Camping tech: Outdoor gadget excess

Even geeks and gadget fans go outside once in a while. This innovative gear will make you the envy of other campers while you're enjoying the great outdoors.

Eureka Nergy 1310 Electric-Powered Tent--US$370



The Nergy 1310 is a nine-pole, rectangular dome tent that can hold up to ten people and their gear. Its crowning tech glory, however, is its 12-volt harness system, run by a US$75 power pack (not included) that lets you plug in. Now you can use a hair dryer, recharge a phone, or watch a movie on a DVD player while inside the tent. This mini mansion also has skylights, six windows, and a gear loft. The US$370 behemoth weighs 34 pounds, so don't expect to go backpacking with it.

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