High Tech Gifts for Moms, Dads and Kids
High Tech Gifts for Kids
This handy contraption keeps ear buds untangled and easy to find because it attaches to your phone or phone case. I think this might be the perfect stocking stuffer for all ages!
My oldest could use a docking station to recharge her iPhone that also doubles as an alarm clock to wake up for school. I saw it in fun neon colors in magazines as well.
If your kids use a computer and eat near it, this is worth the money. Not only will you be able to remove the sticky, icky mess they leave behind, but it is also spill proof.
High Tech Gifts for Moms
2600mah Aluminum Tubes Cylindrical Mobile Power for iPhone, $16
This is a nice gizmo for a stocking stuffer! A battery with a USB plug on it that fits in your purse for charging your phone when you aren’t around any outlets for a long time. Genius! It’s on sale for $7.22 here.
The Play Video Magnet is a lovely way to leave a message for loved ones on your fridge to make them smile,
Touch Screen Gloves, $19
In New England, we need gloves for half the year so it’s nice to be able to keep them on in the cold when you need to use your smart phone.
Instant Digital Camera with a built in printer, $160
It’s pricey but perfect for moms or mother-in-laws that are technology challenged or just need a quick polaroid for a project.
High Tech Gifts for the Family
Nikon Coolpix S01, $127 (regularly $180)
I’m always thinking I need a pocket size camera that takes better photos than my iPhone because I hate lugging around the big camera. This camera also takes HD video which is an added bonus. It’s pocket-size and easy to use. It’s either this one or the Samsung MV900F I think…
Samsung MV900F, $224 (regularly $350)
This camera also takes HD video but the big feature of this camera is that it rotates 180 degrees for easy self portraits. Not sure I need that but my kids would love that! It’s also designed for photo sharing with built-in Wi-Fi for easy uploading to your phone, computer, Facebook or whatever you want. A social media friendly camera!
Kindle Paperwhite, $112
With a 2 month battery life, this is a great eReader for those with a large library of ebooks.
Nook Simple Touch eReader , $81
Well priced with a steep discount, the Nook eReader is also easy to use with a 2 month battery life.
Boomz Audio Laptop Speakers, $30
This little speaker gives smart phones and tablet computers an audio boost at a nice price tag!
Braven 625S Portable Speaker, $150
A portable speaker turns your iPhone or iPod into an party. It’s compact at 6.3 x 1.8 x 2.5 inches too so it doesn’t take up much space making it perfect for the kitchen if you like a stereo while you cook. It won Travel and Leisure’s 2012 High Tech award.
Samsung Chrome Book, $250
The perfect laptop for those of us who pretty much only use the web to do everything. And it updates automatically!
iPad Mini with Wi-Fi, $329 and up
We lost our iPad last year. I think my son left it as a restaurant. I refuse to replace it with another iPad but if I ever did, I’m tempted by the iPad mini. I especially love the Wi-Fi capability which would come in handy!
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