With Christmas creeping up quickly, we’re starting our Christmas gift guides off with our top 5 budget tech gifts. There’s a range of products and prices on this list so there should be something for everyone, or something to at least give you some ideas.

VAYA TYFFYN Insulated Lunchbox
Cost: £35.00 (Amazon)
This little lunchbox is a great budget gift for those people that you never know what to buy for them. The lunchbox can keep things warm or cool for up to 5 hours and has separate compartments to keep your food separate. As well as this, the lunchbox is leak resistant so you can put liquids in there as well.

Anker Soundcore 2
Cost: £39.99 (Amazon)
This Bluetooth speaker is a great option for those music lovers. The speaker has great bass with 24-hr play time, a 66ft range and is water resistant. A Bluetooth speaker is a great gift for anyone and the Anker Soundcore 2 is a great price for the quality.

Anker PowerPort 60W
Cost: £22.99 (Amazon)
The Anker PowerPort is a good gift for all those people who are always on their phones and is at a sensible price. Another great thing about this portable charger is that it has fast charging, and there are 6 ports supplying 60 watts of power which allows multi-device charging too.

Fire TV Stick 4K
Cost: £49.99 (Amazon)
Amazon’s latest streaming stick is their best one yet. As the name suggests, it supports 4K streaming and also supports every other HDR format. Amazon’s Alexa is built into the stick for voice commands too. The remote that the Fire Stick comes with includes controls that can adjust the volume and power on/off your TV so you only need 1 remote. For the price, this is arguably the best streaming stick available and will make a great gift.

Logitech K780 Wireless Keyboard
Cost: £49.99 (Amazon)
A wireless keyboard is a great gift for those people with tablets or those that hate wires. This Logitech K780 is a full-size keyboard and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Android and iOS. The keyboard is linked up via Bluetooth or by the Logitech USB dongle. You can even use it on multiple devices and simply switch between the devices depending which you want to use. There is also a tray that runs the length of the keyboard to hold your devices at the right viewing angle.

So, that was this weeks Appy Friday.  Hopefully, there was something on here to give you some inspiration for some Christmas presents this year. Let us know if you buy anything on this list or some of your own tech gift ideas!