The IT Nerd Mothers Day Gift Guide For 2019

It’s that time of year again. People are turning their attention to gifts for Mother’s Day as they try to find the perfect gift for Mom. Let me share some of the top gifting recommendations for consideration for Mother’s Day.

Roku Streaming Stick + – $89.99

Powerful and portable, the Roku Streaming Stick gives the gift of entertainment on-the-go all in a powerful stick. With thousands of channels there will be something to watch for every mom whether it’s Movies & TV shows, Reality TV or Lifestyle programming. Let Mom choose her favourite program with the included point-anywhere remote, or just use the Roku app on her smartphone to control the action. Check out the review here.

Roku Express – $44.99

The new Roku Express is five times more powerful than its predecessor, and offers easy HD streaming at an affordable price. A great Mother’s Day gift, the Express comes with a remote control that makes finding something to watch a snap. With over 150,000 movies and TV shows available (including tons of free content), you’ll be sure to find something Mom likes. Check out the review here.

TCL 4K Ultra HD Smart LED Television, 65″ – $900

TCL’s 6-Series combines stunning 4K HDR picture performance and the award-winning Roku TV smart platform in a bold, brushed metal design for a superior TV experience. Dolby Vision delivers greater brightness and contrast, as well as a fuller palette of rich colors. TCL’s Contrast Control Zone technology individually optimizes the image across up to 120 zones to yield striking contrast between light and dark areas. The 6-Series models’ iPQ Engine™ provides precise colour replication while HDR Pro Gamma significantly improves HDR performance in any setting.

Safe by HUB6– $299 

Moms are usually concerned about the safety of the family and protecting the home while being away is something they worry about. Today though, home security systems charge ridiculous monthly fees for services that provide questionable protection. Safe by Hub6 uses the security system hardware you already have and frees you from long-term contracts and monthly fees. It redirects any alerts triggered by your system to your phone, friend, or HUB6’s Professional Monitoring when you need a back-up.

MSI PS42 -($1,280-$1,592) Slim. Elegant. Prestige.

For the first time, MSi is offering laptops aimed at non-gamers. The PS42 is light weighing only 1.19 kg and ultra-thin at 15.9 mm. Powered by an 8th Generation Intel® CoreTM i7 processor the PS 42 is fast and competitively priced with many of the performance features you’d expect from MSi. Crafted with hair-brushed aluminum and combined with white keyboard illumination, the PS42 is made portable and durable wherever you go! Check out the review here.

P65 Creator-($2,140-$3,500) We are creators!!

With the popularity of creative software, more and more creators need a laptop that suits them. The MSi P65 can serve the needs of 3D Animators, Video Editors and 2D Designers. Sporting the Nvidia GeForce® the P65 squeezes incredible performance into the world’s fastest, quietest, and thinnest laptops. MSi’s exclusive True Colour technology offers near perfect colour presentation and powered by an 8th generation Intel®, the P65 can keep up with any content creator.

Deco M4 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System-($280-$350)

Eliminate weak Wi-Fi signal areas once and for all! The Deco M4 three-pack delivers Wi-Fi to an area of up to 4,000 square feet by forming a unified network. Devices automatically switch between the Deco pods as you move through your home for the fastest possible speeds. Lag-free connections for up to 100 devices and parental controls all controlled by the easy-to-use Deco app.

 

 

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