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106 Best Tech Gifts for Programmers, Coders, and Techies (2019)

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When it comes to tech gifts, there are so many different categories and options that it can send you into analysis paralysis. That’s why I created this roundup to make it a little easier to find super-cool gifts for techies in your life!

No matter who you’re buying for, this tech gifts guide has you covered. You’ll find cool tech gifts for programmers, gifts for computer science majors, gifts for coders who are still learning or job-hunting, gadget gifts for techies and smart home enthusiasts, gifts for gamers, coding gifts for kids, teens, and tweens, and fun stocking stuffers or Secret Santa tech gifts for coworkers.

Use the table of contents to jump around and find the best tech gifts for your friends and loved ones!

Psst! Looking for last-minute gift ideas? Most of these technology gifts are available with next-day delivery via Amazon Prime or come with digital delivery. Phew!

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Gifts for Programmers / Software Engineers / Computer Science Majors

For a giftee who spends their days immersed in the world of tech, these gifts for programmers will make their lives easier, healthier, and more enjoyable! You can also use these ideas as gifts for computer science students or gifts for software engineers.

Kinesis Advantage2

This ergonomic keyboard is perfect for programmers who spend all day in front of their computers. With its Contoured keyboard design and low-force mechanical key switches, the Kinesis Advantage2 increases both comfort and productivity. Even better, it’s designed to be plug-and-play on all major operating systems.

kinesis advantage2

Unicomp Ultra Classic Model M Black Buckling Spring 104 Key USB Keyboard

For techies who prefer a more traditional keyboard, this certainly fits the bill. The “Model M” has been popular for decades thanks to its enjoyable “clicky” tactile experience. The buckling spring key switch improves accuracy by instantly recording keystrokes with no delay, helping you feel your code.

unicomp ultra classic USB keyboard

Gimars Enlarge Superfine Fibre Soft Gel Memory Foam Set Ergonomic Mouse Pad

Like a good keyboard, a good mouse pad can help prevent problems like carpal tunnel and joint pain. The memory foam provides comfort and support, reducing the stress on the wrist, elbow, and shoulder.

gimars mouse pad wrist support

Gaiam Classic Balance Ball Chair

There’s plenty of research on how being sedentary for too many hours can poorly impact our health. This chair offers a compromise, allowing users to stay more active via “micro-movements” while sitting. The extra physical activity can also help keep the mind engaged and improve productivity.

gaiam classic balance ball chair

Ergotron WorkFit-S Dual with Worksurface

Another way to combat the perils of a sedentary lifestyle is to mix it up with standing! This worksurface lets you convert any surface into a standing desk (and back again). It’s height-adjustable and can fit a keyboard, mouse, and two monitors, making it customizable for any programmer’s needs.

ergotron dual sit stand workstation

Cyxus Blue Light Filter Computer Glasses

Help the programmers in your life prevent eye fatigue, blurred vision, and headaches with these blue-light-blocking computer glasses. The clear lens blocks ultraviolet radiation and protects the eyes.

cyxus bluelight glasses

Mobile UI/UX Design Notebook

App designers and developers want to provide a great user experience, and that starts with wireframes, mockups, and prototypes. This notebook makes it easy to sketch ideas and brainstorm successful user flows.

mobile ui uix design notebook

Circuit Board Cufflinks

These cufflinks are made from an Intel ATX motherboard, making them a perfect fashion statement for the tech professional in your life.

mrpuff pc motherboard computer chip

Circuit Board Drop Earrings

This set of blue motherboard-themed earrings makes a great STEM Christmas gift for women in tech—mixing unique and fashionable with just the right touch of nerdy.

dangling drop oval charm earrings

VIZ-PRO Magnetic Dry Erase Board

This large whiteboard makes a great gift for coders who want to get away from the screen to brainstorm and sketch diagrams and code by hand.

viz pro magnetic dry erase board

Computer Monitor Message Board

Tech professionals are well-known for having dozens of sticky notes on their computers and desks at any given time, so organizational tools can make great Christmas gifts for programmers. This simple memo pad sticks to the side of their screen so they can organize their notes at eye level, and it’s cheap enough to make a perfect stocking stuffer.

computer monitor message board

Quartet Glass Whiteboard Desktop Computer Pad with Storage Drawer

One more level up from sticky notes is this whiteboard-meets-drawer, designed to maximize the efficiency of a programmer’s work area. It’s perfect for figuring out code without needing to step away from the desk, and keeping important info front-and-center.

quartet glass computer pad

Pluralsight

Tech moves at lightning speed, so think about giving computer science gifts that help your giftee future-proof their skills. Pluralsight offers skill assessments, interactive courses, and hands-on projects in areas like web development, IT ops, and cybersecurity.

