Here are the top 5 gadgets you need to get through your 20s
While hoverboards and Iron Man suits are not on the market -- yet -- there are some quite cool gadgets that can bring a tech boost to your life as a millennial. Here are the top 10 things you should totally get your hands while you are still in your 20s:
1 - Boosted Board
This electric longboard is your next way to commute while having a blast. It's a pretty powerful board that can reach up to 22 miles per hour and cover 7 miles on one single charge. It comes with a remote control you hold in your hand to control the speed and break.
2 - Cardboard Virtual Reality Headset
Have you heard everyone is talking about virtual reality and you want to try it, but on a budget? You can grab one of these VR headsets made of cardboard that give you a taste of the experience and let you experiment on your projects without emptying your pockets.
3 - Bluetooth tags to never lose anything
Do you always lose your keys/remote/umbrella? All you need is one of these Bluetooth tags you can attach to things and never worry again. Tile lets you find your items from a map on your phone, but also helps you find your phone, in case you lose it, by making it ring when you press the tag.
4 - A GoPro
Take your life to the extreme and document it with this incredibly powerful camera that can fit in the palm of your hand. GoPro HERO4 Session is the latest addition to the GoPro family and it's completely waterproof without the need for additional housing. It's the smallest and lightest GoPro out there.
5 - A drone, because you're not cool without one
If documenting your life from a selfie stick is not enough, get a drone with a camera and take it to the sky. Nowadays, drones can range from a few dollars to a few thousands, so just pick the one that fits your needs.
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