The Kano DIY Computer Kit is a great entry route into the world of coding and technology development. Using this kit, virtually anyone over the age of seven can learn how to build and program a computer. Instead of a tedious manual, Kano comes with easy-to-follow story-like instructions that will walk you through the process using fun illustrations. It also comes with a build-it-yourself speaker and a wireless keyboard and mouse.
The Twelve South HiRise is a sleek and minimal iPhone or iPad charging station. Not only is it great for a quick charge, it’s also a stylish way to view your device at a more ergonomic position. Since it’s adjustable, you won’t have to worry about removing your case. In addition to iPhones and iPads, HiRise will charge and dock all of your Apple Magic peripherals, your Siri Remote, and even your Apple game controllers.
This app-enabled BB8 droid is for any Star Wars fan who’s ever dreamed of having their own personal robot. Not only can you easily control it using your smartphone or tablet, this adorable astromech droid can also roam around on its own or abide by your voice commands. Bottom line: this is the coolest gadget for a Star Wars fan.
Slightly concerning from a privacy perspective, this Holy Stone quadcopter drone comes with a built-in HD camera and weighs just under 2 pounds. It’s affordable and durable, but not the fastest on the market, making it a great drone for beginners to learn from their mistakes on.
This iPhone 6 Rhino Shield screen protector is shock-absorbent, fingerprint proof, and practically bullet-proof. Since it’s made of a glass-like material, you won’t even notice it’s there while it also won’t shatter like most glass screen protectors. This is definitely the best screen protector for a reckless and/or clumsy person.