Graduating students may have started searching for that perfect gift from their parents. Good for them but not so for the adults. Gone are the days when going to the toy store is enough. In this day and age, you need to keep up with the trend and go high-tech. You’re a techie parent so why not go all out just this time for the graduate? Get your kiddo a gift that will make you and your child experience perhaps one of the biggest trends this year—virtual reality.

You have a number of choices. There’s the Samsung Galaxy Gear, HTC Vive, Google Cardboard, or the LG 360 VR. There are other options but we know you’re only looking for one that is simple and affordable. Since your child already has a smartphone, get him this Pocket VR with CandyShell Grip instead. It’s the most practical VR headset today because it works with some of the most common phone models in the market.

The Pocket VR is portable as you can easily fold them and then put inside your pocket or bag. It comes with a CandyShell Grip phone case. As you know, Speck has always been known for its military-grade protective products so your phone is always well-protected when you’re not enjoying the virtual realm.

The phone case announced at the CES back in January is durable and offers a non-slip grip, thanks to the rubber ridges. The phone case-slash-VR-headset is simple to use as it bears a “Works with Google Cardboard” badge. This means any Carboard app you can find on the Google Play Store can be experienced using this new product from Speck. Aside from the Cardboard apps, VR content from Jaunt are also available.

The Pocket-VR with CandyShell Grip is only currently available for the Samsung Galaxy S7 series and the iPhone 6 and 6S. Available as a bundle for only $70. Order directly from Speckproducts.com.

SOURCE: Speck