With so many tech gadgets on the market, it can be a bit overwhelming trying to find the perfect gift for the techie on your list. Here’s a look at nine products that are sure to please.
This camcorder has great image quality and appears clear on your HDTV, making it the perfect gift for someone who might be a budding cinematographer, or just someone who wants to capture great memories on video.
At about 14 megapixels, this light weight and company digital camera will make sure your techie captures all the special moments in life. The camera sells for around $600 and you can take photos in 3D with the NEX-3's 3D Sweep Panorama mode.
For the techie that doubles as a chef in your life the All-Clad Oven Probe Thermometer is a great gift to make sure they cook a perfect meal every time, and it's only $50. Just make sure they invite you over for dinner.
Make it easier for your techie to display their photography skills with this Wi-Fi enabled digital photo frame that sells for $130.
For the really high-tech person on your list check out this digital photo frame that features auto red-eye reduction to minimize flaws and can support video and audio files, so maybe you can add a video or two from the Samsung Camcorder. Sells for $120.
Make it easier for your favorite tech geek to wake up every morning with this digital dual alarm clock with universal iPod dock that sells for $100.
The Lexmark Impact S305 All in One Printer really does do it all. Along with being able to printing all those digital pictures from the holidays, it can make copies and scans as well. It sells for $99.
Enjoy your entire music collection wirelessly with this Internet radio system that sells for $90. The player blasts tunes from Internet radio stations as well as local FM stations and comes with a remote control.
For the avid reader in your life that might not want the fuss involved with other e-readers, Sharper Image’s Literati, is a good option. The reader sells for $160 and has a 7-inch color LCD screen and includes the Kobo bookstore.
Not sure what to get for the techie in your life? We found some great gifts with the help of Good Housekeeping’s Research Institute Technical Director Stacy Genovese.