We dug up these easy-to-use electronics to help her sip, read, and more. Happy holidays, Ma!
In 2015, an enhanced wine experience is as simple as pressing a button. Attach this battery-powered Aervana gadget to the top of any bottle, and it dispenses a perfect amount of aerated wine every time. Throw in Mom’s favorite bottle of red to make it personal.
Is your mother still a proud library-card holder who just doesn’t “get” e-readers? Then she probably doesn’t realize that Kindles are now surprisingly affordable and available in versions for techies of every level. There is even a bonus for you: Every holiday and birthday from now on, you have a no-brainer gift for her in Kindle gift cards.
She’s mastered the art of creating Facebook photo albums (one for each grandpet!), so she’ll be able to use this photo frame in a cinch. Nixplay’s latest model comes in 8- and 13-inch options, and you can create photo playlists and even add sentimental captions. Dad will appreciate the power-saving sensor that turns the frame off when you leave the room.
For moms who regularly hand out hard copies photos of their kids and grandkids, an easy-to-use printer is in order. This one from Canon is small, mobile, and can be used with either a computer or smartphone.
If Mom has resisted the Fitbit craze because the clunky bracelets don’t mesh with her classy style, she has a valid argument! Enter Tory Burch’s collaboration with the fitness tracker brand. The designer dreamed up elevated Fitbit styles in shiny brass, rose-gold, and more.
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