From the Wires
Last Minute Tech Gifts With Cat Schwartz
By: Marketwired .
Dec. 22, 2012 09:39 AM
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 12/22/12 -- Last-minute shopping for the holidays is tough, especially when gifting for a big family. Tech gifts are perfect because they're easy and on everyone's list!
If you want to give a gift that offers something for everyone, check out Xbox 360. Whether it's the latest blockbuster like "Halo 4," "Nike+Kinect Training" for athletes or "Dance Central 3," Xbox can bring the whole family together.
Besides gaming, you can even use Xbox 360 to watch Netflix. Netflix is the ultimate gift of entertainment and is available anytime, anywhere on over 800 different devices. It has a "Just for Kids" section with kid-friendly movies and TV shows with no commercials. Simply go to Netflix.com, buy a gift membership and just e-mail or print out this great stocking stuffer!
High on the tech list this year is the new NOOK HD and Nook HD+ from Barnes & Noble. NOOK HD is the lightest, highest resolution 7-inch tablet ever, so your entertainment is portable and comes alive with amazing clarity. Create multiple profiles and set parental controls so everyone in the family can customize NOOK with their own settings. It's ideal for families, with millions of books, magazines, movies, TV shows, apps and more available for all ages.
It's beyond frustrating how your cell phone battery always runs out when you need it the most. With the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, you can get more use out of your phone while recharging less. These processors are at the heart of the devices you love, like the LG Optimus G smartphone. Run the latest apps, play games and connect on the fastest 4G networks without a glitch.
Computers have made our lives much easier - except when they run slowly, crash or freeze. These issues could result from a lack of internal memory. Crucial.com offers free online tools like the System Scanner and Memory Advisor that tell you exactly which upgrade is right for you and how to install it. At an average cost of $50-80, a memory upgrade can get your computer back up to speed in time for the holidays.
This release is provided by YourUpdate.tv for whom Cat Schwartz is a spokesperson on behalf of the organizations referred.
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