Tech Gifts For Men

Sixty-five tech gifts to gadget lovers, no matter the occasion


These are the best tech gifts for birthdays and anniversaries. Everything from headphones to consoles, and everything in-between

Tech gifts make great gifts for gadget-lovers, no matter what time of year it is. They aren’t necessarily easy to purchase, but this doesn’t mean they are difficult to find. Gadget lovers are likely to already own everything they need. Either they are so picky about what tech they like that it can be difficult to know what they will like. We have compiled a list of tech gifts that will be a hit with tech lovers everywhere, regardless of the occasion.

You’re sure to find the perfect gift for the gadget-obsessed person in your life, whether it be the new Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, headphones, smartwatches and speakers, or even headphones.

Scroll down to see our selection of the top tech gifts for gadget lovers…Check out the   list below now!

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    This year’s been another stressful one so far, so why not treat someone (or yourself) to this powerful massage gun. The Theragun is described as a “percussive therapy device” that essentially means it thumps your muscles at high speeds to provide the same relaxing results as a soft-tissue massage. Aches and pains begone. £549.

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    There are plenty of things the Series 9 does well to earn its spot in a stocking. For starters, its five shaving elements manage to slice more hair in one stroke than any other shaver, while sonic vibrations aim to glide over your skin to reduce irritation. With a waterproof build for wet/shower shaves, coupled with 20 per cent more battery power, this is a stubble tamer that performs as good as it looks. £209.99. At

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    Resembling a Poké Ball in business attire, Amazon’s tabletop Echo has a rather futuristic feel to it, magnified by the built-in digital clock that appears to magically reside on its surface. Aesthetics aside, it’s got the same Alexa-laden powers you’d expect from an Echo device, coupled with punchy, bass-filled sound for music. £59.99. At


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    One of the best showcases for the new PlayStation 5, Spider-Man: Miles Morales makes full use of ray-tracing technology to add even greater depth to its depiction of New York City. It’s a soulful, exciting superhero adventure that doesn’t once outstay its welcome. £59.99. At

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    A standing desk might be at the more unusual end of the gift spectrum, but with more of us working from home, a decent setup can be the difference between a productive day and a back-breaking slog. This motorised standing desk from Flexispot has a sleeker look than most, thanks to its tapered legs. You can mix and match different frame and desk colours too, to make sure it fits in with any home office. £439.98.

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    SONY WF-1000XM4

    Widely regarded to be one of the best wireless earbuds ever made, Sony’s latest generation WF-1000XM4 blends incredible audio performance and scarily good noise-cancelling tech, all wrapped up in a smart, sleek package. With class-leading battery life and an intuitive, feature-packed app, in-ears simply don’t get better than these. £242.65. At

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    RUARK R1 MK4

    Ruark’s iconic R1 M4k radio is now available in a limited-edition “Beach Hut Blue” hue, complementing the already eye-catching, natural, hand-crafted slatted wood grille. Looks aside, it promises to deliver the same great sound, whether you’re listening to the radio or streaming via Bluetooth. Only 1,000 pieces in this colour will be made, making it a unique piece to add to someone’s collection. £229. and at

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    A perfect accessory for budding filmmakers and content creators, this hybrid gimbal can stabilise anything from action cams to smartphones, along with compact cameras too, letting you create beautiful, stable footage, with a whole host of effects to boot. An accompanying app, combined with clever on-board controls, let you have total control over your creations. From simple selfies to professional-looking footage, this is a great, compact bit of kit that offers a ton of versatility for creatives. £199. At

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    Budding chefs love nothing more than a fancy bit of kit to help them supercharge their culinary skills, and this precision oven from Anova will be a powerful tool in any kitchen. The first consumer-centric combi oven, it has incredibly precise temperature controls, which, combined with an included food probe, will ensure perfect, juicy and crispy results each and every time. An easy-fill water tank provides controllable moisture levels too – ideal for bread baking and countless other recipes. £549.99.