The best part is, you don’t have to choose what course to buy: your gift will give them access to the entire course library so they can pick for themselves!

  • Price: $29 for one month, $87 for three months, $179 for a year, or $449 for a year at the premium level
  • Buy it on Pluralsight (see options)
plural sight

HP Pavilion 21.5-Inch IPS LED HDMI VGA Monitor

Extra monitors make fantastic gifts for someone starting a new job, because studies show that working with dual monitors increases productivity by 20-50%. You’ll save them the trouble of toggling back and forth as they work on code, look up solutions, communicate on the work chat tool, and so on.

hp pavillion ips led hdmi

AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order ($12.99)

For programmers who enjoy an international perspective on technology, this book offers a look into China’s astonishingly rapid developments in the artificial intelligence space recently.

ai superpowers

Creative Market gift card

Programmers can use these to get the ready-to-use design assets they need for their creative/development projects, e.g. fonts, graphics, icons, and mockups.

  • Price: $20, $50, or $100
  • Buy it on Creative Market
    • Use the above link to log in or create an account
    • Then buy a gift card here (must be logged in to buy)
creativemarket gift card

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Gifts for Aspiring Techies Learning to Code

Support your friends/loved ones on their learn-to-code journeys with these awesome education-oriented coding gifts.

CanaKit Raspberry Pi 4 4GB Starter Kit

This isn’t a raspberry pie you can eat; it’s better! The device is actually a tiny computer that plugs into a monitor or TV and allows people to learn programming and explore other tech topics. The Raspberry Pi is definitely one of the coolest computer coding gifts for adults or kids that’s out there, and the starter kit below includes everything your giftee needs to get running with it.

canakit raspberry starter kit

Udemy course

Udemy offers 100,000 online courses on a variety of topics—on everything from programming to knitting. Among these courses, these three are some of the best gifts for coders looking to improve their skills or even launch a new career:

  • Computer Science 101: Master the Theory Behind Programming
  • The Web Developer Bootcamp
  • The Data Science Course 2019: Complete Data Science Bootcamp

See this guide for more of my top web dev picks.

  • Price: Various, usually anywhere from $10-$300, but they often have sales.
  • Browse courses on Udemy and click Gift This Course on the chosen course sales page

Team Treehouse course

Team Treehouse offers 300+ courses with on-demand videos and interactive code challenges, and they’re all tech-related.
Unlike Udemy, you don’t have to choose a course to buy for your giftee: a subscription gift gives them access to many courses. For instance, they could take courses like:

  • Build a Basic PHP Website
  • Build a Simple iPhone App with Swift v5
  • Introduction to Wireframing
  • Machine Learning Basics

So if you’re not sure what kinds of courses to buy, a Team Treehouse gift provides a veritable smorgasbord of information!

  • Price: $25/mo Basic, $49/mo Pro, $199/mo Techdegree; let support know how many months you want to gift at what level.
  • Gift a subscription to someone by emailing help@teamtreehouse.com
treehouse library

Skillshare

This is another amazing option for a “choose your own adventure” course gift for programmers. A subscription gift offers unlimited access to more than 24,000 online classes, including:

  • Introduction to Programming
  • Intro to UX: Fundamentals of Usability
  • The JavaScript Toolkit: Write Cleaner, Faster & Better Code
  • Demystifying Artificial Intelligence: Understanding Machine Learning
  • Adobe Photoshop CC – Essentials Training Course

Course topics go beyond technology to business, design, entrepreneurship, writing, and more, so it’s an especially good gift for a programmer who might want to start their own business one day.

skillshare gift cards

GoSkills Unlimited

Courses on GoSkills teach various career skills like Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop, Illustrator, project management, finance, marketing, leadership training, and more. They have a few programming courses too, but the focus here is more on those resume-boosting skills.

