The Best Tech Gadgets Under $40, in 2019


It doesn’t matter whether you’re running a conference call, listening to music, or getting fit – our high-tech gadget picks will help you achieve it for less than $40.


ZTE Z432, $40

Long-lasting battery life? Check. Tactile QWERTY keyboard? Check. Compact size and light weight? Check. If texting, calling, and emailing is 99% of what you do on your phone, this one is the best.

Wireless earbuds

Skullcandy Smokin’ Buds 2 wireless earphones, $30

Lightweight, discreet, and stylish in form and function, this pair of earphones from Skullcandy feature great sound that no pair of $30 earphones should.

Wireless charger

Seneo wireless charger, $20

An inexpensive, no-frills, all-steak wireless charger for Qi-enabled smartphones and devices. The three-year warranty isn’t anything to sneeze at either.

Security camera

Wyze Cam Pan, $30

Inexpensive yet feature-packed, the Wyze Cam Pan is a perfect way to keep tabs on your family or your home from your smartphone, with motion tracking, alerts, two-way communication, and backup.

Fitness tracker

Xiaomi MI Band 3, $25

Plenty to love about this cost-effective fitness tracker. Nothing in the market does as much as this band at its price point – and it can go as much as 20 days without a recharge.

Smart lightbulbs

Eufy Lumos Smart Bulb, $35

You can gain complete control of your lighting at home with these bulbs, which don’t require a hub. You can send it commands via Google Assistant or Alexa, too.

Cooking thermometer

Polder Stable-Read, $20

An impeccably precise thermometer for any application at a fantastic price point.

Card reader

SumUp Air, $19

Compact and fuss-free, this contactless card reader will help you sort out all payments you take, no matter what.

Electronic measure

ARAS laser distance meter, $26

Fast and accurate, with support for length, area, and volume measurement in a handy package – measurement doesn’t get simpler than this.


VersionTECH mini handheld fan, $13

This folding fan comes with a rechargeable battery straight out of the box as well as a micro USB charging cord. Perfect for any hot situation.

Bluetooth speaker

Tribit XSound Go, £25

This affordable boom tube packs a lot of punch for its price: pristine sound, rich bass, and supreme battery life (24 hours) in a waterproof package.


Logitech M510 wireless computer mouse, $19

Ergonomically-designed shape, with Bluetooth, programmable controls, long-lasting battery life, and compatible with most operating systems, this handy mouse will provide supreme tactile control for arrows and cursors.

Bluetooth keyboard

Logitech K380 multi-device keyboard, $22

Responsive, pleasing tactile feel, with plug-and-play functionality for every OS as well as top-notch battery life.

Wifi extender

TP-Link RE200 AC750, $28

Broadband conking out in a spacious home? Plug a couple of these boys in strategic locations for a continuous and stable internet connection.


Magic Bullet Blender, $30

Do your juicing, blending, and souping with this aptly-named blender offering in seconds. At a can’t lose price point, nonetheless – and it comes with a free recipe book to boot.


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