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    A vacuum cleaner might not be the first thought that comes to mind when you think of a gift, but the new V15 Detect makes dust-busting a genuinely satisfying experience. A built-in laser on the cleaner head projects an eerie green light that makes dust and other particles more visible, revealing a seemingly clean floor’s dirty secrets. Combined with a built-in screen that gives you real-time data on how many particles and dust you’re cleaning, plus a handy auto-mode that adjusts power accordingly, this is Dyson’s most exciting vacuum yet. £499.99. and at

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    These tiny active noise-cancelling earbuds won’t connect to your phone and play music. Instead, they’re built from the ground up to focus on blocking out noise at night to help you sleep more comfortably. Their incredibly tiny size means that they weigh next to nothing and won’t protrude from your ear, and we can personally confirm that, as side sleepers, we have no problems comfortably nodding off with these in our ears. Noisy neighbours and traffic sounds be damned. £189.

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    Inspired by Santorini’s beautiful sunsets, this table lamp is designed to re-create the warm, calming glow of the sun, basking your room in the light of a vibrant golden circle. Aim it at a wall of your choice for the desired effect and feel free to play around with the angles for different shapes and elongations. If you’re after something a little more sci-fi, then there’s a sunset purple version too for a trippier experience (not to mention interesting selfies). £65. At

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    Awarded the coveted Game Of The Year award at 2020’s Game Awards, The Last Of Us Part II is one of the best games on PS4. Remarkable storytelling, satisfying gameplay and one of the best audiovisual presentations you could hope to find on either PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5. £28.95. At

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    Automatic steam wand… Milk texture… Handsfree micro-foam… If those words sent shivers down your spine, then you’re the precise person Sage is aiming for with its compact coffee machine. In addition to the aforementioned steam wand, it also features a three-second heat up time from a cold start, promising barista-level quality with its 54mm portafilter. Terminology aside, it makes a damn fine cup of wake-up juice and that’s all that matters. £399. At and

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    NINTENDO RING FIT Tech Gifts For Men

    Nintendo Ring Fit aims to get you back into the swing of exercise with some truly fun mini-games, all of which get you active, in a variety of different ways. Working out has never been this accessible and enjoyable. £64.99. At Currys.


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    The first rule of working from home is to get yourself a decent office setup with a keyboard, mouse, monitor and chair arrangement that your back will thank you for making this the perfect gift this year. Made by PC gaming pros Razer, this mechanical keyboard fits that Venn diagram nicely. £99. At Currys PC World.

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    If you’re just going to gift them one game, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will keep them busy for dozens if not hundreds of hours. It’s bloody take on Viking overrun England has just a few hints of Game of Thrones grit about it, and there’s a metric ton of quests, side quests, collectibles and mysteries to uncover in the series’ best game. £46.42. At

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    At £450, the ANC-toting Portal is one of the most expensive gaming-specific headphones that money can buy. With a luxurious aluminium and lambskin leather build and high-quality wireless audio courtesy of Bang & Olufsen’s gaming engineers, it’s a luxury set of cans that add some much-needed class in a gaming accessory world that’s severely lacking it. It’s packed with connectivity options too, including Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth. £449.

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    Fender’s Mustang Micro is a portable amp that lets you jam away on your electric with headphones without the need for bulky kit. It features 12 different amp models and effect combos, with sounds taken from Fender’s full-size range. Talent is, sadly, not included. £104.99.



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    The transparent speaker manages to combine a clear glass-panel build with specially tuned speakers that promise to deliver accurate sound that’s as good as the unit looks. A guaranteed conversation starter, it’s the ideal choice for any minimalist’s home audio setup. £775.

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    Master & Dynamic’s luxury buds stand out from the crowds thanks to their high-end ceramic construction, which pairs rather elegantly with a stainless-steel charging case. Aluminium antennas and eleven millimetre beryllium drivers make for a solid connection and accurate sound, respectively, while active noise cancelling helps block out the outside world. £299.

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    MSI GS66 STEALTH Tech Gifts For Men

    Looking for the ultimate on-the-go gaming experiences without lugging around a back-breaking desktop PC? Enter the insanely specced MSI GS66. Its spec sheet is, quite frankly, ridiculous, with a 10th Gen Intel i9 processor, 32GB RAM and Nvidia’s latest and greatest blistering-fast Ampere-powered 3080 mobile GPU. If you’re after the very best portable gaming session money can buy, look no further. £4,298.99. At

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    Despite its regular looks, the Vado SL is in fact an electric bike, cleverly housing its 320Wh batteries within its slender frame. The stock model provides up to 80 miles of range, while an optional Range Extender can add a further 40 miles of pedalling assistance. Boosting you over 15mph and weighing just 15kg, it’s the ultimate tool for taming inner-city roads without breaking a sweat. £2,600. At

