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If you liked Mother’s Day gifts under $50 but wanted to up the ante, consider one of these tech gifts for under $100. From chic totes to monitoring systems, you’ll find something for your mom, your aunt, grandma, and your sister. They deserve the best, after all!
Not only is this slouchy vegan tote ($68) one of the prettiest bags out there, but it features a large removable zipper pouch to keep her laptop or tablet. Plus, it comes in different colors for every mom’s taste!
So chic! This Python-embossed iPad Mini case ($88, originally $125) can be personalized with Mom’s initials so it’s uniquely hers.
The app-enabled Proximo Monitoring System lets her know where valuables are at all times. The starter kit ($60) includes one fob that alerts her when she’s left her phone behind and a tag to locate her personal items (keys, purse, etc.).
Mom, more than most people, needs multiple chargers. Give her some battery power no matter where she is with this supercute kit ($24).
When she doesn’t want to have to lug around a purse, this Fossil phone wallet ($55) is a great option. It fits most smartphones and other essentials like credit cards.
The new Kindle Paperwhite ($99) boasts improvements that moms will certainly appreciate. We’re talking a lightweight body, battery life that lasts weeks, and a built-in light.
What’s better than sleek, practical headphones? A set ($77, originally $91) made from reinforced fiberglass that’ll withstand any damage and that comes with a microphone so Mom can hold all her convos in peace.
May 2 is the last day to order iPhoto Print Products ($4-$50) if you want to give her iPhoto books and calendars on Mother’s Day proper. Create beautiful memories of vacations or family outings for Mom, or a year full of family photos in iPhoto.
Belkin‘s CarAudio Connect FM ($100) Bluetooth-enabled accessory connects smartphones to car stereos in seconds. Just pair the phone via Bluetooth, plug the accessory into a cigarette lighter, and voilà — mom can make hands-free calls or play music from a playlist through her car speakers.
Amazon Prime ($99 per year) is an online shopper’s best friend. She’ll get free two-day shipping on most items, complete access to Prime Instant Videos, one-click purchasing, and the ability to borrow hundreds of books from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.
This is the ultimate accessory for setting up a mobile office anywhere, at anytime. Turn an iPad into a workstation with Belkin‘s folio and keyboard for iPad 2, 3, and 4 ($100). The keyboard is removable, and the slim design eliminates bulk.
The lightweight Withings pulse activity tracker ($100) clips onto Mom’s clothes and measures her steps, distance, elevation, calories, and sleep. It gets bonus points for syncing data wirelessly to iOS or Android phones with the free app.
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