Best Mother's Day Tech Gifts

Your mom does so much for you; the least you can do for Mother's Day is get her something that will bring a smile to her face and some convenience to her life.

Does she love to travel? Get her a suitcase that can store her tech and charge it. Does she like to cook? Choose a gadget that can help her whip up a meal in a variety of ways.

Maybe she wants to curl up with a couple of good books? Try a device that has access to over a million titles and is durable and waterproof. Our top picks for Mother's Day tech products combine utility and elegance in a way that's guaranteed to please.

Fitbit Versa

For the mom looking to stay on top of her fitness regimen, we recommend the Fitbit Versa. Not only is it significantly cheaper than the latest Apple Watch, but it's also thinner. And in addition to storing onboard music, the Versa can track sleep patterns as well as a woman's period. It allows moms to log any subsequent symptoms. The watch also has its own app store and pairs seamlessly with most Bluetooth headphones.


 

Tile Style Key Finder

Losing your keys, phone or wallet can be a drag. Save your mom from turning her house upside down looking for lost items, and get her a Tile Style keyfinder. Whenever you lose an item that has the Tile attached, you just use the app to locate the item via location or by sounding the keyfinder alarm. The accessory is waterproof and durable, and it looks good to boot.


 

eufy RoboVac 11

Sometimes, something as simple as coming home to a freshly cleaned floor is a gift in itself. That's why the eufy RoboVac 11 makes our list. A self-charging vacuum, the eufy can handle carpet and hardwood floors with aplomb and can take on about any mess you throw at it, including pet hair. And when the vacuum is done clearing your floor of various debris, cleaning the RoboVac itself is as easy as pressing a button and dumping the remnants.


 

Instant Pot Mini 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker

For the mom who loves to cook but doesn't necessarily have the time, we suggest the Instant Pot. Truly a kitchen jack-of-all-trades, the Instant Pot can function as a rice cooker, an electric pressure cooker and a slow cooker, just to name a few uses. Heck, you can even use it to make yogurt! The versatile gadget features 11 programmable controls, along with loads of recipes to help make an Instant Pot smorgasbord.


 

GoWise 3.7-Quart 7-in-1 Programmable Air Fryer

Fried foods taste great. Unfortunately, they're not that healthy — until now. The GoWise air fryer will let your mom prepare her favorite fried treats (included french fries) with little to no oil, making for a healthier meal. The gadget has seven different smart programs to cover several varieties of meat. But don't stop there; GoWise can also cook up a heaping helping of fried veggies.


 

AirPods

If you or people you know are die-hard Apple fans, the Apple AirPods are a must-have. These truly wireless earbuds delivers good audio performance, but features like near-instantaneous pairing, Find My Buds and 5 hours of battery life make the AirPods a star. And of course, they're Siri-compatible. If you're looking to cut the cord with your iPhone, you can't do better than the Apple AirPods.


 

URPower Essential Oil Diffuser

Is your mom feeling stressed, anxious or just bummed out? Sometimes, a little aromatherapy can go a long ways — or maybe she just wants to freshen up a room that's a little stinky. That's where the URPower essential oil diffuser comes in. Shaped like a stylish wooden vase, the URPower can dole out from 6-12 hours of sweet-smelling essence; just add your favorite essential oil. Or, if the air is a little too dry, the URPower also has a humidifier function.


 

Amazon Echo Spot

Nowadays, Amazon Alexa is everywhere, so why not let your mom put it right next to her bed? The Echo Spot is the ultimate upgrade to that tired, old alarm clock. Your mom will get a colorful screen that can display news and upcoming events, a photo of a treasured memory, or even videos. The Spot also features a small camera so Mom can video chat in bed, and, of course, the voice-activated digital assistant is on hand to play music, answer questions, help Mom order a pizza and control other smart home devices.


 

Mixbook

Your mom has been a part of some of your most treasured memories, so why not show her how precious those times were with a Mixbook? An online photo-design tool, Mixbooks lets you create customized photo books, cards and canvas prints that are perfect for reminiscing on all those special times.


 

Coravin Model Two Elite Wine Preservation System

There are times in every wine aficionado's life when they just want a glass of wine — not the entire bottle. For those moments, there's the Coravin Model Two Elite wine-preservation system. This slick lgadget penetrates the cork without damaging it and lets you pour that single glass. From there, the device pumps in a blast of argon gas to prevent the wine's oxidation, keeping the vintage nice and fresh for the next pour and allowing Mom to enjoy her wine at her leisure.


