Have you decided what you're getting friends and family for Christmas this year? Black Friday is just around the corner, and the items below are bound to be on someone's Christmas List. 

Google Pixel.jpgGoogle Pixel Phone

This phone is all kinds of awesome. It’s a bit on the small side (although there is an XL version, too) with a 5 inch display. It’s got the best camera available on any smartphone, which is good news for your teenager’s selfie obsession. More good news? It’s got unlimited storage for files. That’s right -- unlimited. Google uses it’s own cloud storage to make sure you can take as many pictures as you want. The battery life is said to be great, too, but you’ll be paying a pretty penny for this device: $649.99

 

 

 

160517094422-amazon-echo-alexa-00003213-1024x576-217578-edited.jpgAmazon Echo

This device is a smart speaker. That means, it reacts to the sound of your voice, and can respond to your requests. Echo, voiced by Alexa, can make to-do lists, set alarms, play your Pandora station, and even control your home automation devices. It’s a nifty little tool that lets you be more hands-free in your home. Get the Echo with it’s little partner, Dot, to make every room in your house Smart. It’ll cost you $179.99 upfront, but don’t forget your Amazon Prime subscription, too.

 

 

 

googlehome-ed-365664-edited.jpgGoogle Home

Like Echo, the Google Home is a smart speaker. This one looks a lot different, and, in my opinion, would blend in a little better with my home decor (it’s customizable with loads of different colors). It’s got a personality created by writers who’ve worked with Pixar and The Onion, so you know it’ll give you some laughs. Plus, it’s capable of a two-way conversation. If you have smart home automation devices that aren’t Samsung, you might want to wait for the Google Home to expand its partnerships. Get it for $129.99.

 

 

 

 

tumblr_inline_o5bm5xkW7V1r19dv9_540-586188-edited.jpgSony Playstation VR

This virtual reality headset works with your Playstation 4 to make you feel as if you’re immersed in a game or specially made virtual reality movies. The headset is designed to be more comfortable that it’s predecessors, and it’s the least expensive of the top-sellers, too. However, the gaming options are slim for now. It’ll cost you between $399.99 and $499.99 depending on what hardware you’ve already got for your PS4.

 

 

 

hp-sprocket-photo-printer-6-055387-edited.jpgHP Sprocket Photo Printer

This little guy is a printer the size of your cell phone, and completely portable. It’s made to print photos straight from your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth connectivity. Sure, it prints mini photos (about the size of a business card), but it prints them well. This is a great gift choice for everyone from college students to grandmothers. Get the printer for $129.99, and the refill paper for 9.99.

 

 

 

 

beatssolo2wireless-800x400-352057-edited.jpgWireless Beats Headphones

Beats Headphones are known for their amazing quality and comfortable wear. You certainly won’t disappoint anyone with a pair of their Wireless Over-the-Ear Headphones at Christmas. They come in a variety of colors, and best of all--they’re wireless, so no more tangled cords! They’re pricey, at $379.99, but you definitely get what you pay for with these guys.

 

 

 

41lnvbtq3DL-718272-edited.jpgMimo Baby Tracker

Nothing is more important that the safety and health of your newborn baby, right? Right. The Mimo Baby Monitor is a wearable device that tracks your baby’s breathing, temperature, and even body position. It sends the information straight to your smartphone, so you can monitor it in real-time. Plus, you can set up notifications so that your phone lets you know when something isn’t right. $179.99 isn’t too bad a price for this kind of reassurance.

 

 

 

 

What gifts are you most looking forward to buying this Black Friday? Let us know in the comments below.

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