shopping.jpgIt’s crunch time. With only one day to go until the big day, if you’re stuck on what to buy the special ones in your life and refuse to go the gift or e-card route, here some hot tech gift suggestions from some of the biggest names in the consumer electronics business.

Tip: act quickly if you see something you like. Save time and guarantee yourself the gifts using Best Buy Canada’s Reserve and Pick-up feature where you can hold an item for up to 24 hours, and have it ready for pick-up within 20 minutes, guaranteed.

Hot holiday gift ideas


1. Drones are taking off in Canada. You would be giving the gift elevated experiences, such as a drone by 3DR.




 2. The gift of personalized sound: Bose QC 25 noise-cancelling headphones




3. Share the sound: Bose SoundTouch 10 wireless speaker system




4. Introduce a smarter home: Ecobee 3 thermostat




5. Gets more wear than clothing: wearable tech. Microsoft Band 2




6. The gift of productivity: Microsoft Surface Pro 3 or Surface Book



7. The gift of a high-tech fashion statement: Motorola 360 smartwatch, second generation




8. Capture the holiday excitement and beyond: Sony Action Cam




9. The ultimate family gift: the world’s thinnest 4K TV by Sony




10. A smart TV is always better in 4K: VIZIO M-series TV

11. Just add Bluetooth: Samsung wireless Radiant lineup

12. Enhance productivity: Samsung SE8790C curved monitor

13. Go big and go curved with a Samsung SUHD curved TV

14. Gift mobility: consider Koodo’s wireless offerings

15. Gift of gaming: Xbox Halo Console and Elite controller

If you’re unable to visit a local Best Buy to find the best gifts under the tree this year, well, then it’s time to cave and go the gift or e-gift card and give the gift of choice.

Happy holidays!

Elliott Chun
Elliott Chun is passionate for all things tech, consumer and enterprise-focused. He appreciates the betterment and fun they bring to the world and is known for evangelizing their merit on TV, radio and online, including Plug-In. A veteran in the marketing-communications space, today he is the head of both areas for the ASTOUND Group, an award-winning design and fabrication house building brand expressions, experiences and environments. When not promoting brands and discovering what’s new in tech, you’ll find Elliott in pursuit of finding the world’s best pizza.