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10+ Luxury Gifts For Tech Obsessed Folk

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Gadgets galore for the tech-obsessed types in your life. From the next generation of smartphone, to the courses launching you into the digital art world, we’ve got the best gifts for tech lovers. 

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The 10+ Best Gifts For Tech Lovers

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Bang & Olufsen

For when you want to immerse in detailed sound… Plus, these are noise cancelling meaning you can completely shut out the world. Beoplay H95 headphones, £779. bang-olufsen.com

J.S.G. Boggs

The posthumous collection of J.S.G.Boggs has been transformed into an NFT collection intended to question the value of money itself. ‘£50 (Fifty Pound Note)’, 1990. NFT and artwork, €350. lacollection.io

Google Pixel 7 Pro

Google

Still not quite convinced to jump on the Android train? Spend a few minutes playing with the all-new Pixel 7 Pro and you’ll be sold. Manufactured using recycled materials, boasting a 6.7″ curved display, and an unbelievable triple rear camera with a 50mp wide lens. The process of capturing (and sharing) those precious festive memories just got a serious upgrade. From £849, google.com

Meta

Explore the metaverse. Quest pro VR headset, from £1,499.99. meta.com

Shark Stratos Anti Hair Wrap Plus Pet Pro Cordless Vacuum

Shark

Now, we know there might not be anything exciting about a hoover on paper, but this cordless Stratos Anti Hair Wrap Plus Pet Pro Cordless Vacuum (aside from being a bit of a mouthful) is seriously whizzy. Anti hair wrap technology means it picks everything up without having to stop and start the hoover (and is a match for even the hairiest pets) plus it powers up or down depending on the amount of dust its encountering. Great if you live in a house full of nooks and crannies that need an extra flexible vacuum.

Marina Raphael x Venyx

The Marina Raphael and Venyx collab bag comes with a complementary NFT loyalty programme for the first ten customers, £895/£1,095 for crystal. marinaraphael.com

Ruark

The updated design of the R1 radio, listen to DAB digital stations and sounds from a piece of tech that will also win points with the interiors crowds. R1 Mk4, £239. ruarkaudio.com

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Sothebys Institute

Don’t know your AI from your NFT – and no clue what it has to do with the art world? This two-week online course hosted by the prestigious Sotheby’s Institute of Art will chart the changing nature of contemporary digital art in relation to more familiar histories of art. You’ll gain understanding of how artists are incorporating technology into their practice, how museums and galleries are re-evaluating the rules of display, the potential of the blockchain as a new art commercial ecosystem, and how NFTs can unite fine art with cryptoculture. The course concludes with a short project for students to apply their knowledge. $975 for a two-week course. sothebysinstitute.com

IWC

Big Pilot’s Watch 43 Top Gun comes with a membership of the metaverse Diamond Hand Club, £8,850. nft.iwc.com

Apple

If you’ve a friend prone to losing their bags/phones/devices, this is the ideal gift to spare them the daily search. Air tag, £35. johnlewis.com

Linley

Charge on the go and from anywhere. Macassar Wireless Charger, £100. davidlinley.com

Lumen

Metabolic tracking device, which monitors whether your body is burning fats or carbs, £249. lumen.me

Nothing Phone

An all-new type of smartphone, the Nothing Phone (1) features a light-up glyph interface unique to it, plus is made from 50% recycled materials. nothing.tech

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