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Christmas Gift Guide

Kwikset Kevo

Xsories Weye Feye

DoorBot

SanDisk Connect

Tylt Vu

Tylt Energi Sliding Case

Gunbox

Olloclip 4-in-1

iHealth Glucose Meter

Dropcam Pro

Phiaton Choro and Fusion

Samsung LTE Mobile Hotspot Pro

The Kevo is a Bluetooth enabled deadbolt from lock company Kwikset. It uses your phone and Bluetooth enabled keys to unlock your door. It’s available for preorder now on Amazon.com.
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The Weye Feye (pronounced Wi-Fi) is a $250 wireless controller for your DSLR camera. You connect it via Wi-Fi so you can control your camera and take photos with your Android smartphone or tablet, or iOS device.
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The DoorBot is a Wi-Fi enabled doorbell with a video camera so you can talk to and see the visitors that come to your door. It retails for $200 and can even be wired to your existing doorbell.
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SanDisk showed off two new wireless storage devices, the Wireless Media Drive and the Wireless Flash Drive. Both can sync data wirelessly from your mobile device to the storage drive and with the Media Drive, you can stream video from the device to a tablet or laptop.
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Tylt's Vu is a $70 wireless charger for devices that can charge via inductive charging. It has a three coil system, which means it can charge at any angle and can even charge larger devices like the Nexus 7 2013.
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Another gadget from Tylt is the Energi Sliding case. It fits the Samsung Galaxy S4 and provides 2,350mAh of extra power for when your battery goes dead.
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Gun storage gets a little more high-tech with the Gunbox. It’s exactly what it sounds like, a box that holds your gun, but uses biometric fingerprint scanning and RFID tags to unlock it. It also includes a motion sensor to tell you on a separate mobile app that the box is moving.
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The Olloclip is a portable lens that slips over your iPhone camera that sells for $70. The latest model has four modes; fisheye, wide angle, panorama, and two versions of macro.
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Adding more tech to a blood glucose meter, iHealth built an FDA approved Bluetooth meter that syncs with your smartphone. Stay tuned for pricing and availability details.
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Dropcam recently unveiled its newest portable camera, the Dropcam Pro for $200. It can be set up to record any space, and you can use an iOS and Android app to view the stream.
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These two headphones hail from Phiaton. The Choro is a set of wireless Bluetooth headphones with noise cancellation that retails for $349. Fusion is a wired headset with a microphone and costs $179.
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Sure, Samsung's LTE Mobile HotSpot Pro will zap your device with 4G LTE connection speeds. What's more, the $170 hotspot tucks in a microSD charger and a USB charger for your top-up needs.
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