The Second Lineup of the Five Best Technology Gifts for Business for the Holidays

Cyber Monday came and went, and you’re still struggling to find the best technology to give for the holidays. Nothing on my first list tickled your fancy. There’s some superb tech on my second list.

Does your creative friend produce beautiful work and constantly squint at their small screen? The Dell Ultrasharp 32 Ultra HD 4K Monitor with Premier Color brings their work to life. The highly-rated monitor delivers precise colors, exquisite detail, and it’s a must-have for content production professionals.

No idea what to give your associate in the maintenance business? The FLIR One Pro will make their life more comfortable. This professional-grade thermal camera for smartphones quickly finds mechanical system problems with its exceptional measurement capabilities.

Know a business associate always complaining about slow speed 4G mobile WiFi hotspots. The TP-Link M7650 eases those problems. It delivers lightning speeds, multiple device connections, and you can carry it in your pocket.

Do you have a colleague mourning the death of their desk phone? Do they complain of long, uncomfortable iPhone conversations? The Invoxia NVX 200 is the perfect answer, an iPhone docking station masquerading as a classy desk phone.

Your conference speakerphone is hard to use, and employees complain about poor audio quality. Give your employees and your biz a special gift, a smart speakerphone, the OfficeCore M2. Reviews indicate a bright sound with little interference in a medium-sized conference room of 12 people.

Flashdrives popular in your office and security is a concern. Get everyone an Aegis Secure Key. A tough as nails flash drive with hardware-based encryption that comes in 16GB to 1TB storage options.


Author: Kris Keppeler, a writer who finds technology fascinating and loves humor. She writes for Crossing Genres on and Does This Happen to You? on Channillo. Award-winning podcast producer who enjoys telling stories. Follow her @KrisKKAria on Twitter or on LinkedIn.

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