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Tech Expert Lists Top 5 Tech Gifts Under $100

Nationally known tech expert and co-host of the T4 Show, Michael Manna, has announced his list of the top 5 tech gifts under $100.

Items from Apple and Logitech lead the way of some of the hottest tech gifts of the 2012 holiday season.

Apple TV- $99
Stream all your movies, tv shows, music and photos to your television via iTunes.
Use as a standalone entertainment device with apps like Netflix, Hulu Plus and YouTube.

Logitech K760- $56.50
Connect to 3 bluetooth devices at the same time and change between them with just the press of a button.
Solar charging built in- no need to ever replace batteries.

Roku 2- $58
Stream audio/video content via apps like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Video, YouTube and Pandora.
Play games like Angry Birds with the included remote control.

Logitech Mini Boombox- $88.50
Powerful wireless sound streamed from any Bluetooth-enabled device.
Can be used as a Bluetooth speakerphone for hands-free conversations.

Mophie Juice Pack Air- $59.95
iPhone 4/4s case that has a 1500 mAh battery built into it, which almost doubles your talk/data usage.
Lightweight, small form-factor with a variety of colors.
LED battery status by pressing a button.

Michael Manna is the co-host of the T4 Show and is a reviewer and avid fan of all technology. He's recently been featured on Fox & Friends First on the Fox News Channel, on the First Business Network and is a regular contributor to a number of radio shows across the country.

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