  • Price: $39 for a month of GoSkills Unlimited or buy an individual course (usually $29/mo)
  • First, sign up here. Then, see options on their Gifts page.
go skills

One Month course

The first month of learning to code is usually the hardest, which is why One Month courses are designed to guide total beginners through that time. Whether they’d like to learn HTML, JavaScript, Python, Ruby, or a basic programming overview, a One Month course can get them started in a way they’ll want to stick with. One new course starts every month and runs for 30 days, but students retain access to content for 6 months.

one month

Books

The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master ($21)

Understand software development outside the confines of a singular language or framework. This book breaks down important concepts and contains practical advice to help programmers understand what it’s all about.

pragmatic programmer

Code Complete: A Practical Handbook of Software Construction, Second Edition ($16)

This book is full of best practices that will help programmers write better software. Whatever your experience level, you can use this clear, pragmatic advice to get better at everything from debugging to collaborative development.

code complete

Absolute Beginner's Guide to C ($8.75)

Got questions about C? This bestselling guide talks to beginners at their level. You’ll learn how to get started with C and get helpful reference cards and charts to keep on hand as you dive in.

absolute beginners guide to c

Java: A Beginner's Guide ($23.50)

Before even beginning a Java course, read this book to build a foundation of knowledge about the language. Learn core keywords, constructs, and syntax, and how to create and run Java programs.

java-beginners-guide

Ruby: Programming, Master's Handbook: A TRUE Beginner's Guide ($11.67)

For beginners interested in Ruby, this book explains the essentials of data structures and functions, common mistakes to avoid, and shortcuts to get you coding quickly.

ruby programming

The Joy of PHP: A Beginner's Guide to Programming Interactive Web Applications with PHP and mySQL ($18.95)

This book is designed to take readers from “never wrote a line of code before” to “programming interactive web apps.” There are hands-on exercises in each lesson to help reinforce concepts along the way.

the joy of php

A Smarter Way to Learn JavaScript ($18.95)

JavaScript is a widely used language that’s a great choice for beginners to learn. This book was written for readers new to JavaScript (and programming in general). It pairs with interactive website exercises to be completed after each chapter, in order to improve comprehension and retention.

smarter way to learn java script

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Gifts for Tech Job-Hunters

If your giftee is a graduating computer science major or a career-changer looking to move into tech after they’ve learned to code, these gifts are specifically designed to help them prep for the job search.

Portfolio Dojo

One of my courses! Portfolio Dojo is an online course focused on helping total beginners build a portfolio from start to finish. The course is geared toward those who want to work in tech—but don’t worry, there’s no need to be an expert developer/programmer/designer just yet. I’ll teach you EXACTLY what you need to know so you can make a portfolio that showcases your skills, impresses recruiters and clients, and ultimately gets results!

portfolio dojo

The 5-Day LinkedIn Crash Course

If you’re looking for a new career in tech, or a new career in any field for that matter, you need to be on LinkedIn and your profile needs to make you look like an A-player. This crash course has been designed so that your giftee can fly through it in 5 days or less.

5 day linkedin crashed course

InterviewCake

Technical interviews are a different beast than interviews are with many other jobs, because they involve doing timed challenges. Interview Cake breaks down the process of tech interviews, going over dozens of common questions and teaching you strategies for finding the answers.

  • Price: $149 for the 3 weeks “Crunch Time” access or $249 for 3 months access to the full course
  • Buy it on Interview Cake
interview cake

AlgoExpert

Another resource to help job-hunters prepare for tech interviews. It comes with 77 coding interview questions to practice with.

algo expert

Books

No Degree, No Problem ($9.97)

You don’t have to have a college degree to succeed in the tech world. This book, which comes in Kindle or audiobook form, is a guide to landing a Ruby on Rails job.

no degree no problem

Swipe to Unlock: The Primer on Technology and Business Strategy ($9.99)

Technology and business are closely linked in many roles. Great for readers pursuing any kind of management, consulting, or strategy role in tech.

swipe to unlock

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Gifts for Gadget Junkies

Any tech enthusiasts will enjoy these gadget gifts, whether they work in the industry or not.

