Some suggestions to consider ahead of this Sunday...
Father’s Day is fast approaching, but if you’re still unsure of what to get your dad ahead of this Sunday, here are some tech ideas for less than €150.
This device plugs into the HDMI port of a television, allowing the user to stream content from their phone onto the big screen. Aside from being a genius invention, it only costs €39. It's available both in store and online.
This is the ideal gift for any dad who likes to watch a bit of YouTube, Netflix or even just view photos on the big screen. It's very easy to use and has many different functions.
If your dad has a smartphone, then you can't go wrong with a power bank. This unit from Halfords is a sturdy, neat device that will give any smartphone that extra bit of juice when needed.
There are a number of other options available if you don't live near a Halfords, including this one from Harvey Norman.
As we approach the summer, a portable speaker might be a good addition to your dad's life. Whether it's to keep him company whilst working away in the garden or fill a room during a party or event, this is an excellent choice.
It pairs to smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth with ease. The design of the speaker means sound is projected in 360 degrees, filling a room.
If your dad likes kitchen tech, a healthy air-fryer could be the way to go.
This allows you to fry, roast, bake and grill your favourite ingredients using only one spoonful of oil, or in some cases, no oil at all. Rapid Air technology allows for even heat distribution around the appliance so you can get the crispy, delicious results you want without the grease and stickiness.
We're taking more photos than ever before, but how often do you actually print physical images? The Canon Selphy CP1200 allows the user to print photos from a phone, tablet or memory card with ease.
It's incredibly easy to use and means your dad can print away to his heart's content.