Father's Day gift guide

Don't know what to buy your dad this Father's Day? Let PC World Australia help!

Don't know what to buy your dad this Father's Day? Let PC World Australia help find you the best Father's Day gift. From Google's excellent Nexus 7 tablet to Bowers & Wilkins stylish P3 headphones, we've found something for every type of father!

Is your dad a fitness freak? Nike's SportWatch GPS is a great gift idea. If he fancies himself as a golfer then the GolfBuddy Voice may be more up his alley.

Perhaps your father isn't into sports? The Google Nexus 7 Android tablet is a great gift idea for business or pleasure. If he's already got an iPad, why not get him more productive with the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad.

If your dad loves his music then he'll love the Bowers & Wilkins P3 headphones, which have a stylish design and excellent sound quality. If he prefers to share his music, the Sonos SUB will rock the foundations of any household, while Samsung's DA-E650 dock allows him to share tracks from his iPhone or Android smartphone.

Use the previous and next arrows below to scroll through all these Father's Day gifts and more! Click on each product to read PC World's expert review. Good luck spoiling your dad!

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Panasonic DMP-BDT320

If you want the best picture quality from your Blu-ray and DVD movies, the Panasonic DMP-BDT320 is an easy choice - it's one of the best players we've tested for both 2D and 3D Blu-rays, as well as DVDs. Over and above this it's got Panasonic's acceptably good VIERA Connect service, which has a decent range of video on demand but can be sluggish. If you don't need to play high-definition video over the DMP-BDT320's DLNA, and can use USB for your downloaded video, the player is an excellent choice.

  • Review Date:
  • Reviewer:
  • Manufacturer:
  • 13th Aug., 2012
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Panasonic
  • Rating:
  • Price:
  • Pros:
  • Excellent design
  • Excellent Blu-ray picture quality
  • Very detailed DVD up-scaling
  • Cons:
  • VIERA Connect needs more features
  • New remote's trackpad is imperfect
  • Poor file support over DLNA

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