Whatever mum’s favourite pastime, there is plenty of female-focused tech on offer this Mother’s Day to suit any hobby…
Garmin has partnered with renowned potter, designer and author Jonathan Adler to introduce a collection of chic, pattern-printed accessory bands for vivofit and the new vivofit 2 activity trackers. The Jonathan Adler bands come in a three pack of different designs for RRP $45.
“The Harman/Kardon Esquire Mini is a bold, state-of-the-art audio solution, perfect for the on-the-go professional whether at home or in the boardroom,” said Sohan Karunaratne, from Convoy International. Esquire Mini (RRP $229) is a mini wireless Bluetooth speaker which fits neatly into handbags of all shapes and sizes.
Brother ScanNCut (CM550DX, RRP $699) is a big hit with craft lovers. This hobby cutting machine with a 300 DPI built-in scanner means mum can turn scanned images into unique cutting designs to create scrapbooks, greeting cards, quilts, and stunning one-of-a-kind crafts.
Parrot Flower Power ($79.99) is a smart wireless sensor designed to help mum take care of her chrysanthemums. This gadget monitors soil moisture, fertiliser, ambient temperature and light intensity. It will then let mum know exactly what her flowers need by sending helpful notifications to her smartphone or tablet via a dedicated app.
For lovers of the written word the Kobo Aura H2O (RRP $229) is a waterproof and dustproof E Ink eReader that’s safe to take to beach, bath and bedroom.
Samsung’s Level Over headphones (RRP $429) allow mum to block out the outside world with Active Noise Cancelling technology and wirelessly immerse herself in a world of high quality audio.
Available in a range of colours, Logitech’s AnyAngle case for the iPad Air 2 (RRP $69.95) is a unique stand with an integrated hidden hinge that holds mum’s iPad at any angle within a 50-degree range, and firmly keeps that angle in place without tipping or sliding.