MIDLAND - Picking out a present for Father's Day has gone high tech. Now buying that gift for your dad means you may end up getting a lesson in plasma TV's and video games.
"It's just about entertainment and what we are capable of doing, so you get yourself a home theater and with the gas prices rising now a days people are staying home a lot more," Ali Vasquez, Best Buy Sales Manager, said.
Vasquez says the standards for buying a Father's Days gift is changing.
"Gaming is not directed towards the youth anymore it's definitely an adult base gaming industry right now so we are seen a lot people come here right now getting Play Station 3, XBox 360, even the Wii's," Vasquez said.
And getting from point A to point B is not enough. Now fathers want more.
"GPS's are also used for location destination so you can basically find out where a dinner is or a teak house is much more than 'hey take to me Dallas.' It's what's in Dallas and what can I do around in Dallas," Vasquez said.
Nowadays Father's Day is more about granting wishes.