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10 Super Cool Family Tech Finds of 2010


  • Cozi Family Calendar for iOS and Android 1 of 10
    Cozi Family Calendar for iOS and Android
    Whether you're updating the weekly schedule, assigning the kids a to-do or adding items to your grocery list, Cozi lets you do it all from the convenience of your smartphone. Have time left over to collect your thoughts? With Cozi's journaling and photo tools, you can do that, too.
    Get it from Cozi
  • LadiesLoop.com Classifieds 2 of 10
    LadiesLoop.com Classifieds
    Moms can feel safe exchanging goods and services through this Craigslist alternative, where "adult" means "responsible grown-up" and a reputation-based rating system helps to keep everyone honest. Membership is free, but the site accepts donations in its name to Circle of Helping Hands.
    Get it from LadiesLoop
  • Kidz Gear Wired Headphones 3 of 10
    Kidz Gear Wired Headphones
    Soft, sturdy and sized for small noggins, Kidz Gear headphones deliver some of the best sound we've heard in their price range, as well as a volume control that helps you keep the decibels in check. They’re also available in wireless, which makes them great for DVD players on the plane.
    Get it from Amazon
  • Strollometer 4 of 10
    Strollometer
    Too busy to exercise? You may be surprised at how much you’re already getting. With the wireless Strollometer attached to your BOB, you can track time, speed, distance and other stats to help turn everyday baby strolls into motivational workouts.
    Get it from Baby Earth
  • Hamilton Beach Dual Wave (52147H) Versatile Blender 5 of 10
    Hamilton Beach Dual Wave (52147H) Versatile Blender
    A dairy-free smoothie for you; a chocolate milkshake for the kids &mdash with this double-duty blender, you can whip up two separate 16-ounce drinks at once, or prepare one 80-ounce batch of the whole family's favorite frozen concoction.
    Get it from Amazon
  • Gyrowheel Gyroscopic Training Wheel 6 of 10
    Gyrowheel Gyroscopic Training Wheel
    Don't subject the kids to the same clunky, off-balance training wheels you rode &mdash instead, give them the feel of a real two-wheeler with this gyroscopic front-wheel wonder, which senses when things get wobbly and helps to correct your balance fast.
    Get it from ThinkGeek
  • Philips Avent DECT (SCD525) Baby Monitor 7 of 10
    Philips Avent DECT (SCD525) Baby Monitor
    With the DECT’s interference-free signal keeping you securely connected to your nursery, you can forget about accidentally tuning into the neighbor’s kid anymore. It also sings baby to sleep (in lullaby mode) and monitors room temperature for extra peace of mind.
    Get it from Amazon
  • Microsoft Kinect Sensor 8 of 10
    Microsoft Kinect Sensor
    Go on with your bad self: With Microsoft’s literally game-changing new gizmo in the living room, your whole body becomes an Xbox 360 controller. Get it with a new Xbox 360 bundle, or grab the stand-alone sensor (pictured), which includes the super fun game Kinect Adventures!
    Get it from Amazon
  • Kodak PlayTouch Video Camera 9 of 10
    Kodak PlayTouch Video Camera
    Never miss another milestone with this pocked-sized, simple-to-use HD camcorder, which also snaps high-quality digital photos. If you're the sharing type, it also lets you blast memories in real time to Facebook, Flickr, YouTube and more.
    Get it from Kodak PlayTouch Video Camera
  • Drobo FS GbE Storage Array 10 of 10
    Drobo FS GbE Storage Array
    Networked storage at home &mdash sounds exciting, huh? Well, for multi-computer families, this clever little box really is something to geek out about: a novice-friendly data locker that lets you share everything from homework files to iTunes libraries.
    Get it from Amazon

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