Fabulous Christmas gift ideas: Techie treats
Feast your eyes on part one of our ultimate Christmas gift guide: this week, terrific toys for boys and girls, foodie treats, addictive gadgets, literary treasures and much more…
Saturday 26 November 2011
1. Built neoprene sleeve for Kindle, £24.95, John Lewis
2. NAD C552 turntable, £285, John Lewis
3. Mini wooden apple speaker, £26, V&A Shop
4. Nintendo 3DS, £189.95, John Lewis
5. Freeloader solar charger, £39.99, Firebox
6. Dell laptop cover art, £39.95, Dell.co.uk
7. Samsung 3D rechargeable glasses, £79.99, Selfridges
8. Olympus E-P3 camera, £799, John Lewis
9. Swarovski crystallised ICE London phone, £500, Swarovski
10. 'Tweets and Status Updates: Lines For All Occasions', £8.95, Liberty
11. Panasonic 50-inch Neo plasma full HD television, £999, Selfridges
12. Cozy remote caddy, £12.50, Hidden Art
13. Spy camera, £79.99, Firebox
14. IVictrola Ipod speaker, £698, Anthropologie
15. Lomography coloursplash camera, £58, Selfridges
16. 'Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography', by Walter Isaacson, £12.44, Amazon
17. Speaker balloon by Yuento, £40, Design Museum shop
18. Vita radio, £179.99, Selfridges
Click the links below to view the gift guides
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