Gadgets, tech, and devices are all the rage. We live in a world where they’re everywhere and need them for everything. Look no further, this is the perfect guide to find all the best 2021 gadgets. From Nintendo games to noise-cancelling headphones, this is the go-to place to find things to gift others or yourself.
With an enhanced experience in all three play modes, the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) gives you another option for how you want to play the vast library of games on Nintendo Switch. The new system features a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen, a wide adjustable stand, a dock with a wired LAN port, 64 GB of internal storage, and enhanced audio. A great option for players who want to experience the new vibrant screen when playing in handheld and tabletop mode.
The first 2D Metroid game with a new story in 19 years is coming this year to the Nintendo Switch family of systems with Metroid Dread. In this game, Samus’ story continues after the events of the Metroid Fusion game when she descends upon planet ZDR, which has become overrun by vicious alien lifeforms and chilling mechanical menaces. Our heroine is more agile and capable than ever, but can she overcome the inhuman threat stalking the depths of ZDR? You’ll just have to find out for yourself.
This one’s for that forgetful friend – or yourself? – who’s always losing everything. Airtag is one of Apple’s latest releases from 2021. This compact gadget allows the user to track their valuable items and locate them in the Find My app. It also has a built-in speaker that plays sound so its owner can track its location.
Looking for one of the best headphones in the market now? This new Sony headphone upgrade is a great addition to your wish list. It is Bluetooth-ready and offers detailed audio and a great noise-cancelling system. It also has a cool ’Speak to Chat’ function that pauses music when it detects that you are talking to someone. Plus, its lightweight design makes it comfortable to wear. It’s on the pricey side but worth every penny.
Kodak Luma 150 Pocket Projector
For those who enjoy on-the-go entertainment, or for people who frequently do presentations outside of the office, Kodak Luma 150 is portable enough to fit in any bag but powerful enough to provide users with a 150in-screen of vivid images and audio from its built-in, surround-sound speakers (a headphone jack is also included). Its battery can run for up to two and half hours and is rechargeable via mini USB.
For the avid gamer, give them one of the latest virtual reality gadgets in the market. Oculus Quest 2 is a portable all-in-one VR gaming device – no PC or console needed – and comes with two wireless controllers. It offers stunning virtual reality experiences for games and allows users the freedom to move without worrying about tripping on any wires (that’s assuming that the users surrounding are big enough for body movements). There are a lot of free games available to play with the headset, but users can also buy separately-sold Oculus Quest games.
One of the smartest health wearables—and that’s saying something—to be released in recent years, this ring accurately tracks heart rate, sleep cycles, and activity then provides insight and guidance based on what it tracks. Considering how discreet it is, that’s quite a feat of engineering.
House of Marley’s turntable not only looks classic, but it packs audio tech that makes you really stop and listen. The Stir It Up will impress the most intense of audiophiles, and it’ll impress the vinyl acolyte on your list, too.
CoPilot Driving Monitoring System
One of the greatest dangers on the road? Your own tired brain. This camera doesn’t monitor the road; it monitors the driver’s face, loudly alerting them when they might doze off. It’ll give the regular commuter on your list some peace of mind.
Published by HOLR Magazine