In Pictures: 11 holiday gift ideas for IT executives

The holidays are here and if you are still shopping for gifts for the tech pro in your life (or maybe you're making your own Christmas wish list), these products are as practical are they are cool.

BoxWave Bluetooth Keyboard Case for the iPhone This is a great gift for IT pros who love their iPhone, but miss the physical smartphone keyboards that Blackberry made famous. One of the costlier Bluetooth keyboard cases, the Boxwave could be the thinnest that is made for the iPhone. It comes with backlit keys and an internal battery that, according to the manufacturer, will last for up to two weeks. Charging is done through a standard micro-USB cable.

While the price isn't cheap, normally 99.95, it does go on sale from time to time. At the time of this article they are offering a web only special for $71.95. They also offer keyboard cases that will work with your iPhone 4S, Galaxy S3 and a few other...

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