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Samsung CL65 Camera with Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth

Who to give it to: The camera geek

If your geek travels a lot and takes a lot of pictures along the way, the Samsung CL65 Camera ($US399, Samsung.com) might be the perfect gift. This 12-megapixel model is the first digital camera equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS/Geo-tagging.

The Samsung CL65 allows photo-geeks to upload pictures and videos directly from their camera to Flickr, Facebook, Photobox, Picasa, and YouTube, as well as via e-mail, over unprotected wireless networks. The built-in GPS tags photos with the locations where they were taken. And Bluetooth capabilities allow you to stream photos and videos or send them to other Bluetooth-enabled devices: phones, computers, and even HDTVs. The Samsung CL65 features Smart Face recognition, scene recognition, 5X optical zoom, and a 3.5-inch touchscreen display. It's a great gift for anyone who's geeky enough to want Wi-Fi in a camera…or for anyone who tends to forget where they took this or that awesome picture.

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