Holiday shoppers will spend a whopping $33.6 billion on tech this year, including tablets, smartphones, and notebooks, according to the Consumer Electronics Association. With numbers like that, it’s certain that too many gift givers are going to buy the wrong laptop, pay too much for a tablet, or snag a subpar smartphone.
At TechnologyGuide, we simply can’t have that. We know that there are way too many tech choices for holiday shopping, and Black Friday sales are littered with junk retailers are trying to get rid of, which is why we’re ready to dole out the best holiday shopping buying advice.
We’ve spent the last 365 days testing out the same notebooks, smartphones, tablets, and wearables you’ll be considering this holiday season. Sure, any big box employee can point out the best (or most expensive) option, but what about the best device for your needs? The difference can literally be hundreds of dollars.
So check out the 2014 TechnologyGuide Holiday Guide and Black Friday coverage. Let us help you make the best possible holiday buying decision.
With the holiday shopping season fast approaching, we suspect that cases of all fits and finishes will make their way into many iPhone owners’ hands. Unfortunately, these protectors are a dime a dozen these days, and not all of them are created equal. This can make finding the best shield for your particular iPhone’s needs a real pain in the Lightning port. But the key word there is “can.”
If you are planning to buy a new laptop for the holidays but the old one still has life left in it, there are a number of options for selling it online. Follow these helpful tips and you might be surprised at how much your old notebook is worth.
There are surprisingly good tablets available for under $250, and some, much less. TabletPCReview recommends the ones that make the best presents.
As the holidays draw closer and the shopping season gets under way, the team at NotebookReview is here to help you find the perfect laptop for your Christmas wish list.
Good tablets aren’t cheap, and so people want to buy one that’ll last for a long while. TPCR has some tips on how to pick out a future-proof device. The goal is to find something that can run the latest software and offer decent performance for at least three years.
Apps are the gift you give yourself, and that’s true whether you’re getting a new smartphone this holiday season, or riding out an aging clunker through 2014.
Wearable technology was all the rage this year, at least in terms of chatter. Many manufacturers produced, or at least announced, smartwatches, and now with the holidays upon us everyone wants to know if they should buy one as a gift or add it to their own wish list.
Black Friday is right around the corner, and with it comes some of the best technology deals of the season. So get a jumpstart on things with TabletPCReview‘s Black Friday deals guide and start mapping out your shopping plans now.
NBR put together a list of great bargains and buying advice so you can decide whether you want to stand in line before midnight at your local brick and mortar store on Black Friday or just grab a good deal online right now.
Best Black Friday Smartphone Deals 2014
Lots and lots of smartphones will see fairly significant savings over the next few days, but only a handful of handsets are really worth your consideration. So in the interest of your wallet and your sanity, Brighthand compiled some the weekend’s best deals for the year’s most interesting smartphones. Enjoy.
Plenty of tablets will be available this holiday shopping season for low prices. Just be aware, though, that not everything advertised as a special deal is really a bargain.
Cyber Monday is here, and with it comes some of the best technology deals of the season. Get started shopping with TabletPCReview‘s deals guide, and don’t pay too much for a new device.