Whether your loved one or Secret Santa would most enjoy a fur-sucking vacuum cleaner or the perfect point-and-shoot, we've found the right gift for everyone on your list. This year's haul includes more than 140 toys, trinkets, and tools, spread across five collections: the very best in kitchen gear, living room entertainment, outdoor accessories, office equipment, and everyday essentials. We've got you covered on the phone, TV, and laptop basics, but there are plenty of plush germs, horror films, and French presses to be found here too. So settle in by the fire, grab a gingerbread cookie or nineteen, and dig in.

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Presented by Lincon
  • Editors: Thomas Houston and David Pierce
  • WRITERS: Jeff Blagdon, Bryan Bishop, Dieter Bohn, Russell Brandom, Sam Byford, Dante D'Orazio, Katie Drummond, Ellis Hamburger, Nathan Ingraham, Laura June, Jake Kastrenakes, Ross Miller, Casey Newton, Kwame Opam, Dan Seifert, T.C. Sottek, Aaron Souppouris, Andrew Webster, Chris Welch, Chris Ziegler
  • Lead designer: Scott Kellum
  • Art director: James Chae
  • Photographer: Yvonne Ng
  • Product stylists: Adam Parker Smith and Nathan Smith
  • PHOTO ASSISTANT: Jennifer Czyborra

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      Lincoln MKZ

      For the Lincoln MKZ, designers took the notion of “elegant simplicity” as their point of departure – and arrived at a luxury sedan whose integration of lines and curves is stunning. Design cues become individual pieces of art, like the pedestal mirrors that add a jewel-like touch of elegance.

  • Accessories

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      Pens

      Muji Compact pens

      This is a serious pen. Muji's compact ballpoint pen is a compact cylinder of aluminum, the kind of thing you'd imagine a German architect would be using to draft up skyscrapers in the '50s. And like the best design, it's weird, beautiful, and useful in equal measure. And only $15.95.

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      Cable

      Kero Lightning Nomad cable

      It’s kind of tacky to gift someone a regular old USB cord, so the $24.99 Kero Lightning Nomad Cable might be the most pragmatic gift of all. It’s a clean, well-designed keychain with a Lightning cable attached — simple and functional. Your giftee need never worry about charging his or her iPhone or iPad again… as long as they’re not prone to losing their keys.

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      CARL Classic Pencil Sharpener

      Here's one from the nostalgia file: a hand-cranked, desk-clampable Angel 5 pencil sharpener, done up in glorious Radio Flyer red. This was how a whole generation of kids first experienced brilliant design — and as it turns out, it's aged perfectly. The rotary grind is every bit as satisfying as you remember, and the pencils just as sharp.

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      Notepads

      Fiftythree and Moleskine Book

      Paper for iPad was for people looking for a digital sketchbook, and now you can take your Paper art and print it inside a real Moleskine. For $40, the app lets you print up to 15 pages inside an accordion-style notebook that's the same 4:3 as the iPad so your work comes out looking just right. Drawings are always a great gift — unless you're Napoleon Dynamite, that is.

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      Camera strap

      DSPTCH Sling

      If you’re buying someone a camera this year, have the courtesy to avoid the standard camera strap. Instead, consider the DSPTCH Sling. It’s adjustable up to 4 feet, is made to both take a beating and last forever, and has quick-release snaps for when you want to go strap-free. Plus, it’s available in some pretty eye-popping colors (we’ll take an orange one, please).

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      Supermechanical Twine

      Twine is a turquoise, stocking-sized device that just might be a DIYer's dream box. After you hook it up to a variety of sensors and set some simple rules via a well-designed web app, the $124.95 unit sends your phone alerts about its temperature, orientation, moisture level, and more. Listening for the mailman has never been so much fun.

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      Car tracker

      Automatic Labs Automatic

      Your car's onboard computer monitors all sorts of data, but most of it never leaves the vehicle. That's where Automatic comes in: like a Fitbit for the road, it plugs into your car's data port and sends its findings to your smartphone, helping you track fuel consumption, discover engine problems, and even alert the police and your family members in the event of an accident.

  • Appliances

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      Nest Protect Smoke Detector

      Yes, it's a $129 smoke and carbon monoxide detector, but if you've ever had to deal with a late-night false alarm, jabbing at the ceiling with a broom handle, you'll understand the appeal. The Protect comes from Nest, the same company that brought us the revolutionary thermostat back in 2011, once again infusing an otherwise staid product with high-tech excitement.

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      roolen Cool-Mist Humidifier

      A humidifier? As a present? Trust us: a season of clear sinuses and hydrated skin will be a gift they’ll thank you for. Unlike the clunky gadgets of your childhood, the Breath's sleek design blends right into a room. It also offers easy-to-use settings, including a self-adjusting auto mode, and it won’t make a peep while it disperses moisture into the air.

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      Camping gear

      Biolite Camp Stove

      Outdoor camping: a fun idea in theory, but what happens when your smartphone dies? Keep your devices powered up with the Biolite, a portable stove that not only cooks your food, but uses the power of fire to charge your gadgets via USB. It burns sticks and twigs instead of gas, making it friendly to both the environment and your internet connection.

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      Nest Thermostat

      Does the world need a smarter thermostat? Do your parents? It can be a tough sell — all boring benefits like heating bills and home management — but for the right detail-oriented mom or dad, this is what all of 20th-century technology has been leading up to. It just turns itself down! Automatically! What a country!

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      Vacuum

      Dyson DC50 Animal

      The Dyson DC50 is recommended for dealing with fur for a reason: it actually works, even on upholstered furniture and pillows, with a special attachment for that purpose. Dyson baked in some 'special technology' to deal with your furry friend's extra dust and dander, too.

  • Art & design

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      Print

      Redbubble Simon Stålenhag prints

      Simon Stålenhag is a Swedish artist lost in childhood dreams — in a good way. His vibrant body of work captures a unique Northern European pastoralia in a future filled with crop-dusting robots, dinosaurs, massive mining ships, and in the midst of it all, children at play.

