The Most Ridiculous Girl Gadgets Women now account for 45 percent of all consumer electronic purchases in the U.S. It's little surprise then that tech companies are gearing more of their gadgets towards gals. Molly Wood, host of the CNET.com podcast "The Gadgettes" discusses trends in gadgets aimed at women.
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The Most Ridiculous Girl Gadgets

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The Most Ridiculous Girl Gadgets

The Most Ridiculous Girl Gadgets

The Most Ridiculous Girl Gadgets

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Women now account for 45 percent of all consumer electronic purchases in the U.S. It's little surprise then that tech companies are gearing more of their gadgets towards gals. Molly Wood, host of the Cnet.com podcast "The Gadgettes" discusses the most ridiculous gadgets aimed at women.