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LaCie CloudBox

Still wary of uploading your precious media and memories to a cloud service? Create one of your own with the LaCie CloudBox ($120-$180). Available in 1TB - 3TB capacities, this dead-simple device plugs into the wall and your router — using Ethernet — and in minutes appears on your Macs and PCs just like a normal connected device. Thanks to its UPnP capabilities, it can stream music, movies, and photos to devices like the Xbox 360 and iPad wirelessly, and can also provide streaming service over the Internet with its MyNAS feature. The handsome Neil Poulton design is just icing on the cake.

  • Moleskine Photo Books

    We know how durable Moleskine notebooks can be, and we also know that most guys printing out a photo book likely want it to last — so it only makes sense to combine the two. Moleskine Photo Books ($40) are custom printed 20-page books filled with photos of your choosing. The hard cover of the roughly 9" x 7.5" book features a title and one of your images inset into the cover, and ivory inner pages make sure your photos look their best. There's even an expandable inner pocket for adding to the memories. Looking for more? The $75 Photo Book Plus offers 60 pages, a linen fabric slipcase, a downloadable PDF version, and an online digital flipbook.

  • Beetlejuice Terrarium

    The best movies create new worlds that we get to visit for short periods of time. The Beetlejuice Terrarium ($350) takes one of these worlds — that of Beetlejuice — and scales it down so it can fit in your office, den, or pretty much anywhere else you like. Created using moss taken from a forest near the artist, the placement of the tree, posts, and driveway are all accurate relative to the house, which is made out of wax, stands 1.5-inches tall, and is detailed enough to make you worried about saying the titular character's name three times when in the vicinity.