- The Under $100 Christmas Gift Guide For Techies
With christmas closing in fast once again, the guys from TechZone have kindly put together a gift-guide aimed towards all of us techies. They go briefly over a whole bunch of great value products that can each be had for under $100. Might very well give you several ideas on what to buy for some of your buddies and/or family members.
While the ultimate techie gift guide is great for the super rich, most of us can't really afford $40,000 plasma screens or $8,000 internet refrigerators. For the more price dependant gift givers who's on a budget, this under $100 techie gift guide is for you. Every gifts listed here can be purchased for less 100 smackers. While the price maybe the low, the gifts will be cherished very highly by the techie receiving it. Some of these gifts are so great you won't believe they can be had for less than $100.
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- Thermaltake Silent 775 Intel Pentium 4 LGA775 heatsink @ A1-Electronics
- Crucial Ballistix Gaming Memory GIVEAWAY @ TwistedMods
- Samsung SGH-E800C mobile phone @ Hardware Zoom
- Corsair TWINX1024-4400C25PT XMS Series @ Hardware12v (Translated)
- Sony VAIO VGN-U70P Handheld PC @ Trusted Reviews
- 7 Way 19" LCD Monitor Guide @ Anandtech
- Watercooling your 6800GT @ ModdersHQ
- Creative Labs Audigy 2 NX External Sound Card @ OC Prices
- Xraypad Aqua3 & Thunder8 Pads @ RBMods
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