Gadgets for the girl who wants to cut the cord. If you want to get them something small yet efficient these items are awesome!
Livescribe 3 Smartpen
Livescribe 3 Smartpen : If it’s hard to bring that lady into the 21st century, the Livescribe 3 pen might be the great gift for her. With the Livescribe 3, she can take notes on special paper and the Livescribe captures it digitally and puts on the Livescribe iOS app (only for iOS right now). You can even doi voice recording with the pen. If you decide to take notes at the same time, theres a way to track it also. Note-taking has never been so organized and awesome!
Samsung Galaxy Gear
If the person on your list is really addicted to their Galaxy Smartphone (Galaxy S 4 or Galaxy Note 3), the Gear might be an unexpected yet fun gift. the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch is for the person who loves their notifications. If they’re into little gadgets and would find the gear stylish, it would make a great gift. With the gear you can control your music, receive and answer text messages, and get social media notifications. Right now the Galaxy Gear smartwatch works with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and select Galaxy S 4 smartphones.
Tylt Vu Wireless Charger
Tylt Vu Wireless Charging – Do you know someone who is trying to cut the cord? But she never got around to it because it wasn’t a necessity or just didn’t know where to start. The Tylt Vu makes a great gift. This wireless charger charges your phone rapidly. The upward angle allows you to view your phone screen while charging. The Tylt Vu works with Qi chargers and back plates. It comes in four different colors. Works with popular phones such as Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2013), Moto X, Nokia 925, Nokia Lumia 1020.
bCoda Coda One Bluetooth Device
If the smartphone is always to big to carry, the bCoda one might be useful. The bCoda One works as a Bluetooth speaker. With 2 speakers and 2 microphones, this is a great accessory to help cut the cord at the office or home. Works very well with voice command and it’s very comfortable to hold. Leave your smartphone charging and use the Coda One to stream music and calls.
Pivot Power Genius Strip
A good way to cut the cord with many devices is withthe Pivot Power Genius Strip. This is plain and simple. The Quirkly Pivot Power Strip works like every other power strip except that you can control the power source from a mobile app. Let’s not forget that the quirky shape allows you to plug in all sorts of adaptors into the power source without interference.
Google Chromecast Dongle
Why should you always have to connect your laptop or tablet to the big screen in order to view content. Make it easier on your giftee to view movies, YouTube videos and more on the big screen with the Google Chromecast. The Chromecast dongle plugs into the HDMI port of your HDTV and once you hook it up to your WiFi you can cast anything to the big screen. You can give this gift to so many on your list due to how affordable they are.
Incipio Ghost Charging Cases
If you want to give the gift of cord-cutting, wireless charging is a good way to start. Incipio can get you started on the right path. They have cases to charge popular phones like the Motorola Moto X and the Samsung Galaxy S 4. These cases won’t work with the Tylt Vu, but they will work with the Duracell Powermat.
Speaking of the Duracell Powermat, The Powermat is one of the original devices to make cord-cutting go main stream. With the Duracell Powermat, you can drop your phone onto the mat and it will charge it for you. It has smart charging as well. It will stop sending power to your phone once it’s done charging. The Powermat also comes in 3 sizes. It can accommodate one to three devices.