5 last-minute gift ideas for your tech savvy Valentine
February 14, 2014

Does your significant other love tech? Still stuck on what to surprise them with? Well, the clock is ticking and it’s better late than never to find the perfect gift for this romantic day.

As featured in our Valentine’s Day Special in the English edition of T3 ME’s February issue, the following gift ideas are sure to keep the lovey dovey mood going for longer than just today.


Nokia Lumia 1520

In love, communication is everything. You can be together even when you’re far apart with the Nokia Lumia 1520, which lets you share your lovely memories in full HD. Running on Windows Phone 8, the 1520 comes with a 6” 1080p display and a 20 MP PureView camera along with several features. Expect a review of the edgy handset in our upcoming T3 ME March issue.

$725, all authorized dealers


Bang & Olufsen Beolab 18

This new Immaculate Wireless Sound concept has an original design that provides optimal sound quality. The great sound performance is evenly spread across any room with the practicality of using just a single power cable to each speaker. So now, you can watch the good times you’ve spent with your beautiful companion, in style.

$7,750, Bang and Olufsen +961 1 974400


Lacie Sphere Hard Drive

Memories obviously don’t just have to be kept in picture formats or in videos. External hard drives do the trick as well. This one in particular does it elegantly with 1TB of storage. Christofle is renowned for its top-of-the-line silversmithing and for using the finest materials, proving to be the epitome of French luxury. Its design of this classy hard drive proves nothing less.

$490, lacie.com


Nikon Coolpix S3400

There is no such thing as having too much glamour in any gift. This fashionably slim still 20.1 MP camera has the Valentine flair and comes with 7x optical zoom along with an Auto Scene Selector. For special effects, there’s a practical “Glamour Retouch” feature.

$169, all authorized dealers


USB Flower Hub

Replace the dozen roses that will run out of life after a few days with this with this joyful pot of 4 red USB tulips. With 2.0 high speed ports, the USBs are compatible with both Windows and Mac, along with most USB plugs, so software is unnecessary.

$18, seejanework.com


by micha
Micheline has a a sweet-tooth for dark chocolate and cappuccinos, an almost obsessive-compulsive aversion to dust on Blu-ray discs, and a passion for regularly playing tennis on her Nintendo Wii. Matched with her love of writing, she is the Editor of T3 Middle East's Levant English publication and English website, and the Associated Editor for the GCC English publication.
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