PSA: This Is the Cool Tech Our Editors Want for the Holidays

Updated 04/24/19
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With the holidays right around the corner, we've been curating gift guides for everyone from your hard-to-shop-for boyfriend or S.O. to your fitness-fanatic sibling to your stylish bestie. While culling through all the latest gadgets, we've also been adding items to a holiday wish list of our own. So today we're sharing some of the cool, new tech products that are at the top of our list this year.

From a sleek diffuser made of porcelain that would look beautiful in any space to a sous vide that's small enough to fit in a kitchen drawer to a smart TV that doubles as a work of art, these are the high-tech products MyDomaine's editors are eyeing. Keep scrolling to take a peek at our holiday wish list for some serious gift-giving inspiration. (Warning: You may want to add them to your list too).

Vitruvi White Stone Diffuser
Vitruvi White Stone Diffuser $119

"I've gotten more and more into aromatherapy, especially as a subtle sleep aid (lavender is my go-to relaxation scent!). I love this diffuser by Vitruvi because it doesn't necessarily look like a diffuser—it's sleek, made of porcelain, and comes in just black or white." — Kelsey Clark, lifestyle news editor

Samsung The Frame With Studio Stand
Samsung The Frame With Studio Stand $597.99

Samsung The Frame With Studio Stand (price varies)

"I've been searching all year for the perfect work of art to fill up the huge blank wall in my living room, but to no avail. I just can't seem to decide on the right colorway or style for the space. So I am hoping this TV is going to fill in the blanks, mind the pun. Not only is it a TV (for all those family movie nights and sports finals), but it also doubles as artwork, which I can change whenever I want. This means that I don't have to decide on a colorway or style, I can swap it out according to my mood or interior style. It even hangs like a frame, or you can purchase a cool tripod stand and position it in the corner to blend it in with the décor." — Sacha Strebe, editorial director

ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide
ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide $179

"I'd love to add a sous vide to my kitchen appliance arsenal, but I don't have any space for another countertop appliance (does anyone, really?). I love that this sleek device would fit in my utensil drawer and save precious counter space." — Megan Beauchamp, managing editor

Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Pro Wide View
Simplehuman Sensor Mirror Pro Wide View $400

"I've been eyeing this mirror for a few years now, and this year, it's taking the top spot on my wish list. I love how well-thought-out every detail is and that you can customize the light so your makeup is always perfect." — Kelly Gallagher, social media editor

NuFace Mini Facial Toning Device Original
NuFace Mini Facial Toning Device Original $199

"I have been researching this NuFace device for a while now, and after all the work I've done this year (let's not forget how challenging this year has been all around), I think my face deserves a little extra love. I consider this an investment since most of the in-salon versions are double this price for just one visit. With this, I can do it every night. Hey, we all need a little self-care right?" — Strebe

Kindle Oasis E-Reader
Kindle Oasis E-Reader $250

"I've had an e-reader for years, which I've loved, but I think it's time to upgrade to the new Kindle Oasis. I love that the built-in Audible functionality would allow me to both read and listen to ebooks on the same device." — Beauchamp

Jaybird X3 Sport Bt Wireless Earbuds
Jaybird X3 Sport Bt Wireless Earbuds $130

"I love to run outside, but when I'm going for distance, normal headphones tend to slip out of place, and cords can get in the way even when I use an armband to hold my phone. I've been dying to try a wireless earphone that's designed to stay in place during activity so I can take my music with me no matter how far I run." — Christie Calucchia, editorial assistant

The Impossible Project I-1 Instant Camera
The Impossible Project I-1 Instant Camera $300

"I miss having hard copies of photos, but I also love being able to upload directly from my phone, so this two-in-one camera is on my wish list. The retro-looking flash makes it cool enough to keep out on display, and it also lets you get creative with lighting and exposure. Plus, you can connect it to an iPhone app with filter options." — Hadley Mendelsohn, editor

Instant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker
Instant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker $130 $112

"I feel like everyone is talking about Instant Pots right now, and I'm so curious to see what all the fuss is about." — Sophie Miura, senior editor

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer
Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer $400

"My hair is naturally really frizzy and hard to manage, so I need the best tools I can get to get the best results in the shortest amount of time. My bathroom also has limited storage, and I travel a lot, so the compact Dyson hairdryer seems like the perfect solution to my hair woes." — Gabrielle Savoie, editor

Foreo LUNA(TM) mini 2 Fuchsia
Foreo Luna Mini 2 Fuchsia $139

"I'm beyond curious about electronic cleansing tools—I've heard so many good things but have yet to try one myself. I love the look of Foreo's Luna mini, and it's one of the brand's best-selling products—it's made with a nonabrasive silicone brush that's not too harsh on your skin." — Clark

Dyson Pure Hot Cool Link Air Purifier
Dyson Pure Hot Cool Link Air Purifier $600 $570

"I've been so close to buying this Dyson Air Purifier for myself so many times, but I haven't pulled the trigger on it yet, so it's going on my wish list. I love to have the windows open in my apartment, but I find that so much dirt and dust comes in from the busy streets below. This should help combat that, plus it can be used as a space heater when it's freezing out." — Gallagher

Crate and Barrel Smeg Pastel Green Retro Blender
Crate and Barrel Smeg Pastel Green Retro Blender $250

"The fact that I don't own a blender is mind-boggling to me. By the same token, my kitchen counter space (and kitchen storage) is so limited that I need to be thoughtful about what I add to it. The Smeg blender is the only one I've found to be pretty enough to sit on my counter and blend up anything from morning smoothies to soups for winter." — Savoie

Beoplay A1 Portable Bluetooth Speaker
Beoplay A1 Portable Bluetooth Speaker $250

"I spent so much time in Central Park and at the beach this summer and wished I had a small, compact, and portable speaker on hand to play music. This pebble-shaped speaker from Beoplay has excellent sound despite its size. It's on my wish list for next spring." — Miura

Scribd One-Month Subscription
Scribd One-Month Subscription $9

"I'd love a subscription to Scribd, or as some describe it, the platform that's like Netflix for books. It has all the big authors, as well as some self-published options, audiobooks, magazines, and newspapers." — Mendelsohn

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