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      Print

      Gallery 1988 Scott C posters

      There’s no reason your favorite monsters, villains, and harbingers of death have to be creepy all the time. Scott C. takes these iconic faces — from Venom to death itself — and puts them in the midst of quaint scenes that suggest how they might spend their downtime. These are the monsters you'll want under your bed.

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      Music

      Mondo 'Halloween' soundtrack

      ‘Halloween’ first screened for executives without music… and scared absolutely no one. The piano-and-synth score helped make Michael Myers the boogeyman we know today, and Mondo has put together this double-vinyl version of the iconic soundtrack. If you really want to impress the horror fan in your life, there’s also the limited-edition, orange-and-black “splatter” — if you can find it.

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      Papafoxtrot Spekt-R satellite

      Papafoxtrot's Space series of satellites are handmade from maple wood and laser-etched metals, and each comes with its own stand to keep the satellite hovering a few inches over a desk. Our favorites are the Spektr-R and ORS-1, but all of the intricate models should make a space lover out of anyone on your gift list.

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      Kay Bojesen Hippo

      Kay Bojesen's creations have delighted children and adults across the world for decades, but the Hippo is one of his most memorable. First crafted almost 60 years ago, the Hippo is a large, angular beast crafted from white oak. It has just two purposes: to hold your pencil or pen in its mouth and to look adorable on a desk.

  • Audio & Speakers

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      Radio

      Tivoli Model One Radio

      Tivoli’s Model One radio is a classic for a reason: it’s designed with care, looks wonderful sitting on a bedside table or a desk, and sounds great. It’s not a high-tech piece of gear; there’s no docking your phone on this radio and no app market. It is, quite simply, the perfect AM / FM radio.

    • At Play
      Portable active speaker

      Jawbone Jambox

      Jawbone’s Jambox isn’t just one of the most sonically satisfying ways to listen to music on the go — it might be the most stylish, too. Though it’s light and tiny, the Jambox doesn’t skimp on sound, and Jawbone says the battery can run for 15 full hours, which is long enough to get through even the most lavish of BBQs.

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      Radio scanner

      Uniden TrunkTracker III radio scanner

      You could use Twitter to stay abreast of the goings-on in your precinct, but sometimes you want a real machine. You want a dedicated scanner on your desk tuned to the perfect frequency so you can toggle between voyeurism and work all day long. Hopefully you live in a place with infrequent murders; regardless, the Uniden 2500 is a great out-of-the box experience for novices and pros alike.

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      Networked speaker

      Sonos Play:1

      Sonos has an easy hook: all your music, from any source, on beautiful-sounding speakers. Such sonic convenience never came cheap before, but the new $199 Play:1 gets your foot in the connected-audio door. It looks great, it sounds great — and it almost certainly won't be the last Sonos speaker you buy.

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      Portable active speaker

      SOL Republic Deck speaker

      Upstart SOL Republic's unassuming Deck portable wireless speaker was our sleeper hit of the summer. In addition to the usual expected features like speakerphone, the Deck lets five people sync and play DJ with Heist Mode. Ten-hour battery life aside, the Deck delivers most where it matters — it's seriously loud at the beach, in the bedroom, or in a backpack during a long bike ride.

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      Computer speakers

      Audioengine 2+ Powered Desktop Speakers

      The Audioengine 2 has long been one of our favorite compact speaker systems, and the brand-new A2+ improves on the original. The self-powered speakers include a built-in digital-to-analog converter for passing audio through your USB port. The speakers are dead simple to configure, with enough connections for your laptop, phone, and that vintage turntable you’ve always said you’d set up.

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      Affordable soundbar

      Sony HT-CT260H Soundbar & Wireless Subwoofer

      Embrace the reality that the speakers built into your TV are awful. Fortunately, spending just a few hundred bucks works wonders. We recommend Sony's new HT-CT260H hexagonal soundbar, a compact kit with a wireless subwoofer and painless, tangle-free setup. It's not just movies either: you can stream music from your phone or tablet via Bluetooth in a pinch.

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      Networked speaker

      Bose Soundlink Soundtouch 20

      Perfect for anyone looking to create a little romance this season, the Bose SoundTouch 20 is a wireless audio solution that lives on your home Wi-Fi network. It holds its own with AirPlay support and programmable channels that can store playlists, internet radio stations, and more. That’s right. R. Kelly is now just a button away.

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      Surround-sound system

      Klipsch HD Theater 600

      Putting together a surround-sound speaker setup is rarely cheap or easy, but Klipsch’s HD Theater 600 does it all. Its four small and sleek satellite speakers and single center-channel wrap you in surround sound, and the subwoofer with 8-inch cone gives you the serious living room rumble you desire.

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      Networked soundbar

      Sonos Playbar

      At $699, it's pricier than your standard soundbar, but with the Playbar, Sonos is finally taking the living room seriously. Nine speakers in one handsome package, it'll make everything from *Call of Duty* to *New Girl* sound even better. And because it's Sonos, it makes streaming music from almost anywhere painless.

  • Books

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      Penguin Clothbound Classics

      Every year Penguin issues several new tites in its Clothbound Classics series. Each book is exquisitely designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith, making it a near-instant collectors' item. The books, inspired by Victorian-era bookbinding, are apparently printed in fairly limited runs, and they go out of stock quite often.

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      Thames & Hudson 'Things Come Apart' by Todd McLellan

      Everything can be disassembled, and to more of a degree than you'd imagine. Todd McLellan's 'Things Come Apart' takes 50 devices, some classic, some modern, and tears them apart to the nth degree. The mesmerizing exploded-view photos are accompanied by thoughtful essays from experts on design, teardowns, and reverse engineering.

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      Schiffer Publishing, Ltd 'Alternative Movie Posters' by Matthew Chojnacki

      Cult classics are never as satisfying the first time around. Part of the fun is recreating moments after the fact — right down to the poster. This Matthew Chojnacki book does just that, gathering 200 posters for cult classic re-releases. Each one offers a take that's just left of center, whether it's reimagining 'Labyrinth' as a 'Pac-Man' game or a 'Jaws'-style poster portraying 'Bambi' as a suspense-packed thriller.

