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6/20/2019 4:07:00 PM
In case you forgot Father's Day, here are some backup gifts he'd like
DJI Osmo Pocket
DJI Osmo Pocket
Nest Thermostat
Nest Thermostat
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David Novak, The Gadget Guy

If you missed getting your dad something for Father's Day, you have some explaining to do. Make it up to him with these tech savvy gifts:



In case Dad doesn’t own a smart speaker yet, hook him up with Google Home, perhaps the best home hub out there. From weather, to directions, music, calendar, news...or how to solve a math problem, the Home device by Google has your dad covered. $90.

2. "CHARGE!"

If Dad is a heavy smartphone user, he'll appreciate the Belkin Boost Charge Power Bank 5K. This 5.000mAh Boost Charge Power Bank offers a whopping 35-hours of battery life per charge and weighs a measly 5oz. In case your dad owns an iPhone, the Belkin Boost can charge both is Apple device and the Power Bank simultaneously. $40.


Coffee loving fathers will love the new Ember Mug: Father’s Day Edition, a smart coffee cup that regulates your drink, keeping it hot or cool all day long. The battery lasts an hour and there’s a charging coaster, which keeps it juiced all day. Temperature adjustment is handled by the app, and you can personalize the mug’s display text, with pretty font-colors. $100.


Any dad that loves to record the good moments spent with family and friends will love the DJI Osmo Pocket. This handheld video stick is equipped with a three-axis gimbal stabilizer that assures the 4K footage turns out smooth. $350.


Folks don't like hefty utility bills....especially Dad. The Nest Learning Thermostat saves money, energy and actually programs itself, learning temperature preferences throughout the day, creating a personalized schedule and optimizing energy use based on the time of day or night.  Best of all, you can control the Nest anywhere in the world with its free app. $250.


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