We've rounded up a few high tech offerings that are sure to please Mom this Mother's Day.
The Swarovski Shine by Misfit is an activity tracker disguised as jewelry.
Tap the water resistant crystal to show the time and your activity level, or sync it wirelessly to the app to take a closer look at your exercise Sleep and calories burned.
The sets range from $170 to $250.
And if you can't figure out what kind of jewelry to get your mom, let her decide with a subscription to Rocksbox.
For a $19 monthly rental fee, Rocksbox sends over a set of three pieces of jewelry with a value of about $200.
When she gets bored of the same designs, she can swap them out for a new set, or buy one of the pieces.
The Fujifilm instax share smart phone printer blends nostalgia with the latest mobile tech.
The mini printer can cost around $140 and connects to your phone or tablet via wi-fi.
insert the film, open the app, add a filter or border and print.
A similar $130 Polaroid zip instant mobile printer pops out your picture in less than 60 seconds using bluetooth or NFC technology.
The pictures also have a sticky backing so you can easily post them anywhere.
And for moms who love gardening, the $99 Edyn Sensor helps take out some of the guesswork It monitors soil moisture, temperature, humidity, and light.
The companion app offers tips and suggestions on what to plant.
And for the mom who wants to relax and binge watch shows, theres the new 69 dollar Roku Tooth streaming box.
Box which earned a CNET five star rating.
It has a vast app selection including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime and HBO Go among the 2,000 other channels.
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In San Francisco, Vanessa Hand-Orellana cnet.com for CBS News.