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      New York Review Books Fantasy novels collection

      The New York Review Books collects groups of its reprints by genre, and its fantasy novel collection, which includes Alan Garner’s ‘Red Shift,’ Gyula Krúdy’s ‘The Adventures Of Sindbad,’ and Adolfo Bioy Casares’ ‘Asleep in the Sun,’ is a particularly strong selection. Each volume has a new introduction and an attractive design.

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      Rookie 'Yearbook Two'

      Think of 'Rookie Yearbook Two’ as the print version of the very best pieces from the second year of Tavi Gevinson’s 'Rookie.' This volume includes personal essays by teenage contributors as well as pieces from Judy Blume, Morrissey, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Grimes, among others.

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      Floating World Comics 'Object 10' by Kilian Eng

      'Object 10' is a robust collection of artist Kilian Eng's strange, colorful, and fantastical worlds. A modern day Moebius, of sorts, Eng paints surreal visions of places where submarines look like squids and the banisters of your hotel lobby have veins, ready to burst to life at any moment.

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      HarperCollins 'Cabinet of Curiosities' by Guillermo del Toro

      Guillermo del Toro has built a career off well-crafted monsters, from the Kaiju of 'Pacific Rim' to the demons of 'Hellboy' — but it's rare that you get to see them as close up as you'd like. Del Toro's 'Cabinet of Curiosities' offers a different look at the monsters, showing how they matured from sketches into fully realized creatures, growing both stranger and more tangible along the way.

  • Cameras

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      The social camera

      Apple iPod touch

      Cameras don’t get much smaller, lighter, or more versatile than the one on Apple’s iPod touch. Though photography may not be its defining feature, it takes great shots — and wipes the floor with its competitors as soon as you open up Instagram or VSCO Cam for some mobile post-processing.

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      Best budget mirrorless

      Sony NEX-3N camera

      Sony’s NEX-3N is a versatile, portable camera with a big 16.1-megapixel sensor and tiltable screen. With a solid collection of lenses that can be swapped out, the NEX-3N is a serious improvement for anyone looking for step up from an iPhone or a point-and-shoot without the bigger size and cost of buying a DSLR.

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      Best midrange mirrorless

      Olympus E-PL5

      If you’re set on a Micro Four Thirds camera that won’t empty your wallet, the Olympus E-PL5 is a good pick. The E-PL5’s touchscreen controls should be familiar to anyone who's ever snapped a photo with a smartphone, and this Olympus shooter delivers strong image-quality in a portable package.

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      Most stylish mirrorless

      Fujifilm X-A1 camera

      Sure, you want your pictures to look good. But shouldn't your camera be a sight to behold, too? With Fujifilm's X-A1, you'll get the best of both worlds: a gorgeous, well-made, retro camera with a 16.3-megapixel sensor as big as a DSLRs, and pictures as good as you'd get from a much more expensive camera.

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      Best point-and-shoot

      Sony RX100 MKII

      If the best camera is the one you have with you, you're going to need something you can take anywhere. That's where Sony's RX100 Mark II comes in, a tiny camera with enough power to go anywhere and handle almost any lighting condition — it looks like a point-and-shoot, but it doesn't take pictures like one.

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      For the filmmaker

      Canon EOS 70D

      Canon brings its pedigree in amateur filmmaking down to a much lower price with the EOS 70D. The $1,199 camera's impressive autofocus helps you stay sharp while shooting on the fly, and the 70D adds much-needed Wi-Fi as well as NFC sharing and touchscreen capabilities.

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      Money is no object

      Sony Alpha 7

      Sony's newest line of cameras shows what the next era of digital photography could look like, and it just might kill your clunky DSLR along the way. If you want unparalleled photos in an absurdly compact package, the $1,999 Alpha 7 might be for you.

  • Fitness

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      Activity tracker

      Fitbit Force

      The Fitbit Force monitors your daily activity, food intake, and sleep habits, and as long as you're committed can help you feel and look better every day. It’s no smartwatch replacement — though it does at least tell the time — but a long battery life and Fitbit's best design yet will help you get off the couch.

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      Activity tracker

      Jawbone Up24

      This year's Jawbone Up syncs wirelessly with your phone, eliminating the need to constantly plug the Up into a computer. And its updated software will encourage you to take meaningful action toward your goals, telling you to take a few more steps to meet your daily goal, or even when it's time to get some shut-eye.

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      Activity tracker

      Nike FuelBand SE

      If you're less into calories and more into just getting into shape, Nike’s incredibly popular FuelBand is perfect — and this year it has more colors, sharper accuracy, and more versatile activity tracking. The FuelBand SE incorporates Bluetooth 4.0, so you can track activity as “sessions” and tally Fuel points in real time.

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      Fitness watch

      Magellan Echo watch

      Rather than tracking you all day long, the Echo watch just tries to do a great job when you’re running. By hooking into your smartphone, the Echo can display your running pace, time, and distance, and it can even control your music. And while it may not track you when your run’s over, it still doubles as a digital watch.

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      Headlamp

      Petzl Nao headlamp

      If you're on the trail, strap Petzl’s Nao headlamp to your face. Its built-in light sensor automatically adjusts the beam’s brightness and range in response to ambient light, even dimming it when you hold a map. You'll see that bear coming this time.

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      GPS watch

      Garmin Fenix watch

      This ruggedized wristwatch offers real-time performance data (calories burned, miles trekked) and standard GPS technology. It also boasts a suite of navigational tools that allow users to record routes and get directions — even off the beaten trail.

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      GPS tracker

      Garmin Oregon 650t

      Exploring the wilderness is a whole lot more fun when you know you’ll be able to find your way home. Garmin’s Oregon 650t is a small, portable GPS that should get you all the way through the day and, with a single touch of a button, home safely at the end of it. There's even a camera built in, for when you hit that scenic overlook.

