|By Marketwired .||
|June 11, 2014 03:35 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- Scott Steinberg, founder of techsavvymag.com, shares ideas for the perfect tech gifts to get dad this Father's Day.
Keep dad's smile happy and healthy with the new Oral-B Black 7000 power brush. It has a sleek design and removes up to 100 percent more plaque than his regular manual toothbrush. They have a great Power of Dad campaign running where you can share your favorite photos and moments using hash tag power of dad or by visiting powerofdad.com.
Whether he loves listening to music or sports, or watching videos on the go, these LG GRUVE headphones with HD sound quality are great. They are super comfortable and block out unwanted noise. They also can be used wirelessly with any Bluetooth-enabled device or wired with an auxiliary cable. You can answer calls and hear texts in between listening to your favorite songs. Comes in black and white for $99.99.
Everyone wants to keep in touch with family and friends. MagicJack is a great way for dad to stay plugged in for less than $3 a month. The new MagicJack GO uses any broadband connection for improved call quality and free international calls to the U.S. so it's perfect for summer travel. I also love the free magicApp which lets me take my home or office number wherever I go.
While on-the-go, help dad stay connected with his favorite electronics at home. With this D-Link Wi-Fi Smart Plug you can control your home devices, wherever you are. With the mydlink Wifi Smart Plug app, you can create on/off schedules for your electronics and monitor power consumption at home. No need to worry about overheating appliances, with a built-in thermal sensor, the smart plug will automatically turn them off if they get too hot.
Every dad loves a good laugh. Johnny Knoxville has an all-new movie called Bad Grandpa point 5, which is a follow-up to the hit comedy Bad Grandpa. It's available to download now and is loaded with never-before-seen pranks and hilarious behind-the-scenes footage and interviews. It's funny and something your dad, or grandpa, will enjoy.
More information at TechSavvyMag.com!
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