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Makerbot Replicator 2

Another year, another step closer to being able to print out nearly any object you desire. The Makerbot Replicator 2 ($2,200) is the latest such step, boasting a resolution capability of 100 microns and a 410 cubic inch build volume for creating ever larger things. It's new black powder-coated steel chassis is more secure than ever, and just in case your building of useless stuff gets your conscience involved, you can rest assured knowing that it was designed and optimized for Makerbot's new renewable bioplastic PLA filament.

  • Instacube

    Getting our Instagram photos off our devices and into the real world is the challenge du jour in the tech world, and Instacube ($150) is the latest — and best? — way to do it yet. This Wi-Fi enabled photo frame sports a 600x600 LCD touch display, three buttons — one for power, one for toggling between feeds, and one for liking the current photo — an internal Lithium Ion battery so you can move it wherever you want, and a dead-simple three-step setup process. Perfect for gazing at a live stream of your friends' photos, or vainly admiring your own smartphone camera prowess.

  • Logitech Washable Keyboard

    It's inevitable: no matter how much you wash your hands, any keyboard you use day-in, day-out is bound to end up with all matter of crud lodged in between — and sometimes under — the keys. The Logitech Washable Keyboard ($40) takes care of this problem by allowing you to wash it off in the sink, while also offering a full compliment of F-keys, a number pad, a slim design, laser-printed key characters that won't fade over time, and a standard USB connection. Cheetos during an extended session of Diablo III? No longer a problem.