It’s the third part of our holiday gift guide, and we’re tackling cameras, storage solutions, and some very cool miscellaneous gadgets!
For a little desktop speaker, the iClarity HD packs some serious sound. Does someone on your list have a gadget with a Bluetooth connection, but less than great speakers? This will perk it up!
If you’re shopping for someone with an interest in sound recording, the Mikey will turn an iPhone (though not the iPhone 4) or iPod Touch into a very respectable audio recorder.
Are you looking for an audio gift that will allow the user to go further than a Mikey? Maybe a Zoom H1 is the gadget that should be on your list. A microphone-equipped audio recorder that will let them input from additional mics? Awesome!
Green Smoke e-Cigarettes
Know someone who’s trying to quit smoking and having a hard time? Most of us do. Maybe that person could use these e-Cigarettes from Green Smoke. They give the sensation of smoking but with far fewer bad side-effects.
Contour HD camera
Are you looking for a camera for someone who’s wanting to capture their action-packed experiences on HD video? The Contour HD is made for people just like that.
Kodak PlayTouch and Canon G12
Maybe you’re shopping for someone a little less adventurous, but still wanting a good pocket HD camcorder? Consider the Kodak PlayTouch. Or, if you want to give a camera that does good stills as well as video, take a look at the Canon G12.
A subscription to Audible is a great gift for that person who loves books but rarely has time to sit down and read one. They can listen to Audible books while they drive, work out, or whatever!
Drobo is a longtime favorite around GeekBeat.TV! It’s super-easy to use and keeps your information safe. No more fear of lost data when a drive fails. If you’ve got a spare drive ready to add when one goes down you can be up and running again in minutes!
Western Digital My Passport Studio
Most of us use external drives these days, and here’s a great one. The Western Digital My Passport Studio has good capacity in a small package, and an eInk display that allows the user to label the drive and keep track of how much stuff they’ve put on it.