Which gadget are you most likely to give for the holidays?

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It's getting really close to the holidays. Hopefully you've seen our gift guide and giveaway, and we'd love to know which gadgets you're most excited about.

So let us know which you think would make the best gift! Also, don't forget to register for our gift giveaway. The deadline to enter is December 11.

Casey is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She spends too much time perusing social media sites, and she's especially fascinated by open source startups. twitter: @caseybrown_

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cubieboard (http://cubieboard.org/)

I've already procured a Raspberry Pi AND a MaKey MaKey to give away.

...not to mention various other cool things like a bag of Polymorph. (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10950 or https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10951)

Huh. Looks like the NanoNote is popular in the poll. Still, if you can afford the much higher price, the OpenPandora is much more fun to have. (http://openpandora.org/)

I chose Raspberry PI but I really like that clock(Ice Tube) as well. :)

STM32F4 Discovery kit (http://www.st.com/internet/evalboard/product/252419.jsp) or Pandaboard (http://www.pandaboard.org/).

I think Beagle Bone, But I love the Makey makey and this can be given as well :)

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