  • Food & drink

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      Coffee maker

      Hario Coffee Dripper V60 02 Ceramic

      The pour-over style gets a lot of much-deserved heckling for its focus on technique and coffee minutiae to the point of obsession, but you can't deny that it makes a damn fine cup. The curious should grab Hario's VDC-02W and a pack of filters for under $15: with a bit of practice, you'll be making the best cup you've ever made.

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      Travel mug

      Zojirushi SM-KHE36NL Mug

      Zojirushi's classic Stainless Mug is a stylish twist on the thermos, keeping drinks at the right temperature for hours in a slick, minimalist design. Zojirushi means 'elephant mark' in Japanese — perhaps because your loved ones won't forget you when they're gulping down hot coffee on a freezing January morning.

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      Caraffe

      Muuto Corky Glassware

      With the Corky Carafe, designer Andreas Engesvik offers up a playful way to serve water, wine, and just about any liquid you'd care to pour. Although by most definitions its signature oversized cork means it's not actually a carafe at all, it tops off a bold design that sits well alongside both modern and classic decors.

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      Cocktail kit

      MOLECULE-R Cocktail R-Evolution

      The soaring popularity of molecular gastronomy has bestowed an aura of cool around some decidedly geeky culinary science — and now alcohol is getting in on the trend. This easy-to-use starter kit includes all the weird tools and wacky additives needed to turn a basic cocktail into a gel-and-foam-infused beverage experience.

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      Coffee maker

      Kalita Wave #185 Style Set

      For those making coffee for more than one, look to Kalita's new Wave series. The flat-bottomed dripper promises a more even extraction for a cleaner, more balanced cup, and the company's bulbous serving glass looks great in any kitchen. Cleanup is a breeze: drop the filter and grinds into the trash.

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      Soda maker

      Sodastream Fountain Jet

      Turn the seltzer aficionado’s dream into a reality with the Sodastream Fountain Jet, an at-home soda maker that turns plain water into sparkling refreshment in 30 seconds flat. For the ultra-elegant giftee, shell out a little extra for a Sodastream Source — the new line of soda-maker designed by Yves Béhar.

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      French press

      ESPRO Medium ESPRO Press

      Bruce Constantine's Medium Espro was a runaway success on Kickstarter earlier this year, and now it's available for the rest of us. The Medium Espro contains a unique filter that makes for a smooth, sludge-free coffee. The insulated container will keep two cups of coffee piping hot.

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      Coffee grinder

      Baratza Encore coffee grinder

      The quickest way to a better brew is a fresh-roasted bean and a serious grinder: you want a burr mill, which lets you fine-tune grind consistency and size. It might not come cheap, but Baratza's latest Encore is quieter and more durable than its predecessor, and it gives you a perfect grind for everything from a french press to an espresso.

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      Blender

      Vitamix 5200 Standard blender

      If you want to move your smoothie or margarita game to the next level, the Vitamix 5200 is what you need. It's a pro-level blender, not necessarily for the beginner, that packs a serious amount of firepower. If you’re tired of your blender choking on the seemingly simple task of chopping ice, the 5200 will never let you down.

  • Game consoles

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      Portable console

      Sony PS Vita

      The PS Vita is nearly two years old, so why mention it now? Because PlayStation 4 Remote Play breathes new life into the portable. Open up your living room and play next-gen games on a 5-inch screen — ‘Battlefield 4’ is much more fun from bed. The Vita 2000 remake is Japan-only for now, but the original is still a solid luxury accessory.

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      Portable console

      Nintendo 3DS XL

      The 3DS has really come into its own over the last year or two, and the XL model is the one to get. Its screen is over 90-percent larger than the 3DS, and it's more comfortable, luxurious, and immersive than the original. And, Nintendo just might have the portable-game collection to beat. Maybe size does matter after all.

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      Portable console

      Nvidia Shield

      Nvidia’s mashup of an Android tablet and game controller finally hit the market, and there’s no doubt the powerful but unusual device is targeted at a very specific audience — but if you know someone who wants to play their entire Steam collection on the couch, the Nvidia Shield is your one and only option.

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      Living room console

      Sony PlayStation 4

      You want a next-gen console and you don't care about TV integration or eerily observant cameras. The PlayStation 4 is a sleek gaming machine with one of the most comfortable controllers ever made, and strong launch titles like 'Resogun' and 'Battlefield 4' — with the promise of more early next year.

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      Living room console

      Microsoft Xbox One

      The Xbox One is more expensive than the PS4, but it’s also more ambitious: its high-tech Kinect camera and ambitious software package want to replace your set-top box. It could easily be your console for the next decade, if Microsoft delivers.

  • Games

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      Mobile game

      Vlambeer 'Ridiculous Fishing'

      This is Billy. He fishes like a champ. He knows the best lure is a chainsaw that shoots blades from its sides. He knows real fishing involves catching dozens of rare creatures from deep under the sea, throwing them stupidly high into the air, pulling out two Akimbo mini-guns, and utterly destroying them. Don't question it, just play.

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      Mobile game

      Simogo 'Device 6'

      'Device 6' doesn't know if it's a book or a game, and that's part of what makes it so great. It's a bold experiment in narrative, and the crazy thing is that it actually works: like any great story, it's an experience you just can't put down.

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      Mobile game

      webbfarbror AB 'Rymdkapsel'

      Just lead a team of tiny white squares out into the great unknown expanse of space while balancing food production, colony size, housing, and weapons. 'Rymdkapsel' starts out slowly, but it soon turns into a high-wire balancing act. Do you build up your resources to explore, or protect against the ever-present threat of attackers?

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      Mobile game

      Semi Secret Software 'Hundreds'

      When you're craving something a little more refined than 'Candy Crush Saga,' 'Hundreds' is the perfect antidote: a sleek, stylish puzzler from the creator of 'Canabalt' that will break your brain… in a good way.

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      Console game

      Sparpweed 'Ibb & Obb'

      'Super Mario' is great, but sometimes platform games are better with a friend — and 'Ibb & Obb' is an adorable game that you can literally only play with another person. It's charming and challenging, and will test your smarts as much as your friendship.

