Holiday Gift Guide 2013 - Collection Of High-Tech Accessories

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Obviously, Ultrabooks and Windows 8 tablets are spectacular gift options, but it is the accessories like the things here that really make them shine. Whether it is a desktop or portable storage solution, a smart thermostat or a second camera for these more experimental images, they are available there for you. This collection of high-tech accessories will certainly draw the attention of anyone in the shopping list of your holiday season, so please keep on reading to start researching.

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Twelve South BookArc

If you need a cozy place for a new MacBook Pro or Air, Twelve South does that for you. The BookArc stands of the company have the metal style that is similar to the technology they have made for their cradles. The heavy-gauge steel construction nestles a soft insert to keep scratches away while your machine is crammed into. In an effort to be able to tidy up that workspace, the BookArc has a cable management system to ensure that the screen, headphone and power cords lie in a pleasingly tidy order.

Main specifications: MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models, steel construction, built-in cable management system built, padded insert to hold tightly.

Price: $40 on Amazon

Twelve South BookArc

Twelve South BookArc

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Logitech Touch Mouse T620

Are there any better ways to welcome Windows 8 to your holiday party than with a touch mouse that supports the gesture controls of the new operating system? Logitech’s T620 does that. The accessory deploys exclusive 2.4GHz wireless technology (and the transceiver will need to take up one of the USB ports of your Ultrabook).

Price: $50 on Amazon

Logitech Touch Mouse T620

Logitech Touch Mouse T620

Apple Lightning Adapter

If you are lucky enough to get one of Apple’s phones or tablets recently released, you will probably need some more help if you want to use the existing speaker dock. This little guy allows all of the new devices to connect to the chargers and 30-pin accessories, and decreases a few headaches in the process.

Price: $29 from Apple


Lacie Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt

A little extra protection for your portable hard drive will never bring harm to anyone. Fortunately, the folks at LaCie are quite familiar with the strong-duty storage devices. The latest Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt Series packs plenty of power in its familiar orange shell. As the name implies, the drives provide both USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt connections, and the SSD version transfers at the maximum speeds of up to 385MB/s, while the hard drive version reaches the speed of 110MB/s. You will not need to pack a power supply for these bad boys.

Main specifications: USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt connectivity, maximum up to 1TB storage, SSD and HDD models, Mac and Windows compatibility, rigid frame

Price: $249 on Amazon

Lacie Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt

Lacie Rugged USB 3.0 Thunderbolt

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Nest Learning Thermostat

The original Nest Learning Thermostat was released about a year ago, but the new versions of these household appliances have recently appeared, offering a slimmer design and support for about 95% of the cooling and heating systems. The new features like System Match and Auto-Away supplement the function of an indoor temperature meter.

Price: $250 on Amazon

Cinetics miniSkates video dolly

If the amount of money that you need to buy the CineSkates is too much to commit to your best friend who is keen on videos, perhaps a smaller version will be suitable. The MiniSkates video dolly is a swiveling mount that secures both smartphones and cameras of up to 1.5 pounds. The fully-worked out kit consists of a GorillaPod that is able to contort to have the perfect angle.

Price: $130 from Cinetics


Lytro Camera

When it was first launched, we were rather impressed by the Lytro camera's after-shot refocusing and intuitive UI. Now, this nice-looking kit has added manual ISO and shutter controls to control the f/2.0 8x optical zoom lens with many accessories to keep the machine safe in your backpack. You will be likely to take 350 holiday photos with the 8GB model and 750 photos of the ski trip with the 16GB model, and it also plays nice with Windows.

Main specifications: The after-shot focus, manual ISO/ shutter controls, 8GB or 16GB of storage, f/2.0 8x optical zoom lens, simple UI

Price: &399 on Amazon

This nice-looking kit has added manual ISO and shutter controls to control the f/2.0 8x optical zoom lens with many accessories to keep the machine safe in your backpack.

This nice-looking kit has added manual ISO and shutter controls to control the f/2.0 8x optical zoom lens with many accessories to keep the machine safe in your backpack.

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Western Digital My Book VelociRaptor Duo

If someone needs a safe depository for all of the high-resolution photos, HD videos and 3D renders, do not need to look further. The My Book Duo sports two 1TB 10,000RPM drives that are able to reach the speeds of SSD: 400 MB/s.

Price: $850 on Amazon

Apogee Quartet

Who wants to be extremely serious about recording habits? Add this USB audio interface to your wish list. The Command Center features four channels of analog / digital conversion, six balanced outputs, a headphone jack, screen controls, MIDI I/O, full-color screens and QuickTouch pads to classify all of these connections.

Price: $1,295 from B & H

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