If you have the budget to upgrade your tech necessities and make your life a bit more
comfortable, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some top tech gadgets that are fun and
worth spending money on.
1. Power Bank
Since running out of battery in the middle of the day can become a disaster, having a reliable
power bank can be a lifesaver. However, there are some things to consider when choosing the
right power bank. Firstly, select the capacity of your power bank depending on your charging
needs. If you're frequently taking longer trips, you'll probably need a power bank that can charge
your phone twice or thrice. A smaller-capacity power bank will do the job if you need your
phone to survive a few more hours until you get your hands on a charger. However, remember
that authorities can confiscate higher-capacity ones at the airports, so check your airport rules
and regulations before carrying a bigger-capacity power bank. Secondly, choose your power
bank depending on your device's input and output ports. You don't want to rush your buying
decision and end up with a power bank you can't connect to your devices.
2. A Mug Warmer
The right cup of coffee can set the tone for the rest of your day, so we get it if you're annoyed by
a cold and lousy coffee experience in the morning. To avoid bad coffee days, we suggest getting
a mug warmer. The most important feature you should look for when buying a cup warmer.
Choose a durable and waterproof material that's temperature resistant to avoid burning yourself
and that doesn't overheat to prevent a fire hazard. Also, since you probably like to have your tea
or coffee at a specific temperature, make sure it has an adjustable temperature control system.
Lastly, check the energy consumption and decide on a mug warmer that can maintain your ideal
coffee temperature for a prolonged period while consuming less energy.
3. Wireless Earbuds
If tangled cords aren't your cup of tea, opting for wireless earbuds is the best choice. Luckily,
you can choose from countless options on the market, depending on your needs and budget. The
most important features you should consider when buying wireless earbuds are price, battery life,
and ear-tips. Our advice is to consider investing in headphones that are slightly pricier as they
tend to have better sound quality and are more reliable. However, you can still find decent
earbuds and not break your bank. Secondly, look for those with good battery life because
charging your buds daily tends to be a significant pain in the neck. Lastly, since you'll probably
use them quite frequently, look for comfortable earbuds that fit perfectly in your ear. The ones
that come with ear-tips in various sizes are the best way to go.
If you have some extra budget to splurge on tech, do thorough research before taking out the
credit card. Look for gadgets to help you maintain a healthy work-life balance and improve your