Inverselogic’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

It seems like yesterday that we celebrated the New Year, and in a blink of an eye, the holiday season has arrived once again. Inverselogic’s 2019 year was quite eventful and exciting with the onboarding of new client projects such as the establishment of Second Home’s new Los Angeles based location – a co-working space that evokes a futuristic atmosphere, the debut of Cellar Thief’s new website – an e-commerce store for wine enthusiasts – in addition to the site launches for Walker Wines and Blacksmith Wines – two stores that celebrate discriminating collectors who seek rare wines from the world, such as French Bordeaux or Italian Barolo. Even though the year is coming to a close, we are still busy with ongoing Windows 10 operating system upgrades as well as our preparation for the upcoming 106th Annual Rosebowl Game – a perfect way to kickstart 2020 with one of the year’s largest sporting events. 

While 2019’s conclusion is fast approaching, our enthusiasm for imparting valuable cyber security information never wanes. Alongside this, Inverselogic strives to provide all our clients with top quality technology services, and our dedication to client satisfaction has been and always will be one of our principal missions. Additionally, our team is committed to delivering innovative technology solutions that best serve our clients’ needs and ensure their continued success.

We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to all our wonderful clients for making 2019 another fantastic, prosperous year. Every year brings us the opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed with our clients. We’re thankful for our business partnerships and the goals that we achieve through every project together. From our team to yours, we hope your 2019 was just as successful.

Inverselogic welcomes the forthcoming new year as we look forward to what 2020 may bring. We would like to wish you a fun and safe holiday season and a very Happy New Year!

Please enjoy our annual Holiday Tech Gift Guide, which features all of this year’s newest and coolest gadgets. We understand that holiday shopping can be hectic around this time, so we’re here to make your experience stress-free as you search for that perfect gift for your loved ones!

Father’s Day Tech Gift Guide 2019

Finding the perfect gift for Dad this Father’s Day doesn’t have to be a challenge. Our 2019 Father’s Day Tech Gift Guide can help you make the right gift choice he’ll surely appreciate! We’ve compiled a list of tech tools from headphones to smart gadgets Dad will love to use at home or on-the-go!

Check out these cool tech products below! Each product has been linked to make ordering Dad’s gift a breeze. 

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ANKER PowerWave Wireless Charger

Price: $22.79

Does Dad need a power up for his phone? Why not get him the ANKER Wireless Charger stand? With this gift, he can recharge his phone while making sure his phone screen is in clear sight so he’s not missing a message from you.

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DJI Spark Portable Mini Drone

Price: $335.00

Who wouldn’t want to fly a drone? This cool DJI Spark Portable mini drone will allow Dad to take aerial photos and videos and get creative using the products app!

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Sony Alpha a6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera

Price: $498.00

Want to help Dad capture memorable moments? Get him the Sony Alpha Mirrorless Digital Camera to take photos in high resolution and full HD quality.

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Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WH1000XM3

Price: $298.00

Set aside the Beats and get Dad these Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones to make sure he doesn’t miss one one beat of his favorite music. These headphones are said to have a “virtually soundproof experience”.

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Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

Price: $299.94

Want to get Dad something smaller but just as powerful for listening quality? Check out these Sennheiser Wireless earbuds that promise exceptional clarity in music sound.

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VANKYO Leisure 3 Mini Projector

Price: $89.99

If Dad loves to watch is movies, this Vankyo Mini Projector is the right gift for him. This Father’s Day relax with Dad outdoors or indoors by easily connecting your device to this projector to play all his favorite films.

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Fitbit Ionic Watch

Price: $199.95

If Dad loves to get fit and keep track of it, get him the Fitbit Ionic Watch! The Fitbit Ionic can track your heart rate, activity, and sleep patterns.

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Pocketalk Language Translator Device

Price: $299.00

Does Dad do a lot of travelling? The Pocketalk can help him break down the language barrier. This onscreen device can translate up to 74 languages and offers real-time translation.

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Logitech Keys-to-Go Ultra-Portable, Stand-Alone Keyboard

Price: $45.99

This keyboard is perfect if Dad needs to do a quick type-up with any of his iOS devices. This Bluetooth keyboard is both dirt resistant and portable.

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Echo Show 5 – Compact Smart Display with Alexa

Price: $89.99

If Dad needs a screen assistant, why not get him the Echo Show 5? This device comes with smart home controls, can help Dad stay updated on the latest weather, news, and game reports, and video call you when he can.

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Eufy Smart Scale

Price: $44.99

This scale does more than just measure weight – it can give Dad a full insight on his BMI, Muscle Mass, Bone Mass, and more! He can even keep track of things using Apple Health, Google Fit, or his Fitbit.

