Holiday Tech Picks 2021

Bose Quietcomfort Earbuds

After testing these out and reading hours of tests with other earbuds, I can confirm these are amazing noise canceling earbuds with great sound. They’re not cheap, but if you’re looking for a solid pair of noise canceling buds and don’t mind paying for em, These are well worth it. You can’t hear anything other than your music with these on.

Roborock S7 Robot Vaccum

I’ve had the s6 pure for a little more than a year and I’ve loved it. Great object avoidance, auction and mapping. Even has voice control with Google. Ever since seeing the s7 release I’ve been obsessively tracking prices. With the latest drop I picked one up. With an auto mopping function for your whole house (it raises the mop on carpet) and an auto empty dock option. I’m excited about this one. Once again. Not the cheap option but the reviews and tests are rock solid.

Samsung Galaxy Book 360

This has become my go to laptop to carry around. It’s super thin, light and blazing fast. For comparable specs from competitors it takes the cake on price. The SPen has been great too!

Maxrewards – Reward Tracker

This one is a service I’ve been loving. It makes it super simple to track reward balances, card benefits and see when your cards are due accross different card types. Their support is amazing as well. Worth a look if you have multiple credit cards or want one simple dashboard to see what benefits you have. The list also includes my card recommendations.

Acer Spin 713 – 2 in 1 Chromebook

I found this while doing some research for a family member who hates windows. This thing has some great ratings and awesome specs for a Chromebook. With the aluminum casing, touch screen, i5 and a REAL SSD (compared to cheaper emmc chips in most), it’s a promising looking machine if you want something for web surfing and using Google based apps. 

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