We’ve compiled a list of faves to make life more fun! Maybe a bit expensive to give a techie gift by yourself. But group together and you can give your friend the gadget they’ll love! Check out GroupTogether.com for an easy way to let your friends chip in for something great. They can contribute online and add a personal message to the group card. Easy!
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Whether you’re sketching in the park, painting a watercolor portrait, or drafting a blueprint, Apple Pencil gives you a variety of tools in a single instrument. $99
Mini printers or instagram printers let you pump out photos straight from your phone. Great fun for kids or parties! This one from Polaroid prints mini prints (5 x 7.5cm) but there are bigger ones too.
You can get an entry level drone for around $500 but the good ones start at $800. The Parrot Bebop Drone photo and video stream synchronises in real-time with your iPhone, so you can instantly share your best photos on Facebook or Instagram and showcase your flights on YouTube with the touch of a finger. Great fun to video yourself skiing. Unlike a GoPro which videos the terrain in front or behind you, the drone can hover in front of you while you surf, ski, run, jump! Epic fun!
Record your workouts and track all-day activity like heart rate, steps, distance, calories burned, stairs climbed and active minutes. With an impressive battery life of 5+ days and instant access to every stat.
Teenagers are mad for GoPros. Attach it to your surfboard, skateboard, helmet, go-kart and it’ll video your moves. Entry level are $450.
How cool would this be! Beam a 175cm imagge onto a wall for a presentation or for a party or a sleepover. Called a Pico Genie P50 Pro. It’s about $450
Hate asking people for money. Let GroupTogether.com do the hard work for you. Set it up in 5 minutes and they do the rest – remind, collect, track and then send you the money and the card to buy the gift you want. They even create a group card for you to print out with everyone’s personal messages and pics. Easy!
The etiquette of gift giving; a blog by Julie & Ali
Welcome to our second blog on gift-giving dilemmas. Since we launched GroupTogether.com, we’ve been inundated by questions about the etiquette surrounding gift-giving events. Since