Holiday Gift Guide 2015 (For Tech Geeks) Pt 5: Office

In this series of posts, you’ll find suggestions for the perfect techie gift for Electronics, Entertainment, Toys, Commuter, Office, and Home. In this installment we focus on the Office.

 

Gift idea: MightyText
Who wants it: Kyausha in Digital Marketing
Why does she want it: Send & receive SMS and MMS from your computer or tablet, using your current Android phone number.
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Who wants it: Kyausha in Digital Marketing
Why does she want it: LifePrint is a beautifully designed portable printer.
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Who wants it: Joe in Integrated Solutions Documentation
Why does he want it: This is the perfect thing upon which to perch when using a sit-stand desk. As Muvman says, “Blur the line between sitting and standing.”
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Who wants it: Ruchi in Systems Engineering
Why does he want it: Other then the fact that it’s Star Wars – it’s great for an addition to your home office. Working late and don’t want to turn on the main light? This will be perfect.

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To see the entire gift list, read these posts:

Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) Pt 1: Electronics

Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) Pt 2: Entertainment

Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) Pt 3: Toys

Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) Pt 4: Commuter

Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) Pt 5: Office

Holiday Gift Guide (for Tech Geeks) Pt 6: Home

Matthew Gast is Director of Advanced Technology at Aerohive Networks. He currently serves as chair of both the Wi-Fi Alliance's security task groups, was the first chair of the Wireless Network Management Marketing task group, and is the past chair of the IEEE 802.11 revision task group. Matthew is also the author of 802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly), which is now in its second edition and has been translated into six languages. His companion book, 802.11n book, 802.11n: A Survival Guide (O’Reilly), was recently published and provides information on how 802.11n works and what it means for the WLAN planning process. Most recently, Matthew completed 802.11ac: A Survival Guide (O'Reilly).

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