This year, we’re all spending more time at home watching TV and movies, so tech products and services for binge-watching will make great gifts.
For binge-watchers, the selection of potential tech gifts available has never been bigger. What’s more, people are currently spending a lot more time at home watching TV shows and movies as a result of the pandemic, with the streaming industry involuntarily hitting an all-time high this year as a result. Everyone can probably think of someone they know who’d enjoy a new viewing device or service, which makes finding gifts for the holidays this year rather easier than before.
From smart speakers to wireless headphones, there are many products that can improve the home theater experience. As for subscriptions to popular streaming services, they can be redeemed at any time. The recipient can use a gifted subscription to either expand their streaming options, renew a subscription, or replace their service once their current one expires. Thus, first-time shoppers should have little to worry about when it comes to buying tech or subscriptions for streaming.
In addition, many different companies are hoping to gain an edge this holiday season with deals on their products. So, whether a friend or family member needs something to watch, something to stream on, or something to help them stream, there are plenty of options. Here are just three neat ideas for gifts to give to a binge-watcher over the holidays.
CBS All Access
For shoppers that are looking for a great deal on streaming that extends to close to a full year of service, Raise is offering CBS All Access gift cards at reduced prices. For sale are gift cards worth $25, $50, and $100, but the best deal is the $50 card, which is available for just $46.50. CBS All Access costs $5.99 monthly with ad-breaks, so with this card, recipients can enjoy eight months of unlimited access to hundreds of past and present shows under the CBS/Viacom umbrella, in addition to live programming and sports.
CBS All Access and many more streaming services are available for download with Roku Express. The base version of Roku’s streaming box comes with an HDMI cable and remote control for simple setup and use. Roku Express displays streams in HD only, while premium versions of Roku also offer 4K and HDR. Nonetheless, Roku Express is a great deal for people who want on-demand content regardless of resolution. Those who own an Amazon Alexa device can also control Roku with their voice. Roku Express is widely available for just $25 until November 21, when it may return to $30.
Mpow BH388A Bluetooth Headphones
Binge-watchers who want an immersive audio experience from their TVs can turn to Mpow for a pair of its noise-canceling wireless Bluetooth headphones. Costing just $43.99 on Amazon, they are a steal compared to other many other wireless headphones. Their batteries can provide 35 hours of life and users can watch roughly 18 movies before they need recharging. A headphone jack is also included, so users can also connect these headphones to a phone or tablet for streaming too. They’re also available in black, black with red or pink with white.
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