Here are some suggestions for some great gadgets for work, travel, outdoors and exercise that add to your more enjoyment when you can get into the great outdoors.
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The scoop: TLC200 time-lapse camera, by Brinno, about $200 (available at smartecstore.com).
The scoop: Sculpted eers, by Sonomax Technologies, about $170
The scoop: iZON Remote Room Monitor, by Stem Innovation, about $130
The scoop: TopShot LaserJet Pro M275, by HP, about $350
The scoop: MIMO MagicTouch 10-inch touch-screen USB monitor, by MIMO Monitors, about $300.
The scoop: Xerox Mobile Scanner, by Xerox, about $250
The scoop: OnLive Desktop Plus (iPad app, plus service), by OnLive, Inc., about $5/month.
The scoop: HD 5210 Webcam, by HP, about $100.
The scoop: Canvio 3.0 Plus external hard drive, by Toshiba, about $180 (1TB version).
If you have been considering making the switch from the iPhone to Android, the Galaxy Nexus is a great phone to consider
The scoop: TouchSmart Desktop 610 Quad series, by HP, starts at $1,350
The scoop: Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, by Samsung, about $400.
<a href="http://www.networkworld.com/supp/2011/hgg/index-253180.html">Here at this link</a> is the 2011 version of our technology holiday gift guide, Cool Yule Tools. Once again I think we've outdone ourselves. We've got somewhere between 150 and 170 reviews of different products for the technology and gadget-lover on your holiday gift list. Or you might just like to peruse the pages and online reviews yourself if you are looking for ideas to make your own wish list.