Want to buy your beloved mother a great Mother's Day gadget? We've put together the best tech gifts for you, so you'll be satisfied with what you buy.
We will be the first to say that it was quite difficult to limit the number for this list to a manageable number. ReviewGeek has thousands of gift ideas for multiple reviews and product summaries ̵
Read on to find out which gadgets your mother can buy this Mother's Day.
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We are big fans of Google Home Hub at ReviewGeek We've even recommended such big fans as our Mother's Day gift, so if you're new, remember that it's the best digital photo frame you could ask for, it's so much more than that In addition to being able to browse through all the photos on the hub, you can control thousands of devices – from light sources to cameras to televisions or thermostats – via the voice control system.
There is also the option to play without any problems can Songs and videos from YouTube Music, Spotify, Pandora and iHeartRadio. Oh, and you can ask Google for answers to questions, recipe suggestions, or just what you've planned for the day. Sounds pretty magical, right? Buy one for your tech-loving mother. She will love you even more.
One of the best things about the Nintendo Switch is that it's a great console, die-hard gamer, or a random fan of Mario and Zelda , There's something for everyone, from the epic wonders of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to the sheer sense of fun and chaos that Mario Kart 8 can bring to the whole family. Plus, there's the addictive all-day fascination of games like Stardew Valley that tempts you to spend too much free time on your harvest and your virtual farm.
If your mother played Nintendo games with her as a kid, she will love this memory of those happy days. If she's never played a console before, she'll love a souped up version of her smartphone that she can open to a world of games she's never thought of before. Seriously, a family session with Mario Kart 8 is a lot of fun.
If your budget continues to expand, you should also buy some accessories or games.
Amazon Echo ($ 99)
If you know that your mother does not care about the visual aspect of the Google Home Hub, but she'd love a smart speaker, you need to buy the Amazon Echo, which offers all the benefits of a smart speaker without worrying about the touchscreen interface and the additional bonuses that Google provides.
The Amazon echo can still ask Alexa to play her favorite music, check the weather, make lists, or steer Smart Home devices, it's especially nice to have an Amazon Prime or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription because everything is in sync In fact, the speaker component of the Amazon Echo is pretty good, so it will be satisfied with the sound quality.
Anova Precision Cooker (196 $)
If your mother loves to cook as much as she loves gadgets, she'll love the Anova Precision Cooker. It's a completely different way of cooking than she's probably used to. Simply place your food in a sealed pouch and place it in a water container before warming it up with the Anova. It usually means a juicy piece of meat or perfectly cooked vegetables.
The Anova precision cooker is our favorite device from Sous Vide, but also the ChefSteps Joule Sous Vide. It is more expensive but has some additional benefits.
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air Earphones ($ 80)
Whether your mother likes running or running, she needs a good pair of headphones to listen to music or music podcasts. We were very impressed with the quality of the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air headphones earlier this year. Essentially, these are AirPods on a budget. Their audio quality is easily comparable to Apple earphones and they make an excellent contribution to noise isolation.
They are available in black or white. Choose the color she loves the most, and feel at ease when enjoying the superior audio quality.
Kindle Paperwhite ($ 150)
Everyone loves to read, right? You can not beat the smell and tactile quality of a paper-based book, but you can not beat the comfort of an e-book reader. Buy a Kindle Paperwhite for your mom to introduce her to the world of e-books (or upgrade her to an older Kindle). The screen offers a high resolution, which means sharp lines when reading, and the battery life is a whopping 6 weeks. There is also a built-in light that says that eye pain is a thing of the past.
It's even waterproof so you can read it in the tub or by the pool. It will be with this & # 39; new & # 39; Reading her favorite novels more than satisfied.
Apple Watch Series 4 ($ 360)
If your budget for Mother's Day is a bit higher than most, and your mom is pretty active, then that is an Apple Watch a great idea. After years in which Apple's device was almost great, but not quite, they finally master it. This portable device has a larger and more elegant screen that looks good on a woman's slender wrist.
It's also fast and offers many benefits to iOS owners. These include playing your music over the clock, integrated GPS, heart rate monitoring and some impressive health features. For example, there is an ECG function that detects irregular rhythms in your heart and fall detection in the event that your mother falls suddenly and does not get up again.
Really? It's a stylish and smart-looking watch that your mother will love. It's great for any occasion, from a walk with the dog to an evening of good food.
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Digital Photo Frame ($ 50- $ 150)
Would Your Mother Love Digital? Picture frame, but is not a fan of smart home stuff and not very pleasant with the idea of installing a home hub in their home? Although we can not recommend the Home Hub enough, if your mother is not very familiar with technology or would prefer offline solutions, the Google Home Hub is out of the question.
Instead, buy her a digital photo frame. We have discussed them in detail in the past and you can take many different frames, all of which work by simply inserting an SD card or similar into the frame and completing the task. If your mother does not have the best technique skills, this is a great way to make sure she still sees a steady stream of pictures of the grandchildren. In some cases, you can even send new photos directly to the device.