Tech Gifts

By Nichole Roell

With the new iPad and Windows 8 hitting the market this holiday season, technology gifts are on the top of many people’s minds. But what other fun, funky technology is out there?

Tagg GPS Pet TrackerTagg GPS Pet Tracker
Lost pets can cause a world of problems, and the Tagg GPS Pet Tracker hopes to alleviate that. A special collar sends notifications to your phone or e-mail when your pet wanders off, and allows you to see their exact location on a map. Priced at $99.95. More information at

Google Nexus 7 TabletNexus 7 Tablet
Google’s answer to the iPad, the Nexus 7 tablet boasts an Android operating system, a nice 7” screen, 8 to 16 GB of storage. Apps, games, movies and music at your fingertips! Prices start at $199. More information at

Fitbit Zip activity trackerFitbit Zip Activity Tracker
Set goals, challenge your friends, and see your progress wherever you go! The Fitbit Zip tracks your steps and other activity throughout the day and can sync wirelessly with your computer or smartphone. Priced at $59.95 in your choice of 5 colors. More information at

Wii U DeluxeWii U Deluxe
With 32 GB of storage, a sleek handheld design and tons of different ways to play, the Wii U takes interactive gaming to a whole new level. Includes camera, 6.2” touch screen, traditional controls and an exclusive Nintendo Land game. Priced at $349.99 (basic model available for $299.99). More information at

Lytro light field cameraLytro Light Field Camera
Ever take a photo that would look great if only it were focused differently? The new Lytro Light Field Camera allows you to refocus a photo AFTER you’ve taken it. How cool is that? Prices start at $399. Try a demo at

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