2012 Holiday Tech Buys

by | Dec 6, 2012 | jahlberg


  • Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (click here) – If you want a blazing fast smartphone with a huge screen and amazing battery life, then this is the one to get.
  • Gelaskins (click here) – Really cool protective gel skins for your smartphone and iPad. The best part is that many have matching backgrounds for a seamless look. You can even send them your own picture or artwork and have a custom gel skin made!
  • SoundJaw (click here) – Elegant svelte sound enhancer and booster for your iPad.
  • Sharp 90″ LCD HDTV (click here) – Yikes. Too bad my wife won’t let me get one – not that I have an entire wall to dedicate for this…
  • Vent Miser (click here) – A programmable AC/Heat vent for your home.
  • Bheestie Bag (click here) – Drop your smartphone, camera or other digital device in the lake on vacation? Drop it in a Bheestie bag and chances are it will be fine.
  • Lil’ Piggy Power Bank (click here) – Very small key chain size battery backup for your smartphone. Recharges via solar power or usb.
  • LG HBS-730 Bluetooth Headset (click here) – Great headset that works with multiple devices – smartphones, PC’s, anything bluetooth.
  • Kindle Paperwhite E-Book Reader (click here) – The latest and greatest e-book reader.
  • Google Nexus Tablets (click here) – Great Android tablets!
Here are some additional sites with tech gift ideas.





John Ahlberg
CEO, Waident

CIO in the corporate world and now for Waident clients. John injects order and technology into business process to keep employees productive, enterprises running, and data safe.


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