We understand how difficult it can be to make purchases for the men in your life. Even if you ask them what they want, they will usually respond with a vague, unhelpful “anything is fine” or the feared “I don’t know.”
The good news is that most people really enjoy trying out the hottest new gadgets and technological discoveries, even if they already have everything.
If you’re looking for the hottest new tech treat for such undecided men in your life, look no further. We picked the top tech presents of 2022 that he’ll definitely use and appreciate, from devices that will make things easier to a few of the newest products yet.
Be it a robot suction, a smart-home discovery that would make his life easier, or he’ll be grateful for any of these fun gifts, whether it’s a pair of classy solar-powered headsets or a pair of elegant solar-powered headphones. Check out our top picks below.
The most cutting-edge technology can often come with exorbitantly high prices.
There are plenty of cool new tech gadgets on the market this year to please any tech lover whenever it comes to finding the perfect gift for them.
Even tech gifts for men who have it all are available (or at least they thought they did). Trying to look for a cool tech device for less than $50? Get to choose between the best wireless headphones and the new Amazon Fire Stick lite.
Or how about a truly unique tech gift they certainly don’t expect? In case you were wondering, some of our favorite new tech gadgets of 2021 include a cool DJI drone and the new Oculus VR headset.
There’s a cool new electronic gadget to gift every guy this year, whether you’re giving a gift to a tech geek or a guy who really doesn’t deem himself the most gadget-savvy dude on the block.
Take a look at the best tech gifts for men, which include new Bluetooth earbuds, wearable technology, and smart speakers, smart home devices with a big wow factor.
Below are some cool tech gifts for men:
- Wayfarer Smart Glasses | Ray-Ban Stories
What if spectacles could do more than just that? That’s the deal with RayBan’s Wayfarers, which also play music and provide extra information on almost anything you look at in seconds, a la a secret agent. Consider Mission Impossible 7 technology, but you have it right now.
- Limited Edition Gillette Heated Razor x Bugatti Shave Kit
This creative Men’s Health Grooming Award-winning razor gives guys a pleasant barbershop shave in the comfort of their own home, and it’s succeeded in getting a sleek and stylish update this year with the Agile blue of the Italian race car brand Bugatti.
It’s the same high-quality Gillette razor that guys just love, but with customizable heat, and innovation to dampen hairs for the finest shave attainable.
- Nintendo Switch Lite System
The Nintendo Switch was already designed to be lightweight, but the Switch Lite takes the game a step further by providing you with the freedom of a true on-the-go gaming experience.
The device is stylish and small enough to fit easily into a school bag or a laptop bag, but it has little effect on the actual experience as a player.
Consider it a safety net for those times when you’re stuck in flight-delay hell or just want to remain hidden from the in-laws for a few hours. With a battery life of up to 7 hours, the Switch Lite is always ready to provide a stress-relieving escape.
- Lightcycle by Dyson
Yes, it’s a pricey lamp, but it’s a really cool lamp. This automatic light tracks surrounding levels of light for the proper balance of brightness whilst also reducing eye strain and is guaranteed to go on for up to 60 years. It’s much more than just a desk lamp, with various pre-set options and a convenient app to configure and time light settings.
- Clutch Version 2
The Clutch lives up to the hype: it delivers when you need it the most. Keep the credit card-sized charger nearby, and you’ll never be scrambling for a terminal as your phone approaches zero percent.
Don’t be fooled by the diminutive size, either: The Clutch has enough juice to fully charge your phone. It’s available for both android and Ios users, and at $50, it’s one of the most affordable options and is one of the most secure and pragmatic investments for someone you love.
- Roaming Sonos
We figured it was only a question of time before Sonos released its own game-changing portable Bluetooth speaker, and boy were we right.
The waterproof, Airplay-compatible device is compact enough to carry in a handbag for a beach day or a camping trip, and it seamlessly integrates with existing Sonos home networks.
