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Holiday Gift Guide

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Holiday gifting buying can either be a really fun experience or one of the most difficult tasks to complete while keeping your sanity. It is even more difficult when you have a hard-to-buy for person on your gift list. To help you along in your gift giving I have compiled a short list useful technology gifts that are sure to bring joy to even the most hard to please people on your holiday list. Enjoy!

The Password Forgetter

If you have someone on your gift list who is always forgetting their passwords or scribble them down on little scraps of paper that eventually get lost then RoboForm is the perfect stocking stuffer!

RoboForm can help even the most disorganized forgetful person keep track of all their usernames and passwords.  Get additional information about RoboForm here – RoboForm Introduction.

The Paper Keeper

Help the paper collector in the family tame the paper beast and get organized with Neat Scanner. This little scanner does a great job of scanning but the real powerhouse is the software that comes with the scanner. You can scan documents and receipts which then can be sorted, organized or exported to other programs.

Additional information about the Neat Scanner can be found here – Neat Scanner Review.

The Traveler

Lugging a laptop around while travelling, or even for a day of meetings, can be a real drag – pun intended.  Help your frequent traveler lighten their load with a newer, thinner and lighter laptop to use while travelling.

The Acer Aspire TimelineU series of laptops is an affordable line of light and powerful laptops that make a perfect holiday gift. Read more about the Acer Aspire here – Acer Aspire Review.

The Gadget Geek

If the gadget geek on your holiday shopping list has not yet invested in a tablet computer then this could be the season for an upgrade. There is a large selection of tablet on the market including the iPad from Apple, Surface from Microsoft, the Kindle from Amazon, the Nook from Barnes and Noble and the Nexus from Google.

Selecting the tablet can a technical and personal choice so I highly recommend reading reviews and if possible getting information from the recipient (if they haven’t dropped any hints) about which make and model they would prefer. If still confused after performing the research then a gift card to electronics store so they can purchase their own is also a good way to go!

To learn more about the iPad – iPad Review.

Happy Holidays!

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