We've got everything from the very best phones, tablets, laptops, consoles and games, to wearable tech, headphones, speakers and accessories - read on to find a present to suit everyone you need to buy for.
You'll get lots of inspiration here, but we'd also recommend checking out the best tech deals - especially during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.
It's the Christmas gift everyone has a use for: a smartphone. But you don't have to be Scrooge to be put off by the £500-plus price of some of the flagship phones. Follow the links below to find a phone to suit your budget and your recipient:
The phone shown here is the Poco X3 NFC, which is our top budget buy at £199.
A tablet makes a great Christmas present for your nearest and dearest, as always-on devices that let you work and play.
We've found that tablets can be a big hit with the over-50s, as well as teenagers and commuters.
And if you're looking for a tablet for a younger users, you can check out our round-up of the best kids tablets here.
At the top of our tablets chart right now is the iPad 10.2in, which you can buy for £329 from Apple.
The Apple Watch and Fitbit line have popularised wearable tech for all, and will feature high up on plenty of Christmas wish lists this year.
Our favourite right now is the Apple Watch Series 6, but for a cheaper option also check out the Amazfit GTS, which you can buy from just £119 at Amazon.
With so many of us pledging to lose weight or get fit for the new year, a fitness- or activity tracker is an ideal Christmas gift. Fitbit is one of the biggest players in this market, but there are plenty of alternatives to choose from too.
Our pick of the best is the Fitbit Charge 4, which usually retails at £129.99 but is currently on offer at just £99.99 at Amazon.
Gifts for kids
Kids increasingly want - and expect - high-tech presents, but few people can afford to give their children iPads for Christmas.
There are many cheaper options when it comes to tablets and other techy gifts for kids, as demonstrated in our round-up, which you can read here, along with our separate guides to the best robot toys and coding games for kids.
In addition to being lots of fun, these gifts are often educational too - a lesson in disguise.
Our list of the best headphones to gift this Christmas has something for everyone, whether you're looking for the best audio quality or the best price.
If you've got cash to splash on the very best, visit our overall round-up of the best headphones.
For cheaper headphones that still offer impressive quality for the price, click here.
Best speakers for Christmas
The best speakers can cost hundreds of pounds, but getting better (or simply louder) audio from your phone, tablet or laptop is easily achievable without spending a fortune.
We round up the best cheap Bluetooth speakers to gift this Christmas here.
If you've got more money to spend on a speaker (perhaps this is a Christmas gift for yourself!) then check out our overall best speakers chart here.
One of our favourite budget speakers is the Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 2, which will cost you £69.99 from Amazon today.
Of course, it's also worth considering a smart speaker, and Amazon has some incredible deals on Echo right now.
The ideal gift for a book worm, an e-reader lets you hundreds of books into a single slim and light digital device. E-readers are cheaper than tablets, optimised for reading, and with much better and battery life.
Our pick of the best is the Kindle Paperwhite, which is available from Amazon from £119.99.
Drones are the new remote control car, and they don't have to cost the world.
In fact, some of the most fun we've had is with this UFO mini drone, an ideal stocking filler at £12.99 from Amazon.
A new games console is one of the most exciting gifts you can open on Christmas morning, because the endless entertainment that follows can last all the way until next Christmas (and you'll know just what to get them next time - a game or two!)
Oculus Quest 2 and the new PlayStation 5 seem to be the big-hitters this year, but PS5 at least is also as easy to find as gold dust. The stock situation for the updated Xbox Series X and Series S is better.
You'd think instant cameras would be consigned to the past, but nostalgia has dragged them kicking and screaming into the 21st Century, and surprisingly enough they're actually a welcome presence.
In an age of instant filters and digital backups, there's something to be said for a camera that doesn't let you pick the perfect photo out of ten options, and that immediately gives you a physical print to hang onto.
A laptop could make an amazing present this Christmas, and it doesn't necessarily have to break Santa's bank. Click here to go to our favourite laptops to gift this year, and here to go to our favourite budget laptops. You'll also find some great laptop deals.
If your gift's recipient already has a laptop, how about a laptop bag? We've reviewed our favourite cases, rucksacks and messenger bags for style, comfort and practicality.