It also has a staggering 10-hour battery life and auto-tunes to create the best sound possible based on your environment.
- Oculus Quest 2
The market’s predominant gaming VR headset continues to grow. The Oculus Quest 2 has an emerging library of games and is becoming more user-friendly. Bonus points because, owing to the Oculus Link cable, it can support serious computer gaming.
- Earbuds Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Bluetooth Gaming
The most affordable earplugs on the market. The design of Razer’s Hammerheads is inspired by Apple’s Airpods, and they’re also IPX4 water-resistant. A secure fit and full-range audio round-out underappreciated earbuds set.
- LG CineBeam Smart Dual Laser Projector
Bring the theater into your living room with the powerful LG Cinebeam projector, that also easily converts Hulu, Netflix, or DVD images to a wall (yes, walls work pretty good for this) or projection screen.
It’s an excellent way to create a home movie viewing area with an 80 to 90-inch screen, and the project also handles video games well.
- Razar Enki gaming chair
Simply put, this is the most comfortable office chair you’ll ever sit in. The Razer Enki is designed for gamers, but it’s also ideal for any workstation task, whether you’re chatting on Zooms or clicking away. It’s the ideal vantage point from which to make contact with all of your other technology.
- WiFi Speaker Lamp by Symfonisk
Stereo mics have never looked so elegant and undervalued. With this innovation from the Sonos and IKEA teams, you can ditch the speakers and ensure that everything in your living room serves a purpose.
When paired with a Sonos Beam or Arc soundbar, the Symfonisk lamp can effortlessly light a room or add lighting to your living room. It also works perfectly as a rear speaker. Audio setup takes only a few minutes as well. It’s never been easier to experience audio bliss.
- Microsoft Surface Laptop Go
The Windows Surface Laptop Go is the ideal combination of sleek and ultra-functionality, delivering an amazing allure in a chassis that weighs less than three pounds. Despite this, it is powerful enough even for basic gaming and easily handles Zoom calls and surfing the web.
- Samsung NeoQLED Television
That is a television. The NeoQLED 50-inch TV from Samsung elevates your home theater experience by delivering crystal-clear, ultra-detailed images as well as some of the best onboard sounds you’ll find in TV cheers to dynamic object-tracking. With four HDMI ports, it can handle a wide range of devices, and Samsung’s user-friendly interface makes exploring the task a piece of cake.
- Hisense 55-inch ULED TV
Can’t afford an ultra-luxurious television? Not a problem. Hisense has you covered with this 55-inch 4k machine, that produces a ridiculously good picture and fluid video-on -demand functionality and is the best TV under $1,000.
- Sonos Beam Generation 2
Sonos modernizes its classic mainline soundbar. The second-generation Beam is as sleek as a soundbar can get, with a convenient hard shell replacing the cloth exterior. Improved responsiveness and a more detailed sound round out a package that is ideal for any bedroom or studio flat.
- Headphones by Bose, QuietComfort 45
With the QuietComfort 45, Bose updates one of the most storied headphone lines available, and this one is made for any journey you can possibly take, credit goes to top-quality playback that brings out the finer details of any and every song
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 (Samsung)
You’ve watched films on your phone before, but never like this. In a split second, Samsung’s third-generation unfolding phone transforms from iPhone-like to mini-tablet, unfolding (yes, really) to produce a seamless 7.6-inch display designed for movie watching and Google Stadia gaming experience.
- Gift Card for Sling TV
Sling TV, which revitalized its interface design this year for even easier navigation and control, doesn’t mind if you don’t have cable. It’s a subscription that you can stop and start whenever you want, making it the ideal way to try cord-cutting (if you haven’t already).
- Roku Ultra
Roku’s 4K streaming box does everything, delivering high-quality content from Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, and Disney Plus, but doing it all at a reasonable price. When you combine access to Roku Originals movies and series with razor-sharp voice controls, you have an awesome and reasonably priced streaming box.