The best tech gadgets under $100 you can buy this month » Gadget Flow

Want to update your tech this month and still stay on budget? With these picks, you can get it for less than $100. Check out the list below.

Good tech can set you back, but these gadgets don’t. Available from leading companies, these are the best sub-$100 tech gadgets you can buy this month. Treat yourself or someone you love for reliable technology that won’t break the bank.

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Think you can’t get decent gaming earbuds for under $100? You’re wrong because the ROCCAT Syn Buds Core work with most devices and offer game-worthy audio for just $25. I guess.

Then, with affordable smart home technology, the Wyze Cam v3 Garage Door Controller, you can view and control your garage door from anywhere for just $44.

You don’t have to spend a fortune on technology. These products prove it.

1. ROCCAT Syn Buds Core Wired Gaming Earbuds work with virtually all mobile gaming devices and are compatible with Nintendo Switch.

Using ROCCAT Syn Buds Core

Enjoy great sound for portable games and media with the ROCCAT Syn Buds Core wired gaming earbuds. The 3.5mm jack offers versatility and the 10mm driver units provide plenty of bass.

Available on Amazon for $24.99.

2. With 8BitDo USB Wireless Adapter 2, you can connect almost any wireless controller to Switch, Mac, Windows PC, Raspberry Pi, etc.

8BitDo USB Wireless Adapter 2
8BitDo USB Wireless Adapter with 2 Gadgets

With 8BitDo USB Wireless Adapter 2, you can use your favorite controller for more games. Its ultimate software gives you exquisite control over every component, including button mapping, vibration control, stick and trigger sensitivity adjustments, and more.

Available on Amazon for $19.99.

3. The Lexon Mino+ Portable Speaker Series is palm-sized and ready to take to a beach party. Even better, it’s under $30.

Read Mino+ video

Looking for a portable speaker for summer parties? Try the Lexon Mino+ Portable Speaker Series. The series includes Chrome, Alu, and Glossy models, each relying on his Bluetooth connectivity. Available in 15 colors to brighten up any room, he’s currently one of the best tech gadgets under $100.

You can buy it on the official website for $29.90.

4. DOOGEE CR1Pro GPS Smartwatch is a rugged smartwatch with 14 sports modes and more.

DOOGEE CR1Pro GPS Smartwatch
DOOGEE CR1Pro in use

With the DOOGEE CR1Pro GPS Smartwatch, you don’t need to spend more than $200 on a sports smartwatch. Sport modes help you with exercises like running, hiking, weightlifting, and swimming. It also monitors your heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and location.

You can get it for $64.99 on the official website.

5. Wyze Cam v3 Garage Door Controller allows you to remotely manage your garage door for less than $50 and works with most openers.

Best Tech Gadgets Under $100 You Can Buy This Month
Wyze Cam v3 Garage Door Controller in Garage

Get peace of mind with the Wyze Cam v3 Garage Door Controller. Get a live view of your garage from anywhere and get alerted if your door is left open.

You can get it for $43.99 on the official website.

6. The Nomad 65W power adapter features a cool GaN power conversion chip for fast charging your iPhone, MacBook, iPad Pro and more.

Nomad 65W Power Adapter
Nomad 65W power adapter front and side view

Get the latest charging technology at an affordable price with the Nomad 65W power adapter. With both ports, you get 45 watts from the fast-charging top port and 20 watts from the bottom port. That way, you can charge both your M1 MacBook and iPhone together, making it one of the best sub-$100 tech gadgets you can buy this month.

You can get it for $69.95 on the official website.

7. Reigning Champ x Native Union collaboration includes Night Cable, Reigning Champ Case for AirPods Pro and Drop Wireless Charger.

Reigning Champ × Native Union Collaboration
Reigning Champ x Native Union Collaboration Cable and Case

Take your Apple gadget to the next level with the Reigning Champ x Native Union collaboration. These devices are priced under $100 and enhance the way you use Apple technology. For example, the Night Cable has adjustable weighted knots to keep it in place, while the Reigning Champ case works with wireless charging.

Available from $39.99 on the official website.

8. The VAVA 2K webcam enhances your video conferencing and calls with automatic low-light compensation to look your best.

Best Tech Gadgets Under $100 You Can Buy This Month
VAVA 2K webcam on iMac

The VAVA 2K Webcam makes your camera look great. The automatic low-light compensation function ensures bright and clear shots in any situation. Second, calls stay natural with precision autofocus and noise-filtering dual mics.

You can get it for $69.99 on the official website.

9. mophie powerstation hub portable battery charges your devices on the go with a 6,000 mAh battery and up to 18 watts of power.

mophie powerstation portable battery hub
mophie powerstation hub with gadgets

With the mophie powerstation hub portable battery, you’ll never run out of power for your wired or wireless gadgets when you’re on the go. It features a wireless charger for Qi-enabled gadgets, two USB-A ports, and a USB-C PD port. Portable and cable-free, he’s one of the best sub-$100 tech gadgets you can buy this month.

You can get it for $49.95 on the official website.

10. RIG MG-X mobile game controller brings Xbox-like control to your mobile games and works with Android 6+ phones.

Rig MG-X Video

Take your mobile gaming to the next level with the RIG MG-X mobile game controller. It offers buttons and layout similar to the Xbox controller and works with Xbox Game Play.

Available on Amazon for $79.99.

These sub-$100 tech gadgets will keep you connected, playing and safe for less than you think. Own one of these gadgets? Tell us about your experience!

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