We could have gone with “what your first tech gift says about you,” but it’s almost Christmas already.
There comes a time in a kid’s life when the wishlist evolves from past dolls and dump trucks to games and gadgets.
It’s a refinement of interest, and taste. Rather than ask Santa for presents that speak when you spin the wheel/squeeze the paw/push the button, we request gifts of a higher order. Some are electronic; others, battery-powered.
All, though, signal our graduation from toys we’re still likely to chew on at some juncture, to those that require dexterity and thought.
I asked social media connections to share with Tech Life the first tech gift they remember unwrapping for the holidays. The answers spanned generations and complexities. Here’s what they came up with.