Mothers Day 2016: Last minute tech gift ideas to surprise your mum
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Mother's day is just around the corner. For those of you who are still racking your brains on what to gift your mother on this special day, fret not, IBTimes UK has compiled a list of top last minute gift ideas to help you out.

Whether you are on a budget or want to splurge, the gift guide below covers it all. Don't worry though, all of them are handy and simple to use, which is sure to make your mother's life more organised and fun.

Tile Tracker

If your mother is constantly on the go but somehow keeps misplacing a few things in her efforts to be supermum, then the Tile Tracker is the perfect little device to help her become organised. The Bluetooth tracking device can be operated via a smartphone app. Your mother can attach tiny tiles to the items that she usually keeps losing track of, like keys, wallets and so on and then locate the item by sound or checking its last known location on a map on your phone. You can purchase a single Tile at just around £10 ($14) or even choose a Tile package at a discounted price online.

Amazon Kindle

If your mother is a book lover, the Paperwhite would make an amazing gift. Although Amazon's new Kindle Oasis won't be available until June, this device still works as a brilliant e-reader. The device comes with long battery life and is easy on the eyes with its paper-like screen. It is also much cheaper than the upcoming device at only around £60.

Logitech Harmony Home Control

If working the remote is a common problem for your mother, the Harmony Home Control is the best option. The device comes with an RF remote, which means line-of-sight issues when changing channels will be a thing of the past. The device also allows users to use their iOS and/or Android devices as remote controls as well. Priced at around £100, the device is sure to be the perfect solution to all your mother's remote-related problems.

Sensor soap dispenser

No more fumbling with slippery soaps or pumping and squeezing out last drops from bottles for your mother. Soap dispensers operating on sensor technology is all the rage these days. These devices are readily available online for less than £25 and make showering or bathing all the more simplified.

iRobot Floor Mopping Robot

This handy little device mops away all the dirt and grime from floors with just a push of the button. It can also be used to clean kitchen and bathroom floors and is available for around £150.