It can be really stressful to buy gifts for a tech geek. Enlisted here are some latest gadgets and gizmos from where you can choose from. So relax as we help you choose the best gift.
Boogie Board Paperless Writing Tablet
Stop wasting endless paper and replace sticky notes with Boogie Board Paperless LCD Writing Tablet. The stylus will help you to take notes as well erase them with just a click of a button. The internal battery power is only utilized while erasing something. The tablet weighs just four ounces and is an inch thick. It is available for $39.95 at Brookstone.
Parrot Minikit Smart
Parrot, known for their high quality Bluetooth devices, has manufactured the Parrot Minikit Smart. The device is suction-mounted and holds smartphones within 56-70 mm of distance and is compatible with all navigation software. The Bluetooth connects a microphone and an integrated speaker which acts as a hands-free and boosts the sound quality. There is even a charging slot in the mount so that the navigation applications do not consume battery. The device is available at Best Buy and Fry’s Electronics for $ 129.99.
Casio Exilim EX-S200
The Casio Exilim EX-S200 is a super slim digital camera, small in size. It comes with 14.1 megapixels and 720p HD recording. The camera takes excellent shots in camera-coder mode. You can capture fast action photos switching over to Burst shooting mode which can capture up to 10 frames per second. The Premium Auto mode can be utilized by the camera novices and is available at Best Buy for $179.99.
Kinect for Xbox 360
Motion control is the newest gaming trend and Microsoft has perfected the system. Kinect for Xbox 360 unlike Move for Playstation 3 or Nintendo Wii is a controller-free experience. This camera is able to track movements of multiple players in front of its screen. It has incorporated voice controls for navigating Xbox menus and video chat. Kinetic as a stand-alone peripheral is available at $149.99 and if it comes with an Xbox 360 set the price becomes $299.99. It is also available at the Microsoft Store.
Greensound Technology Glass Speakers
Greensound Technology introduces glass speakers using a pedestal structure and special engineered glass. The glass speakers produce high frequency, a 360-degree surround sound which is useful for big homes. The set consists of two speakers and a subwoofer whose price is starts at $8,000 and is available at gstspeakers.com.