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'Freaky Geeky' Gadgets for Valentine's Day



On this most romantic day of the year, the best place to be is with the one you love, probably out at some expensive restaurant packed shoulder to shoulder with every other lucky bum and the one they love. But, if you're not so lucky, you might be apart, stuck on a trip of some sort that has you states or countries away from your better half. What to do? PCMag.com's "Freaky Geeky" Features Editor Dan Evans has some saucy tech to bring you a little closer -- virtually at least, and a gadget to help you capture the time you have together.

Up first on his Barry White-inspired tech roundup is the Canon HV20, a high-definition camcorder that comes with a low-light mode that's perfect for capturing your most intimate moments in the dark -- especially if you're a young heiress looking to make a name for yourself. If you're unlucky and far away from the one you love, Evans recommends the Logitech Quickcam Orbit AF webcam for making a digital video connection online. It has a motorized base that allows it to track you wherever you might go around the (bed)room. Finally, there's the Plantronics 510 Bluetooth headset, a wireless headset that lets you chat with the one you love up to 40-feet away from your phone all while keeping your hands free for -- other things.

Yes, it's a very tech-filled Valentine's day, and while you might be in a place where no amount of technology could get you to your lover in time, at least with some of these things you can say hello.

From PCMag.com

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Tags: Camcorder, Canon, Freaky Geeky, FreakyGeeky, Logitech, Plantronics, Valentine's

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