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Holiday Gift Guide

It's the time of the season to make a list and check it twice. We've assembled a holiday wish list for work and play, including tools to improve your mobile life, gaming gadgets, and tablet alternatives for those who already have, or don't want, an Apple in their stockings.
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Company: Logitech

Price: $69.99

Description: It's hard to impress anyone with a mouse, but Logitech's Cube makes a good effort, and largely succeeds. It's small – three fingers wide and two deep. It works with any Bluetooth device, scrolls with a swipe of the finger and shifts easily into a handheld controller for PowerPoint presentations with a range of up to 85 feet. Downsides include buttons that can be hard to find and a touch-sensitive surface that makes it easy to scroll by accident.

 

Kevin Fogarty is a freelance writer covering networking, security, virtualization, cloud computing, big data and IT innovation. His byline has appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, CNN.com, CIO, Computerworld, Network World and other leading IT publications. View Full Bio

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