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HolidayBuyer's Guide
This $3,000 (yes, three thousand) Victorinox Swiss Army knife includes a 1TB USB 2 hard drive--and some knives and scissors, of course.
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Sensics shows off its 3D immersive headset for gaming and entertainment.
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Monster's line of headphones allows for customization with colorful straps and other accessories.
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Fujitsu showed off a waterproof tablet.
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TOSY's Sket Robo can draw from memory and from pictures.
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A Viewsonic touch screen allows you to play Angry Birds on this big screen.
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Mint is a robotic cleaning solution for your hardwood or linoleum style floors.
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Logitech demonstrated its tiny handheld/desktop mouse called The Cube.
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Tagg is a device you can attach to your dog's collar that will alert your phone if and when the dog goes outside of your preset boundaries. There's an app for that.
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Philips' Fidelio Primo is an audio dock featuring a beautiful wood casing and is due out in April 2012.
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Nexia offers home-security solutions that can be unlocked with your phone.
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Digital Storm demonstrated the cooling system it devised for this custom computer.
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The Swivl enables you to capture yourself or whomever is wearing the target of its sensor as you walk around the room. As the name suggests, it swivels, and also tilts, to keep you in the frame.
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