Gift Guide

Gift Guide 2020: For the Tech Savant

November 2, 2020

Rabbi Jason Miller — aka “The Techie Rabbi” — breaks down the best gifts for gadget lovers this holiday season


The Brava Smart Countertop Oven is a really cool gift for the tech-savvy chef, with eight cooking functions (from sear and roast to air-fry and dehydrate) and multi-zone cooking, which allows you to cook a combo of foods on one tray simultaneously.

Urbanista London True Wireless Earbuds Headphones. Move over, Airpods — these noise-canceling headphones are better and more economical, plus the custom silicone earbuds provide a comfortable fit ideal for sports activities or running.

When it comes to toys, fun and educational are a winning combination. The Thames & Kosmos Mega Cyborg Hand, which uses hydraulic power for energy transmission without motors or electricity, will provide hours of entertainment and learning.

TCL Smart TV with Roku. You may not be familiar with TCL, but it’s one of the fastest-growing TV brands in the U.S. — and it just came out with a line of Roku-integrated TVs, which are available in all sizes and offer backlight display and Quantum Contrast. The Mini-LED QLED display, in particular, will be a top gift this season.

The YubiKey 5C NFC gives peace of mind by protecting users’ accounts across any device and preventing hackers from logging into personal accounts even if they have the correct username and password. We have keys to secure our house and car; why should our online accounts be any different?

Rabbi Jason Miller owns Access Technology in West Bloomfield and writes the “Jews in the Digital Age” column for the Detroit Jewish News.

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