JE Wireless Smartphone Charger

This high-speed wireless charging pad for QI-enabled devices can charge three phones at the same time (and AirPods too!). Check the list of compatible models to make sure your recipient's phone is compatible.

wireless charger station

Anker PowerCore 10000 Portable Charger

Keep your phone charged on the go—whether you’re traveling, hiking in the wilderness or wandering around a city. This 10000mAh external battery is small and light, but can provide 2-3 full charges for your phone.

anker powercore 1000

Apple AirPods

These popular wireless earphones sync with Apple devices to provide up to 5 hours of listening time per charge, and come with a convenient charging case.

apple airpods

Google Nest Wifi Router

For anyone whose house has annoying wifi “dead zones,” Nest Wifi plugs into modems to provide up to 2200 square feet of strong, reliable internet.

google nest wifi router

Bose Noise Cancelling 700 Headphones

These are some of the best noise-canceling headphones on the market, with 11 levels that let you decide whether to block all sound or allow ambient sounds. You’ll get up to 20 hours of battery life per charge and easy access to voice assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant.

bose noise cancelling bluetooth headphones

DJI Mavic Mini Portable Drone Quadcopter

For the photographer or videographer in your life, this compact drone offers professional HD picture quality and easy controls. It’s perfect for first-time drone users, because if you worry about crashing the drone while flying, just let go of the controller and the drone will stop and hover. It can fly for 30 minutes on a full charge, stream from up to 2.5 miles, and has a feature to return when the battery gets low.

dji mavic moni portable drone

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Gifts for Smart Home Enthusiasts

Know someone who loves to upgrade their home with modern inventions? These are some of the coolest tech gifts you can get them!

Philips Hue White LED

Control up to 10 lights in one room with this Bluetooth smart lighting system. You can also connect a voice assistant, so Alexa can turn the lights off when you’re ready for bed!

philips hue white led

Teckin Smart Wi-Fi Plugs

Automate your appliances to fit your schedule without lifting a finger. You can use these plugs to turn on your coffee maker in the morning, activate your lamp to help you wake up to light, turn the fan on from your phone when you’re hot, have your Christmas lights on when you get home from work, and more. When you’re done, you can turn everything off from your phone too! Streamline your daily routine and save on your electric bill by not leaving devices on longer than you need them.

techin smart wifi plugs

Amazon Echo Plus

The Echo Plus is a premium speaker and smart home hub that can work with compatible smart devices to use voice control on things like lights, temperatures, and door locks. Ask Alexa to play your favorite music and adjust the equalizer settings so the sound is the way you like it. You can also ask for weather, sports scores, and more.

amazon echo plus

Amazon Echo Dot

This lower-cost alternative to the Echo Plus is a smaller voice-controlled speaker that can make calls, control compatible smart home devices, give you music, news, information, etc.

SmartMUG

Staying hydrated is important! This smart mug can show your drink temperature and volume and track your daily liquid consumption.

smart mug

ZUS Smart Vehicle Health Monitor

For DIY mechanics or anyone who wants to understand their car better, this monitor makes it easy. It plugs into a car’s OBD-II port, which is connected to the check engine light, and syncs with an app to provide you with real-time alerts, suggestions, or the meanings of error codes. The predictive algorithm lets you know about potential issues based on your type of vehicle and past data.

zus smart vehicle health monitor

Kasa Smart Light Switch

Replace regular light switches with smart versions. They connect to wifi and are controllable via an app and several voice assistants.

kasa smart light switch

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Gifts for Gamers

For those in your life who enjoy immersing themselves in other worlds through games, these high-tech gifts will definitely upgrade their experience.

Oculus Quest All-in-one VR Gaming Headset

Virtual reality has been heralded for decades as a futuristic technology, and Oculus is one of the first to make it a reality. Sensors inside the headset track your movements and translate them to the game, while the controllers let you use your hands and feel impacts.

oculus gaming vr

Kinesis Freestyle Edge RGB Split Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

This keyboard was specifically made with gaming convenience in mind. You can separately position the left and right halves to fit your setup, and all 95 keys are programmable. Plus, it features backlighting with customizable light effects!

kinesis gaming freestyle

Logitech G433 7.1 Wired Gaming Headset

Gamers can experience the world of the game in surround sound, thanks to the patent-pending audio drivers in this headset.

logitech g433 7.1 gaming headset

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controller Pair

The controllers in this pair each have a full set of buttons, so they can be used separately with independent motion control or connected to work together.

nintendo switch

Sega Genesis Mini

This mini Genesis is designed to get you gaming the second it’s out of the box. It’s loaded with 42 classic games and comes with everything you need to get started.