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      PC / Mac game

      Ed Key & David Kanaga 'Proteus'

      Sometimes you just need to chill out. 'Proteus' zaps you away to a zen, 8-bit island where every action — from footsteps to drizzling rain — creates music. It’s more of an interactive musical experience than a traditional game, and it's trippy as hell. Pro tip: it's even better when you play the portable Vita version with a great pair of headphones.

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      drinkbox studios 'Guacamelee!'

      Fancy some 'Metroid' action with a dash of Mexican flavor? The pun-laden 'Guacamelee' for PS3, Vita, and PC is one of the best ways to get in some of that classic side-scrolling action without having to dust off your Super Nintendo.

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      Console game

      Mossmouth 'Spelunky'

      It may look cute, but exploration game 'Spelunky' isn't for the faint of heart. You'll die — a lot — as the game forces you to really earn every inch of progress. Think of death as more like a learning experience.

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      PC / Mac game

      Harebrained Schemes 'Shadowrun Returns'

      Sometimes that old-school RPG itch just needs to be scratched, and 'Shadowrun Returns' is the perfect way to do just that. It's a cyberpunk whodunit with magic, augmentation, and lots of elves. Crack your knuckles: it's time to work on your hacking skills.

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      PC / Mac game

      The Fullbright Company 'Gone Home'

      ‘Gone Home’ is only a few hours long and the entire game is confined to one suburban home. But even without guns or action, it's one of the most compelling games of the year, thanks to fantastic writing and characters you can’t help but care about.

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      Mobile game

      2K Games 'XCOM: Enemy Unknown' (iPad)

      ‘XCOM: Enemy Unknown’ is a full-fledged console game on a tablet, and its deep, engaging strategy gameplay is almost perfectly suited for a touchscreen. Just don’t get too attached to your soldiers - once they die, they’re gone for good.

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      Console game

      Rockstar Games 'Grand Theft Auto V'

      The latest 'Grand Theft Auto' isn't just the biggest so far: it's also the best. It's beautifully rendered mayhem that features great action, an engaging story, and a huge world to explore. Plus, you can take selfies.

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      Console game

      Naughty Dog 'The Last of Us'

      You may be sick of zombie games, but 'The Last of Us' is different: it's a horrific apocalyptic vision with half a moral compass and some heart. You'll still be killing lots of dudes, but for once you might actually feel bad about it.

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      EA 'Battlefield 4'

      'Battlefield 4' is all about bigger: large-scale, 64-player shootouts across terrains that can flood, freeze, or (in the case of buildings) fall down after too many explosions. This game is about more weapons, more vehicles, and more spectacle — and it's a game you can find on pretty much any console you have.

  • Headphones

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      Best under $20

      Philips SHE3585/28 in-ear headphones

      Sometimes you just need a simple pair of good-sounding headphones to get you through the day, a pair that you wouldn't be distraught to have accidentally left on the plane. Philips' in-ear sets are reasonably priced and come in so many bright and fun colors that you might just be tempted to pick up more than one pair.

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      Best workout

      AudioTechnica SonicSport in-ear headphones

      Sweat and headphones don’t mix, but AudioTechnica’s SonicSport in-ear headphones fit the bill nicely. Their ringed eartips ensure you’ll hear ambient noise like traffic if you're running outside, and they’re even waterproof, meaning they’ll survive an accidental (or intentional) trip through the wash now and again.

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      best under $100

      Klipsch Image S4 headphones

      Klipsch’s Image S4 are some of our favorite earphones for everyday use, and they thrive everywhere from the office to the subway for well under $100. While they might not grab anyone's attention as a fashion accessory and are only available in no-nonsense black or white, the S4s again and again deliver impressive sound quality in a tiny package.

    • On The Street
      best headset under $100

      Jays A-Jays 5

      Jays of Sweden recently released the a-JAYS 5, the company's best earbuds yet. The handsome pair offers impressive sound, tangle-free flat cables, and device-specific remote mics for your iPhone, Android, or Windows Phone. Bass nuts will find a lot to like here — and so should just about anyone else — at a price that won't break the bank.

    • On The Street
      Best wireless

      SOL Republic Tracks Air Bluetooth headphones

      Whether you're in the office or at home half-naked and barely out of bed, you deserve to do work in style. The SOL Republic Tracks Air Bluetooth headphones sound good and look great for the $199 price tag. They also boast a 15-hour battery life and can go seamlessly from wired to wireless, even pairing with two Bluetooth-enabled devices at the same time.

    • At Work
      best under $250

      Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear headphones

      These Sennheiser cans aren't just beautiful — they're some of the best-sounding closed phones we've come across. The package includes a second cable with three-button audio controls and an inline mic, so you don't need to unplug to answer the phone. They're a bit pricey at $349, but you get a lot of style for the money.

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      Best noise-canceling

      Sony MDR-1 Digital Noise Canceling Headphones

      Sony’s MDR-1RNC headphones are the antithesis of distracted listening — active noise canceling means no other sound will get between you and your music, and a built-in 22-hour battery means you’ll have plenty of power both for lengthy living-room sessions and any cross-continent flights.

  • Laptops

    • On The Street
      Best Chromebook

      Acer C720 Chromebook

      Pay just $250 for a laptop and you’re almost always guaranteed a world of hurt. Acer’s simple little C720 Chromebook fortunately bucks this trend in spectacular fashion, with over seven hours of battery life and more-than-capable performance for everyday tasks in Chrome OS.

    • At Work
      Best cheap Windows laptop

      Lenovo Lenovo ThinkPad X240

      The iconic black ThinkPad hasn't changed much over the years, but that’s precisely the point. Lenovo’s X230, the latest in a long line of 12.5-inch portable machines, isn't cutting edge (we’d appreciate a higher-resolution screen), but everyone will know you’re a professional who gets down to business.

    • At Work
      Best Windows laptop

      Acer Aspire S7

      Simply put, the Acer Aspire S7 is how a Windows 8 laptop should be built. It’s got a gorgeous design, it’s powerful, it's only 2.87 pounds, and it’s useful; it’s the best ultrabook we’ve tested so far. For $350 less you can get a MacBook Air, but the Air won’t give you a 1080p display or a touchscreen.

