5 Holiday Tech Gift Ideas for Everyone on Your List

Christmas is fast approaching and tech gifts are always hugely popular. Liz Gumbinner, editor-in-chief of Coolmomtech.com, stopped by " GMA LIVE!" today with some of the latest and greatest gift picks for the tech-lovers in your life.

1. The Fitbit Flex Wireless Wristband

  • For the Fitness Buff
  • Price: $99.99
  • The slim, stylish device tracks your steps, distance and calories burned all day. With features like a daily alarm, wireless syncing and PC-downloading capability, it's the motivation you need to get out and be more active, Gumbinner says.

2. Nabi Jr. 4GB Tablet

  • Perfect for Kids
  • Price: $99.99
  • This "first tablet" for kids is a favorite at Coolmomtech.com because of its fast Android system, safety features, expandable memory and price point. Plus, with a safe-drop bumper, it's built to last, and can be shared among siblings who are close in age.

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3. SoundFlow Soundboard

    • Perfect for Music Lovers
    • Price: $29.99
    • Just place any smartphone with music playing on top of the Soundboard to enjoy music in a big way. No connections are necessary, and the device offers enhanced sound from its dual-ported audio design, volume controls, and a 3.5mm audio in jack. It's also great for conference calls, Gumbinner says.

4. 808 CANZ Bluetooth Wireless Speakers

  • Perfect for Music Lovers
  • Price: $34.99
  • Smaller than a soda can, 808 CANZ Bluetooth Wireless Speakers provide quality sound and intense bass in a little package, via a Bluetooth wireless or a line-in connection.

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5. ShutterBall by Audiovox

  • Perfect for Teens, Stocking Stuffer
  • Price: $24.99
  • ShutterBall helps you take the perfect selfie or group portrait without distortion. The device, compatible with a host of smartphones, works via Bluetooth and snaps self and group photos or video at a distance of up to 60 feet.

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