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Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, 64GB)

Price: $749

Help Dad get creative with the latest iPad Pro from Apple. With complete Liquid Retina display and a device that allows for multitasking, Dad can get all his work done and still have time to catch the game with you.

Father’s Day 2017 Gift Guide by Inverselogic

There isn’t anyone who’s been there every step of the way quite like dad – and he gives it his all. Gifts will never be enough to express the appreciation you have for your dad, but we’d like to help you give it a try!

Skip the “#1 Dad” coffee mugs and get dad what he really wants for Father’s Day!

I decided to share a couple of the gift ideas that I have in my mind for my daddy because if anyone deserves it, it’s them!

Each product has been linked for easy ordering. Find the perfect tech gift for dad!

Apple TV

$149.00 to $199.00

For the dad who’s had a busy day at work, Apple TV lets their mind take a break! This is the easiest way to rent or buy movies and TV shows straight from the iTunes store.

Macbook Pro

Depending on the storage choice and processor, this can be anywhere between $1,299.00- 1,999.00.

For the businessman dad who wants to carry their business files with them everywhere. This is a great, lightweight, versatile gift that any dad will enjoy.

Apple Watch (Series 2)


Every dad would love a watch! This smartwatch keeps dad connected by displaying every notification on your wrist. Bonus points: it can also tell you directions while you’re using your phone!

Basic Kindle


For the papas who love to sit back and read, the Kindle is a perfect gift for them. The on-screen font size is changeable so dear ol’ Dad can adjust it to any size he pleases!

Canon EOS Rebel


This one is for the talented dads who love photography! This camera is a great gift for any photographer: beginner or seasoned. Most likely, getting a new gadget in his hand will inspire him to take some new, creative photos! (Mom wins with this, too!)

Keurig K50 Coffee Maker


The Keurig K50 Coffee maker is a perfect gift for the dad’s who start their work day with a fresh cup of coffee. Instead of getting him another “#1 Dad” mug, get him the coffee machine to brew it!



This is for the dads who love fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. This device is great for fishing because it’ll broadcast mapping details back to your iOS or Android smartphone or smartwatch. This is a handy tool for choosing the best fishing spots – and it maps as far as 135 feet below!

Blossom 7 Smart Watering Controller


This is for any dads that like to spend their weekends updating their landscape. There’s no better view than a nice garden next to that BBQ! This tool can control up to either sprinkler watering zones. The best part? He doesn’t have to do much! This Blossom Controller bases it’s watering on current weather conditions. He can just set it up and go!

Tile (Gen 2)


If I had a penny for every time my dad has forgotten his phone, wallet or keys, then I’d have enough to buy two of these Tiles! Next time dad loses one of these things, he can quickly track it and see where he left it. (It even works when the couch cushions eat up your things!)

With only one week left for shipping, be sure to order this all ASAP! If you’ve got an Amazon Prime account, we highly encourage you to use it.

Happy Father’s Day to all the great dads out there! We greatly appreciate your hard work!

Inverselogic 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Inverselogic Tech Gift Guide

The holidays are upon us, and that means you probably have quite a bit of shopping to get done! We believe that the best in technology works to enhance our lives and there are plenty of different gadgets to choose from! We’ve created this gift guide to help you find the right tech gifts for everyone on your list! With over 50 products, this is our biggest guide yet- we hope you find it helpful!

Enjoy our 2014 Tech Gift Guide!

Planning on flipping through it all later? Below is a short preview on some of our top picks.

A Tablet for Your Money’s Worth

Priced at $180, the 32GB HP Stream 8 sounds too good to be true. The HP Stream 8 is a fluid Windows 8.1-based tablet that  even comes with a 1 year subscription to Office 365 Personal. Find it at

The Pebble Watch That is All Grown Up

Last time we saw Pebble it looked more like a toy. This time around, the smartwatch company has a new line: Pebble Steel ($199), that has a much more sophisticated look! Check it out for yourself at 

A Fitness Tracker Ready for Anything

Priced at $100 for the holidays, the Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit is a waterproof fitness tracker that comes with multiple band options so it’s always ready for whatever situation you find yourself in. Get yours at

The Smart Thermostat

The Nest Learning Thermostat is one of the most popular for automated temperature control. The device learns users’ schedules, programs itself, and can be controlled with a mobile app. $250 at

Going Hands-Free with Gloves

Beartek’s bluetooth gloves allow the wearer remote access and control of their phones and GoPro cameras. A simple touch of the thumb to the appropriate finger safely activates desired functions like answering phone calls, controlling music, and recording video. $95 – $145 at

Smart Home Fun

Perfect for kids (or adults who like to tinker), this Little Bits Smart Home kit has everything needed to automate different parts of your home, from automating your curtains to open at sunrise to even making a remote controlled pet feeder. The 14 module kit is now selling for $250. Check out kit details at

The Custom Gift

For a unique gift that’s both personalized and functional, create your own phone or tablet case with your own image printed on it from Prices vary according to case design.

