Gadget Gifts for the Whole Family

The Technology Tailor’s Tech Gifts - AFFORDABLE / MEMORABLE / UNIQUE ideas for the Whole  Family

The Demy -- $299.00
The first and only kitchen-safe digital recipe reader that will revolutionize the way you cook. The Demy holds your personal recipe collection in one compact, sleek device --featuring a high-resolution color touch screen, an uncluttered interface and many special tools to make any cook's job easier.  For more information about the Demy, check out this website.


The T-Mobile MyTouch Android Phone -- $150 (2 year contract)
Wireless phones running the Google Android operating system are all the rage right now. It's the fastest-growing category of smart phones -- and with the quality and functionality of the MyTouch, it's easy to see why.  Multiple home screens, Google's suite of free, super-useful apps, and a  fast-growing app store with more than 12,000 downloadable apps.  For more information about the MyTouch Android, check out this website.


Eye-fi Memory Cards -- $79
Eye-fi memory cards are WiFi enabled, which means your photos AND your video fly through the air to  your computer and even directly to the Internet! No USB cable required if  you use these memory cards. Eye-Fi cards are 4 GB.  For more information about the Eye-fi Memory Cards, check out this website.
 

 EasyBloom Plant Sensor -- $50
THE HI  TECH WAY TO GO GREEN One of the few groundbreaking products in consumer  electronics, this gardening sensor connects your garden to the Internet! It measures soil moisture and light conditions to determine which plants will  thrive in your garden, and even why a certain plant is sick.  A digital green thumb -- and a terrific high-tech gift for the holidays. For more information about the EasyBloom Plant Sensor, check out this website.

OPERA.com -- FREE
Opera Software ASA has redefined Web browsing for PCs, mobile phones and other networked devices. Opera's cross-platform Web browser technology is renowned for its performance, standards compliance and small size, while giving users a faster, safer and more dynamic online experience. Learn more about Opera at this website


"The Technology Tailor" - Alex L. Goldfayn hosts The Technology Tailor Minute, which airs during morning drive, on more than 325 U.S. radio stations.  For five years, Alex wrote the innovative "My Tech" column for the Chicago Tribune, which was distributed internationally to more than 300 publications.

For more information about Alex Goldfayn, check out his website.

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