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CHEAPER TECHNOLOGY GADGET THAT YOU WOULD LOVE TO USE FROM AMAZON

You can have the best you want as far as technology is concern at very cheap price, though some are expensive but that doesn't mean that you cannot get the affordable ones.

In this case amazon release new price tag on most of their product which you love to use,  will like to mention some tech gadget that you will always want to have under $50.

Direct links have been provided for you in order to get the gadget so all you need to do is to click anyone you want and you will be directed to the page where you can now order for the product.

AMAZON TECH GADGETS

Logitech X300

Every affordable Bluetooth speaker has its issues with clarity and bass response, it’s easily portable, and its sound is stronger and less prone to distortion than you’d expect from something in this range.

Roku Streaming Stick


The Roku Streaming Stick might be the best media streamer you can buy, period, let alone the best you can buy for less than $50. It runs just about as fast as the larger and much pricier Roku 4, and has the same dead-simple interface and wide-ranging app support.


Google Chromecast Audio


Google’s Chromecast Audio is exactly what it sounds like: a Chromecast, just for audio. You plug it into whatever speaker you have sitting around, and it allows you to stream whatever Google Cast-capable service to it. It’s simple, and it works.

Koss PortaPro



If you have your eyes set on the next iPhone, though you might want to go Bluetooth — there isn’t much good for under $50, but the Creative Sound Blaster Jam is at least decent.

Anker PowerCore 10000


If you use gadgets regularly, you should have some sort of portable battery. It’s really that simple. The next time your “Pok√©mon GO” hunting — or another smartphone activity that hasn't consumed society — has you scrambling for an outlet late in the day, you’ll be glad you have something like the Anker PowerCore 10000 to back you up.

Panasonic Eneloop rechargeable batteries


Likewise, unless the couple extra dollars in upfront cost is really that bad, there’s no reason to buy disposable batteries over rechargeable ones. Panasonic’s Eneloop series is the most popular of the bunch there, but there are others that work just as well. Either way, they work as intended, and should pay themselves off over time.

Amazon Fire


The Amazon Fire isn’t a good tablet, but it’s as much tablet as you can get for $50. It’s capable of doing the basic video viewing, web browsing, and game playing, and it doesn’t feel like it’ll fall apart at every touch. You simply have to pay more if you want a sharper screen or faster processor, but for an easy thing you can peruse on the couch, the Fire works.

Belkin WeMo Insight Switch


Part of the appeal with a smart home device like Belkin WeMo Insight Switch is its neatness. You see how it lets you activate your lamp or fan or space heater from your phone, and you say, “huh, that’s neat.”

Beyond that initial curiosity, though, a “smart plug” can still be useful for saving energy — or at least saving you the trouble of walking downstairs -- when used the right way. Pair it with IFTTT, for instance, and it can shut off a device once it hits a certain energy cost. Just hope your WiFi doesn’t go down. Click here to check for more gadget products from amazon

Source: techinsider