If you're looking to throw down a lot of cash and a techie gift this holiday season, you can always buy a hot new phone, a fancy laptop or the latest smartwatch.
Or you could put your money to more creative use with one of these tech toys.
For the host with the most help up there entertaining game with the automatic cocktail maker Cartesian Pop a flavor pod into the machine.
Supply your own alcohol.
Choose the drink strength and a custom cocktail is ready for sipping.
The partition costs $350.
Flavor pods are additional.
Even big kids love their toys.
Consider the Ganker EX, build your own battlebots.
Operate the lifelike robot with a joystick and keep tabs on it stats through an app.
The bot will run you $500, but consider the hours and hours of fun it will bring.
Drones are a perfect gift for someone who has everything since most people don't really need a drone.
The DJI Spark is lightweight and perfect for taking high quality aerial photos and videos.
It clocks in around $350 Finally giving someone is so personal so why not give them away to display their art.
Mirror is a digital screen that hangs on your wall and can showcase your own art collection or tap into the company's vault of more than 30,000 works of art.
A few taps on your smart phone can change the display.
Miro starts at around $500 For complete holiday gift guides, visit cnet.com.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi with CNET for CBS News.