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9 Father's Day Gifts to Please Geeky Dads

From fitness trackers to smart meat thermometers, even if your father isn't a geek, at least one of these gift ideas will appeal to him this Father's Day.

Greetings fellow offspring of extraordinary geeky dads! With Father's Day just around the corner (ahem, June 18), it's time to shower your dad with some scintillating symbols of devotion in the form of dazzling geek gadgetry.

If your dad is one of the many out there with an insatiable thirst for the latest gadgets, we've put together a list of options that will surprise him and make his inner geek swoon.

Best of all, these devices aren't just impressive technological bundles, but cater to specific hobbies or interests, helping support your father's interests and passions, and serving as a full-throated thank you for all their love, hard work, and support over the years.

Related: Top 10 Tech Gifts for Every Type of Mom

Let's face it, you haven't always made it easy on him!

Picture your dad, blissfully lost in a virtual world or rocking out to his favorite tunes, free from the tyranny of cords thanks to the holy grail Sony wireless headphones you've just bestowed upon him. For the dads who are always up in the air for business travel, pair them with the AirFly Pro so he can enjoy in-flight entertainment wrapped in his noise-cancelling cocoon.

For the dads who are always looking to be the life of the party, we've offered some ideas to help enhance his external entertainment universe, including portable speakers, a digital grilling accessory to serve up the perfect steak, and a device for making video recording smooth and stable.

Related: 10 Great Gifts for Geeks

Make 2023 the year you level up your Father's Day gift game and prepare yourself for the sheer joy flashing across your father's face as you present him with the latest and greatest in sonic capabilities, cinematographic accessories, or even a wearable fitness device to help keep his ticker kicking.

Let's all take a moment this Father's Day to celebrate the geeks who raised us and make their inner child radiate with excitement.

About the author

Nathan Eddy headshotNathan Eddy is a freelance writer for ITPro Today. He has written for Popular Mechanics, Sales & Marketing Management Magazine, FierceMarkets, and CRN, among others. In 2012 he made his first documentary film, The Absent Column. He currently lives in Berlin.
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