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.

Paris Hilton: Infrared Thermometer

Wouldn't it be great to have a catch phrase--something that people would forever identify with you and only you? As matters stand, mine would probably be something like "When's dinner?" Ultrawealthy socialite and sometime-TV star Paris Hilton, on the other hand, enjoys being the owner of the cool (or at least tepid) catchy phrase "That's hot." She may not whip it out very frequently anymore, but everyone knows who made it popular.
The trouble is, how does she know? I think she needs an OSXL450 Infrared Thermometer with Circle/Dot Laser Sighting. Its range of measurements extends from -4 degrees to 608 degrees Fahrenheit, it has a backlit display for night use (handy when you're out partying until dawn--especially in unusually warm conditions), and it includes a laser sight to help you determine what you're actually measuring. That's hot!

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