Best gadgets for Father's Day

Here is an article about the top 7 gift gadgets which you may offer to your Dad on Father's day. This article contains all the valuable and detailed information regarding top Father's day gift gadgets. This article relates "Top 4 gadgets for Father's Day".

Do you want to offer gifts to your beloved Dad on Father's day? Here are some gift gadgets from which you may choose one to offer! These gadgets are:

1. OXX Digital Classic DAB+ digital radio

2. Roberts Stream 202 digital radio

3. Asus K52F

4. Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14

5. Canon EOS 550D

6. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1

7. Garmin Nuvi 3790T

OXX Digital Classic DAB+ digital radio

If your dad is fond of listening to the cricket, this device is the perfect choice to be offered by you to your father on Father's day. The OXX Digital is quite easy to use, and you can even hook up the player to a network which is as simple as no man's job — whether you are using Ethernet or wireless network. This gadget is not a hi-fi product but is as good as a desktop radio that includes the media streaming, DAB+ and it is pretty hard to beat for the quality price. The gadget's high quality sound just attracts and seals the deal.
OXX Digital Classic DAB+ digital radio
The Good:
1. OXX Digital Classic DAB+ digital radio has a Solid build quality.
2. It is very easy to set-up and use.
3. It reflects a good quality sound.
4. Ethernet and wireless network connectivity.

The Bad:
1. Only four preset keys per input can be put in function at a time.
2. No remote device.

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Roberts Stream 202 digital radio

This device is one of the most efficient gadgets and is much intuitive in its operation; it is a fine and soft sounding gadget and is much easy-to-use as a portable device. It costs about AU$499.
Roberts Stream 202 digital radio
The Good:
1. The gadget has an impressive sound quality for its size.
2. It has very fast tuning and a general operation.

The Bad:
1. It has a plastic construction.
2. It has very limited DAB+ extra features.

Asus K52F

All of us must or may be like the very Asus K52F a lot. Being at a less than AU$1000, you will be also provided a heck of a lot of values in a designed way that usually comes at very and much higher premium/cost. If your dad doesn't like or don't wants the Bluetooth facility, then this gadget is the excellent choice to be offered before your father on the Father's day.
Asus K52F
The Good:
1. Asus has an excellent build quality and design.
2. It has a great screen.
3. SRS sound tool improves its sound quality to the limits.
4. It has a Multi-touch touchpad.
The Bad:
1. Voluminous amounts of crapware are present.
2. No Bluetooth facility.

Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14

This gadget still has the tough laptop mentality that made it much famous throughout the world but manages to soften a little bit through more efficient and sufficient consumer-friendly design, making it (Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14) very excellent to be offered as a gift gadget before your Dad. The gadget every time offers you very good expandability and costs bout AU$999, representing an excellent value.
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14
The Good:
1. Sturdy Lenovo design is its feature.
2. It has a pre-loaded Dual-input system.
3. It has an excellent keyboard.
4. Good expansion options are available.
5. Crapware does not overrun the system.

The Bad:
1. Its throwing out of the red light can be annoying.
2. It has a hot air vent on left-hand side.

Canon EOS 550D

If your Dad loves capturing those family moments, Canon EOS has the best implementation of the video on a digital SLR and matches it with an excellent image quality.
Canon EOS 550D
The Good:
1. It has a full manual control in movie mode.
2. With an increased ISO sensitivity.
3. Excellent LCD screen and resolution.
4. External mic input.

The Bad:
1. It has no selectable RAW sizes.
2. It has a small viewfinder.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1

This camera is the most complete Micro Four Thirds camera available yet. If you are looking for an ideal entry-point into the format, the Lumix GF1 could be it, and its compact form factor makes it simply great for the Dads who love outdoors.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1
The Good:
1. It has a compact form factor with interchangeable lenses.
2. Built-in flash system.
3. Excellent image quality.

The Bad:
1. There is no in-body image stabilization for the gadget.
2. Viewfinder not included in it.

Garmin Nuvi 3790T

Yet, this gadget is not quite as smart as it always claims to be, but the Nuvi 3790T's alluring and cool design, its responsive screen and almost hands-free operations, is a winning move for the Dad who just hates to ask for directions.
Garmin Nuvi 3790T
The Good:
1. Stunning looks
2. Responsive high-resolution screen
3. Terrain view
4. Easy to use
5. Voice recognition works brilliantly

The Bad:
1. Traffic Trends routing is too smart for its own good.
2. Voice dialing on iPhone 3GS equals silent calls every time.
3. Glass screen reflects (catches reflections).


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