What do you buy someone who has everything? Even worse, what do you buy a techie who seems to have everything?

Don’t panic, here are a few hints and tips which may help you decide what will make the perfect present.

How about a Lego iPad case? This great BrickCase from SmallWorks allows you to tack lego pieces onto an iPad cover. It is available in a variety of colours and can also be purchased for the iPhone.

What To Buy the Techie Who Has Everything

If you have a friend who is anti-Google or just loves Microsoft, then you could always buy them something from the Scroogled range. There is a choice of hats, t-shirts, and mugs, ranging from $7.95 to $11.99.

Anti Google Mug

I’m absolutely useless with plants, whatever I touch dies. If you have a special someone, who like me, does not have green fingers, then perhaps the high-tech Flower Power tool is the gift for them. It is the first smart wireless plant sensor, equipped with Bluetooth Smart technology. It connects to a mobile device, preventing you from killing plants, trees, vegetables and flowers, thank to its botany library of 6,000 species and the instructions on how to care for them all.

parrot flower power tool

Famous designers such as Marc Jacobs, Kate Spade, Michael Kors and Tory Burch, have all designed iPhone wristlets. Ideal for stylishly carrying around your smartphone and of course could double up as a purse.

iphone wristlet

Keyboards are pretty standard and let’s face it downright boring. But with keyboard decals you can add personality to any desktop or laptop. This one is available from Etsy store Tloveskin priced at $12.99.

Batman keyboard decal

Finally, if you’re really feeling generous or just want to show someone how much you care, then why not consider the Pebble Smartwatch, which is available for $149.99. What started out as a successful Kickstarter project, has now become a successful and popular product, with more than 250,000 devices being sold.

If you’ve got any other suggestions for us, then please share them with us.

[Images via MsJenna, Mashable]

SOURCE: http://mashable.com/2013/12/06/tech-gifts-2013/