Ultimate Tech-Geek Gifts
gadgets and gizmos for your favorite techie.
November 18, 2011
"I'm a refrigerator chef—I cook whatever I have on hand. That's why I think the Qooq touch tablet is fantastic: It's loaded with 1,000 recipes searchable by ingredient, with videos that show exactly how that cream sauce is supposed to look."—Oprah
$399 | Qooq.com
"These bright, sleek cases not only protect your iPhone, they can charge it, providing up to 80 percent extra juice. I have one on my phone at all times."—Oprah
Mophie Juice Pack Helium for iPhone 5, $80 | Mophie.com
"At last, a polite way to check calls, texts, and e-mails when you're in a meeting. This Samsung Galaxy Gear will discreetly notify you of incoming messages as long as it's within a five-foot radius of your Galaxy Note 3 smartphone. And everyone will think you're just looking at the time."—Oprah
Galaxy Gear, $300 | Samsung.com
Smartphone, from $700 | Samsung.com
"It's no secret that Beats are my favorite headphones, and the latest version is the best yet: Besides the usual crisp sound and comfy ear cups, this lightest-ever model has new noise-canceling technology and can be charged via USB port."—Oprah
$300 | BeatsbyDre.com
These rechargeable Bluetooth speakers produce amazing, high-quality
sound—but they weigh only 1.5 pounds and fit in your palm, so you can
take your show on the road.
Speaker, $200 | Bose.com
Soft cover, $25 | Bose.com
"The Bose VideoWave ll is a 46-inch high-definition television, home
theater, and music system in one revolutionary product. The speakers are
built in, so no need for extra sound components; the picture is crystal
clear; and the remote is operated with an easy touch control. I want
$3,999.00 | Bose.com
This new 10-megapixel digital camera will be the hit of your next party–it cleverly allows you to view and crop your picture before it prints the classic 2-x-3 Polaroid in less than a minute–no waving-to-dry required.
$180 with additional free 10-pack of photo paper with code OPRAH | ritzcamera.com
This model not only lets you type and swipe with equal ease, it also offers supercrisp photo capabilities and a new processor, which means browsing speeds that make navigating through apps and e-mails a breeze.
Q10 Smartphone, starting at $200 with contract | Blackberry.com
This tiny pink camera is smaller than a credit card—perfect for any pocket or capture-worthy moment.' '
$130 | NikonUSA.com
Colorful, easy-to-attach plastic labels make finding the cord you seek a cinch.
$8 for package of eight | ContainerStore.com
The ingenious swivel screen makes this computer a true multitasker: Flip it up and it's a traditional notebook PC; push it flat and it's a touchscreen tablet; fold it backward and it's a mini movie screen (without the keyboard getting in the way). Bravo!
Acer Aspire R7, $1,000 | Acer.com
"I'm happy to say that we're introducing the O, The Oprah Magazine app.
It's a sampling of our issue—including a behind-the-scenes video of Tyler Perry and me before our interview."
"I love my iPad so much, I never leave home without it. I've got pictures, music, the news, and, of course, books."
O, The Oprah Magazine app free, plus $1.99 per issue (or $19.99 for a year's subscription) | apple.com
From $499 for iPad | apple.com
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