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    There are a lot of wireless earbuds out there, ranging all the way from Apple’s premium AirPods down to budget clones and everything in between. Sennheiser’s offering is definitely at the top end of the spectrum and they are in fact one of the best wireless earbuds around, period. That’s all thanks to their refined sound, comfortable fit and solid touch controls that can be customised to your liking. £180.32. At

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    OCULUS QUEST 2 Tech Gifts For Men

    The original Quest offered the best standalone VR experience around and the second version is in the running for best VR headset, period. With a sharper screen than far more expensive rivals such as the Valve Index or HTC Vive, it’s more powerful too, with proper head and room-scale tracking without the need for other unsightly sensors. If you can swallow the compulsory Facebook account, this is a virtual no-brainer. £299. At and

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    XIAOMI MI 10T PRO Tech Gifts For Men

    The better value smartphone competition is an increasingly interesting battleground, and a particularly exciting contender is the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro. An excellent phone for its price point, it boasts plenty of processing power for its buck and a camera that takes beautifully crisp pictures. At a price that beats out many of its Android brethren, it’s well worth your consideration if an upgrade is on the cards. £599.

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    Travelling the world might be littered with restrictions for now, but there’s no harm in being prepared. Ideal for jet-setting explorers and digital nomads alike, this handy pocketable device can translate between 74 different languages and comes with an embedded sim that offers free data in more than 130 countries for two years. Beyond mere speech, it can translate text snapped in photos too, helping one avoid any unfortunate menu mishaps. £249. At


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    Samsung’s ultra-deluxe folding smartphone suffers from none of the teething issues that plagued its predecessor. What you get here is both a phone and a tablet in one luxuriously made device. A 6.23-inch display on the front of the Fold 2 is there to handle quick-fire notifications and social scrolling, but the real magic comes when you open up this handset to reveal an enormous 7.6-inch display, one that’s perfect for kicking back and binge-watching whether you’re laid out on the couch or sneaking a couple of episodes in on your commute. Add in the kind of super-powered camera and internals you’d expect from a Galaxy S20 or Note and you have one hell of a smartphone.  £1,599.

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    Sony’s over-ear cans are, simply put, one of the best pair of headphones ever made. Improving on last year’s already class-leading model, the XM4s feature a tweaked design for extra comfort, even better sound and incredible, borderline magical noise-cancelling technology for drowning out the outside world. A new “Speak To Chat” feature that stops playback and amplifies ambient sounds when you talk is the icing on an already delicious cake. £299. At and John Lewis.

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    The Series 2 of the Xbox Elite Controller is the most premium, comfortable and customisable game controller on the market. It’s sturdy, features rechargeable batteries and USB-C for optimal accessibility, and can be tweaked and tuned to your liking. Removable thumb sticks, changeable D-pads and rear levers give you greater control than ever before. £159.99 At

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    MACBOOK AIR Tech Gifts For Men

    Apple’s MacBook Air has been refreshed twice over the course of the last year. The first time with a much improved keyboard for a far superior typing experience. The second time with Apple’s all new M1 chip for dramatically improved speeds and the day-long battery life your nine-to-five deserves.  £999.


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    Budding influencers, game streamers and Zoomers could all benefit from a webcam that doesn’t distort their features into a grainy, blurry mess. Enter the Logitech StreamCam, a full HD 60fps affair that comes bundled with software for automatic exposure, framing and stabilisation, along with AI face-tracking so you’re always in focus. You can also rotate it to shoot vertically too, making it ideal for the gram. £115. At and Argos.

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    Do they need an arcade stick for your Nintendo Switch and/or PC? Probably not. But would they like one? We thought as much. Housed in a robust, retro-fuelled case, this ultra-modable arcade stick has wired and wireless support, dedicated buttons for the Switch and the ability to create custom macros – a perfect choice for retro gamers and tinkerers. £79.74. At

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    Nothing beats unwrapping a brand-new console and the PlayStation 5, with its striking white curves and redesigned controller, definitely won’t disappoint. While it’s a little shy of the Xbox One Series X’s raw power, it’s still got more than enough grunt for 4K gaming and even 8K content in some cases. We’d personally opt for the disc-less digital edition, which is nearly £100 cheaper than its Blu-ray drive-toting counterpart, but just as powerful. At and Currys.

