Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and it can sometimes be difficult to find the perfect gift for your significant other. We have rounded up some great tech gifts to give her for Valentine's Day this year. These are all tech gifts, so they aren't the very best, but things that she will still appreciate.
These gifts are all currently available and in stock. Now products that have been announced and not yet available.
Fitbit's Versa can really check a few different boxes. This is a fitness tracker that doubles as a smartwatch, and also looks pretty nice. It does come in black and silver colors, but there is also a rose gold casing that looks really cool.
With the Fitbit Versa, you can track your workouts - including your swimming. Which makes it a really great gift. It will track your sleep so you can see how well you are or aren't sleeping, and also the calories you're burning. The Fitbit Versa also offers up some pretty decent battery life, around four days on a single charge. Which is better than most smartwatches out there.
You can pick up the Fitbit Versa from Amazon starting at $169 (the rose gold colors are a bit more expensive), using the link below.
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer
This is one of those gifts that's for someone that wants something cool and price may not be a factor. This hair dryer from Dyson is $399, so not exactly cheap. But it is a futuristic hair dryer that is also pretty powerful.
Dyson does a good job at keeping the air temperature low, while it is also drying your hair pretty quickly. The reason for this is because it keeps an eye on the air temperature so that your hair does not get damaged from the higher heat.
It also comes in a pretty cool looking gray and purple color.
You can pick up the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer from Amazon for $399, using the link below.
Xiaomi Mi Box S
For those Netflix and Chill moments.
The Xiaomi Mi Box S is the cheapest Android TV set-top box on the market right now. It offers all of the usual suspects, in regards to apps. That includes Google Play Movies & TV, Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, HBO GO, Sling TV and much more. Allowing you to watch whatever you want on your TV, whenever you want.
This set-top box also supports 4K and HDR content, allowing you to get a really nice picture from this set-top box. There is also Dolby DTS support available.
You can pick up the Xiaomi Mi Box S for $59.99 from Walmart using the link below. Walmart is also offering a $10 VUDU credit with the Mi Box S, so you can get some free movie rentals included too.
Lenovo Smart Display
The Lenovo Smart Display is another great gift, as it is something she could use in the kitchen while cooking, or even use to catch up on the news while drinking coffee in the morning.
This smart display from Lenovo comes in two sizes: 8-inch and 10-inch. It offers the Google Assistant in a visual form, allowing you to get an enhanced Google Assistant experience. It means that you can get video when you ask Google what's in the news. It also allows you to do video calling with Duo through the camera that is included.
With this smart display, you'll also be able to control your smart home, which includes using your voice or just doing it by pressing buttons on the display. Lenovo also lets you use this as an expensive photo frame.
The Lenovo Smart Display starts at $149, and is available from Walmart using the link below.
iRobot Roomba 675
Anyone would love to get a robot vacuum, and the Roomba 675 is not an expensive model to pick up.
The Roomba 675 is a robot vacuum that uses iRobot's impressive three-stage cleaning process. This allows the Roomba to pick up everything that might be on the carpet or the hardwood/tile floors in your home. So that there is nothing left behind. That makes this a really great option for those that don't want to vacuum at all.
iRobot uses lasers in its vacuum to map out your home. The reason for this is so that it can make sure it cleans your entire home and not miss any spots. That is definitely important, seeing as a lot of the cheaper robot vacuums out there will miss some spots, since they go in random directions.
This does work with both Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant, allowing you to use your voice with this robot vacuum. You'll be able to say something like "OK Google, tell Roomba to start cleaning" and the Roomba 675 will begin cleaning your home.
The iRobot Roomba 675 won't break the bank, seeing as it just $269. With others going up over $500 and even closing in on $1,000, this is not a bad price for a robot vacuum. And you can pick it up from Amazon using the link below.
POWERADD 2nd Gen Pilot 2GS 10000mAh Portable Charger
Like the Roomba above, everyone could use a new battery pack. This one from POWERADD is a 10,000mAh capacity battery pack that also comes in a pink-ish color. Making it great for Valentine's Day.
With 10,000mAh capacity, it's enough to charge your phone almost three times. That will depend on the battery capacity on your phone of course. It comes with two USB-A ports, allowing you to charge two devices at the same time. POWERADD has also included four LED lights, allowing you to see how much juice is left, rather easily.
The POWERADD 2nd Gen Pilot 2GS is available at Amazon for just $17.99, and you can pick it up through the link below.
Roku Streaming Stick+
If you aren't a fan of Android TV, then the Roku Streaming Stick+ is another good option.
The Roku Streaming Stick+does offer 4K and HDR support, with HDR10 and HLG being supported too. It is a pretty small stick that you can plug into the back of your TV and instantly make it a smart TV.
Roku is one of the more robust smart TV platforms right now, and it offers up a ton of great apps and games. This includes YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW and so much more. There are over half a million movies and TV shows available on the Roku platform, so you'll always find something to watch.
You can pick up the Roku Streaming Stick+ for just $49.99, making it cheaper than the Xiaomi Mi Box S. It is available from Amazon using the link below.
Amazon Echo (2nd Generation)
A smart speaker can never be a bad gift, and with the Echo being discounted back to its Black Friday price right now, it makes for a great gift for Valentine's Day.
The Amazon Echo is a smart speaker with Amazon's Alexa voice assistant built-in. This is the newer Echo, which offers much better audio quality. Thanks to Dolby working with Amazon to tune the audio quality here. It also offers up some rather impressive looking designs, since it is wrapped in fabric or wood now.
With Alexa built-in, the Echo is able to do all sorts of things for you, including controlling your smart home products. It is able to turn your lights on and off. It can also answer your questions and through the many, many skills available, Alexa is able to do just about anything. This includes ordering pizza through the Domino's skill, or getting an Uber for you through its own skill as well.
The Amazon Echo (2nd Generation) is back down to $69.99, which makes it one of the more inexpensive gifts on this list. It is normally $99.99. You can pick up the Amazon Echo from Amazon using the link below.
This is just a few of the many gifts that you could pick up for your significant other for Valentine's Day this year. These gifts come in all sorts of price ranges, so no matter what budget you have for Valentine's Day this year, there is something on this list that will get you taken care of.
All of the gifts on this list are tech-oriented, and are gifts that virtually anyone would love to get for Valentine's Day or any other day. But many are going to be more impartial to the robot vacuum. As it does take away one of the chores that everyone needs to do, but hates to do. And given that the Roomba 675 is under $300, it's a really good gift to get for Valentine's Day.
Remember, Valentine's Day is about a week away (at the time of publishing), so you're going to want to get your gifts situated before February 14, which is coming pretty quickly.
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