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Gift Guide: BRAMMO Enertia Electric Motorcycle

BRAMMO Enertia Electric Motorcycle (Earth Lover, Cost No Object) Among the first two-wheeled fully electric street-legal motorcycles on the market, Brammo's Enertia is a fun and substantial little ride for moto enthusiasts and short-range commuters (check out our full review here). It zips along at up to 50 mph (sounding remarkably like the Lexus from Minority Report) and is capable of 45...

Gift Guide: Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 60-inch TV

Homebody, Cost No Object Pioneer Elite KURO PRO-151FD 60-inch Plasma HDTV For devout videophiles who don't go the projector route, there's still nothing that satisfies like plasma, and for plasmas, there's nothing that compares to a Pioneer Elite. The top-of-the-line KURO PRO-151FD represents the highest quality TV-watching experience possible (and a price tag to match it, at 6,500 clams)....

Gift Guide: Brothers Wall of Sound iPod Speaker

Brothers Wall of Sound iPod Speaker (Style-o-Phile, Cost No Object) We're still struggling to invent the proper adjective to describe this monster of rockin' (would insanely awesome be insanesome or awesane?) but don't let our failings hinder your appreciation. The WOS, or Wall of Sound, is an achievement all of humanity can come together around and celebrate like the monolith from 2001, as...

Gift Guide: McIntosh MXA60 Audio System

McIntosh MXA60 60th Anniversary Integrated Audio System (Media Hound, Cost No Object) If you must have top-shelf, top-notch, wallet-draining audio -- which is the only reason you'd be perusing a McIntosh music system in the first place -- then at least do Santa (and the mailman) a favor and lug home the MXA60 yourself: even though it's a bookshelf system, it weighs a husky 64 pounds. From...

Gift Guide: Leica M9 Digital Rangefinder Camera

Leica M9 Digital Rangefinder Camera (Gadget Head, Cost No Object) The Leica brand has represented the ne plus ultra of photographic excellence for nearly a century, and continues to burnish its impeccable rep with its new M9 ($7,000). As beautiful a piece of gadgetry as any we've come across, the M9 is somewhat of an oddity in the digital realm: it's a rangefinder camera (meaning you don't...

Gift Guide: Tag Heuer Meridiist Automobili Phone

Tag Heuer Meridiist Automobili Phone (Style-o-Phile, Cost No Object) Thinking of springing for the veritable super car of cell phones? Lamborghini has saved you the trouble of searching high and low by releasing a phone of its own. Housed in black titanium and hand-brushed stainless steel, the Tag Heuer Meridiist Automobili Lamborghini (price TBD) was inspired by the Murcielago LP640, from...

Gift Guide: Alienware Area 51 ALX Gaming PC

Alienware Area 51 ALX Gaming PC (Gamer, Cost No Object) If you're trying to keep up with the Joneses in PC gaming, Alienware's Area 51 Gaming PC ($3,999 and up) is tough to beat. Housed inside one of the company's trademark love-'em-or-hate-'em "futuristic" cases, this rig is decked out with some of the best components money can buy: Intel Core i7 975 Extreme processors, your choice of ATI...

Guide Gift: Airboard Personal Hovercraft

Airboard Personal Hovercraft (Sports Fan, Cost No Object) Is someone you know the type of person who wants to geek-out and shame all the kids at the skate park at the same time? Enter the Airboard personal hovercraft by Arbortech, a gas-powered transport that floats nearly 8 inches over a hard surface at speeds of up to 15 miles-per-hour. By shifting their weight, 'drivers' can steer the...

A Toy Tank to Scare the Neighbors

Hey ladies! Looking to get that manbaby of a husband you married something he loves for the holidays? Look no further than a gigantic, radio-controlled tank that's powerful enough to actually pull a car. A company called Mark 1 Tanks, based in the UK, manufactures the six-foot long beast, which is essentially a 1/4 scale model of a German King Tiger from World War II. With all the available...

Gift Guide: Velocity Raptor and Edge Gaming PCs

Velocity Raptor and Edge Gaming PCs (Gamer, Under $5000) The baddest gaming PC around is Velocity's Raptor: it comes in several flavors, from the "bang for the buck" Z5 to the "bucks are not an issue" high-end systems. The Raptor Z90 comes tricked out with everything your beloved gamer will need, and you can of course customize it to their liking (we might suggest upgrading the graphics card to...

Gift Guide: Sony Vaio TT

Sony Vaio TT (Traveler, Under $5,000) In the ongoing race among laptops to be the strongest, thinnest, lightest whatever, Sony's latest Vaio has taken the lead: the world's smallest Blu-ray player-equipped notebook. That alone is enough to get us throwing high-fives, but the capper is that it also has a 7.5-hour battery life, which means a traveler could conceivably watch four entire HD movies...