*This is a compensated post by the hosting brands of #TNTSLC and the opinions expressed are genuine and all mine 🙂
I recently attended the #TNTSLC event put together by Techlicious, Traveling Mom and the Consumer Technology Association it was held last week in downtown Salt Lake City and sponsored by the Hilton Salt Lake City Center. A fun group of local bloggers were invited and got to explore the latest in tech for travel and home and enjoy a special chef demo and lunch.
Some of my favorite tech-ed out finds were:
This groovey KNOMO clutch, a must-have travel tech of the event. Not only is the Elektronista a gorgeous handbag but it features multiple pockets for keeping you super organized and a portable charger. KNOMO, stands for Knowledge + Mobility, is true fashion meets function, and it’s that fashion meets function that makes travel so much for fun. And fabulous.
Here are some of my favorite Tech-ed out Holiday gifts and a few other fun Hilton – most for under $50.00
Oh AND Don’t miss that Misfit Ray in the photo below- This fitness tracker does the normal stuff like tracking steps, distance, calories, and sleep and alerting you of calls, texts and lack of movement. It’s also smart-button enabled so you can control connected household devices (lights, music) and never needs charging thanks to replaceable batteries that last up to six months. SUPER COOL!!
Plus, they had lots of other travel-friendly, super-cool tech at #TNTSLC some my faves:
- JVC Gumy Bluetooth wireless headphones (an awesome stocking stuffer)
- Philips Hue LED Bulbs + wireless dimmer switch (controlled via smartphone)
- Honeywell Lyric Wi-Fi Thermostat and Lyric Wi-Fi Water Leak & Freeze Detector
- Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 8 (we have one; we love it)
The 5 hottest trends in tech right now:
- 4k Ultra HD ecosystem
- Smart Home
- Virtual Reality
Great travel apps:
- Auto Slash (get cheap car rentals, discounts and coupons from car rental brands)
- Vivid-Pix (edit photos)
- Rover.com (find and book local dog sitters)
- Via (share rides; currently in NYC, Chicago, DC)
- Magisto (edit videos and make movies)
Times sure do change…
The top 5 things people wanted in 1996:
- Desktop computer
- 27″ or bigger TV
- Internet appliance (small computer designed specifically to provide Internet access)
I was completely inspired on how to Get Tech-ed out for the Holidays at this awesome event.
I hope this gives you lots of tech-ed out ideas for your holiday shopping too!!
Have a beautiful Tuesday!
Much Love and Peace~