Gift ideas for the Excel user/computer geek in your life -- find the perfect present for your boss, or a departing co-worker, or someone special. Click on a picture to go to the web site for that item.
If you love numbers, this is the clock for you. And with the jumble of numbers in this geek gadget' face, you can pretend it's any time that you want!
The perfect Swiss Army tool for a computer user, has a 2 GB flash drive attachment, knife blade, nail file with screwdriver, scissors, key ring, LED mini-light, and retractable ballpoint pen. This geek gadget's not for your carry on bag when travelling though!
What could be a more perfect geek gadget for a programmer, than a programmable coffee maker?
Fun for your favourite mathematician.
It's never too early to learn about numbers, and prepare for an exciting life with spreadsheets. An arithmetic game for children 4 and up, or pirates.
This geek gadget's binary code shows what time it is. A great clock for a programmer.
FBI agents use mathematics to solve crimes.
It's not really a movie about Excel, the spreadsheet, but the series titles seem appropriate. For example:
Excel Saga - Doing Whatever It Takes
Excel Saga - Missions Improbable
Excel Saga - When Excels Strike (Out)
Matt Damon stars as Will Hunting, a closet math genius who works as a university janitor. He solves an impossible calculus problem scribbled on a hallway blackboard and reluctantly becomes the prodigy of an arrogant MIT professor.
Behind the pi symbol on this tie, pi is calculated to the fiftieth decimal point. Awesome!
These geek cufflinks might be useful if you have to calculate the tip at a fancy dinner.
What geek wouldn't be proud to wear this? There are only 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary and those who don't
Your Excel user could be the first one on the block to be able to program a hat. Who knew that hats could be geek gadgets?
This book will help scientists-in-the- making discover how our world works with creative project ideas, including how to:
by Scott Adams
Humour, or perhaps inspiration, for those who work in cubicles.
If you'd prefer a more serious gift, instead of a geek gadget, you can add an Excel book to someone's collection. There's a long list here: Excel Books
and a list of Excel and Office books that I use here: Excel Bookshelf
Here are a few more geeky gift ideas, from Amazon
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Last updated: December 20, 2015 2:29 PM