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      Best gaming laptop

      Alienware 14 Gaming Laptop

      If you’re willing to add a bit of bulk to your backpack, grab the Alienware 14 (starting at $1,099), a gaming beast that can run some of today’s best-looking games with the visual glory they deserve. You’ll just have to convince yourself to close 'BioShock Infinite' and open up Google Docs to get some work done.

    • At Work
      Best pro laptop

      Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display (2013)

      Need a do-everything machine? Look no further than Apple’s 2013 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. It's versatile, powerful, and the Retina display is as beautiful as ever. Of course, its $1,999 price tag isn't for everyone, and those who don't need a workhorse should opt for an Air.

    • On The Street
      Best battery life

      Apple 13-inch MacBook Air (2013)

      The MacBook Air (still) needs no introduction. The stylish portable received our highest marks this year mostly for being the same great laptop it’s been the past few years, but this time with an eye-popping 13 hours of battery life. And at $1,099, it's cheaper than ever.

  • Movies & TV

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      Criterion Collection 'Eyes Without A Face'

      Georges Franju’s 1960 horror classic received a brand-new remaster for Criterion’s Blu-ray release, giving viewers the chance to witness its black-and-white beauty better than ever before. The story of a doctor who goes to great lengths to aid his disfigured daughter, it’s at turns moody, poetic, and downright horrifying.

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      Funimation 'Akira' Blu-ray, 25th anniversary edition

      We’re going to make this very simple. If someone you know hasn’t already seen Katsuhiro Otomo’s adaptation of his manga 'Akira,' you will vastly improve their life by bringing it into their world. This new 25th-anniversary Blu-ray is the best way to do it.

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      Universal Studios 'Cornetto trilogy' + 'The World's End'

      Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost have been crafting creative comedies ever since they joined forces on the UK series 'Spaced.' The fruit of the trio's cinematic endeavors is The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy. 'Shaun of the Dead,' 'Hot Fuzz,' and 'The World’s End' are all mandatory viewing — or re-viewing, as the case may be.

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      Sony Pictures Entertainment 'Breaking Bad', the complete series

      'Breaking Bad' just wrapped a legendary run, and for those not ready to let go we’ve got just the thing. This 16-disc set collects the entire series, a new mini-doc, and an assortment of extras. It’s all stored in a replica of a plastic barrel, which we’d normally say was one step too far… but it comes with a Los Pollos Hermanos 'apron,' people.

    • Lean Back

      BBC Home Entertainment 'Doctor Who': Series 1-7 Blu-ray

      Because Time And Relative Dimension In Space is just a fancy way of saying 'blue box.' Because Nine, Ten, and Eleven are proper names. Because you cringe whenever people spell it 'Dr. Who.' Because 'wibbly wobbly, timey wimey' is a thing you say. Because anything you just read makes perfect sense — or because it didn't and you really want it to.

  • Peripherals

    • On The Street
      Power

      Belkin Power strip

      For when you're on the road, Belkin's SurgePlus three-outlet travel charger ($19.99) is a lifesaver. On top of the trio of outlets, you've got two 2-amp USB ports capable of charging heavy-duty devices like tablets, and a swiveling plug for tight spaces. Throw it in a bag or purse, never worry about power starvation again.

    • At Work
      USB hub

      D-Link USB hub 7-port

      Carrying a USB hub for extra ports in your bag is never a bad idea, and D-Link’s seven-port hub is a solid choice. At $25.99, it gives you seven additional USB ports to play with; two of those offer extra juice so you can charge a phone or tablet faster when you’re on the move.

    • On The Street
      Portable storage

      Lacie PetiteKey

      Everyone needs a little portable storage — you never know when you're going to need to ferry a file or a photo from point A to point B. Lacie's PetiteKey (32GB for $34.99) fits on a keychain, has an attractive brushed-metal finish, and actually looks like a key, so it blends right in.

    • At Work
      Stylus

      Sensu Brush

      The iPad doesn't know the difference between your finger and the Sensu Brush, but that doesn't mean it isn't a pleasure to use. When paired with Paper for iPad's watercolor tool, it's hard to come any closer to simulating a paintbrush in digital form. And if you need more precision, you can flip the Brush and use its rubber-tipped stylus.

    • On The Street
      Travel mouse

      Logitech M525 wireless mouse

      With the M525 wireless mouse, Logitech shrinks its comfortable design down to an incredibly portable size, one especially useful for those looking to take one on the go. Oh, and don’t worry about keeping it charged: it promises three years of battery life.

    • On The Street
      Portable Power

      Mophie Powerstation Reserve Micro

      Cases offering an extra boost for your phone, even when well-designed, take away from the original phone designers' wishes. And black-and-white cases aren't exactly expressive. Mophie's $39.95 pocketable Powerstation Reserve Micro offloads that extra bit of boost to your keychain, giving you an extra hour or two of battery life for your smartphone.

    • At Work
      Stylus

      fiftythree Pencil stylus

      FiftyThree's Pencil stylus is the perfect compliment to Paper, the company's award-winning drawing app. Pencil has a sharp, carpenter's pencil-inspired design, Bluetooth for powering advanced features like Palm Rejection, and magnets for sticking it to your iPad's Smart Cover.

    • On The Street
      Portable Power

      Satechi 10,000 mah powerstation

      Don't see a power outlet nearby? If you've got Satechi's Portable Energy Station ($59.99), you're covered for a long, long time. The 10,000mAh battery can completely recharge a dead phone multiple times over, and dual USB outlets mean you can juice a phone and tablet simultaneously.

    • At Work
      Keyboard

      Apple Bluetooth wireless keyboard

      There are a million keyboards on the market, but if the person on your list has a Mac or iPad (or even an iPhone), Apple's Bluetooth Wireless remains a top contender year after year. Lightweight, low profile, solid aluminum construction — what's not to love?

    • On The Street
      Travel mouse

      Logitech Ultrathin touch mouse T630

      A slim notebook deserves an equally slim mouse, and Logitech’s wireless Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630 is one of the most stylish choices out there. Aside from its small size, the mouse’s brushed-metal siding makes it the perfect fit for plenty of ultrabooks.