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    Know anyone that wants to be the next big Fall Of Fortnite Duty: 7even streamer? If so, then Sony’s miniature powerhouse is all they’ll need for quality results with minimal hassle. Key features include an instant background blur button for a bokeh depth of field effect, along with a flip-out screen for keeping yourself in frame, a digital mic with windshield attachment and an optimised grip for steady 4K recording. Don’t forget to smash like and subscribe! £699. At and Argos.

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    Two icons of British design join forces in this special-edition incarnation of what was already one of the finest one-box speakers money can buy. Utilising a copper-thread grille and African hardwood cabinet – plus Bentley’s signature lattice imprint around its volume dial – this is as much of a striking piece of home furniture as it is an expertly tuned boombox. £1,799.

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    XBOX SERIES X Tech Gifts For Men

    While Microsoft’s Xbox Series X might have one of the most awkward console names in history, it more than makes up for it by being the most powerful. We’re huge fans of its minimal, PC-like design and its GamePass subscription service unlocks access to more than 100 games, with more heavy hitters being constantly added to the list. £449.99. At Currys. At Game.

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    SONOS ONE Tech Gifts For Men

    • The Sonos One wireless speaker is still the best. It can be used in a home office, kitchen countertop, or at bedside. Ones can be used as surround sound add-ons for existing Sonos Beam and Arc soundbars. This speaker is an excellent-sounding, versatile entry point to Sonos’ multiroom audio system. PS179 At Tech Gifts For Men
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      Are you unable to get your hands on a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X? They will be entertained by the Nintendo Switch Lite. It’s a portable system and the most affordable in Nintendo’s Switch lineup. Its lack of TV support means it has a smaller form factor, a prettier design, and is more suitable for children. PS192. At Tech Gifts For Men





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      APPLE IPHONE 12 Tech Gifts For Men

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      A magnificent headset comes at a price. The LCD-GX is a true hardcore gamer’s dream, complete with reference-quality sound and supremely good build quality. The numbers are eye-watering, but put these over your ears and you won’t regret a thing. Perfect for gaming, and even incredible for music and movies. £849. At Tech Gifts For Men

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      Audeze’s top-tier gaming headset, the LCD-GX, will set you back almost a grand, but you can get the company’s audio quality in wireless form for less than half that. The Audeze Mobius is a premium, excellent-quality headset with a number of neat features, and sound quality that blows the relative competition out of the water. £349. At  Tech Gifts For Men

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      Extreme name aside, the SoundSlayer is actually a rather understated soundbar that’s small enough to comfortably slip under a monitor and/or TV without dominating the room. Despite its miniature size, it still packs a mighty punch, thanks to a 2.1 channel speaker system with built-in sub, not to mention Dolby Atmos and DTX:S support for ultra-immersive gaming and movies. With dedicated modes for RPGs, FPS games and amplifying voices, it’s an ideal choice for gamers who’ve long since left the blinding world of RGB lights behind. £249.99 At





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      The Ruark Audio R3 is a handsome walnut veneer-clad tabletop speaker that houses a high-fidelity amplifier with a 30-watt output, which, in English, means it delivers sublime sound that belies its compact size. It offers Wi-Fi streaming support for services such as Spotify, Tidal and Amazon Music, along with a SmartRadio Tuner and Bluetooth AptX support for extra flexibility. Oh, and it’s even got a CD player for dusting off the old classics, if they’re still lying around. £629. and at

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      LG OLED88ZX9LA Tech Gifts For Men

      OK. We’ll be honest. This is very much a gift for yourself but, hey, why not? We’re sure you deserve it. For the uninitiated LG’s Signature range of TVs and home appliances represent the zenith of what their maker is capable of and that’s certainly the case for this 88-inch, 8K OLED screen that’s mounted on a sleek floor-standing design. If you’re not on Premier League footballer money, then LG’s CX OLEDs start from £1,299 and are an outstanding alternative. £19,999. At Currys PC World.  Tech Gifts For Men

