Holiday Gift Guide – Computer and Mobile Device Accessories Cali Lewis December 5, 2012 Episodes Logitech c920 Webcam – $75 The Logitech c920 is great for Skyping at 1080p, and it’s a great way to encourage your road warrior to stay in touch with you. AOC USB-Powered 16-Inch Monitor – $105 The AOC USB-powered 16-inch monitor is lightweight and slim enough to pack into a bag. Or just great for sitting on a desk. Phiaton PS-210 Bluetooth Earphones – $105 Phiaton PS-210 Bluetooth earphones are my personal favorite for streaming music at the gym or for phone calls. V-Moda Crossfade LP Custom Headphones – $200 V-Moda Crossfade LP Custom Headphones are comfortable, have a flexible band… AND you can customize them by putting someone’s logo or a random image on them. Drobo Mini – $700 The Drobo Mini weighs just three pounds and gives you up to three terabytes of portable redundant storage – that’s a crazy amount of data in a small footprint. G-Connect Hard Drive – $200 The G-Connect is a hard drive that can be used as a wireless media server. Up to five iOS devices can connect to this drive and pull in media in separate streams. LeviSync – $180 The LeviSync will hold an iPad right next to your monitor while providing 4 USB ports for easy charging. Hoverbar – $80 Another tablet mounting option is the Hoverbar, which will attach to any desk if you think your loved one wants some flexibility in where they put their iPad. Moshi iGlaze Case for MacBook Air – $60 The Moshi iGlaze case is the greatest MacBook Air cover ever! They come for MacBooks, iPhones, and iPads as well. BookBook iPad Cover – $80 Pop your iPad into the BookBook and it looks like you’re carrying a simple leather journal instead of an expensive tablet. You can see all our gift suggestions throughout the season at geekbeat.tv/gifts!