The holiday season is in full swing, but this week is the last week to be buying gifts for your friends and family before Christmas comes (December 25th, just in case you forgot). Obviously, we always like to root for Apple, but here are some great tech stocking stuffers who were nice enough to make it onto your Christmas list this year.

  • AirPods: Although the item is new and hard to find, they would make a great stocking stuffer. These are Apple’s new Bluetooth earbuds that currently sell for $159.99. It is rumored that they will be in Apple Stores across the country this week, so if you really want them, go to an Apple Store this week. Personally, I think you might want to be at the store Monday morning before they open just to make sure that you get a pair for that special someone in your life.
  • Amazon Dash: Know someone who uses Amazon a lot and also has Amazon Prime? Well, what this little gadget does is make your life easier when it comes to ordering items. Run out of your favorite Starbucks Doubleshot drink? Press the button on the Amazon Dash, and just like that, your order has been placed. They currently run for only $4.99 on Amazon but are exclusive for Amazon Prime members.
  • Smartphones cases: Whether the person is an iPhone or Android user, smartphone cases are always a good way to go. You can find all different kinds through websites like Amazon and Best Buy. Prices will vary, though.
  • New MacBook Pro dongle: For the person in your family who has the new MacBook Pro, they will find this to be very helpful since the newest version of the MacBook Pro only has USB-C ports. There is currently one running on Amazon for only $11.99.
  • iTunes and Amazon gift cards: These are always good and easy gifts to give because almost everyone uses these services.
  • Apple Watch bands: Now that Apple sells their own in stores like Best Buy and Target, along with third-parties making their own bands, this is a great gift for the Apple Watch user in your family. Prices will vary depending on brand and style of the watchband.
  • Native Union 10ft Lightning Cable: I think everyone and their dog wants this one. It’s exactly like what it says it is. The cable goes 10-feet long and can charge your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Yes, the cable is kind of expensive, but the quality of the cord is great and will last for a long time. It currently sells for $34.99 in the Apple Store and on Amazon.
  • Apple Pencil: If you’re in the market for a gift for an artist, look no further than the Apple Pencil. Although this product only works on the 12.9 and 9.7-inch iPad Pros, it is certainly worth a look. The Apple Pencil currently runs for $99 through the Apple Store. It is an expensive gift for a stocking stuffer, but it’s all about the thought that counts, right?
  • PlayStation 2 HDMI adapter: Yes, you saw that! Know someone in your family that still loves to play their PlayStation 2 games, but has to play on a smaller or bad quality TV? Fear no more, this accessory does as it says. It allows players to connect an HDMI cable to this adapter and then to your HDTV, and from there, users can the best PlayStation 2 experience out there! It currently priced at $16.99 on Amazon.
  • Apple Magic Mouse 2: They’re known to be some of the best computer mice available. Even though charging the thing does look odd now, the overall design and quality of the newest Magic Mouse is something that other mouse companies just cannot compete with. It is priced at $79 at the Apple Store in-store and online.