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      Gaming laptops have a much-deserved reputation for having all the class and aesthetic refinement of a Trump-branded casino, but this special-edition Asus G14 model bucks the trend with all the force of a minotaur. Designed in collaboration with independent fashion brand Acronym, it features a wild keyboard with two original typefaces (because why not?) and a dot matrix LED lid that you can programme yourself – it’s an utterly distinct creation that’s bold without being mindlessly brash. With an Nvdia RTX 2060 GPU and Ryzen 9 4900HS processor, it’ll make mincemeat out everything from Doom Eternal to Civ 6. £2,499. At Tech Gifts For Men

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      FUJIFILM X-T4 Tech Gifts For Men

      Want to help them make the step up from smartphone photography? Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras remain second to none in an especially competitive market and its latest X-T4 model illustrates exactly why this has been the case for a good while now. With improved battery life and the ability to capture photos in bursts of 15 frames per second, this model finesses a supremely accomplished camera for both stills and video. £1,549. At Tech Gifts For Men





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      LEGO 1989 BATWING

      Despite Christopher Nolan’s incredible series, we’ll always have a soft spot for Tim Burton’s wild and wacky representation of the Caped Crusader. While the Batmobile from the 1989 flick is justifiably a silver screen icon, we’re big fans of the Batwing too. Now, thanks to Lego, you can build and marvel at your very own miniature version, which comes complete with Batman, Joker and Lawrence the Boombox Goon figurines. £179.99. Tech Gifts For Men

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      BEATS FLEX Tech Gifts For Men

      If they are into fitness it’s well worth having a pair of exercise-minded headphones to go with their sweat-free pair. Priced at a thoroughly reasonable £49, the new Beats Flex fit this billing without leaving much of a dent on your cashflow at all. A pair of Bluetooth buds with a robust fit and solid playback capabilities, they’ll sync almost instantly with an iPhone or Watch while providing an impressive 12 hours of battery-life stamina. £49.99. apple.comTech Gifts For Men

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      Despite its moniker, the Pixel 4a 5G is widely regarded to be a better buy than the Pixel 5, thanks to its larger screen, superior stereo speakers, identically powerful innards and the same great camera setup. At comfortably under £400, it’s one of the best bang-for-buck smartphones of the year, running the latest and greatest version of Android 11 to boot. £349. and at Carphone Warehouse.

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      The Quatix 6s Solar is one of our favourite smartwatches thanks to its premium titanium build, rugged good looks and countless features. Beyond the usual fitness gubbins such as heart rate, bloody oxygen levels and GPS tracking, it supports notifications, music controls and the ability to control your boat. Throw in an insane 30-day battery life thanks to the screen’s built-in solar panel and you’ve got nearly everything they need, bar an ECG sensor. £999. Tech Gifts For Men





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      With lambskin leather, memory foam and polished aluminium, you’d be forgiven for mistaking the description of these Bang & Olufsen over-ears for the interior of a luxury supercar. Crafted to celebrate the company’s 95th birthday, they sound as good as they look, thanks to 40mm titanium dynamic drivers and Bluetooth aptX Adaptive compatibility, with up to 50 hours of battery life to boot. Not a bad way to celebrate, if you ask us. £700.

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      APPLE WATCH SERIES 6 Tech Gifts For Men

      Apple’s series 6 might not be the most revolutionary step forward compared to previous iterations, but it’s still the company’s best, most refined model yet. With a brighter always-on display, design tweaks, fresh new strap options and the ability to monitor your blood oxygen levels, it’s as perfectly polished as it is familiar – an ideal accessory for the iPhone lover in your life. £379.

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      Fujifilm’s modern take on a miniature compact instant cam is a sure-fire way to massively boost your hipster photography street cred. Despite its throwback to the days of old, it packs in modern tech such as auto exposure, letting you take shots in darker environments without having to mess around with manual settings. A mini mirror near the lens lets you frame yourself for selfies, while white, terracotta and a pastel blue make for an attractive, attention-grabbing body. £119.99. At Jessops.

