PC Magazine Features Editor Eric Griffith says this laptop will be sure to please any dad.
“It has retina display, weighs less than four pounds and boots up in no time,” Griffith says. “It’s a killer laptop, which is also pricey. But hey, it’s Dad.”
As far as tablets go, this is one of the most expensive ones out there, but Griffith says it’s worth the price.
The tablet runs on Windows 8 with a Core i7 processor, and is a gamer’s dream.
“They usually make gaming stuff like mice and keyboards,” he says. “This has handles on either side [for PC gamers] and it’s a gorgeous-looking tablet. It is geared toward gamers, but you can do just about anything on it. There’s also a dock for it if you want to use it as a laptop.”
These speakers wirelessly stream music from an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with instant connection, says Griffith.
“If you have an iPhone 5, you can also use as a connector and charger.”
Price: $5,999 for 55”
This system is by far the most expensive item on the list, but Griffith says it’s a perfect gift for any dad who is a real audiophile, as this is the perfect combo of television screen and sound quality.
“This has amazing sound, Bose sound and 3-D sound, so you don’t need center or rear speakers for the entertainment system. It’s all built into the TV, so it’s the best-sounding television. It’s also pretty good looking, too.”
Griffith chose this camera for its quality and size. “This takes images that look as good as what you would get from a digital reflex camera. And for a point-and-shoot camera, you can put it in your pocket.”
With Father’s Day just around the corner, here are a few ideas from one tech expert that will be sure to impress any dad.