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Top 10 Technology Christmas Gifts

Top 10 Technology Gifts For Christmas

Hello my name is Perry Edmondson-Clark and I'm your local nerd. Today we are going to be talking about Christmas as it is only just over a week away.
I am going to be telling you my top 10 technology related christmas gifts.

1. iPad Mini: This is a great 7.9" tablet retailing for a amazing price of $369 this should be on everyones christmas list.

2. Nexus 7: The Nexus 7 is a great 7" tablet and a slightly lower price point than the iPad Mini it retails for just $267 and fits in one hand perfectly great for someone always on the move.

3. Wii U: This is Nintendo's brand new console at the amazing price of $399 this is a great entertainer for younger children it even entertains me and I'm 13.

4.OLYMPUS VG-160 14MP DIGITAL STILL CAMERA: These are a great camera for the young photographers starting at only $84 and they also come in a variety of colours.

5. The iPad With Retina Display: This is apple's latest full size iPad it has a stunning retina display and contains a 5mp iSight Camera and a fantastic 9.7" display with over 3.1 MILLION pixels. Starting out at the AMAZING price of $539

6. Microsoft Surface: This is Microsofts greatest invention ever this has a fabulous operating system Windows 8 starting at the low $559

7. iPod Touch 5th Generation: Apple's latest iPod with a stunning 4" display with the same pixels as the iPhone 5 the iPod touch is available in black, silver, pink, yellow, blue and also the Product Red that some of the funds go to aids in Africa.

8. iPod Nano: The iPod Nano's are a great present for the gym junkies as they are small compact and are only $169 and are available in the same colours as the iPod Touch and have a fabulous 2.5" multi touch display.

9. iPod Shuffle: The iPod Shuffle is a great gift for young children who just want to listen to music starting at just $55 and available in a HUGE range of colours it is a great gift.

10. Jawbone By Jambox: This is a great compact speaker and available in a wide range of colours and 2 different sizes the prices for this products is $299 for Large Jambox and $199 for the small Jambox both produce great sound and are great gifts.




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