Like many of you, I've already started my 2012 X-MAS shopping. This year I was delegated three people to shop for. My wife is shopping for everyone else, but I'm taking care of the kids. The two oldest were very easy to shop for thanks to Toys-R-Us' Video Game sale; buy one at full price and get the second one half off. I have to admit that I don't really like retail shopping and this year is no exception. After spending 45 minutes trying to get the 10 games I needed from behind glass, I had to wait another hour in line to pay for them. When I finally got there someone had stolen my Madden 2012!
Black Friday has come and gone, but there are several deals still available. In some categories it's possible to get an even better deal than what was offered by brick and mortar stores. Shopping online is nothing new and the tools for getting the best possible price make online shopping easier than ever.
Last year we told you about Google's shopping network that lets you search for the best prices in nearly every category. Pricewatch and TweakTown's Shopping network built in association with PriceGrabber are also very good places to locate and purchase X-MAS presents.
Vintage items are always a nice gift for those who are difficult to shop for. Who wouldn't want an authentic 1980's Transformer T-shirt or Star Wars poster from 1977? For these items EBay is your best bet. Just like the commercial says, Find it On EBay!
With the Internet you can find just about anything, but you still need to know what you are looking for. Today we're going to give you some really cool high tech items that any geek would love. These products have been selected by our uber geek staff who live, eat and breathe these products every day.
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