Even if you haven’t finished your holiday shopping yet, we’ve got you covered with these tech gifts you can still order on Amazon Prime and receive before Christmas. Brilliant, right? And, true to form, these last minute Amazon Prime tech gifts are all exceptional, if we do say so ourselves. They’ll make you look thoughtful and generous and definitely not last-minute at all.
CMP is an rstyle affiliate. Editor’s note: Gifts were all available for arrival on or by 12/24 at the writing of this article. 

Last minute Amazon Prime tech gifts: BOSEbuild Bluetooth Headphones

BOSEbuild Bluetooth Headphones($119)

If you’re looking for an educational STEM kit that leads to an amazing end result, check out these build-it-yourself headphones with Bose quality sound that you’ll totally be wanting to steal back later.

Snap Circuits Bric Structures ($36.99)

We’re so impressed with this brick building kit that lets kids take their existing blocks or LEGOs to the next level. Consider this for the engineer-to-be in your family.

Related: 9 smart home holiday gifts in every price range | Holiday Tech Gift Guide 2018

Last minute Amazon Prime tech gifts: Worx Landroid Lawnmower

Worx Landroid Robotic Lawn Mower ($999)

It’s the gift that keeps on mowing! Think of all the time you’ll save the lucky recipient of this cool robotic lawn mower.

HP Sprocket portable photo printer ($99.95)

This portable photo printer delivers instant gratification by delivering ready-to-stick pictures. We know there’s a selfie queen in your life who’d appreciate that.

Last minute Amazon Prime tech gifts: Wonder Workshop sketch pack

Wonder Workshop Cue Coding Robot and Sketch Kit Bundle ($191.99)

This awesome robot teaches kids to code and has plenty of personality to keep them entertained, too. It adapts to the user’s skill level, so it’s a good gift for beginners and seasoned coders alike.

Samsung Wifi Robotic Vacuum ($399.99)

This robotic vacuum works with Alexa and will be deeply appreciated by anyone with a shedding dog — or a toddler.

Makeblock mBot Robot Kit ($81.10)

Kids can program this robot to follow their instructions and avoid obstacles, all while learning valuable coding skills.

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Last minute Amazon Prime tech gifts: Teen Tech Gifts | Xbox One X

Xbox One X ($514.99)

If there’s a teen in your life who’s been very, very good this year, consider the sleek and powerful Xbox One X. Ooh, ahh.

Tech Will Save Us Creative Coder Kit ($44.38)

If you’re buying for a younger kid who just wants to dip their toes into coding, this Tech Will Save Us Mover kit is a great place to start.

Last minute Amazon Prime tech gifts: Samsung 55-inch curved TV

Samsung Curved 55-inch 4K Ultra HD 8 Series Smart TV ($897.99)

Sometimes bigger is better. Consider this 55-inch Smart TV for whoever hosts the Superbowl or Mrs. Maisel viewing parties in your circle–even if that’s you.

Polariod POP Instant Digital Camera ($199.99)

We love this camera-and-printer-in-one as a fun gift for teens, so they can shake it like a polaroid picture (figuratively, that is; these don’t require shaking!) just like their parents did back in the day.

Related: Hey, Alexa! Where’s Santa? And other festive Echo skills for the holidays. 

Last minute Amazon Prime tech gifts: 3rd Gen Echo Dot

3rd Generation Echo Dot ($29.99)

If you’re on a budget but want to give a gift that will make make a big impact, the Echo Dot is totally the way to go. For $30, you can make it easier for someone on your list to listen to music, get a traffic update, turn on and off other devices, along with a bazillion other things.

EVO Coding Robot by Ozobot ($79.99)

Sensing a theme as to our favorite educational gifts? The EVO robot also helps learn to code, and since it’s one of the more affordable options on the market, it lets your kids experiment without making a big investment.

GoPro Karma drone with Hero6 camera ($699.99)

It’s pricey, but we think this GoPro drone would be a huge hit with the aspiring filmmaker in your life, or anyone who’s never outgrown their love of flying remote-controlled helicopters.

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