1. Pogo Plug $129
For those who travel a lot and keep a lot of important information on an external hard drive, you don’t want to have to fly around the world with a huge terrabyte hard drive. With Pogo Plug, you can access the information on you external hard drive anywhere over the internet making your hard drive into a server you can access anywhere.
2. Garmin Nuvi GPS 855 $218
Another great gift for the traveler, especially for those who don’t have a great sense of direction. Why waste time, getting lost when you can just buy a GPS and save both time and money.
3. Canon Vixia HF 200 $550
I love my Canon Vixia HF 100 and now, the HF200 out performs the Hf100 and is great for home movies and for amateur videographers.
4. Wacom Bamboo Tablet $70
For digital artists, Wacom tablets let you input data in your computer with a pen-like device and get the artistic feel when working with Photoshop or other graphic projects.
5. Kingston 32 GB SD Card $82
Serious Photographers and videographers will love this to record or take pictures formuch longer without having to run out of space which will be great.
6. Snow Leopard $30
The latest and greatest version of the Mac operating system is called Snow Leopard and not only does it free up a lot of hard drive space, but it causes your computer to run much faster. It also adds many additional functions and is well worth the $30 for all Mac users.