With the Sony Vaio 10-inch Netbook in pink (prices vary at Amazon.com), you don't have to outfit your computer with one of those laptop skins.
ZOMM wireless leash in pink
Ever heard of a wireless leash for your cell phone? This ZOMM Pink device, which is as small as a keychain, simply alarms - it can flash, vibrate or sound an alarm - if you start to walk away in from your necessity. Never leave home without your necessity.
The cutest pink flash drive
Pink gadgets don't get cuter than this Sabochan by Tokidoki MIMOBOT USB flash drive from Mimoco ($19.95 to $49.95). Get it in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB or 16GB.
Pink guitars from Daisy Rock
A pink guitar is hard to miss on stage, so why not go rock-girly. From left: Pixie Acoustic-Electric ($269.99), Wildwood Artist Acoustic-Electric ($349.99) and Rock Candy Standard ($199.95) - all from Daisy Rock.
A pink strap for your Nano
Girly meets nerdy with this iWatchz Q Collection silicone band in pink ($24.95). The lightweight and secure accessory will house your iPod Nano so you can use it as a watch.
Headphones for pretty tunes
Doll, listen to tunes on-the-go using these CS40s Headphones ($39.99). You'll really feel the bass and smooth undertones with their dynamic 40 mm driver and AeroFoam ear cushions. Plus, they're pretty.
A mauve mouse from Microsoft
Point and click with the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000 in pink ($21.93). It'll be all yours because odds are, your guy won't want to use it.
Chill Pill portable speakers in pink
Not only are these Chill Pill Mobile Speakers ($39.99) pretty in pink, $1 from every purchase is donated to help Breast Cancer research.
The haute IDAPT i4 charging station
The rest of your gadgets will likely mismatch with the IDAPT i4 charging station ($59.99), but we guess bold pink is more lively than the other color choices out there. Use its three charging ports and additional USB port to give your devices juice.
Pink, slim and holds your data
We love the high-performance Victorinox Slim 8GB portable data storage device ($57.99). Save files, images and presentations in style.
The cutest Bluetooth carkit from Speaky
Believe it or not, this cute creature is a Bluetooth carkit Speaky ($69.99). Press her large belly button to receive or reject the call, press her arm for volume control.
Bold and beautiful handheld
Being bold is not an issue with the Nokia N8 ($364 to $379 at retailers nationwide). Originally released for New York Fashion Week, the dependable smartphone is also jam-packed Nokia widgets, free apps downloaded from Nokia Ovi store, Nokia maps, and an HD camera and video editing.
Graphing calculator in pink
Make math a little more fun and girly with the Texas Instruments TI-84 Silver Edition Graphing Calculator in Pink ($119 at Office Max). Maybe then, you'll actually want to learn about calculus.
A headset for your iPhone
No, you won't look silly with this POP Phone from Native Union ($29.90). Okay, so we're lying, but it sure is fun to use!