The Fire TV Stick 4K Max is on sale at a low price

Amazon FireTV Stick 4K Max: The New Bang for $19.99 / $109.98 / $100 off the Amazon Price Listed, Available at Amazon Right Now

The new flagship 4K streaming stick from Amazon is a lot like the last-gen model, but it packs better specs with Wi-Fi 6E support and 16GB of storage instead of 8GB while maintaining HDR support that includes HDR10 and HDR10 Plus. The new model of streamer is just as good as the last one, and especially good if you want voice commands, and it’s more of the same formula. So if you want pretty much all the specs you can ask for in a stick-style streaming device that hides away behind your TV and comes with a good remote, the new Fire TV Stick 4K Max is a bargain right now.

It’s feeling like devices are starting to get a little more fun and playful now that see-through tech is coming back in vogue. Sharge’s transparent power banks are a great example of making a humdrum accessory more interesting-looking, and they’re now on sale for a new low price. You can get the Shargeek Storm 2 portable power bank for $159.99 ($69 off) or the more compact Shargeek Storm 2 Slim for $109.98 ($60 off) — both at Amazon when you click their respective on-page coupons.

The Storm 2 is a beefy power bank that holds up to 25,600mAh / 93.5Wh of juice, has two USB-C ports and one USB-A port, and can output 100W of power to charge even larger laptops. The smaller Storm 2 Slim is no slouch, however, as it packs 20,000mAh / 72Wh of power with just one less output port. Both have handy color LCDs to show you battery and output levels, and frankly, both look smashing. There is a small part of me that looks at the Storm2 and feels compelled to pick it up and put it to my ear like a famous phone.

The 93.5Wh pack has a DC jack for input andoutput, 100 watt USB-C output, and secondary ports that can be used with the primary ports. There’s an integrated screen that can show simultaneous input and output. The batteries are not blue as depicted in the image.

This slimmer 72Wh model ditches the DC barrel jack and second USB-C port but adds larger cells and a higher total output of 130W. You still only get 100W USB-C output, though, and it charges slower at 65W. I prefer the larger one.

Double as Markers: A Gift for Tech-Sensitive Kids and the Heart of a Family: Lisa Brennan-Jacs Shares Her Personal Story

Legos are great, but double as markers is even better. Each of the 10 markers in this apt-titled set features a colorful, stud-laden plate, so you can snap them onto other markers, accessorize them with your favorite minifig, or even use them with an entirely different Lego set. You can use them to write or draw, because they have fine-tipped markers. Price: $27.99+

Bialetti makes one of a kind espresso-like coffee with their Moka Express pot, which is Italy’s birthplace of espresso. The stove-top espresso maker has been used to serve delicious coffee for nearly a century at this point, yet it can still rival many modern machines, rendering it a great gift for both traditional types and the less tech-savvy. The price is $31.96

You could gift a bouquet of flowers for less than $50, but that’s a lot of money for something that will likely die in less than a week. Venus et Fleur’s vibrant roses are the better investment, one that arrives in a charming hat box-inspired round box and can fill your giftee’s home with beauty for up to a year. Price is $44.

In Small Fry, Lisa Brennan- Jobs shows us a rare glimpse into the man behind Apple. She also shared her own story of a father and daughter who were torn between love and hate. Price: $11.69

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The Eve Energy Smart Plug: Kicking the Cold Weather Blues with a Thread-enabled Eve Smart Plug at $19.49$

You can help your giftee kick the cold weather blues with this lamp, if they’re prone to seasonal affective disorder. The HappyLight creates bright, adjustable light that can make any work or living space feel more full of life on gray and dreary days, helping boost your energy levels. There is a price of $46

Smart devices allow you to easily perform all sorts of tasks, but it’s hard to decide which is the perfect one to gift. The Thread-enabled Eve Energy Smart Plug puts the choice in your giftee’s hands, allowing them to decide whether they want to add smarts to their coffee maker or Christmas tree lights. They’ll even be able to keep an eye on their energy consumption thanks to its terrific energy-tracking capabilities. A price of $39.95.

It is a good idea to get a charger that doubles as a kickstand. Belkin’s BoostCharge Pro with MagSafe can quickly supply MagSafe-compatible iPhones with up to 15W of power. Best of all, it can take advantage of iOS 17’s StandBy mode, letting you turn your phone into a desk-friendly calendar, clock, or photo frame. Price: $19.49+

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Quotable Coaster Set for the Holidays: Amazfit Band 7 Plus an Anti-Bottle for a Low Cost, High Energy Cardiovascular Tracker

Quotable’s “Classic” Coaster Set will help spread the holiday cheer while protecting your coffee table from unwanted water rings and discoloration. Each of the four-inch cork-backed coasters features inspiring words of wisdom from icons like Maya Angelou and Ralph Waldo Emerson, as well as everyone’s other favorite transcendentalist. Price: $11.95

It’s kind of mind-blowing that there are many premium features in the Amazfit Band 7 offers. You can get a quality fitness tracker that has features like stress tracking and abnormal heart rate notifications for less than $50. It is such a steal that it has 18 days of battery life. Price: $34.99+

Everybody knows that drinking water has innumerable health benefits, but lugging around a water bottle when you’re on the go isn’t always convenient. Vapur’s Wide Mouth Anti-Bottle gives you a choice of how you want to use it – clip it to your backpack or fold it up and leave in your bag when not in use. The price is $9.99.

