Published on April 21st, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning

Mother’s Day Gift Guides – Tech to spoil Mum with

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, check out these great gift ideas for the mother’s who love tech!

Galaxy Buds2 Pro

RRP: $349



For Mum to silence the distractions and enjoy her favourite music, podcasts and more on the go.

Galaxy Buds2 Pro offer powerful active noise cancelling when you need to tune out the noise, and an intelligent, immersive 24bit Hi-Fi audio experience. Features a smaller, lighter design that will stay put Mum’s ears even while on the move. Offering easy Bluetooth pairing options, the Buds2 Pro auto-connect to other Samsung devices in one simple step and for the first time ever, can auto-switch, too.


Available in Bora Purple, White, and Graphite, the Buds2 Pro has a matte finish for a sophisticated look.


Portable SSD T7 Shield

 RRP: $349




Because Mum always needs more storage!

The portable T7 Shield is a durable, high-performance and reliable storage device that offers assurance that the thousands of images Mum has of her precious kids remain safeguarded.


The T7 Shield is rugged enough to survive drops up to 3 metres; sports an IP65 rating for dust and water resistance; and, is compatible with a host of devices from Mum’s Galaxy smartphone, gaming console, PC or Mac.


Weighing less than 100g, it’s durable and versatile enough to be kept in Mum’s purse for essential storage on the go.


Did we mention the T7 Shield also comes in three colours – Blue, Beige, Black – and three storage sizes – 1TB, 2TB, 4TB?!


Essential Air Purifier AX32

RRP: $399



Give the gift of fresh air.

If your mum is affected by allergies, asthma, is constantly getting hit by day-care colds, or moans about the smell of wet-pets around the house, she will certainly find relief with the small yet powerful AX32 air purifier.


Available in classic colourways – Champagne, Silver, and White – the Essential AX32 blends harmoniously with modern interiors while a multi-layered high efficiency purification system captures 99.97% of 0.3㎛ ultra-fine dust and certain harmful gases to keep air clean.


·       The Essential AX32 is ideal for rooms up to 41m² and offers a Clean Air Delivery Rate up to 320m³ p/hr. Operation and customisation is also made simple with the SmartThings App, providing remote control options for a seamless experience. 

Galaxy Watch5

RRP: $499



Prioritise holistic health and wellness routines with ease.


The Galaxy Watch5 series is packed with insightful sleep tracking, personalised design options, plus more features on the Samsung Health app to help shape everyday health and wellness habits. With the 3-in-1 BioActive Sensor, Mum will be empowered to have a complete picture of all her health-related insights.


With a sleek design and variety of colour options, the Galaxy Watch5 not only works hard but looks good doing it.


Available in Graphite, Sapphire, Pink Gold and Silver

Galaxy A Series

A14 5G RRP: $379

A34 5G RRP: $599

A54 5G RRP: $699



Beautifully designed, innovative smartphones that are wallet-friendly.


Samsung’s latest Galaxy A series devices offers Mums the full package from a brand you can trust. The Galaxy A54 is the most premium looking of the Galaxy A Series phones, beautifully designed with a sleek look and feel, with the features that you would want from a phone, including a 50MP rear camera with advanced stabilisation and nightography features, great for taking photos and videos any time of day.


The Galaxy A Series phones are powered with up to two days battery life, so your phone will outlast your kids before needing a recharge.


These innovative smartphones compound the best of Samsung’s flagship offering as a wallet-friendly option.


Available models include the Galaxy A54 5G, A34 5G, Galaxy A14 5G, and Galaxy A14.

The Freestyle Projector (2022)

RRP: $1,299



Free to be entertained, any time, any where.

Give Mum the gift of big screen entertainment at home, while camping – honestly, anywhere she goes – via The Freestyle’s 100 inches of crystal-clear picture quality. With an inbuilt 360° speaker, a simple rotating design, automated image straightening, scaling, levelling and focus, all Mum has to do is pick the content she wants to wind-down to.


Mum can also personalise her Freestyle further by adding a Blossom Pink, Forest Green, or Coyote Beige skin.

The Frame TV and The Frame Art Store Subscription

RRP: From $1,499 for the 43”




TV when it’s on, and art when it’s off – For Mums with The Frame TV


If Mum is a lover of art and design, or if she’s forever looking for new ways to ‘refresh’ the look of a room, the gift of an Art Store subscription to further enhance her The Frame TV could be the answer to her prayers.


Bringing abstract, classic, art deco, art nouveau, water colour and modern art options to her home, Samsung’s partnership with the iconic museums and galleries around the world such as the Musée du Louvre, allows Mum to experience a catalogue of over 1,400 works of art from 43 different countries in 4K picture quality.

BESPOKE Jet Bot AI+ robot vacuum

RRP: $1,899



House work automated.

It’s a true sign of adulthood when you get excited over a vacuum and the Jet Bot AI+ is sure to delight Mum. It means she can put her feet up as the Jet Bot cleans the floors without Mum needing to lift a finger.


The Jet Bot AI+ offers intelligent, powerful cleaning that doesn’t compromise on hygiene standards. It’s equipped with industry-leading object detection and recognition technologies to clean closely around the most fragile of items, while the Integrated Clean Station provides auto dust disposal to keep 99.999% from re-entering the air.

Plus, thanks to SmartThings Pet Service, Mums of kids and fur babies alike, can use the Jet Bot AI+’s front camera to stream a live feed of the family’s furry friends, and even play music to provide company when not home.

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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