YOU don’t need to call a tech-savvy mum’s iPhone to see how she is because you follow her on Twitter. Besides, she’s too busy setting up the new 3D television she ordered online. The tech-savvy mum is not necessarily a Sci Fi fan, but when combating germs or deleting a file she has been caught saying “exterminate, exterminate” in her best Dalek voice.
Free or make yourself
Music playlist: create a dedicated Mother’s Day custom song list to load onto your Mum’s iPod or burn to CD. Use songs you already have or get iTunes credit. iTunes credit is available from Apple, Coles, Target, Big W.
Targus Ladies Notebook Bag: This ladies notebook has a removable notebook sleeve; contains a mobile phone compartment, card holder and key clip; and a removable cosmetics/accessories pouch. $10 from each sale goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Costs $119 (online). Available from Officeworks
On a budget (<$50)
Blu-Ray movies: Is your mum a movie fan? Does she know what Blu-Ray is? Select from a variety of titles available in Blu-Ray. Costs from $19.99. Available from Big W and Target.
Mid-range ($50 to $150)
Western Digital 1TB Caviar Green 3.5” Internal Hard Drive: This stylish hard drive ensures reliability and energy conservation, with reduced power consumption by up to 40 percent compared to standard desktop drives. Costs $139. Available from Officeworks.
Apple MacBook: The MacBook features a 13.3-inch display, built-in iSight camera, 2GB RAM, SuperDrive, 120GB hard drive. Costs from $1,299. Available from Dick Smith, Apple, Myer.
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