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Tech Gifts Under $50: The Matter Smart Bulb for Giving a Bright, Bright, and Bright-Horizon Bright Star (and More)

It is possible to make a holiday party bright with the Matter Smart Bulb. The 1,100-lumen bulbs are compatible with both Thread and Matter and can be controlled with either voice or virtual assistants. Price: $14.95+

Cleaning is a chore everybody likes putting off. An easy-to-use, no-fuss vacuum like Bissell’s FeatherWeight option will make it easier to get it out of the way, however, namely because it quickly converts into a handheld vacuum you can carry up and down the stairs. It offers decent suction, too, just in case its reliable two-in-one form factor wasn’t enough. Price: $28.88+

Amazon has a smart speaker with a semicircular shape and vibrant colors that can make any room pop. The tiny speaker is almost the same as other echo devices so you can use it to play music, control smart home gadgets, and do other things. It works just like Amazon’s newest echo dot. There is a price of $39.99.

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The Magnetic Poetry Kit: An Energy-Efficient Microphone for Kids and Teens, Including an In-Depth Wireless Adapter

Just use your imagination to enjoy the Magnetic Poetry Kit, it is not necessary to be a logophile. The Original Edition has 300 magnetic word tiles and can be used to conjure up poems, stories or even song lyrics, making it an entertaining gift for the entire family. It was $21.95)

Fans of The Super Mario Bros. Movie will love the Power Up version. The movie comes with a 4K Ultra HD disc and a digital copy, along with bonus content like interviews with the cast, a “Peaches” song video, and leadership lessons from Anya Taylor-Joy. Price is $22.49

The 8BitDo Ultimate Controller is a budget-friendly premium controller with its own charging dock, customizable controls, and a pair of back paddles. The remappable gamepad also comes with a 2.4 GHz wireless adapter, so you can pair it wirelessly with a wide range of platforms, including Windows, Android, and iOS.Price: $39.98+

Splurging on Apple’s latest AirPods Pro may not be worth it if your giftee just needs a set of earbuds to listen to music every now and then. Thankfully, the JLab Go Air can do the job at a good price point. They are not fancy with features, such as active noise cancellation and wireless charging, but they do have IPX4 water resistance and five hours of battery life. Price: $16.99+

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Tech Gifts Under 50 Best-Ideal Deals 2023 Budget: Succulents as the New Baby in the Nursery and at the Millenium

Succulents can spruce up any home or office with minimal effort, making them a good gift for both existing plant lovers and anyone who feels like they lack a green thumb. That’s because they’re (relatively) easy to care for and grow, so your giftee won’t need to babysit them as much as they would, say, an orchid or a fiddle-leaf fig. Price: $20

In the 90s, the Tamagotchi was all the rage. The OG model of the device isn’t all that different from the latest model, but it has some Lisa Frank-like designs. Price: $19.99

Ozeri’s ZK14-B Pronto is sure to be needed this holiday season when baking cranberry bread or gingerbread cookies. The digital, battery-powered kitchen scale is far more precise than your average measuring cup, which can go a long way in making sure all of your holiday treats turn out just right. There is a price of $9.98.

If you want to play board games without being stuck in a tech world, Evolution is a good choice. The card-based strategy game rewinds time, pitting players against one another and forcing them to adapt to an ever-changing ecosystem in which hungry predators loom and resources are always at a premium. Price: $44.95+

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Chipolo’s Card Spot: An Item Tracker and Spatial Sensing System for Gifting a Designer Perfume

Who is not curious about their future? Tarot cards can be a great gift if your giftee wants to use them for self-examination and personal growth. Illustrator Megan Lynn Kott’s adorable cat-themed tarot cards add a lighthearted touch to readings, thus making the process of trying to understand the future and ourselves all the more fun. The price is $17.90+.

If your giftee is prone to losing their keys or backpack, location trackers such as Apple’s AirTags can be useful, but are not ideal for keeping tabs on cash or credit cards. That’s where Chipolo’s Card Spot comes into play. The item tracker is small enough to fit into your wallet and works with Apple’s Find feature. The network allows for more precise tracking. You can buy it for $34.99.

Think you need to shell out a small fortune to gift a designer perfume? Think again. This set contains five sample-size versions of some of Sephora’s bestselling fragrances, including perfumes from Prada, Carolina Herrera, and Maison Margiela. Best of all, if your giftee really falls in love with a particular perfume, they can use the included Scent Certificate to get a bigger travel-size version. Price: $30

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