So, you’re Valentine this year is a bit of a tech-geek. There’s nothing wrong with that! But, you may be afraid that the person with the fully outfitted smart home might not be impressed by flowers and chocolate. We understand. That’s why we’re putting together a quick guide that might give you the perfect gift for the techie in your life. Here are the five most romantic tech gifts for your significant other.
Digital Picture Frame
Whether it’s for their office or their nightstand, everybody likes have pictures of their loved ones. But the classic picture frame is so outdated, don’t you think? Why have one picture when you can have as many as you want! Ditch your homemade picture frame for a digital picture frame that you could preload with pictures from your first date to your latest vacation. Something like the Nix Advance 8-Inch Digital Photo Frame would be perfect.
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The days of passing notes in class are over. You’re an adult now, which means you’re looking for a sophisticated way to send your love notes. Look no further than the Lovebox. With an app, send messages or drawings to the Lovebox, which will alert your partner and display the message for them. It’s the perfect way to show them that you are thinking about them, even from afar.
Maybe your partner wants flowers but you want to find something that will last a little bit longer. Something that will be as eternal as your love. If you want something a bit more creative than flowers, check out these buildable flowers from LEGO. Not only will they last much longer than your typical bouquet, but it will also give you and your partner a nice Valentine’s Day activity, working on building the flowers together.
Have you ever sat there, thinking of the one you love, wondering if they are thinking of you too? Well, with a simple set of lamps, you can know for sure whenever they are thinking of you. Trigger your lamp whenever you think of your partner, and their lamp, no matter how far away, will light up too, letting them know that they crossed your mind. For an idea, check out this long-distance lamp!
Maybe you and your partner are struggling through a long-distance relationship, and you’re desperately looking for something that might help bring you together. Pillow Talk might be exactly what you’re looking for. Each partner receives a wristband that they wear to bed and a small speaker you place under your pillow. The wristbands puck up on your realtime heartbeats and send them to the other person’s pillow speaker, allowing you to hear your partner’s heartbeat from miles away.