Top Tech Gifts For Dad‎


Father’s Day is just a few days away and by now you already have a gift for dad, right? If you don't -- you're not the only one and you've come to the right place. 

Gadgets and tech are a great place to start so here are some last minute ideas for the special men in your life. Whether he's a savvy IT dad, or not here are gifts he'll love that won't break the bank.

For the green thumb

Technology can’t completely turn your Dad into an expert arborist, but it can increase the odds that his plants will survive and make the yard look at least a little bit better. 

Using real-time local weather data, the Gro 7-Zone Controller automatically tailors in-ground irrigation schedules to your lawn and garden needs. Simply replace the old sprinkler controller with this device to monitor, make scheduling changes or turn your sprinklers on/off from anywhere, anytime through the Gro Connect app. Control through popular voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. MSRP: $149.99.

For the man in your life who is a always on the go

The ASUS NovaGo Always Connected Windows 2-in-1 PC is a productivity device with connectivity that changes everything.

It comes with amazing battery life, instant-on power, and pervasive connectivity:
These are the tantalizing reasons for buying one of the new breed of Always Connected.


For the social media man   

Instead of regular sunglasses that protect your eyes from the sun, the Snapchat Spectacles record snaps of your day and sync them to your Snapchat Memories, which makes it a fun travel accessory, whether you’re playing tourist in your own city or heading overseas.

Spectacles can take photos, in addition to videos, by pressing and holding the capture button for a second. Best of all, everything captured with Spectacles 2.0 is in high-definition by default — no more needing to convert to HD after the fact.

For the forgetful dad

Dad maybe forgetful (but you can't forget his gift!). Give him the gift that keeps on giving and giving- NO KEYS! The Nest and Yale smart lock. It replaces your existing deadbolt and uses 4 standard double a batteries. It’s tamper-proof, key-free deadbolt that you control from your Nest app. All dad needs is his phone and he can unlock and lock my door from anywhere.