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ZionEyez Video Recording Glasses

Attention all lifestreamers: Ever get tired of holding up a camera all day, or worse yet, wearing some sort of incredibly dorky, Wi-Fi enabled video helmet? ZionEyez Video Recording Glasses ($150) can fix all of that. These semi-stylish shades feature an integrated 720p video camera, Bluetooth to instantly transfer the stream to your iPhone or Android device for uploading, and 8GB of flash memory in case you need to off-load your recordings later, secret agent-style. As a bonus, they come with clear and shaded removable lenses, so you don't have to worry about looking suspicious with your sunglasses on after sundown.

  • Nook Simple Touch Reader

    Pretty much everyone was expecting the next Nook to be a do-it-all, high-powered Android tablet. Boy were they wrong. The Nook Simple Touch Reader ($140) is aimed at the low-end crowd — not necessarily a bad thing — with a six-inch touchscreen e-Ink Pearl display, built-in Wi-Fi, internal storage for up to 1,000 books with a micro SD port for expansion, battery life of up to two months, and a svelte design with a soft touch back. Just think of it as an anti-iPad.

  • Lichty Guitars

    Sometimes guitars are just tools, there to make sound and nothing else. That's not the case with Lichty Guitars ($4,000 and up). Lovingly handmade by Jay Lichty in his Tryon, NC workshop, these guitars are as much pieces of art as instruments — although they're good at that too — thanks to their construction from striking woods like Brazilian Rosewood, Cocobolo, Bubinga, Claro Walnut, Koa, and Pau Ferro. Just don't go all punk rock with one of these — it would be a real shame to see one smashed onstage.