Which technology products should you invest in? 2016 is here, and like all recent years, it is one that will see plenty of technological developments. With so many new items on the market or arriving soon, it isn’t easy to figure out which ones you should purchase for yourself. That is why we have four recommendations for you. Check them out below.

4 Technology Products to Invest in This Year


4 Technology Products to Invest in This Year

A New Tablet and/or Smart Phone

This one is pretty general, but that is because the exact make and model aren’t all that important. What is important is that you look for those that offer the ability to work with virtual reality. Why? Because 2016 is the year of all things virtual reality. Yes, Google Glass was a pretty big failure a few years back, but the technology world learned from Google’s mistakes, and there are multiple companies entering the race this year with their VR devices.

A Bellabeat LEAF

FitBit hasn’t been getting the best press in the new year. On top of it, it isn’t the most attractive piece of wearable technology. The LEAF, on the other hand, looks like a beautiful necklace. Its beauty is only outdone by its function, easily matching or surpassing FitBit in every area.

Kokoon Headphones

These aren’t available yet, but they will be later in the year. Made to use noise-cancelling technology to help you snooze while also featuring a design that is comfortable to sleep in, these headphones are making their mark. Funded by a massively successful Kickstarter campaign, there is a lot of interest in this product. And who couldn’t use a good night’s sleep?

Amazon Echo

In addition to virtual reality, the other big development are virtual assistants. Amazon Echo was released in 2015, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be on your 2016 list. Echo can help you better manage your business and your household, taking the stress off of you

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January 28, 2016

4 Technology Products to Invest in This Year

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