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      Aside from sporting some of the most impressive noise-cancelling skills in the wireless headphones game, Bowers & Wilkins PX7 cans deserve a bunch of credit for their refined and distinct sense of style. Now available in a sleek carbon (read: black) colouring, their lightweight carbon-fibre and fabric build remains as elegant as ever. £279. At

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      Seasoned gadgeteers that remember the iconic Beogram 4000 from the 1970s might initially view its rerelease as a shallow Hollywood-esque reboot, but it’s anything but. Instead, Bang & Olufsen went to the trouble of tracking down 95 original turntables that have weathered the years, before meticulously repairing and restoring each one to their full glory, throwing in modern components for good measure. A stunning, eye-wateringly expensive gift for the serious audiophile in your life. £9,000.  Tech Gifts For Men

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      PELOTON BIKE+ Tech Gifts For Men

      Keeping fit at home has never been more important and the Peloton Bike+ is an ideal solution. Its new larger touchscreen swivels outwards so you can more easily follow other strength and cardio workouts, while more powerful built-in speakers bring you closer to the heart-pumping, sweaty action. £2,295. Tech Gifts For Men

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      Smart doorbells are becoming more and more common and this one from Netatmo will make a great present for that special security-conscious someone in your life. Unlike other alternatives such as Ring, which charge a subscription for storing recordings, Netatmo’s offering has a built-in microSD card slot for easy, free storage. It’s pretty handsome too (for a doorbell at least) and is less jarring than its bulkier competition. £269.99. Tech Gifts For Men

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      DELL XPS 13 LAPTOP Tech Gifts For Men

      Widely regarded to be the best laptop money can buy for most people (AKA, non-gamers and Apple fans), the latest revision of the Dell XPS 13 crams in more power than ever, thanks to the option to kit it out with Intel’s latest generation of processors. While the beautifully slim and light 1.2kg carbon fibre-clad body and super-slim bezel screen remain relatively unchanged, that is by no means a bad thing. £1,349.





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      The Xperia 5 II is a handset that stands out for all sorts of reasons. It’s made by Sony for starters, which will make anyone wielding it stand out from the crowd of iPhones and Samsung handsets. Beyond hipster bragging rights though, it’s got plenty more going for it, including a slick 120Hz screen with a uniquely thin 21:9 aspect ratio for easy one-handed use. Throw in an excellent triple camera setup (with lots of tinkering options for pros), and a genuine headphone jack, and you have the best phone Sony has produced in years. £749.06. At Tech Gifts For Men

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      From insulting scrubs in CoD to giving a hot take on the latest quarterly reports in Zoom, a good quality microphone can make all the difference. This three-legged affair from Trust looks smart enough to do the job without looking too garish, and has four different mic settings depending on your needs, including single or omni-directional options for solo or group podcast sessions. With internal pop filters to help filter out unwanted sounds and subtle LEDs to add a touch of colour to proceedings, it’s a far cry away from your laptop’s tinny-sounding equivalent £116.14. Tech Gifts For Men

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      Microsoft’s legendary Flight Simulator made a long-awaited comeback this year. The game impressed so much that we considered it one of the most ambitious games of 2020. The best way to fly, of course, is just like the pilots do: with a stick. The Thrustmaster TCA doesn’t break the bank, but immerses you far more than a standard game controller ever could. £68.99. At Tech Gifts For Men

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      A lot of very enthusiastic people have written countless words about amplifiers over the years. We don’t have the space here, but we can say that this modern retro walnut-slathered throwback (which was the choice of Jimi Hendrix back in the day), is a solid choice for audiophiles looking to boost their wired headphone listening experience, and/or achieve the full potential of their turntable setup. With CD-quality Bluetooth thrown in too, it’ll enrich their listening experience, as long as they’ve got worthy speakers to match. £799. At Tech Gifts For Men



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      IFI HIP-DAC Tech Gifts For Men

      This cyberpunk hipflask-esque device is actually a DAC, or Digital to Analogue Converter. For those yet to dip their toes into the vast oceans of the audiophile universe, a DAC is a device that converts a digital signal into an analogue one, so headphones can then turn it into sound. Yes, they could listen to music on your device of choice without one, but the built-in versions in laptops and phones are mass produced without the best audio quality in mind. If they might want to hear more details in their tunes and kickstart a potentially dangerously expensive new hobby, the hip-dac is as good a place to start as any. £149. At

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      These steampunk-esque gaming headphones from British-born Meters Music feature built-in RGB-lit volume level meters that react to input from music, movies and games. Compatible with consoles and PCs, with built-in 50mm drivers for punchy bass and ear-filling sound, they also support virtual 7.1 surround sound – ideal for pinpointing the direction of virtual enemy footsteps. £99.


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