Diwali is, without a doubt, the most-awaited festival of the year. This festive season not only brings a reason to rejoice but also gives people a chance to gift one another and shop for new things.
Cool technology gifts – for yourself or your loved ones, mobile phones or laptops or the smallest add-ons can make for the coolest gifts. In case you’re looking for ideas on what to buy this festive season for yourself or friends and family, here are the best six gadgets you should gift this diwali.
ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA
ASUS ZenBook Flip UX360CA, the first ZenBook model to feature a 360° hinge with a flippable display in India. The 13.3-inch UX360CA marks the debut of the convertible form factor in the highly acclaimed ZenBook Series, which is a family of premium multiple-award-winning ultraportable laptops noted for its elegant and stylish design values. The 13.3-inch up to QHD+ (3200×1800) display features an ultra-reliable360° steps hinge, allowing UX360CA to be used as a traditional touchscreen laptop, as a convenient lightweight tablet, or any option in between.
Price: Rs. 46990
Skullcandy Grind Wireless Headphones
Skullcandy®, the performance and lifestyle audio brand founded at the intersection of innovation and creative culture continues to expand the brands signature designs to the wireless category. The original grind has received many accolades and editor’s choice nods for its premium audio experience delivered through minimalist industrial design.
Designed to fulfil itel’s brand promise of providing users with superior camera performance and quality, it1520 comes equipped with wide-angle 13 MP front and back cameras. The latest model runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. With features, such asIRIS scanner, 4G-VoLTE connectivity and a Reliance Jio connection, the latest launch from it is the perfect smartphone companion for the selfie-loving, mobile-first Indian consumer!
Price: Rs. 8490
Daiwa 32” SMART TV
The range touted to be a technology marvel, is built on Android platform. It is appealing to the eyes with its thin bezel and brush finish, svelte and slender frame, screen mirroring (M cast). It also brings an almost real aural experience with its 10 Watt speakers. Additionally, it comes loaded with 1 GB DDR3 RAM, MHL, 178° wide viewing angle and unique features like the ability to kill apps running in the background and quick screen grab features. It also has a mini remote called the 2.4 GHz web cruiser. Enabling easy and maximum data transfer, TVs in this range come with 3 HDMI and 3 USB and it also comes with 4 GB inbuilt memory.
Price: Rs. 15,990
It is a small wireless tag that you can attach to your valuables like keys, wallet or anything you like upto 8 tags and track them with your smartphone. It even alerts you before you lose your phone or things as it will beep loudly if you are about to leave behind your phone, whilst the phone will similarly alert you if you are leaving behind the item tagged with Yoky. It also works as a fitness tracker which accurately measures your steps and estimated distance and calories.
Yoky Tag can also be customised with your own photos or designs using a simple tool on www.yoky.io/#store. The store also offers more than 100 designs for people to choose from and express their own style on their things.
Price – Rs. 999
Battery Life – 12 months
Mitashi 4K Ultra HD LED TV’s
Mitashi launched its newest 4k Ultra HD Smart LED televisions in 55 inches and 65 inches. With all features it comes packed with, it is sure to take the market by storm this festive season! With the widest network, product range and value proposition the brand has grown from strength to strength firmly maintaining its strong leadership position in the Indian market.
Price: Mitashi 55” LED TV Rs. 67,990/-
Smita Diwan a Television Journalist and Communication Specialist with an experience of 10 years in media and leading satellite channels started whatshelikes.in as a digital hub for women in India. Smita specialises in Lifestyle, Home Decor, Health, Food and Product reviews. When she is not working,she is researching or practising yoga! @SmitaDiwan