Top Gadgets For Mother's Day

Posted: May 7 2009, 7:14am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:45am CDT , in Shopping Tips


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This weekend is the big day for moms. Mother's Day is Sunday and if you still haven't found a gift for your mom or your wife you still have time. Guy's, trust me on this, if your wife is pregnant, you need to get her a gift for Mother's Day. If you are looking for a gift for the mom in your life that is cool and they will actually use and appreciate this list of the top five Mother's Day gadgets will do the trick. Read on for some great Mother's Day gift ideas.

Nintendo Wii

The Nintendo Wii is one of the best selling and most popular game consoles ever made. Your mom or wife may not be much of a gamer, but the Wii is so much more than simply a game console. The active games that you can play on the Wii are great family fun and give kids and adults something to do together that involves getting up and moving around. The Wii's unique control methods ensure that gaming is no longer a sedentary activity. The best part is that Nintendo is finally catching up with the demand for the Wii. You can now walk into many stores like Best Buy and Walmart around the country and find the Wii sitting on store shelves.

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Nintendo Wii Fit

One of the most popular games for the Nintendo Wii isn't so much a game as it is a fitness program. The Wii Fit includes a balance board that you can stand on and the game system will track your weight and allows you to play fitness games. The balance board is also being used in more and more games that come out. For instance, you can use the balance board in some skateboarding games. The Wii fit is a great game for mom's who like to exercise or who want to get fit without having to go to a gym. Like the Wii console itself, the Wii Fit is easy to find in stores today with production finally catching up to demand.

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Pink Samsung NC10 10-inch Netbook

If your mom is using an old full size notebook that has seen better days, a new netbook would make her day. The Samsung NC10 netbook has a great keyboard, bright screen, and a 6-cell battery. The machine uses an Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB of storage, and runs Windows XP Home. Mom will be able to do all the normal computing tasks she needs like checking email, surfing the web, and editing photos on the NC10. The only drawback is that the netbook lacks an optical drive and the screen is small.

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Blackberry Curve 8900

Everyone needs a good smartphone and if mom is still using the phone she got free with the mobile plan years ago, it's certainly time for an upgrade. The Blackberry 8900 is a great smartphone that offers everything you could want in a mobile phone with a full QWERTY keyboard for texting, Wi-Fi connectivity, and a long talk time. This particular Blackberry is unlocked and is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. If your mom already has a phone with a specific provider, they will have Blackberry devices as well.

Buy your own unlocked Blackberry Curve 8900 here.

Smartparts 8-inch Wi-Fi Picture Frame

Moms like pictures and almost everyone has a digital camera today. The best way to show the pictures from a digital camera is to get a digital picture frame. This will make one great gift for mom at a price that's not too expensive. This particular frame can be had in a Wi-Fi version that can be synchronized to social networking sites like Facebook. That means if mom isn’t to technically adept you can put photos on the frame for her from anywhere in the world simply by adding them to Facebook. Pictures can go from your smartphone, directly to Facebook, and then directly to your mom's picture frame.

Buy your own Smartparts 8-inch picture frame here.

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