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2012 Toyota Prius C

Notoriously broke college students will have no problem keeping the Prius C running, as its 50-plus mpg fuel economy is only bested by electric cars. And its hatchback design can carry a dorm room's worth of clothes, pictures, books, and personal electronics from home to school and back again. Read editors' take
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2012 Subaru Impreza

The new Impreza, with its downsized engine, does well on fuel economy, but its real value for students in northern states is its standard all-wheel drive. College students can get safely home during a sleety winter break, and have plenty of room to pack essentials and more. Read editors' take
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2012 Hyundai Veloster

Someone else can be big man on campus, while a student driving the Veloster will be the most stylish. Win friends and influence people with the sportiest-looking car from Hyundai. Read full review
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Griffin SmartTalk Solar

Hands-free calling shouldn't be something that you have to think about, which is why the SmartTalk Solar speakerphone by Griffin is so great. It automatically pairs with your phone whenever you enter the vehicle and charges with the power of the sun, so it almost never needs charging. Read editors' take
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Cobra Tag

If you know someone who's always late because they can't find their keys, give the gift of extra time with the Cobra Tag Bluetooth finder. This keyring-size device pairs with a Bluetooth phone and sounds an audible tone when you need to find it -- or if you leave home without it. Read editors' take
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Magellan Switch series

The Magellan Switch series of watches uses GPS technology and ANT+ wireless connectivity to monitor running, swimming, cycling, and hiking activities. It's a great gift to give to someone who lives (or wants to start) an active lifestyle. Read editors' take
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