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Dads and technology go together like peanut butter and jelly. If your father is a techie, consider one of these high-tech gift ideas for Father’s Day to show him you care.
Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated simulation of 3D images or environments that can be interacted with using special electronic equipment, like a headset, naturally and physically. VR applications range from entertainment to educational purposes and also have military applications.
The main components of virtual reality are – the display, head tracking system, hand tracking system, and body tracking system.
Sonos speakers are wireless and easy to set up, so you can play music on your phone, tablet, or computer. You can even have different songs playing in other rooms of the house — perfect for cooking dinner in the kitchen and wanting to listen to something different than what’s playing in the living room.
Sonos works with Spotify (and other streaming services), but it also supports many different sources, including Pandora Radio and iTunes Radio.
A smart thermostat is an excellent gift for Dad because it helps control the temperature in the house. It can be controlled remotely and automatically adjusted based on your preferences or weather conditions.
Controlling your smart thermostat is also possible through a smartphone app, in case you prefer not to use a device without an app like the Amazon Echo Dot or Google Home Mini speaker with Alexa built-in. These devices are great for controlling gadgets in your home without looking at them! If you have other smart devices (like lights and speakers), they’ll be able to connect to your thermostat so that everything works together seamlessly.
Robot vacuums are a great idea for any tech-savvy Dad. These robots do all the cleaning for you; You can have peace of mind knowing that when you return home from work, your hardwood floors will not be covered in dog hair or dust bunnies. If your Dad is a busy guy who likes his gadgets, he’ll love sitting back and relaxing while his robot vacuum does all the work at home.
Robot vacuums can also be part of an eco-friendly lifestyle as they help reduce the resources humans need when it comes time to clean up after themselves!
If you’re looking for a gift for Dad, consider wireless earbuds. They’re user-friendly and practical, allowing him to enjoy music or podcasts during workouts or trips. And you can find wireless earbuds for under $100!
Amazon Alexa is a voice-activated home assistant. She can answer questions, play music and control smart devices in your home. She also can order things from Amazon with just your voice! You can use Alexa as an alternative way of controlling smart home devices like lights or thermostats.
Fitbit Flex 2 is an excellent gift for Dad. This fitness tracker can be worn anywhere on the body, including around the wrist, or clipped onto clothing. It tracks steps taken, distance traveled, and calories burned throughout the day, so you can see how active you’ve been even when you’re not wearing it. The Fitbit app also gives users access to an online community where they can compete against others in step challenges and earn badges as they reach their goals.
The Fitbit Charge 3 has a more prominent display than its predecessor (1/2 inch larger) and comes with new functionality such as automatic exercise recognition (so it knows when you’re working out), onboard music storage (for up to 300 songs), and interchangeable bands so that Dads can change up their style without buying another device altogether! Plus, there’s no need for charging because this guy lasts about seven days before needing its battery topped off again, which makes it perfect for those who don’t have time during their busy day-to-day lives!
Portable phone chargers are a great gift for dads who like to travel. It’s also a good gift for people who don’t want their phone batteries draining while they’re out having fun with friends and family! Portable chargers can charge your phone on the go, so you don’t have to be tied to a power outlet.
Installing intelligent locks can enhance the security of your home. They’re easy to install and have various features that can help you track who’s coming and going.
If your Dad is a techie, consider one of these gadgets this Father’s Day to show him you care.
If you’re struggling to choose the ideal present for your Dad, don’t worry. You can make his life easier or more enjoyable by giving him a gift that suits his interests. Gadgets can be pricey, so it’s wise to determine what he wants and how much you can afford to spend on gifts before purchasing.
With so many great gadgets on the market, there’s no excuse not to get your Dad something special this year. Whether he’s into fitness or music, plenty of gifts will make him smile from ear to ear when he opens them up on Father’s Day morning! But don’t worry–we’ve got you covered with some great ideas.