Top Holiday Gifts: Cool Christmas Gadgets

With just over 29 days to go until Christmas, this is the weekend that we start the holiday shopping season. Knowing what present to buy seems to get harder each year, so we thought we would offer what we think are the top holiday gifts for 2010, and all of them are gadgets.

The first gift on the list is the PSP Go from Sony. This gadget is ideal for boys girls, men and women, so is a great all round gift. This might not be one of the biggest gadgets that you can get over the holiday season, but it is one that will put a smile on the person’s face who you have bought it for. Prices vary for the PSP Go, but you will be pleased to know that there is a bundle offer running at the moment that is not to be missed.

Next up we have the Disney Netpal by ASUS, which comes in two designs, Disney Princess Pink or Disney Magic Blue — so ideal for either a boy or girl. You then get a choice of different themes, such as Toy Story, WALL-E, Disney Princesses and many more. For more details visit Amazon.

The Amazon Kindle is a yet another great gift idea, and you could also fill it with eBooks to make the gift more complete. When it comes to eReaders the Kindle is at the top of the market, but there are other choices, such as the new Barnes & Noble Nook Color. More details on this device here.

Finally one of the best devices to purchase this holiday season has to be the new Apple iPod Touch fourth-generation. There are three choices to make here, 8GB, 32GB and 64GB. These are not the cheapest portable media players on the market, but you cannot help but think that they are the best. More details from Apple.

These are just a few ideas; do you have any more to add?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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