It's Christmas Eve Eve, but not too late to grab some last-minute online bargains for the tech geek in your life.
We've got everything from the very best phones, tablets, laptops, consoles, games, wearable tech, headphones, speakers and tech accessories to gadgets and gifts just for Fortnite and Minecraft lovers, Star Wars fans and more, so 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 Christmas tech deals to find some great bargains.
Gifts for kids
Kids increasingly want - and expect - high-tech presents but few people can afford or want 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.
Star Wars gifts
With the new film Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker out now, we’ve rounded up the coolest gadgets and gifts available.
Whether it’s a Christmas present, reward for surviving the prequel years, or just plain old avarice, these are most certainly the goods you’re looking for. Take a look here.
One of our favourites is the Sphero R2-D2, available from Amazon for £79.99.
The popularity of Minecraft just keeps growing, so we expect that there will be lots of block-shaped presents beneath Christmas trees this year ready for excited fans to enjoy.
We've gathered lots of our favourite gifts and gadgets for your Minecraft-loving friends and family, which you'll find here.
We love this light up Redstone Ore, for example, available from Amazon for just £10.90.
A subscription to a mystery box is the gift that keeps on giving.
You can choose to gift three, six or twelve months of most of the subscription boxes in our round-up of the best nerdy options, and the recipient will get a box of geeky goodies every month. Cool, right?
The one shown here is Lootcrate, one of the most popular available. It costs £24 per month from the Lootcrate website, and there are lots of different themed options to choose from.
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 Xiaomi Mi 9, which is currently at the top of our mid-range phones chart. It has a retail price of £499 but is available from Amazon for just £279.99.
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 £349 from Apple.
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 3, which you can get from Fitbit itself for £99.99.
Our list of the best headphones to gift this Christmas has something for everyone, whether you're looking for the best audio quality for the best price.
If you've got cash to splash on the very best, visit our overall round-up of the best headphones here.
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 Denon Envaya Pocket, which you can get from Amazon for £69.90 here.
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.
Take the Hubsan X4 Micro Quadcopter, for example, which you can pick up for as little as £27.99.
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!)
You might also enjoy our round-up of the best gifts for gamers.
We've all got a number of games on our smartphones and tablets, but a full-on game makes a great gift this festive season and a relatively inexpensive one in terms of tech.
Follow the links below to discover some of our favourites.
This year we loved Red Dead Redemption 2.
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.
Not tech at all, but here at Tech Advisor we have a particularly nerdy taste in board games that we think lovers of computer games will enjoy so we couldn't resist putting together a list of our favourites.
There's a bewildering variety of games to choose from, but we're here to help. Forget Monopoly and Risk - board games these days can be far more in-depth and amazing.
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.
Top of our overall best laptops chart right now is the HP Envy 13, available from HP here.
If your gift's recipient already has a laptop, how about a laptop bag? We've reviewed 12 of our favourite cases, rucksacks and messenger bags for style, comfort and practicality.
One of our favourites is the STM Banks, which is available from Amazon for £85.