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LaCie Sphère

Just because you need more storage space for everything on your computer — whether it's regular backups, your ridiculous collection of MP3s, an archive of every photo you've ever taken, or your complete video library — doesn't mean you need to junk up your desk with some clunky-looking hard drive. The LaCie Sphère ($500) is a truly gorgeous work of industrial art, and with USB 3.0 connectivity and a terabyte of storage space, it's no slouch either. Handcrafted and silvered in France, the enclosure is made by master craftsmen at Christofle, sports a unique round shape, and is polished for a highly-reflective surface. And with USB 3.0, it's nearly three times faster than regular USB, all without requiring a power cable.

  • ZeroHour Battery Backup Flashlight

    Sure, a flashlight is one of the most useful tools you can fit into your jeans pocket, but a flashlight that can also charge your most frequently-used gadgets — that's pretty remarkable. The ZeroHour Battery Backup Flashlight ($160) combines a 1,000-lumen CREE LED bulb with a 10,000mAh power source inside a durable aircraft aluminum body and a stainless steel bezel. The end cap removes to expose dual USB ports capable of charging multiple smartphones or tablets at once. The ZeroHour is also modular, letting you remove the recharging portion if you need something smaller in your pocket.

  • Dell UltraSharp UltraHD 4K Monitor

    For graphics-intensive work, you need a little more than the average monitor to meet your demands — and the Dell UltraSharp UltraHD 4K Monitor ($1,400-$3,500) is there for you with ridiculous pixel density and color precision. Available in two sizes, 32 inches and 24 inches, these monitors are made for graphic designers, photographers, video and game designers, CAD designers, and others who demand stunning resolution on a huge screen. The 32-inch model features 3840 by 2160 resolution on a 31.5-inch screen — while it and the smaller 23.8-inch screen are capable of delivering four times more visual information than your standard HD monitor. Both deliver excellent color reproduction, with support for most of the industry standards, precise calibration, and the ability to deliver nearly the entire color spectrum.