Can you really get a good tech gift under $20? Yes, and this list is proof. We've handpicked quality headphones, HDTV antennas, power packs and more that are guaranteed to put a smile on anyone's face while staying within your budget. This includes ideas for Mother's Day.
Here are the top gadget gifts for less.
Plug in more peripherals at once with this handy USB 3.0 hub, which is dubbed the "world's smallest." You can connect up to 4 devices, and it's compatible with Windows and macOS laptops.
When a little extra power is needed for a smartphone, consider the Jackery Giant+. The device is a portable battery charger that can work with iPhone 7s, Galaxy S7s, and other devices. You can charge multiple devices at the same time. The Jackery Giant+ costs just a tad over $20 at $24.99.
The Behringer HPS3000 are studio headphones with comfortable cups that wrap around your ears for better listening. They support high-definition bass and can connect to a smartphone or mixing console. These cans placed high in our roundup of cheap headphones.
The Withings Go is one of the most affordable fitness trackers out there. The sub-$50 tracker clips to your belt or can be kept inside a pocket. It's capable of tracking your steps, distance, calories and sleep. It also gives you information about your progress in an associated mobile app. It's slightly over the $20 threshold, but one of the best budget trackers around.
When cutting the cord, check out the Mohu Leaf Metro Indoor HDTV Antenna. The antenna plugs directly into the television and is capable of getting over-the-air broadcasts on a slew of channels beaming programming to you in a 25-mile area. The Mohu costs $20.
The $19 VicTsing speaker is one that you can bring with you in the shower, since it's shock-, dust-, and water-proof. It's also great for outdoor use, and its 5W speaker should deliver quality sound. Its battery can last up to six hours.