Valentine's Day Gift Guide 2013

Flowers and cuddling make great Valentine's Day gifts, but sometimes it takes a gadget to get Cupid's arrow flying.

The Gift Guide

Flowers and cuddling make great Valentine’s Day gifts, but sometimes it takes a gadget to get Cupid to draw back his bow. Here’s some inspiration.

If cameras get your special somebody’s heart fluttering, the Canon ELPH 110 HS (MSRP $229.99) is better than a dozen roses and a dinner date. It snaps clearer photos than just about any budget digicam out there, and with its replacement coming next month, it’s priced to move. The Sony NEX-F3 (MSRP $599.99) is even more romantic, with beautiful image quality and interchangeable lenses—and yes, it comes in pink.

The Canon ELPH 110 HS comes in white, pink, and red, among other colors.

Try not to get jealous, but a tablet will make your sweetheart fall in love at first swipe. The Apple iPad mini (MSRP $329) has the looks, but the Google Nexus 7 (MSRP $199.99) has the personality—it’s the best 7-inch tablet out there, and one of the cheapest too. You could also snuggle up next to a Kindle Fire (MSRP $199.99).

These Quincy Jones-endorsed headphones are among the best we’ve tested.

With fantastic sound and sharp looks, the Quincy Jones-endorsed AKG Q701 (MSRP $479.99) headphones will put a move on your Valentine’s heart. The V-Moda Crossfade M-100 (MSRP $299.99) allow a personal touch—ear-shield kits are available in several colors, and they can be custom laser-engraved with an image of your choice. If your money can’t buy that kind of love, the MEElectronics M6 headphones will whisper in his or her ear at a more reasonable price (MSRP $49.99).

Don’t forget the chocolates.

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