Gadgets and other techie goodies make great gifts for your Valentine. Geek chic twists on jewelry, candy and the \n\nold mixed tape fallback are fun alternatives to traditional Valentine's Day gifts.For a Valentine who appreciates jewelry, and likes unique items, consider giving a piece that lights up with the help of \n\nLEDs. While wearable technology can sometimes be a \n\npretty pricey investment, accessories like necklaces or watches can run between $20 and $200. Necklaces from Firejewel, a \n\ncompany that creates Swarovski crystal jewelry infused with LED technology, may be perfect for your Valentine if she likes to \n\nstand out.Tokyoflash FireThe Tokyoflash Fire isn't for the timid either, but is both male and female friendly. When the user clicks the \n\nwatch's side button for the time, the Fire's stainless steel watch face is lit up with colorful LEDs. The LEDs burst into an \n\nX formation and then "scatter" to display the time. The yellow LEDs represent hours, the red represent 10 minutes and single \n\nminutes are shown in green.If jewelry isn't quite right, chocolate can be a great option as well. However, Valentine's Day chocolates no longer need \n\nto just be heart shaped to share your sentiment with your special someone.Paul Pape Designs offers chocolates that are \n\nperfect for the person obsessed with their Nintendo Wii.ChocomiisSold in dar, milk or white chocolate, these little 4" tall treats are in the \n\nshapes of Nintendo Miis. The box's special message says "Wii belong together, you and Mii".Computergear.com has a special \n\nValentine's Day promotion on its chocolate bar \n\ncalculator if this option is more suitable, and you're a practical joker. Although, if your Valentine really does have a sweet tooth, this gift might \n\nnot go over so well, because while the calculator smells like chocolate, it's actually a working gadget\u2014and better left not \n\nnibbled. For the true chocoholic geek, getting your hands on a chocolate BlackBerry, Mp3 Player or computer mouse is \n\njust the thing.\nDue to iPods and Mp3 players, the days of the mixed tape's popularity have long gone, but the sentiment is no less cute. iTunes has a page dedicated to Valentine's Day on which users can select from collection of love songs, movies, television shows, audiobooks and applications. Located in iTune's music section under "more in music", the Valentine's Day page is at least a step up from the mixed tape \n\nbecause the entire iTunes \n\nlibrary is at your disposal.\nWhile jewelry, chocolate and the mixed tape are relied upon for Valentine's Day gift options, tech influenced options are \n\navailable to update these typical classics. And, if you're really gutsy, you could give a virtual gift or e-card, but if you \n\nchose this option, remember that your Valentine may not stick around to celebrate with you again next year.