Featured: Top 10 Best Tech under $100 - Feb. 2016

There is always some new gadgets coming out, especially with CES having already taken place last month in Las Vegas. Now that many of these gadgets are becoming available, let's take a look at the top 10 tech that are priced under $100.

Amazon Fire TV Stick

Not necessarily new, but still worth listing here. The Amazon Fire TV Stick is the perfect HDMI streaming stick to pick up. With the Amazon Fire TV Stick you get all the shows from Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, and even Amazon's Instant Video library. Not to mention you are able to play games on the Amazon Fire TV Stick without any issues. Definitely something that is an advantage over some other HDMI sticks and even set-top boxes.

Logitech MX Master

The Logitech MX Master is one of the best options for a mouse out there. It's the successor to the Logitech MX which is one that I currently use myself and absolutely love it. The MX Master has better battery life, and also has pin-point accuracy, something that's important for everyone, especially those that are editing pictures, doing graphic design or even editing movies and video.

Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard

This keyboard from Microsoft is pretty special. It works with everything. When the company says "universal" they literally mean it. This Bluetooth keyboard works with Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows 10, Mac OS X, Chrome OS and just about any other OS. It is also pretty small and can fold up to fit in your pocket, making it perhaps the most portable Bluetooth keyboard on the market.

Belkin WeMo Switch

If you're looking to get your smart or connected home started, WeMo is a great platform to get started on. Not only does it support lights, but it supports just about anything, even a crock-pot. The Belkin WeMo Switch is a WiFi connected wall outlet that can be controlled from your smartphone. You can use it to set timers, turn the appliance on or off and much more.

Misfit Wearables Flash

Who's not looking to get in shape, or at least a bit more active? But who says you need to spend over $100 to do so? We have here the Misfit Wearables Flash, which is a fitness tracker that can track your sleep, your activity and so much more. And the best part is that it is under $25 actually. While it doesn't have a display to show you the time, steps taken and such, it does have a set of LED lights that show you how close to your goal you currently are.

Amazon Fire Tablet

The Fire Tablet is the only tablet that is available for $49 brand new. It's Amazon's latest tablet, and it's dirt cheap. While it doesn't run proper Android on it, you still have access to your Kindle books, Amazon's Instant Video collection and so much more. For just $49, it's hard to pass up this tablet.

Automatic Car Adapter

This car adapter here is pretty sweet. I've actually been driving around with it in my car for almost a year now and love it. It plugs into your OBDII port in your car and can tell you what's wrong when your Check Engine light pops up, how many miles you can drive before needing gas, as well as showing where you went. Making it easy to write off miles on your taxes. If you'd like to find out more, be sure to read our detailed review on it.

Amazon Fire Kids Edition

Amazon has also made a kids edition of their Fire Tablets. And this is their 7-inch model, coming in at under $100. It's made for kids, so it has a pretty big bumper on the sides to protect the tablet from being dropped, it's also loaded up with all sorts of apps and games that kids would love.


The UE ROLL 360 is a pretty unique speaker. It's small and light-weight, but also water-proof and features a ton of battery life as well. It's water-proof as already mentioned, and can actually float in the pool with you, which is pretty cool. Not to mention the pretty fantastic music that comes out of the ROLL 360 as well.

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