[LISTEN] Tech gifts to consider this Christmas

With the festive season upon us and Christmas fast approaching, you may be wondering what to get your loved ones.

Tech guru Aki Anastasiou joined Africa Melane on the Eusebius McKaiser Show to share some gifts you should consider for children and adults, which range from R700 to R9,000.

The festive season is to celebrate people , spoil people and there is lots of little gifts you can get.

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru
  • Google Chrome Cast for R700

The Google Chrome Cast allows you to enjoy full HD content from your phone. It's also a nice way of using that device to share content from your phone if your TV is not a smart TV. It puts your television on steroids.

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru
  • Nintendo Switch Lite for R4,000

The Nintendo Switch is a lighter version of the Nintendo Switch but it has got the full functionality.

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru
  • Nura Headphones for R7,000

These are the world's only earphones that learn and adapt to your hearing. You can completely customize these headphones. They are one of the most comfortable earphones I have worn.

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru

There is lots of other alternatives you may want to consider - Sennheiser has got some fantastic noise-cancelling headphones.

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru
  • Bose Frames Alto for R4,500

These glasses that look like sunglasses have actually got headphones built into the side of the frames

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru
  • DJI Mavic Mini Drone for R8,999

The pro pack has got an extra battery and it has got a case and everything. It's a tiny drone, it looks like it will fit in your palm.

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru
  • XYZ Junior 3D Printer for R4,500

If you have got kids who are creative and they very technology savvy, the XYZ juinor 3D printer will set you back R4,500.

Aki Anastasiou, Tech guru

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