Tech Thinks Pink: Colorful Gadget Sales Support Breast Cancer Research

Tuck some gear away now for the holidays for the pastel lover in your life and contribute to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure at the same time.

Stylish Pink Laptops, Hard Drives, and More

Throughout October, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation teams up with many of your favorite tech companies to "think pink" and support breast cancer research and awareness. Some proceeds from the sale of many of the items shown here are donated to the charity.

The Rose Sony Reader Pocket Edition

Read your e-books and read for the cure with this rose version of the Sony Reader Pocket Edition (More Info | $129).

Promise Pink Dell Laptops and Accessories

Dell offers a special "promise pink" color scheme of several of its laptops and accessories, including this Inspiron Mini 10. (More Info)

Verbatim Optical Travel Mouse Mini

If you need a mouse while on the go, consider Verbatim's Optical Travel Mouse Mini (More Info | $15), one of several products the company offers in its Pink Matters program.

PNY USB Flash Drives

Store your data using PNY's special pink Attache USB flash drives. (More Info | 4GB, $10)

Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse

Microsoft's stylish pink Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 (More Info | $35) may make a pastel lover happy.

Verbatim Acclaim 500 GB USB 2.0 Hard Drive

For all your data storage needs, Verbatim offers a special edition, in pink, of their Acclaim series of USB 2.0 external hard drives (More Info | $83).

Kroo Leather iPad Case

Show that you think pink and keep your iPad shiny and new with this special-edition leather iPad case from Kroo (More Info | $40).

Belkin Grip iPod Case

Belkin's special "Grip for the Cure" edition iPod case (More Info | $30) helps you get a grip on your music.

MobileEdge Caring Case Collection

MobileEdge's "caring cases" line of laptop cases--including this Komen Paris Laptop Backpack (More Info | $130)--is a great way to carry your laptop and support a good cause at the same time.

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