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#08 : Nano, Nano, I Want My 8GB iPod Nano

It's an iPod Nano. Need I say more?

No, I don't want an MP3 player. I want the iPod.

No, it's not about the music. It's about looking cool.

And no, 4GB just ain't enough.

So, isn't it great that Apple finally understood that and released the 8GB version of their ever popular iPod Nano. Ah... The perfect gift for a geek (ME!), eh?

Click here to compare the prices of the 8GB iPod Nano. Price starts from just US$237.49.


#07: Point, Click, Present, Control And Impress!

Let me introduce you to the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presentater Mouse 8000. My, my what a long name it has.

The name pretty much tells you what it does. It is, first and foremost, a notebook mouse, of course.

I don't know about you, but I would definitely not use this mouse if it cannot move the cursor. Not even if you tell me that this mouse can control the trajectory of an incoming missile warhead (like the gift #10).

A mouse has to be a mouse first, before it tries to be anything else!

This particular long-named mouse uses the latest and greatest tracking technology available to all mice. Yup, it's laser-powered. But no, it doesn't double as a high-powered green laser pointer.

Apart from being just a regular mouse, it does quite a fair bit more than that. It comes equipped with a laser pointer that all presenters just have to have. Otherwise, they will just feel naked.

What's even more impressive with this mouse is that it also comes with buttons that allows you to manipulate PowerPoint slide shows and media players!

Now, isn't that cool or what?! I personally think it's almost as cool as using the Sony Ericsson mobile phones to control PowerPoint slide shows.

However, this mouse should be far more reliable than utilizing the phone. From my experience, the Bluetooth implementation on mobile phones suck and it's quite unstable, especially if the phone decides to go into standby mode.

Prices for this mouse range from US$79.14 to US$108.99.


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