Top Tech Gifts for Father's Day for the World's #1 Geek Dad

From smart glasses to AI-powered bird feeders that identify the species of your feathered friends, you'll find the perfect gadget for your dad from this list of Father's Day tech gifts.

Nathan Eddy

June 8, 2024

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Father's Day is fast approaching — Sunday, June 16, in case you forgot — and that means it's time to start thinking about the perfect gift for dear old dad.

Depending on what your father fancies, the options for tech-centric celebratory gifts continue to expand as the internet of things (IoT) expands to include a connected light projector, bird feeders, speakers, and alarm clocks — all of which you can find on the list of gadget gifts below.

Our increasingly connected world also means dads are busier than ever and in need of battery replenishment on a constant basis, which is why we've selected gizmos that offer outstanding battery life, as well as a pair of wireless chargers that make smartphone charging easier — and faster — than ever before.

For the father who loves stargazing, the Astronaut Galaxy Light Projector, with its 360-degree rotating head and body, projects starry light scenes with a mesmerizing galaxy effect, while the Apple Watch Ultra 2 features comprehensive health tracking, built-in GPS, and improved water resistance.

It's also easier than ever to bust your budget when shopping for gifts, and while your love for the pater familias likely has no bounds, we've kept an eye on prices to bring together a selection of gifts that fit every budget.

From sports devices to help your father keep fit to connected portable speakers that bring dadrock tunes to the masses (help us all!), this compendium of eight sure-fire home runs for the old man will make shopping a little lighter on your mind — and hopefully your wallet.

About the Author(s)

Nathan Eddy

Nathan Eddy is a freelance writer for ITProToday and covers various IT trends and topics across wide variety of industries. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, he is also a documentary filmmaker specializing in architecture and urban planning. He currently lives in Berlin, Germany.

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