sega genesis mini

Razer Basilisk Gaming Mouse

This mouse delivers the precision that gamers need for fast-paced games and instant decision making. It has sensitivity adjustment and programmable buttons so gamers can customize it to their needs.

razer basilisk

X Rocker Pro 51259 H3 4.1 Audio Gaming Chair

Game in comfort and style: this ergonomic floor chair provides an immersive experience thanks to its speakers, subwoofers, and vibration motors that connect with gaming systems, music, or movies.

x rocker pro 51259

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Tech/Coding Gifts for Kids, Tweens, and Teens

Kids are never too young to start learning new things and exploring their passions. Since the new generation is growing up side-by-side with tech, chances are they’ll take to these coding for kids gifts like a duck to water.

Young children

Infant onesies (for ages 0-2)

future programmer babydiaperdiaper

Fisher-Price Code ‘n Learn Kinderbot (for ages 3-6)

This interactive robot helps preschoolers get ready for kindergarten. They can input codes to map a path for the Kinderbot and learn colors, numbers, and phrases. Challenges increase in difficulty as kids solve previous ones, and the robot pal offers positive feedback along the way.

fisher price code n learn

Echo Dot Kids Edition with Echo Glow (for ages 3+)

This kids version of the Echo Dot lets them play music, stories, and educational skills while emitting bold colors to excite them or soft colors to soothe.

echo dots kids edition

The Learning Journey Code and Learn! Ladybug (for ages 5+)

Kids will learn to program this remote-control ladybug to reach the destination on cards they draw from a deck. They’ll learn sequencing, logic, and more.

the learning journey code and learn

Botley the Coding Robot Activity Set (for ages 5-8)

One more robot-style STEM toy! Kids can learn to code with Botley, whose features can scale as their skills do. They can program a path for him, use coding cards, and build obstacle courses for him to navigate.

botley the coding robot activity set

Coding Awbie Game – Coding & Problem Solving (for ages 5-12)

19 magnetic coding blocks connect with an iPad or Fire tablet to determine a character’s journey on the screen. Teaches computational thinking and encourages creativity.

coding awbie game

Books

How to Code a Sandcastle (for ages 4-8; $9.99)
This fun story introduces little ones to coding concepts in an accessible way. They’ll learn about breaking big problems down into little steps, being specific with instructions, using sequences and loops, and more!

how to code a sandcastle

My First Coding Book (for ages 5-7; $12.99)
Another fantastic coding-for-kids gift book filled with puzzles, mazes, and games that introduce crucial coding concepts and teach logic and critical thinking.

my first coding book

Older children

Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (various ages)

This tablet is a great starter for kids, due to the simple yet robust parental controls. Create a profile for each child, set time limits, and allow age-appropriate access to games, books, and apps with the included Amazon FreeTime.

amazon fire and hd tablet

Kano Computer Kit – A Computer Anyone Can Make (for ages 6+)
Kids can build their own computers and use them with this kit! It comes with a Raspberry Pi 3, step-by-step instructions, a wireless keyboard with track pad, a unique Kano operating system, programmable lights, and 100+ apps and coding challenges. The Raspberry Pi computer plugs into any HDMI screen (HDMI cable is provided, screen is not).

kano computer kit

Kano Harry Potter Coding Kit

This DIY kit will let kids build Bluetooth coding wands, code them with creative challenges, and make magic with a wave and flick.

kano harry potter coding kit

Robot Wars Coding Board Game (for ages 7+)

This board game blends Java code into English commands to guide kids through how a computer uses sequential logic to execute code. It’s a 2-4 player game that takes an hour or less to play.

robot wars coding board game

UBTECH Mythical Series: Unicornbot Kit-App-Enabled Building & Coding Stem Learning Kit

What could be better than building a robot unicorn? It comes with 440 snap-together parts, several motors, a control box, a Blockly coding system that lets kids program with colors, and (of course) a light-up horn.

ubtech mythical series

Ultimate Coding and Circuit Kit for Kids

Kids will be able to start experimenting with code and simple electronics with this kit. They can pair the experience with online videos and lessons, get started with pre-written code and challenges, then strike out on their own to tweak things on their own.

ultimate coding and circuit kit

Books

Code Your Own Games!: 20 Games to Create with Scratch (for ages 6 to 11; $7.11)
This book teaches kids key concepts they need to build their own computer games with MIT’s free software Scratch. It guides them through the steps with illustrated instructions so they can make 20 popular games like Snake.

