Top Tech Gifts: Holidays 2010 – A Guide

With just 16 days left until Christmas, if you have not got all your gifts yet — then you had better get a hurry on. Knowing what to buy someone gets tougher each year, but not if they are into their gadgets. What is needed here is a guide for top tech gifts for the 2010 holidays.

If you know that the person you are buying for loves gadgets, then this makes it much easier, as there has been a host of new technology launched this year. It’s so easy to go for the most obvious, but that could be a mistake because they may already have it.

Looking around there are a number of websites that offer you some gift ideas, we already gave you a few ideas a couple of week ago. However, the likes of PC World offers a more extensive guide, which they are calling “Cool Yule Tools.”

Some of the gadgets are obvious choices, but there are some that would never have thought of, such as a 3M Mpro 120 Pocket Projector. However, if you want something a bit more updated, then you should read our hands-on review of the 150 model.

Another great idea is a Powermat Wireless Charging Portable Mat, which uses induction technology. Visit PC Word now for their full list of 25 gadget ideas of this holiday.

However, it is CNET Reviews who has the most extensive holiday gift guide for 2010. They have broken this down into different categories, which does make it easier if you kind of know that gadget you are looking for. There is even a video that will help you with choosing that perfect gift.

What do you hope to get this year?

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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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