The Best Winter Gadgets for the Tech-Obsessed

Three gizmos that should be on every geek's holiday wish list.

Three gizmos that should be on every geek's holiday wish list.

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  1. Burton Mix Master gloves control your iPhone or iPod through a built-in wireless remote. Tiny buttons on each glove let you choose songs, tweak volume, and answer your phone.

$160; burton.com

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  1. There are few things worse than getting lost while skiing. Zeal Optics Z3 GPS Goggles are equipped with GPS guidance, so no more missing that après-ski hot-tub party.

$549; zealoptics.com

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  1. Most cameras have trouble in the cold, but the rugged, shockproof, 12.1-megapixel Lumix DMC-TS3 can operate at temps as low as 14 degrees.

$350; panasonic.net

— Brian X. Chen

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