code your own games

Girls Who Code: Learn to Code and Change the World (for ages 10+; $11.65)
For the tech girls in your life! They’ll get inspired with real-life stories of women who work at places like NASA, then learn coding principles in an accessible way that will get them excited to create their own apps, games, and more.

girls who code

Teens

Instax Share SP-2 Photo Printer

Photography has come full-circle, from Poloroids to the modern Instax, so photogs can instantly transform their pictures from digital to physical. Teens can send images from their smartphones or tablets to this photo printer and have them printed in 10 seconds.

fujifilm instax share

FPV Drone with Camera

This mini drone is one of the more affordable options on the market and offers an easy, stable flight experience ideal for new drone flyers. It has an HD camera and real-time wifi transmission so teens can take their photo and video capabilities to the sky.

fpv drone with camera 1080p hd

Merge VR/AR Goggles

These goggles are compatible with iOS and Android smartphones to create a virtual or augmented reality experience. The phone fits inside the headset to bring specially designed Miniverse.io educational STEM games and videos front-and-center.

merge vr ar goggles

iPad

When kids are ready to graduate to a new tablet, the iPad is hard to beat, offering high-quality cameras, stereo speakers, support for Apple Pencil to let teens unleash artistic creativity, and tons of apps.

new apple ipad

Tile Stickers

No more running around before school to find a lost phone, glasses case, keys, etc—just stick these Bluetooth tracking tiles to whatever you want to make sure you can easily find. Pairs with Alexa.

tile sticker

Vector Robot by Anki

Vector is more than an assistant—he’s an AI companion with personality and reactions to his environment. Vector is controlled with an iOS or Android app, and the voice activation feature enables you to ask questions, take photos, set reminders, and more. The robot can also navigate and recharge on his own.

vektor robot by anki

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Secret Santa / Stocking Fillers

These little tech gift ideas are perfect for coworkers, workplace white elephants, Secret Santas, or as stocking stuffers.

Programming Stickers

If you know multiple techies, you can get little STEM gifts for them all at once! These packs come with 50 stickers to decorate cars, laptops, guitars, luggage, and more.

programming stickers

T-shirts

A lot of tech workplaces have relaxed dress codes, so these T-shirt gifts for coders will have them looking on point.

code like a girl shirtjava script coffee mug shirtblue screen of death shirt

Socks

We hate getting socks as kids and love them as adults!

do not disturb coding sockscode compression sockscircuit board socks

Ties

Even for a programmer who chafes at wearing ties, these compliment-earning designs will make it a little more bearable.

circuit board tieties suck in binaryprogrammer tie

getDigital Binary Wrist Watch for Programmers

Once your brain is trained in the language of computers, it’s fun to use it in everyday life—like by telling time in binary!

binary wrist watch

Bryson Screen Cleaner

A safe, effective spray that cleans dust and fingerprints off screens without leaving streaks.

bryson screen cleaner

Progo Ultra Absorbent Microfiber Cleaning Cloths

Can be paired with a spray or used dry on equipment that liquid shouldn’t touch. The microfiber cloths grab dirt, grease, and dust.

progo ultra absorbent cleaning cloths

Cable Management Box by Baskiss

Walk into a programmer’s workspace and there’s a good chance you’ll be tripping over a hundred cords. This box keeps cables organized and dust-free!

cable management box

‘Fixer of Everything’ Novelty Wooden Desk Warning Sign

These retro gold desk plaques make funny gifts for software engineers or IT employees!

fixer of everything novelty wooden warning design

Tech rubber ducks

“Rubber duck debugging” is a fun method of debugging code. The idea is that by explaining a problem to someone (or someduck), you’ll understand it better and quickly find a fix. These tech-inspired duckies make great desk decorations and debugging assistants!

tech rubber ducks

Floppy disk coasters

Protects desks from beverage condensation and reminds techies of their roots.

floppy disk coasters

Programmer Mugs

6 stages of debugging mugcoffee code mugcoffee html mugengineer nutritional facts mugshrug emoticon mugerror 404 mugalgorithm mugprogrammer mug

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Tech Gifts by Price

On a budget? All the products in this tech gift guide are organized according to price below (highest to lowest).

$100+

$50-100

$20-50

Under $20

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