Take the stress out of Christmas shopping with tech gifts, creativity

Shopping for Christmas gifts is stressful enough – let alone when you’re trying to find that perfect gift for your special someone. Or it could be tough to buy for someone who has everything, or someone you don’t know very well.

These ideas might help in the search for that perfect present.

When it comes to choosing gifts for the hard-to-buy-for people in your life, you can’t go wrong with technology. Spoil your significant other with a new phone for Christmas.

If Santa’s feeling generous, a laptop would make a perfect gift. Regardless of your budget, there’s a perfect pick to put under your Christmas tree this year. From an Acer to a Macbook Air, the person will feel lucky to receive a gift like t his.

Another wonderful present everyone will love – a new TV. Television prices plummet around this time of year, and it’s the perfect time to get a great deal. There’s a variety of categories so whether you want to go curved or flat, smart TV or not, you can get the best bang for your buck with the holiday’s specials.

Digital Trends notes the best bargain TV is the TCL Roku TV 55″ screen for $600.

When it comes to getting gifts for the hard-to-buy-for people in your life, creativity is more important than money. Take a few moments to think about what they like and dislike, their hobbies and their passions. You’re sure to find the perfect present to make a lasting impression.

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