
9. Amazon Gift Card
Yes I know this is kind of cheating. But sometimes you just don't know what exactly to get someone on your list. You don't want to get them something they won't like, that's where gift cards come in. Amazon has gift cards available all the way up to $2,000.
8. LimeFuel External 15600mAh Battery Pack
How about an external battery that is 15,600mAh in size? That's probably bigger than the battery in your laptop. This one should keep you going for days, especially in a power outage. It's $50 right now and definitely worth it. It can charge just about any mobile device, as well as the HP Chromebook 11.
USB External Battery Pack 15600mAh (Black Limeade Blast L156X) Charger with built-in Flashlight for iPhone 5, 4S, 4, iPad Mini, iPods; Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, S2, Note 2; HTC One, EVO, Thunderbolt, Incredible, Droid DNA; Motorola Moto X, ATRIX, Droid; Google Nexus 4 ; LG Optimus
You've probably heard a ton about the OUYA. It's basically a game console that's running on Android. It's available for $99 right now, or you can double the storage and get the white version for $129. Right now our Game Editor has one and is working on a full in-depth review, so you'll want to be on the lookout for that soon.
6. Bose IE2 Audio Headphones
These are my favorite earbuds of all time. I actually bought mine about 2 years ago, well closer to 3, and they still work great. I used to use them when we do our podcasts, but I've switched to Griffin's Woodtones headphones. I still use these for when I"m travelling or listening to Google Music. The sound they provide is excellent, and they fit great in the ear and almost never fall out. They do include a microphone, and controls,which is a bit more, but you can also get them without the controls.
5. SuperTooth Disco 2 Portable Stereo Bluetooth Speaker
SuperTooth is a good friend of Android Headlines. We've reviewed numerous speakers from them, and have even given away a couple of them. This Disco 2 is the successor to the one I reviewed earlier this year and loved. It's using Bluetooth 4.0, and the battery can last about 10 hours of continuous use. While standby sits at 1500 hours.
4. Griffin Woodtones Over-The-Ear Headphones
These are actually the headphones I use on every podcast, even the Level Up gaming podcasts we've been doing lately. I really enjoy these headphones since the sound is great and they are really comfortable as well. they are made with real wood, which makes them look pretty great. And they are well under $100.
3. Gamestick Console with Stick and Controller
This is a good gift for those Android gamers out there. It's a game console that's running on Android and has about 8GB of internal storage onboard, but does have a microSD card slot. It's also one of the cheaper consoles out there. Which is a great thing.
2. Roku 3 Streaming Media Player
Want all the advantages of Google TV without buying a new TV? Well that's what Roku is. It's basically turning your TV into a smart TV. It does run Android, sort of, and has over 1000 channels available to watch, along with apps from Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and Hulu Plus.
1. Powerocks Black Magic Cube 9,000 mAh extended Battery
Here we go, how about a 9,000 mAh extended battery from Powerocks? The reason why this one is #1 is because it's such a small battery pack, with a ton of battery packed inside. I actually have one, the silver one, and it's great. I use it to charge my phone when I'm in class during the week and it works great. It's available in several colors as well.