    • At Work
      Portable storage

      Toshiba Canvio Slim II

      At under $100, Toshiba’s Canvio Slim II offers 1TB of storage — plenty of room for backing up or storing your photos, documents, and music. And if you leave it hooked up to a computer at home, you’ll be able to remotely access your files from the web — it's a little like Dropbox, only a lot cheaper and a lot more private.

    • At Work
      Mouse

      Logitech Performance Mouse MX

      Logitech makes some of the most comfortable and capable mice around, and the wireless Performance Mouse MX is one of its standouts. Its four buttons are all customizable, with two perfectly placed for going forward and backward on webpages. Logitech promises incredibly precise cursor control too — something gamers should love to hear.

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      Smart remote

      Harmony Smart Control

      If your living room is more complicated than a TV and an antenna, you need a smart remote. Logitech's Harmony Smart Control ($129) is a great, cost-effective choice for bringing together your console, Apple TV, and other set-top boxes. It works with iOS and Android apps to turn your smartphone into the clicker.

  • Phone cases

    • On The Street
      Design case

      Incase Mara Hoffman snap case

      If a standard iPhone is a little too dull for you — or if gravity's a little too strong— try out this year's Incase collection from New York-based designer Mara Hoffman. Based off some of the wildest prints from Hoffman’s fashion line, cases like 'King Tut Pink' and 'Pow Wow Cream' give your iPhone a bold, geometric, symmetrical flavor.

    • On The Street
      Design case

      Truffol Signature Case

      If Robocop had an iPhone, he'd choose a Truffol anodized aluminum case to protect it. As any seasoned iPhone owner knows, protecting the device's corners is the key to keeping its screen crack-free. Truffol's metal enclosures might knock a bar off your cell signal, but at least you'll look damn cool placing that call — or playing 'Candy Crush.'

    • On The Street
      Luxury case

      Shinola iPhone case

      They may be from modern-day Detroit, but Shinola's handmade leather cases, sourced from the Horween tannery, feel like they could have come straight out of the golden age of American craftsmanship. They're slim, stylish, and tailor-made for your iPhone 5, 4S, or 4.

    • On The Street
      Power case

      Mophie Juice pack

      Mophie’s Juice Pack does a great job of taking your smartphone through the day’s end, while doubling as a protective case. With a huge 2300 mAh battery and built-in volume and power buttons, the Mophie Juice Pack makes it no problem to keep your Galaxy S III running.

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      Power case

      Mophie Juice pack air

      The 1700mAh-capacity Juice Pack Air adds a little bulk to your pocket, while effectively doubling your iPhone 5S' or iPhone 5's battery life. Its slim design integrates volume buttons, a mute switch, and Micro USB charging in just under 3 additional ounces.

  • Phones

    • On The Street
      Cheap iPhone

      Apple iPhone 5C

      The iPhone 5C is the slightly cheaper, slightly slower model — but don’t let that scare you. It’s still a very fast iPhone with a fantastic camera. It’s made of plastic, yes, but it’s well-built and comes in five bright colors. Even if the top-of-the-line 5S is within your budget, it’s just not quite as fun or flashy.

    • On The Street
      Cheap Android

      Motorola Moto X

      Motorola is finally back to making phones that can appeal to everybody with the Moto X. An Android phone that manages to cram a big screen into a refreshingly small body, it's mostly free of the bloatware other manufacturers bake in. But the X's best feature is how you build it.

    • On The Street
      Phablet

      Samsung Galaxy Note 3

      Big phones are here to stay, the only real choice is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3. The S-Pen is its main advantage, a stylus that lets you draw and write on the screen. Beyond the stylus, though, the Note 3 just doesn't have much competition out there — the original phablet is still the best.

    • On The Street
      Best iPhone

      Apple iPhone 5S

      The newest iPhone's marquee feature is Touch ID, which lets you unlock the iPhone 5S with a fingerprint. The 5S is still thin, fast, light, and has a larger and better library of apps than anything else on the market. It also has the best camera for casual users — no other phone comes close to achieving the balance between ease-of-use and quality.

    • At Play
      Best camera phone

      Nokia Lumia 1020

      Nokia’s Lumia 1020 isn’t for everybody, but it's a great phone for photographers. It runs Windows Phone, which is fast and easy to use but doesn’t have quite as many apps as Android or iPhone (though it is catching up quickly). It does have easily the most powerful camera on a smartphone.

    • At Play
      Best rugged phone

      Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

      Most ruggedized, waterproof phones end up looking like ugly, rubbery, plasticky gadgets and have features that are equally underwhelming. Not so with the S4 Active, which manages to look handsome enough for regular use without shirking on any essential features.

    • At Play
      Pure Android

      Google Nexus 5

      Google’s Nexus phones don't have any of the junk that phone companies usually put on Android phones, so they feel fast and clean. The Nexus 5 is no different: it’s a super-fast and fairly elegant phone that only costs $349, no phone contract necessary.

  • Set-top boxes

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      Cheap streaming

      Google Chromecast

      Google's deceptively cheap Chromecast is the easiest way to get the wealth of video, music, and more from Google's Play Store to your TV. Netflix, Pandora, and Hulu mean that the Chromecast isn't just limited to the world of Google. For $35, it's the perfect stocking stuffer for the Android owner in your life.

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      Set-top box

      Roku 3

      Roku's newest set-top box is a marked improvement over earlier versions: it's faster, more responsive, easier to use, and has more to watch than ever. At only $99, a Roku 3 is a must buy: even if you aren't cutting the cable cord, The Roku's vast wealth of on-demand content makes a great fallback when channel surfing fails.

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      Set-top box

      Apple TV

      Apple hasn't added much to its Apple TV set-top box lately, but it remains the easiest way to get iTunes to the TV. Pair that with the various apps already available to acces Netflix, Hulu, and more, and it's easy to see why the $99 Apple TV is still a living-room essential.

