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Happy Holidays From ZazenLife!
Happy Holidays Everyone!
It’s that time of the year again, and I know most of you are still wondering what the hell to buy people.
If you’re looking to spend some money or if you’re just trying to find a quick easy gift, we will cover it in this post.
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Here are some really cool electronic gift ideas you might want to consider when you’re out last minute holiday shopping:
$499. The iPad 2 is basically the new and improved original iPad. It has two cameras for FaceTime and HD video recording. The dual-core A5 chip. 10-hour battery life. Over 200 new software features in iOS 5. And iCloud. All in a remarkably thin, light design. There’s so much to iPad, it’s amazing there’s so little of it. It’s just 0.34 inch thin and weighs as little as 1.33 pounds, so it feels completely comfortable in your hands. You can access the internet and play games.
2. iPod touch 32 GB:
$264.99 The iPod touch takes fun to the next level. It now comes in two colors: black and white. It includes iOS 5, which gives you over 200 exciting new features. And with iCloud, whatever’s on your iPod touch is automatically on your other devices, too.
3. Kinect For Xbox 360:
$114. Kinect for Xbox 360 is changing the game. Well, it’s changing how you play games. And how you watch TV. And movies. And listen to music. Because with Kinect, there are no controllers. Or remotes. There’s just you. And if you ask us, that’s all you need. Controller-free gaming means full body play. Kinect responds to how you move. So if you have to kick, then kick. If you have to jump, then jump. You already know how to play. All you have to do now is to get off the couch.
4. Amazon Kindle:
$79.00. The Amazon Kindle is an e-book reader developed by Amazon.com which enables users to shop for, download, browse, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other digital media via wireless connectivity.The hardware devices, now in their fourth generation, began as a single device and now comprise a range of devices: most using an E Ink electronic paper display capable of rendering 16 shades of gray to simulate reading on paper while minimizing power consumption. A single charge lasts up to one month with wireless off based upon a half-hour of daily reading time. Keep wireless always on and it lasts for up to 3 weeks. Battery life will vary based on wireless usage, such as shopping the Kindle Store, web browsing, and downloading content.
5. Canon PowerShot S95:
$334.95. Though we’d like it to perform better, dSLR shooters looking for a sidekick camera will find the Canon PowerShot S95′s top-flight photos and a full manual feature set worth the tradeoff of its compact size.
Happy Holidays From The Zazenlife Team!