Celebrity tech gift guide 2008

Racking your brain for the perfect gifts for the celebrities on your holiday shopping list? These unique tech products will make life bearable for in-the-spotlight types like Paris, Lindsay, TomKat, and Brangelina.

Lindsay Lohan: AlcoHawk PT500

Lindsay Lohan has been in more scrapes with the law than a curb in front of a doughnut shop. Her alcohol- and cocaine-fueled driving mishaps are legendary, even by Hollywood standards. So tarnished has her reputation become that, when she offered her services to the Obama for President campaign, she was rudely rebuffed. What do you get a gal like that?
We suggest the AlcoHawk PT500, a portable breathalyzer that utilizes fuel-cell sensor technology to eliminate false positives, according to the maker, and better accuracy than traditional semiconductor sensors. It measures blood-alcohol concentrations of up to 0.4 percent (at which point your blood qualifies for use in indoor/outdoor thermometers). The US$190 standard version comes with 55 disposable mouthpieces; a Professional Kit costs $40 extra and adds a hard case with foam protection and 50 additional mouthpieces.

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