Gifts for the discerning geek

Here are some choice geek devices that are sure to please people who love well-designed gadgets.

Denon AH-D5000 Headphones

If your favourite techie needs to tune out the clucking from adjacent boxes of the old cubicle farm, consider springing for a closed headphone such as the Denon AH-D5000. The mahogany-cupped AH-D5000 set ($700) delivers detailed audio that's in the league of world-class open-design cans like the AKG K701. At the same time the Denon headphones block modest levels of outside noise and prevent ported music from blasting people nearby.

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