One thing the slow economy hasn’t touched is our inherent need for cool tech gadgets. In fact, the Consumer Electronics Association, via USA Today’s article Top tech gifts for 2010, projects that most of us will spend about $232 or more on electronics for the holidays this year. That’s 5% more than Christmas 2009… and that’s just an estimate. With all these new gadgets out there (ahem… iPad), I’ll best almost everyone has at least one new tech toy on their wish list this season.
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The netbook promises to be a great, happy medium to having a cheap computing device and one’s that’s very portable. At its concept, the netbook is a small version of a regular notebook. It’s smaller and weighs significantly less, often under three pounds. Although it has limited storage space (most netbooks aren’t fit for an iTunes library), it does regular computing functions well. It’s a great tool for searching the web or bringing along to write in public places. Most simply put, it’s a mini laptop, from the screen to the smaller keyboard to the body.
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