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Top 10 Gadgets For Christmas 2012

This Christmas there is simply a whole spectrum of electronic gadgets, toys and things with flashing lights that every man, woman and child want; the trouble is of course, choosing the right one.

Big or small, here are some of the top ten gadgets released in 2012 that would make the perfect Christmas presents:

10# USB Bottle Opener

A great stocking filler for the techno-man in your life, or even as a giveaway at the Christmas party; the USB bottle opener destroys the average USB pen with its suave bottle opening abilities. Who ever said geeks didn’t know how to have fun?
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9# Sony Playstation Vita

Released as a follow up to the PSP, the Playstation Vita wowed Sony fans earlier this year as it succeeded to blow away its predecessor with a five-inch OLED touch screen and Quadcore processor. With 25 games in stock upon release date, the Vita is set to become a must have gaming gadget for years to come.

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8# Raspberry Pi

One of the hottest computers to come out of the British market this year, for the simple price of £22, it yields a HD output, USB port and runs Ethernet and Linux. Designed for the purposes of education, this is a truly brilliant gift for anyone looking to start learning about how computers work; whatever their age may be.

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7# Nintendo Wii U

Like Playstation, Nintendo is looking into following up an already successful console with an even greater machine. With a brilliant concept in tow, motion control and vastly improved graphics, there is looking to be more than just a few U’s under the living room trees of Britain this Christmas.


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6# Amazon Kindle Fire HD

By far one of the greatest educational gadgets to come out of 2012, the Kindle Fire has already enjoyed six million sales in the first three months of release. Available for as little as £159, there’s little wonder why as Amazon endeavours to educate the world with this fabulous electronic reading device.

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 5# DeWitt Twenty-8-Eight Tourbillion

On the face of things, this watch has 185 spectacularly shiny components pushing their way along the arrow of time. Described by some as poetry in motion with 45-baguette-cut diamonds, you’ll guarantee that this timepiece shall put a smile on anyone’s face.

DeWitt Twenty-8-Eight Tourbillion

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4# Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

A product that is ready to take on the world, and most notably Apple, Samsung have delivered considerable technology on their second tab; hosting Andriod 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 1GHz dualcore processor and a 1024×600 touchscreen, there’s very little that this product cannot do.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

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3# HTC One X

One of the latest and flashiest phones to be brought into the mobile fray, the One X is the most powerful Android Mobile phone currently on the market with its 1.5GHz processor and 8 megapixel camera; forgetting not its 4.7-inch, 720p screen, this is the hottest phone to have this winter.


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2# HP Envy 14 Spectre

Known as the ‘ultrabook’ for good reason, the HP Spectre is by far the most unique gadgets of 2012. Weighing in at a mere 1.8 kilograms it is a considerable thought to realise just how much technology is packed into one of the greatest pieces of technology to come out of 2012.

HP Envy 14 Spectre

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 1# Apple iPad 3

Quite possibly the most popular product in the world at this moment, even more so than the iPhone 5, Apple’s third generation tablet has left nothing to be desired.

Whilst swashbuckling with Galaxy amongst other brand names, the iPad 3 still finds time to outclass, outrun and outsell with its 9.7-inch display, 4G capability, 1080p HD video recording, 5MP photos and a whole host of other treats.

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Author Bio:- USB Trader is a UK company that specialises in promotional USB drives.

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