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Device of the Year: iPad2
FPS – Modern Warefare 3
MMO – Knights of the Old Republic (PC Only)
RPG – Elder Scrolls Skyrim
Halo Combat Evolved (Anniversary Edition)
Game Device of the Year: iPod / iPad.
Game Accessories: Logitech G35 Headphones, G510 Keyboard, Razer: Naga Epic, Blackwidow Keyboard Line, Razor Megalodon Headset.
Xbox 360 Kinect
Radeon HD 6770 1GB for $110
Gefore GTX 560 Ti 1GB for $220
EVGA SuperClocked Gefore GTX 570 1280MB for $360
EVGA Geforce GTX 580 1.5GB SuperClocked Lifttime Warranty for $500.
Best of the Best
2 in SLI mode of the MSI Lightning Xterme Gefore GTX 580 3072MB for $1200.
Motorola Droid Razor
Samsung Galazy S
Camera: Cannon EOS 5D Mark II
Samsung PND7000 series
Logitech Wireless Boombox with Bluetooth
iPod Touch to steam music over the Bluetooth.
Nook Tablet and the Amazon Kindle Fire – http://bn.com / http://amazon.com
Gaming Computers: Voodoo, CyberPower PC, Falcon Northwest, Digital Storm.
Over 250 – Lytro Point and Shoot Camera – $399
Under 250 – Nest Thermostat ($249)
Under 250 – Beat by Dre Solo ($229)
Moshi Moshi Curve wireless iPhone handset and dock
Under 100 – Kindle Touch ($99)
Roku 2 XS ($98)
Jawbone Live UP Bracelet ($99)
Travel/Carry cases and accessories for phones or tablets
Under 50 – iTunes Gift Cards
National Geographic 6 DVD-ROM set
Tech ready gloves – operate your touch devices while wearing gloves
Under 25 – Isotoner Glove – $20
Kingston 16GB DataTraveler USB Flash Drive – OfficeMax – $50 on sale for $16 on Black Friday
Here are some links we compiled to help in choosing just the right gift for your geek:
Take the broadband test! Do it now and do it often… home, work, neighbors wi-fi, wherever…
We talked about the iMic, and really any USB sound device to replace faulty on-board sound sytems:
Some great information about using System Restore in Windows XP. This service comes turned on in 7, but XP users may want to enable it. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306084
Get those updates and back-ups done today and enjoy the weekend!
If you really thought we were going to dispense ideas on where to get $29 iPads… check your calendar…
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It’s the Forbes Magazine caption contest…
Great show today! Lot’s of links… here we go:
A good thread about AJ’s iMovie HD “Ken Burns Effect” question
A discussion on Steve’s leave.
A link to an article on a “trade up” deal offered to current Verizon customers who bought other smart phones recently
About the new tethering on the iPhone with verizon (no simultaneous data and voice)