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Have shoes, clothes and chocolates been your best gift item of all time? Have you been in the dilemma of what to gift your special lady this Christmas? Worry no more as we have complied a list of 10 tech gift ideas that will help sweep her off her feet this Christmas.

Canon PowerShot G9 X


In this selfie age, this bad boy is handy to the lovers of capturing beautiful moments. The Canon PowerShot G9 X is a truly pocketable premium compact camera, and unless you’ve got ridiculously tight pockets, it should feel at home in most jeans or jacket pockets.

Q Designs Phone Charger Bracelet


“The QBracelet has the fashionable look and feel of a jewellery piece before anything else – even if it didn’t charge your phone, it stands as a fashion accessory based on its style and design alone. We conceptualised the QBracelet based on the idea that every useful object should also be a beautiful object, and we believe that merging technology with fashion in smart ways will push the fashion industry forward.” —  Q Designs co-founder and COO Alessandro Libani

Google Daydream Virtual Reality Glasses


Daydream View is a VR headset and controller by Google that lets you explore new worlds, kick back in your personal VR cinema, and play games that put you at the centre of the action.

Misfit Ray Fitness Tracker


Whether it’s that classic watch you like, your shiny new smartwatch/fitness tracker or some other piece of jewellery, there’s limited space for tech. What’s more, people don’t like wearing two devices – it looks dorky as hell and can leave you feeling encumbered. This is a problem for the fitness tracker. This device has it all combined.

Parrot Zik 3 Wireless Headphones


This is really where the Zik 3.0 prevail over their predecessors, with Bluetooth 3.0 and the ability to connect via 3.5mm to your devices or USB to your computer.  The Bluetooth connection is strong. The swipe controls also work perfectly.

Stelle Audio Gold Audio Wireless Speaker


The Audio Pillar doesn’t look like many other speakers on the market, which is a good thing. It stands upright rather than horizontal, and the cylindrical shape brings to mind a wastepaper basket, albeit a very thin, very chic one. Although the style is a bit avant-garde compared with other speakers, I can see the Pillar fitting into most design sensibilities whether they’re modern, minimalist, retro, or futuristic.

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