Inverselogic’s 2013 Holiday Tech Gift Guide

2013 has been a busy year in the tech industry, so naturally we had a lot of gadgets to cover. This year, instead of listing out a few cool tech finds, we’ve created a guide with over 40 gadgets at every price range so you can find something for everyone on your list. We’ve broken it down into categories for the best smartphones, tablets, wearables, and more; plus, we’ve even highlighted the best Black Friday deals of 2013. We hope this makes your holiday shopping a little easier.

Here’s our 2013 Tech Gift Guide.
We hope you enjoy it!

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For our short list, look below for our top picks.

Google Nexus 7

For a tablet with all-around great performance, the Nexus 7 is our pick. For just $229, this 7″ Android tablet is a bargain that can be used by most for both casual productivity apps and leisure.

nexus 7

$229 at Google Play Store
Runs Android Jelly Bean
Dimensions: 198.5 x 120 x 10.45 mm
Display: 1020 x 800 (216ppi)
Camera: 1.2MP front facing
Storage: 16GB or 32GB
Processor: NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core processor
Wireless Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC


Samsung Galaxy Note III

The Galaxy Note III is the benchmark for smartphone/tablet hybrids. It’s made for power users with the right hardware and a huge 5.7″ screen suitable for productivity like taking notes, writing reports, and reading articles as well as watching media and playing games. It is also the only device capable of pairing with Samsung’s smart watch, the Galaxy Gear. If phablets aren’t for you, visit our full gift guide for more smartphones.

samsung galaxy note 3$299 (64GB) with contra
ct at select retailers
Runs Android Jelly Bean
Dimensions: 5.95 x 3.12 x 0.33 in
Display: 1920 x 1080 (388ppi)
Camera: 2MP front facing, 13MP rear facing
Storage: 32GB, plus microSD, microSDHC slots
RAM: 3GBProcessor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974
Wireless Connectivity: 4G LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC

i’m Smart Watch


Smart watches are still new to the market, and the i’m smart watch was one of the first that was functional and designed with style. The i’m smart watch pairs with your phone to receive notifications for anything from calls, texts and appointments to whether or not you are moving around enough to reach your fitness goals.
$349 at I’
Runs i”m Droid 2
Dimensions: 52.90 x 40.60 x 10.00mm
Display: 1.54″ 240 x 240 (220ppi) touch screen
Storage: 4GB flash plus Cloud storage
RAM: 128MB
Processor: IMX233
Compatible with iOS 4+, Android 4+ and BlackBerry 10+

Nest Learning Thermostat

nest_thermostat$250 at

Smart homes are another fairly new concept with many new devices entering the market. With the Nest Learning Thermostat you will never have to manually adjust the temperature again. Nest learns your temperature preferences based on your schedule and initial temperature settings and adjustments. The Nest smartphone app even lets you adjust your home temperature remotely.

Polaroid Z2300W Instant Digital Camera

$180 at Amazon 

Just when we thought polaroids were a thing of the past, they develop a camera that fits in with modern digitals, but with a signature twist to it. The Polaroid instant digital camera is a 10MP that instantly creates full color 2×3″ prints with Zink zero ink printing technology. It can also record 720p HD videos.

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Google Chromecast

When we use our smartphones, tablets, and laptops at home, it’s sometimes helpful to have a bigger screen. The Google Chromecast is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but does a great job of streaming  wirelessly from any of these devices onto your Smart TV, putting your content on a full size display.

$35 through Google

Jackery Mini Charger

$20 at

If you’ve ever worried about your phone dying on you, the Jackery mini charger could help ease future anxiety. The USB charging device is as small as a tube of lipstick, making it a great portable gadget to keep on hand just in case of emergencies.

Frend “With Benefits” Taylor Headphones

$250 at

 These stunning headphones are perfect for music lovers with the need to accessorize. A creative collaboration with designer Rebecca Minkoff, these over-ear headphones are collapsible with  interchangeable caps, available in three different styles and finishes.

Ozeri Maestro Electric Wine Opener

$40 on Amazon

This electric wine opener gets the job done, but also lets you know if the wine is at optimal serving temperature. It uses infrared technology to measure the temperature inside the bottle and displays it on an LCD screen without having to opening the wine first.