Here’s hoping Father’s Day was an enjoyable experience for everyone. For those who received gift cards and now get to spend someone else’s money on something they would really like, here are a few tech toys you might want to keep in mind. If you didn’t get what you wanted, you can always treat yourself. And, of course, for the few that – oops – forgot to get him something, it’s better late than never.
Don’t bother with the plain old memory stick, give yourself a fun boost. Dynamism.com has a few unusual versions for sale. Most notable for the Star Wars fan, choose from Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Darth Vader or 9 other classic characters for your USB drive. It stores up to 8 GB. Starting at $39.
Rather than carrying around a book, try the latest in eBook technology with the Nook from Barnes & Noble. It has a one-touch control screen that lets you see all of the book covers in your library in full color. It holds 1,500 eBooks. Once you’ve chosen which one to read, adjust the font size and screen display for easy viewing. Yours for $259.
Magic Puzzle Cube
Rubik’s Cube has gotten a lot cuter. Create a Magic Puzzle Cube with 6 photos of your choice. Choose images of the grandkids, favorite vacation spots or anything with a minimum of 300 dpi. They are downloaded to KlearGear.com, then used to fabricate the puzzle for $24.95.
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