 

Hyper Pearl Makeup Compact Mirror and Charger

When Mom's on the go, there's nothing worse than mussed makeup or a dead smartphone. Hyper seeks to solve both problems with the Pearl makeup compact mirror and charger. Along the side of the device sits a USB 2.0 port that taps into a 3,000-mAH battery capable of charging a smartphone or small tablet. Opening the compact, Mom will see two separate mirrors; one has normal magnification, while the second one gives a close-up view, with 3X magnification. Either way, Mom will  look good for her next selfie.


   

Foreo UFO

Weird name aside, Foreo's latest contribution to the beauty world looks out of this world. A smart mask treatment system, Foreo's UFO uses the company's masks, coupled with hot and cold treatments as well as sonic pulsation and LED light therapy to deliver spa-worthy facials in the comfort of the home. Best of all, the process takes only 90 seconds.


 

Beaba Babycook 4-in-1 Steam Cooker and Blender

When it's time to introduce foods other than milk, a new mom might want to have more control over their child's diet than they get from buying whatever's on the shelf. For moms and babies with discerning palettes, there's the Beaba Babycook 4-in-1 steam cooker and blender. As the name suggests, this handy little gadget can steam, blend, reheat or defrost up to 4.5 cups of a child's favorite foods, be it fruits, veggies or meats for any age up to toddlers.


 

Dell XPS 13

From its eye-popping 4K display to its speedy performance and beautiful design, the Dell XPS 13 9370 has a lot to love. The company's premium flagship has a new design, with slimmer dimensions and a beautiful white-and-gold color scheme. The laptop still rocks a barely there bezel, and Dell has repositioned the webcam for better video web chats. Ultimately, if your mom wants the best combination of performance, portability and aesthetics, the XPS 13 9370 is made for her.


 

Anova Sous Vide Cooker with Wi-Fi

Do your mom like her food perfectly cooked? How about fork tender? Or does she like to be on the cutting edge of kitchen tech? Then check out the Anova Sous Vide Cooker with Wi-Fi. Slowly cooking your meal in a water bath using controlled heat, the Anova prepares restaurant-quality meat. And since a watched pot doesn't boil, you can use the free companion app to start cooking remotely, check the temperature and view over a 1,000 recipes.


 

9.7-Inch iPad

At 1 pound, the waifish 9.7-inch iPad is arguably the most powerful mobile computer anyone can buy. In addition to allowing your mom to watch videos and play games, the iPad now supports Apple Pencil, which comes in handy for drawing and taking notes. Throw in the new iWork suite and the snappy performance from the A10 Fusion chip, and the iPad a good tool for getting stuff done.


 

Kingston DataTraveler Bolt Duo

Apple's iPhones are known for having great cameras. But there comes a time in almost every iPhone owner's life when they're running low on space and have to make difficult decisions on what stays and what goes. Spare your mother that pain with the Kingston DataTraveler Bolt Duo. A nifty flash USB 3.0 memory stick, the DataTraveler can sit on your mom's key chain waiting to store all her precious photos until she gets to her computer. Just plug it in via the Lightning adapter, and the DataTraveler will automatically back up her camera roll.


 

Away Smart Carry-On Suitcase

Mom deserves a vacation. Make sure she travels well with the new Away Bigger Carry-On, which features a removable battery. That way, Mom will never run out of juice while she's waiting at the airport to embark on her latest adventure. This suitcase is available in various colors, so Mom can be just as stylish as she is techie.


 

Kindle Oasis in Champagne Gold

The Kindle Oasis is an excellent e-reader that we recommend for the bookworm in your life. Rocking a large, 7-inch E Ink display with auto-adjusting brightness, the Oasis offers up to six weeks of battery life and access to Amazon's growing library of over 1 million books. And just in case Mom like poolside reading, the Oasis has an IPX8 rating, which means it can survive a dunking in up to 2 meters of water.


Jabra Elite 65t

Jabra's packing a hell of a lot of value and functionality into the Elite 65t, and these headphones actually sound great. For $169.99, you get a pair of truly wireless buds with a sleek, durable and comfortable design and up to 5 hours of battery life on a charge. Delivering consistently clean detail and warm, lively instrumentals and vocals, the Elite 65t might be some of the best-sounding truly wireless buds on the market. They offer a great mix of value, functionality and customization for both Android and iOS users.


 

Credit: Tom's Guide

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