Although traditional perfumes, pajamas and chocolates are still on the gift list, the letters to Santa Claus – from kids and adults – are increasingly in demand for technology.
Parents like “smart” things – cars, watches, phones, televisions, appliances, bracelets, homes, and gadgets.
The children of more “advanced” things – virtual reality glasses, drones, electric scooters, gadgets and toys that can be controlled through the phone, wireless equipment, state-of-the-art consoles and high-end computers.
Regardless of your choices, you should be aware of some details before purchasing technological equipment:
- Compatibility – Depending on the product concerned, ensure its energy compatibility, or with other hardware and software.
- Old / Discontinued Product – At Christmas there are truly attractive price campaigns. Many of them aim to dispose of stock of discontinued or quite old products. Search the model on the internet.
- Advertising vs. Utility – Don't rely solely on advertising, find out about the product before you buy it. Make sure it will really meet your needs and expectations.
- Return Policies (in-store and online) – Christmas returns may change. In accordance with European law, whenever you buy a product or service online, or outside a business (telephone, correspondence or door-to-door sale), you are entitled to cancel the purchase and return the order within 14 days. In stores, this policy is different. Ask before you buy.
Right now, technology is a gift that appeals to all ages. Incidentally, many of the equipment purchased or offered end up being shared by the whole family, except for some more personal items, such as a smartphone or smartwatch. In the gallery see some of the SAPO TEK proposals for each family member.