In this Top 5 Smartphone Gadgets edition, we take a look at some cool tech gifts you can give to your family and friends.Polaroid ZIP mobile printer is a really easy to use mobile printer that spits out 2×3 smear-free photos on the go. Completely portable you can bring it to parties, weddings, and print out photos wherever you want. The photos are also stickers that you can peel off and stick them anywhere! Works using bluetooth on both Android and iOS, connection is worry-free so even your gramma can figure out how to use it. This would make a great tech Christmas gift for anyone looking for something around $125. Smartphone LED flash has 16 mini LEDs to help you take better photos and videos in the dark, adds around 10 times more light than a regular smartphone LED. You can also easily attach to your smartphone headphone jack for hands-free LED that is powerful and tiny. You can recharge using micro-USB which is a bonus and adjust the LED brightness from low to high. Only $7. 6-in-1 multi USB cable will allow you to easily charge multiple devices without carrying multiple cables as it supports USB Type B, mini-USB, USB Type C, and even lightning cable for iPhones. Traveling? Grab one cable and forget the rest, this would also make a great gift for anyone. Only $10. Aukey ORA Wide-angle/Macro Lens allows you to easily turn any smartphone camera into wide-angle or macro camera. This has very high-quality lens that gives you minimal lens distortion and works well on any smartphone. On sale for $25. Aukey 10,000mAh USB Power Bank w/ Quick Charge 2.0 is on sale on Amazon for just $19.99, this is the lowest cost 10,000mAh power bank you can buy “right now” that also supports Quick Charge 2.0.
Whether you own an Android smartphone, tablet, or even a laptop, you will probably want to make sure to take care of your gadgets so the battery doesn’t die. Number one rule for properly maintaining or storing your gadgets is to never let the battery deplete to 0%. Leaving your gadgets discharged completely for months will surely kill your battery. Think of how many gadgets in your house right now that has a dead battery, I am sure you have at least one. Think back, and I am sure you probably left that gadget with zero charge for months (and it died because of it).