Kinect. Microsoft Kinect fro xBox 360 is definitely a crowd-pleaser. Whether you want to use your xBox console to play games or to workout, Kinect gives you the whole new way to enjoy gaming. It has a sensor that tracks your movements, thus eliminating the need for you to use any sort of controller or remote. You will have to buy the new Kinect-enabled games, but the consensus is that both the 150 dollar device and the games are worth the price.
With the recent notion of 4G internet, taking smart phones by storm, the only thing keeping consumers from trading in their outdated phones, is the iPad. The iPad. The latest gadget from the Apple Corporation, this multifunctional device allows you to browse internet, read e-mail, look at pictures and watch videos. What’s more, it offers a whole new book reading experience. It’s larger than the average e-book reader, but is only 0.5 inches thick and weighs 1.5 pounds. The $400 iPad device offers a precise touch screen and can run almost all of the 300,000 applications that were created for iPod. What’s not to love about that?
G5wP waterproof camera. This handy waterproof camera from GE has mostly average features: 12.2 megapixel lens and 4x zoom, but one feature stand out: it works just fine up to five meters underwater. It has metal construction and sporty design. The G5wP makes a great gift for extreme sports lovers or for families with younger kids. You can own one for about $160.
Narae Inter USB pen. If Blackberry is the Smartphone, this pen is the Smartpen. It is an actual ballpoint pen that you can write with, but it comes apart to reveal a 4 gigabyte USB drive that you can use to store various files and a laser pointer that you can use for presentations. If you leave on a business trip and forget everything but this pen â€“ you are in good shape. Store your files on the USB drive, conduct the presentation and sign the deal with this new generation pen ($100).