Top Five Holiday Gifts 2005

Not sure what to put on your holiday wish-list? With hundreds of great products around, you really need to narrow your list. How about to five? Try our top five holiday tech-related gifts:

1. Apple iMac G5

The new iMac G5 (external link) boasts a built in iSight camera, Front Row, and a cheaper price. It turns your computer into a complete media center, with a small remote control and Front Row; allowing you to access your music, videos, photos, and DVDs from across the room.

2. Tiger Telematics Gizmondo

The Gizmondo (external link) is an all-in-one gaming device, with tons of features from built in GPS functionality to complete multimedia capabilities. It is the most feature packed hand-held gaming device, and has a number of interesting game titles.

3. Apple iPod (video)

The new iPod (external link) features an even thinner design and video playing capabilities. Like the previous iPod, it offers seamless integration with iTunes. It features a beautifully lit LCD screen for playing videos and viewing photos. It also offers a variety of other features, such as a world clock, a stopwatch, and screen lock. There are also tons of accessories for the popular iPod.

4. Sling Media Slingbox

If you have the ultimate home theater setup you are missing one thing - the Slingbox (external link). This great little device allows you to stream your television's output over the Internet to any computer. To watch your own TV somewhere else, such as a hotel, you simply use the small program provided.

5. Microsoft Xbox 360

The newest gaming console has hit the store shelves. Despite the possible shortage and rumored overheating issues, the Xbox 360 (external link) boast an incredible set of new features - a massive amount of processing and graphics power and HD output, for example. There are not any major titles for the Xbox 360 yet, but it is only inevitable that this system will eventually creep its way into your living room.


  • Do you think my mom/dad are mad of money? smile

    Posted by Karl-Sebastian on Mon 5 Dec 2005 at 8:16

  • Not exactly, and the best tech-gifts are never cheap. smile

    Posted by Ethan Poole (external link) on Mon 5 Dec 2005 at 14:02

  • Yes, but who's this list supposed to be for? I dont think that many of your visitors has the money to buy these things or have rich enough parents to buy it for them...

    Posted by Karl-Sebastian on Fri 9 Dec 2005 at 7:27

  • That would be a factor if we were trying to sell them. We can point out the cool gadgets without taking price consideration as we have no affiliation with them.

    Plus there is nothing wrong with wanting and not getting.

    Posted by Ethan Poole (external link) on Fri 9 Dec 2005 at 13:36