What’s up, Today, let’s take a look at the tech that’s under 50$. There’s going to be some way below some right at 50 dollars.
But there are some great products to show you. So let’s go ahead, get started. The first product that I’m going to show you are well below 50 dollars and a partner with Chamberlain to show you their smart garage hub.
There’s a misconception that adding smart functionality to the existing garage doors is expensive. It’s not.
This add-on is compatible with most garage door openers that are out there. Everything that you need comes inside of the box. All you need to do is mount the hub and then plug it in.
You just use 3M to stick on the door sensor and in just a few minutes you’ll have control over your garage door directly through the app.
No matter where you are in the world, the reason to get this ad on is the convenience and peace of mind. There’s a lot of times where I second guess if my garage door is open or not.
And then I can just check it with a voice assistant if it’s close or not, and then just close it by voice. And if you check this product out, in the past they did use to charge for smart home functionality with voice assistance.
But that is now gone since somewhere that is free. So you no longer have to worry about a subscription. If you’re worried about safety, then don’t be. I love that on my iPhone that I can use face I.D. to authenticate before I open the door.
And I do appreciate that. You can’t open the garage door by voice because if somebody is just yelling outside and catches that voice assistant, they might open your door. But you can’t close the door by voice, which is really nice.
If you buy from Amazon, which is pretty much all of us. Chamberlain, partner with Amazon key to giving secure access to the garage door for package safety. It’s never a code.
They make sure that your garage door closes before they move on to the next delivery and you get a notification the doors close and the packages are safe. This is such a great add-on for the smart home.
Once you have this convenience and functionality, you’ll never want to go back.
So make sure you check that link down below because you will not believe what this is the price that right now the price is insane. So go ahead and pick one up. You will not regret it. All right. So here’s a fun gift that’s definitely gonna bring a smile to your face. Yes.
You are seeing this, right? This is a talking bear. The bear itself is cheap. It’s about 10$.
But if you have an Amazon Echo, you can link this up with Alexa to play music through Amazon Music, and it will just start dancing automatically.
I love it when you say that word. The bear perks up and when you set a timer through your echo when the timer is up, the bear will shake it and let you know.
You can get this and an echo dot together a package for less than 50 bucks. So pick this up if you want a good laugh. Next up is the Roku premiere.
This 4K streaming stick is about 30 bucks right now, and it’s a no-brainer.
This is great. It comes with the remote and the setup is incredibly easy.
You had access to all the great streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Disney, Plus.
And what I like is that you can use your smartphone the remote and privately listen on your headphones to the Roku app, which is incredible for nighttime viewing. The next thing is something that I’ve been using for years and this is something that I cannot live without.
This is the Nomad Universal Cable, and this solves a lot of problems for me, especially when I travel because I own too much tech. And while I wish everything was USGBC, that is just not the case.
So that’s why this cable is so cool because all three micro USP, USGBC, and Apple’s Lightning, which makes your life a lot easier, it’s tough. The quality is nice.
And this is my travel court of choice because I can take one cable and not worry if I need to charge something that has micro USP in 2019 and 2020.
It doesn’t make sense, but it’s still here. If you don’t want to wire charger compatible device, a good wireless charger is key.
I’ve been using this speaking 1 for a while now and it’s affordable. It is single device charging, but it supports up to 10 watts, which is great. So if you have an iPhone that will give it full power. It’s very simple.
Just put your compatible device on top and it just starts charging.
But if you want something that you can take with you, there is a ramped power battery bank with a wireless charger on top. This has a 10400 million power battery and charges up to 10 watts. So full power for the iPhone well.
This is perfect for air pods. Galaxy Bugs 2. This does have a USB port you can charge.
Traditionally well. This is pretty clutch.
The next thing is not for everyone, but if you have an older car without Bluetooth or erode noise is too heavy on your drive for your phone to properly hear your voice commands.
Then check out the role of Bolt. These powers do the cigaret lighter plug-in allows you to add Google Assistant to your car with a sensitive far-field Mike. It uses your phone’s data connection, which is nice, and it has an auxiliary port on the side.
So if your car is older but has a headphone jack, you can have all of that Google assistant goodness in your own car. Of course, with this in your car, you can do everything they can do with Google assistance. You can play music.
You can skip. Tracks, you can control your smart home before you come home.
And what’s great about this is that it does add 2 USB ports, so that is nice. So you can charge your smartphone when you’re coming home. The thing about this is that it works best with Android. I think ISIS is still in beta right now.
So I think this would be much more powerful if it worked better with ISIS because I personally like Google assistant better than Siri. But don’t tell Siri, tell her because I want Siri to get better. So the last thing that I want to show you is this.
If you have Philips, you lighting in your house, this wireless dimmer switch is awesome.
I can demand lights with a remote control that can magnetically connect to this plate, which you can put on the wall, and it can act as a light switch.
It’s really easy to set up in the new app. And of course, you can just turn the lights on and off, but you can set four different scenes for your lights and just cycle through them with the on a button.
You are limited to what you can set in terms of scenes. But I do like the fact you can group your lights. So I can do all of my kitchens or I can just make remote control all of the downstairs if I want. It’s affordable and it’s functional.
So sometimes just nice to build a hit, a physical switch and things work. So that about does it for tech under 50$. So let me know what you guys think about these products. Which 1 was your favorite?
And let me know which price point that I should add next. Should I go?
25. Should I go above 100. Let me know in the comments section below.