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HP Slate 7
It may not be the prettiest of tablets, nor the most functional in terms of what it can do for business and enterprises, but it nonetheless still packs a great deal of features — particularly if you're into entertainment on the go. This Android-powered tablet lands with a 7-inch display — though, it's not as sharp or Retina-esque as other tablets — but has expandable storage, is easy to hold, and will last for hours through two or three movies or hours of music playback. While the Google Nexus 7 may be a far better tablet, it exceeds the $150 price-point we're looking for.
Lowest available price: $135.35
CNET Review: HP Slate 7
Keurig Vue V700
For the caffeine junkie in all of us, coffee is the one drug we can pretty much all agree on that's almost a necessity for waking up in the morning. One of Keurig's best coffee machines runs on brewing pods — replaceable and disposable packed coffee grounds — which produces smooth and tasty coffee in just a few moments. Though it takes up a great deal of kitchen counter space, it offers one of the best-valued coffee machines on the market. But be prepared to keep those brewing pods on the grocery list as you'll run out quickly.
Lowest available price: $59.77
CNET Review: Keurig Vue V700
For any seasoned fitness freak, wearable tech is becoming all the rage. Forget anything else: one of the highest-rank CNET reviews puts the fitness and health tracker Fitbit Force at the very top of the list of must-have accessories. Though its discrete display is enough to show the time or your current calorie count, it goes way beyond fitness tracking — it also monitors sleep patterns. And for those who want to micromanage their daytime and dreaming activities, it syncs with devices over Bluetooth for desktop data perusal.
Lowest available price: $129.99
CNET Review: Fitbit Force