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Check out Engadget's 2018 holiday gift guide!

This year we have more than four times as many products under $50.
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It's November and Halloween is officially in the rearview mirror, which means it's officially OK to start thinking about the holidays. Specifically, all those gifts you want to buy for your friends and family. Team Engadget's been waiting for this moment, and has been hard at work our 2018 holiday gift guide. This year's round-up is stuffed with 126 recommendations across 16 categories and a wide range of price points, with more than four times as many products coming at under $50. In fact, about 30 percent of the items on this year's list fall into that budget range.

This is Engadget, so naturally we included the best smartphones, laptops, cameras, smart home devices and other gadgets your loved one didn't know they needed but soon won't be able to live without. But there's more to life than consumer electronics, so we're also highlighting toys, board games and coding kits, which we began including in our guide last year.

We also have DJ gear and headphones for the audiophile in your life, kitchen tools for aspiring chefs, a selection of the best video games and Blu-ray releases of the year and much more. Similar to Engadget itself, this guide is split into three major umbrellas -- Gear, Gaming and Entertainment -- with sub-categories and price filters to help you further narrow your search. As always, happy shopping!

Check out the full list of selections in our 2018 Holiday Gift Guide here!

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Engadget is the original home for technology news and reviews. Since our founding in 2004, we've grown from an exhaustive source for consumer tech news to a global multimedia organization covering the intersection of technology, gaming and entertainment. Today, Engadget hosts the archives and expertise of early digital publishing players like Joystiq, TUAW and gdgt, and produces the Internet's most compelling videos, reviews, features and breaking news about the people, products and ideas shaping our world. After 14 years in the game, we're leveraging our history to bring the future into focus.

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