We take a look at some of the best tech gift ideas that you can find for under £100 this Christmas, from headphones to cables, wireless speakers, Blu-ray players and more.

Brace yourselves: Christmas really is just around the corner now. We know that you'll want to avoid any last-minute panic buying, and that's why we've rounded up a selection of the best Christmas gift ideas under £100. 

From headphones to wireless speakers, docks to DAB radios; whether it's a stocking-filler for the kids or something for that special someone - we've gathered together a list of great hi-fi and home cinema products for all tastes... and systems.

See them all: 100 of the best tech gift ideas

 

 

In-ear headphones

Sennheiser Momentum M2 in-ear

Five stars

Tested at £90 

The Sennheiser Momentum range has been virtually unrivalled in 2015, with the M2 in-ears being particularly impressive, scooping a Product of the Year Award. These in-ear headphones look great and sound fantastic, delivering a balanced sound with plenty of drive.

Sennheiser Momentum M2 in-ear review / compare latest prices

 

Wireless speaker

Ultimate Ears Roll

Five stars

Tested at £100

The UE Roll can be taken anywhere thanks to its compact size and rugged body. It also fires out a sound that belies its size and proves that the Ultimate Ears designers have carefully considered during the tuning process. That's why it won an Award in 2015.

Ultimate Ears Roll review / compare latest prices

Digital radio

Pure Evoke D2

Five stars

Tested at £85

Pure knows a thing or two about digital radios and the Evoke D2 is another very accomplished unit, and a 2015 Award winner. For the price, there's little that comes close to it in terms of sound quality. We do, however, suggest investing in the optional £28 ChargePak battery if you're prepared to stretch your budget. Then you'll really be in business.

Pure Evoke D2 review /  compare latest prices

Blu-ray player

Panasonic DMP-BDT370

Five stars

Tested at £100 

The fact that this Panasonic Blu-player was able to take the top spot from Sony at the 2015 Awards should give you enough of an indication as to how good it is. It handles images and sound incredibly well and even comes with a decent selection of apps.

Panasonic DMP-BDT370 review / compare latest prices

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On-ear headphones

AKG Y50

Five stars

Tested at £80 

The Y50s were a Product of the Year winner yet again at the 2015 Awards, thanks to a refreshing design and wonderfully open soundstage. Add into the equation a comfortable design and you've got a winning formula. 

AKG Y50 review / compare latest prices

Accessories

Arcam miniBlink

Five stars

Tested at £90 

If you want to be able to wirelessly stream music from your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-equipped device, but don't want the hassle of replacing equipment, the Arcam miniBlink is a great solution. It connects via analogue RCA to the back of your amplifier and delivers a sound that's "buttery smooth". Perfect for letting all your Christmas party guests play their tunes... if you dare!

Arcam miniBlink review / compare latest prices

 

Set-top box

Amazon Fire TV (2015)

Five stars

Tested at £80

The latest generation of Amazon Fire TV is the first box to offer 4K streaming in the UK, which currently puts it in a league of its own. You will of course need a compatible 4K TV to enjoy Ultra HD content, but if you do, you'll be well rewarded. That's why it's our best streaming TV box in the Awards 2015.

Amazon Fire TV (2015) review / compare latest prices

Phono amp

Rega Fono Mini A2D

Five stars

Tested at £85 

The Fono Mini A2D is a few years old now, but that doesn't mean it has lost any of its charm. This Moving Magnet phono amp may look basic, but its performance is anything but. When we tested it back in 2012 (it won an Award the same year), we found ourselves drawn into the music - no matter the genre. The Rega Fono Mini A2D is still one of the best phono amps you can get for less than £100.

Rega Fono Mini A2D review / compare latest prices

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