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Cool Tech Gadgets for Fall and Winter

Tech gadgets can be seasonal, too. These awesome tech gadgets for fall and winter fans will be sure to keep things toasty warm when cold weather hits.

By Joshua Samuel ZookPublished 7 years ago 4 min read

Gadgets are awesome, regardless of what time of year it is. However, there are some gadgets that just make a lot more sense during some months than others. This is most obviously true with summer gadgets. (Looking at you, portable fans and sweat-absorbing clothing!)

Just as there are some gizmos that tend to work best during the summer, there are some extremely useful tech gadgets for fall and winter, too. Here are some of the best for this half of the year.

As you might have started to expect, the tech gadgets for fall and winter we're going to be featuring are all about keeping warm. If you're in an office that's always cold, you might be interested in this awesome little office accessory.

This mouse is USB-powered, and designed to keep your hands warm while you game and/or do productive work in a frigid office. Temperatures go up to 99 degrees, which means that frozen hands won't stay frozen, even if you have a window cracked open.

If you're a techie, you might have heard that there are rumors that cold weather saps battery life. This is, in fact, true. That's why one of the smartest tech gadgets for fall and winter months is an external battery that can keep some juice stored up for you, while you're on the go.

This stylish battery is particularly durable, which makes it a great gift for commuters who always run out of juice during a commute. Sure, it may not keep you warm, but it looks hot, and keeps your phone running. Therefore, it's safe to say this is one of the best portable chargers out there.

Are you a coffee lover on the go? Sick of trying to keep a mug of joe warm in freezing temperature? This mug is powered by your car charger, and can make your coffee piping hot, within a matter of minutes.

It's stainless steel, fits in most cup holders, and doesn't leak. Temperatures can reach up to 135 degrees Fahrenheit; so it's safe to say this is one of the toastier tech gadgets for fall and winter car commuters.

One of the most obvious tech gadgets for fall and winter offices is the ever-popular, ever-humble, mug warmer. This mug warmer is known for keeping your coffee warm, while also bringing the magic of Disney's most well-known character to your office.

Yes, it comes with the coffee cup pictured — and there's also a Minnie Mouse warmer you can get, if Minnie's your homegirl.

This isn't just one of the best tech gadgets for fall and winter; it's one of the best tech gadgets for any time of year. Nest's Learning Thermostat is one of the top gadgets for any smart home, and that's because it helps save you tons on heating (and cooling) bills throughout the year.

This high definition thermostat learns your preferences, when you come home, and even takes into account the weather around you — then creates a perfectly cozy home, without wasting any energy. That's the advantage of a smart home with a good thermostat, after all.

If you've ever gone to a spa that had warmed towels, then you already know why we're calling this one of the smartest tech gadgets for fall and winter months. Warm towels are cozy — superbly so — and they also help you feel that much more at home during the winter months.

Freezing winter mornings where you struggle to get out of the shower will be a thing of the past with a towel warmer. Trust us on that. This warmer fits two large towels, and heats them up in only 20 minutes.

Narwhals, narwhals, swimming in the ocean, causing a commotion, cause they are so awesome...

Okay, now that we've got that song stuck in your head, check out these ultra cute, ultra-snuggly narwhal slippers. They're rechargeable and heated via electric pads that are deep inside the slippers.

Each charge holds up to six hours of foot-warming goodness; but you don't even need to charge them to look cute. Is this a win? Absolutely, and that's why they're the cutest tech gadgets for fall and winter homebodies.

Believe it or not, one of the most useful tech gadgets for fall and winter phone users might just be an affordable pair of gloves — as long as those gloves have grippy, touchscreen-friendly material on them.

These "texting gloves" are perfect for cold winter nights where you want to text, but don't want the discomfort of cold hands. Unlike other tech gadgets, these gloves are a cinch to clean. When you need to wash them, just pop them in the laundry and you're good to go.

If you're like many people out there, then you love taking pictures of fall foliage and winter wonderland scenery. Your smartphone lets you do this wonderfully — and now, you can also print out your best shots, with this adorable portable photo printer from HP.

The Sprocket has been called one of the best tech gadgets for fall and winter photographers who want to make Christmas cards out of their shots. We're inclined to agree.

Last on our list of the most essential tech gadgets for fall and winter is an item that will make both Thanksgiving and Christmas cooking a lot more carefree. The ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide allows you to track your dish's cooking progress with expert precision — and will even alert you when your food's done.

It works on both Bluetooth and Wifi, and has one of the sturdiest builds imaginable. Needless to say, clumsy cooks won't have to invest in a Thanksgiving meatloaf if they have this tool at home. It's also worth noting that this is one of the most wished-for Launchpad products on Amazon; so quality is definitely guaranteed.

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Joshua Samuel Zook

Grew up in a religious household. Listened to countless sermons on the wrath of God. An epiphany struck him and he realized no one is that angry, not even God.

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