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      Cable anywhere

      Sling Media Slingbox 500

      Traveling and want to watch the game? Or just watch the newest episode of 'Mad Men' you DVR'd while stuck on a layover? The Slingbox 500 is the answer: it lets you watch whatever is on your cable box from anywhere, on any device, in full 1080p.

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      Best DVR

      TiVo Roamio Pro

      TiVo's Roamio Pro is simply the best cable box out there. It's not perfect — and it's definitely not cheap — but it's far ahead of the garbage your cable company offers. The best DVR on the market integrates your cable TV and internet services, streams to iOS devices, and expands your storage with an external hard drive.

  • Subscriptions

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      Coffee

      Craft Coffee subscription

      For the discerning coffee lover in your life, consider Craft. The subscription coffee-service delivers 4 ounces from three different roasters to your doorstep, or enough to make 42 cups of high-end java. Every package comes with tasting notes and tips to help you brew like a pro. So long Starbucks!

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      Movies

      Drafthouse Alliance subscription

      Drafthouse Films' mission is simple: to bring audiences some of the most unique and eccentric films out there. The Alliance subscription gets you its next 10 Blu-ray or DVD releases, plus invites to special screenings around the country. Drafthouse Films understands how people watch movies — so if you don’t want physical media, a digital-only version is available.

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      Movies & TV

      Netflix Pass

      If you know anyone who doesn’t have a Netflix subscription, well, shame on them. 'House of Cards' and 'Orange is the New Black' are too good to miss. Because they're probably using your account, get them to stop mooching with a gift subscription, starting with a month’s worth of unlimited streaming.

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      TV

      Hulu Plus Subscription

      Sometimes you can't just wait for seasons to come out on Netflix — you need to talk about last night's episode of 'The Walking Dead,' not last year's. Hulu Plus adds the ability to watch Hulu on mobile devices and streaming boxes, and opens up an expanded assortment of shows and movies — including the impeccable Criterion Collection.

  • Tablets

    • On The Street
      Best e-reader

      Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

      Serious bookworms prefer E Ink — it's easier on the eyes, lasts forever on a charge, and stays viewable in nearly any light. Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite (starting at $119) is our favorite; it's fast, easy to use, and comes with a great backlight. Plus, it plugs into the world's biggest selection of ebooks and magazines.

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      Best Amazon tablet

      Amazon Kindle HDX

      With better specs, apps, and services, the Kindle Fire rates up there with the iPad mini and the Nexus 7 as one of the world's best tablets. Its Mayday support system connects you with a live human over video chat within about 15 seconds, so you can give this one to a parent or grandparent and leave the tech support to Jeff Bezos.

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      Best Android tablet

      Google Nexus 7

      Google's refreshed Nexus 7 looks great, feels even better, and performs fantastically well thanks to a new display, better design, and a faster processor. Need a portable tablet for reading, games, browsing, or video? The Nexus 7 is difficult to beat this holiday season.

    • On The Street
      Best small tablet

      Apple iPad mini with Retina

      The iPad mini was the small tablet everyone had been begging Apple to make for years, but it took a year for Cupertino to perfect it. The updated model has a gorgeous Retina display and a new processor to power it all. It's the most expensive small tablet, but the best doesn't come cheap.

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      Best full-size tablet

      Apple iPad Air

      The iPad Air represents the most significant redesign to Apple's iconic tablet in years. It's strikingly light, blazing fast, and lasts all day without issue. Despite other tablets hitting the market in recent years, the iPad is still the cream of the crop, and while it still won't replace your PC, the iPad Air is the best version yet.

  • Toys

    • At Work

      Giant Microbes Plush microbes

      Not sure what to get the co-worker, the new girlfriend, or the newborn who has everything? These plush microbes — including cuddly versions of the common cold, sperm cell, and chicken pox — send myriad messages (“Stop sneezing on my desk,” “I want to impregnate you,” “The pox cometh”) in eminently lovable packages.

    • At Work

      LEGO DeLorean

      The fourth entry in Lego's user-submitted Cuusoo program could've been a cynical exercise in synergy, mixing a classic toy brand with the beloved 'Back to the Future' series. Instead, this 401-piece DeLorean makes for a surprisingly complicated and pleasurable build.

    • Lean Back

      Anki Drive

      Anki Drive is a high-tech racing game where each toy car is actually a tiny robot controlled by your iPhone. Race your friends and family around the included track, blasting them with virtual weapons all the way to the finish. The resulting game is a compelling hybrid of the physical and digital worlds.

    • At Work

      LEGO Mindstorms EV3

      Lego's Mindstorms has been around since the late '90s hooking parents and kids alike with its programmable bricks for building some serious creations beyond the standard car or ship. $349 might not be cheap, but the EV3 is more robotics kit than toy, featuring sensors, servo motors, and other smart components.

  • TVs

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      Best budget HDTV

      Vizio E390i-A1

      HDTV prices have dropped to the point where it's not crazy to recommend a model at a respectable size under $400. If you're on a budget, check out Vizio's E0i series: you'll get 1080p HD resolution, three HDMI ports, and a clean, minimal design. Plus, the 39-inch model can be found for under $370.

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      Best under $500

      Samsung PN51F4500AF

      The price is all too right for this 51-inch plasma TV from Samsung. The set has a tiny bezel that’ll make its big screen feel even bigger, and as a plasma, you can expect some beautifully black blacks, even though it’s not top of the line.

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      Best under $1000

      Panasonic TC-P50ST60

      Picture quality purists were crushed when Panasonic announced it was ceasing production of its wonderful plasma TVs. Panasonic’s ST series hits just the sweet spot with superb black levels, viewing angles, and color accuracy that beat similarly priced LED TVs. Even better, you can find the 50-inch model for under $1,000.

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      Best under $2000

      Panasonic VIERA TC-P60ST50

      Panasonic is giving up the plasma game, so you may want to jump on one of its remaining, much-loved sets while you still can. The Viera TC-P60ST50 may be pricey, but with its 60-inch display, 1080p resolution, Wi-Fi connectivity, and support for 3D, it should be more TV than you’ll need for years to come.

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