3 great tech gifts to celebrate the class of 2020
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3 great tech gifts to celebrate the class of 2020


The sun’s out, but we’re stuck inside. And in lieu of mortarboards being thrown skyward, many colleges are preparing to host their graduation ceremonies online instead. Yes, that’s going to be a tough transition that no one anticipated even just 90 days ago. And that’s why 2020 graduates deserve a generous gift this year. To that end, we’ve picked out 3 of the best indoor gear we’ve reviewed that cost between $100 and $250.


Vizio SB3621

It’s safe to say that the other devices on this list pale in comparison with the value of this Vizio Honest-to-goodness sound quality — complete with a wireless subwoofer. It will have your grad thanking you every time they blast a movie. Your wallet will thank you for the price.

Find it on Amazon.

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The Nintendo Switch Lite is a capable and pocketable console that plays nearly all of the same games as the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch Lite

If your grad doesn’t need the TV connection or team-play capabilities of the original Switch — which is impossible to get, anyway — the Switch Lite (pictured above) is a capable and pocketable console that plays nearly all of the same great games.

Find it on Amazon.


Sonos One

If you want to give your grad the gift of improved sound quality, or the ability to ask for tunes out loud, there can be only One. It works with Alexa or Google Assistant, and it’s compatible with AirPlay 2 streaming.

Find it on Amazon.



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