Navigate your way to a joyous holiday season with gifts that will please your tech-savvy friends and family members.
Enjoy your technology shopping experience at Jamiesons’ Audio Video at 5421 Monroe St. to choose from many home entertainment, theater automation and smart technology gifts. Locally owned, the store’s expert staff will show you how to integrate technology seamlessly into your life. Jamiesons encourages shoppers to be hands-on and available to help troubleshoot once you get the gift home.
Give a gift of comfort with a remote car starter from Car Stereo One, 3120 Central Ave. For a gift that will give all year through, car starters help with all those cold days in the winter and the sweltering days in the summer. This luxury gift is one that people might not splurge on for themselves. The local store also sells window tints, car security systems and, of course, car stereos.
Find unique gifts, games (video and board) and collectables at these local stores:
Flotsam Games and Collectibles | 134 E 3rd St, Perrysburg
Video Game Underground | 6725 Central Ave, Toledo
Hall of Games | 3401 Woodville Road, Suite D, Northwood
Replay LLC | 3816 West Alexis Road or 1855 South Reynolds Road (Toledo)
The Apple Store at the Franklin Park Mall has all kinds of cool gifts including those that support Mac, IPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and more.The hot items this season include AirPods (wireless earphones which instantly connect to your device), wireless charging pads, photo printers and fun robots. The Apple tech gurus are extremely helpful and will get your new device set up and working.
Still stumped by all this technology?
Gift cards are always a great choice. Almost everyone on your list would love cards like iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Best Buy and Netflix. You can purchase these cards at many local grocery stores and pharmacies.
Something on everyone’s wish lists are a way to preserve photos that seem to be forever trapped in these devices we hold in our hands all day. Use Shutterfly or a store like Walmart or Meijer, to design a photo hardbound book (complete with captions) or go “old school” and take their smartphone to make prints of favorite digital images. “Tech the Halls” this holiday season.