Powered by Alexa, the Amazon Echo is a voice-controlled device that your mum can use to play music, have questions answered, audiobooks read to her, get news and weather reports and so much more. It also makes shopping on Amazon a lot easier.
If you don’t want to spend over £100 on a gift, you can alternatively get the Amazon Echo Dot which you can hook up to your own audio setup and is considerably cheaper at £49.99.Shop now on Amazon
The Fire Tablet is the perfect tablet computer to get your mum this Mother’s Day.
It has a bright 7-inch screen and a fantastic battery life so your mum doesn’t have to worry about it running out of juice while out and about.
The Amazon Fire is also fast and incredibly responsive, offering quick app launch times as well as smooth performance for games and videos.
The Amazon Fire tablet comes in 8 and 16GB variants, though you can boost its storage capacity by up to 200GB with its microSD card slot for more apps or even photos.Shop now on Amazon
If your mum doesn’t have a Smart TV and wants access to on-demand services like Netflix or BBC iPlayer, the Chromecast is a great little gadget.
Simply plug it into the TV’s HDMI port and you’re good to go! Your mum can control it using her phone by simply tapping the Cast button in certain apps to start watching on the TV.
Chromecast also works with iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, Mac, Windows laptops and Chromebook.Shop now on Currys
For all the active mums, the Fitbit Alta is a perfect gift.
It looks incredibly slim and stylish, coming in a variety of vibrant colours. When your mum pairs it with her phone via the app she’ll be able to easily track her steps, distance, calories burned, active minutes, hourly activity and stationary time.Shop now on Tesco Direct
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