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Submitted by mpctips 860d ago | article

Geek Holiday Gift Guide 2012

Maximum PC: It's cold outside, your local grocery store is stocked with eggnog, and the mall is a madhouse. It can mean only one thing -- the holidays are coming! That also means you're running out time to finish buying gifts for family and friends, but what do you do if you're stuck on what to get that special geek in your life? What if you ARE that special geek? Don't sweat it, whether you're looking for gnarly gift ideas for someone else or want to treat yourself to something nice before embarking on a new year, we have you covered with a robust selection of gadgets, games, and toys guaranteed to delight whoever receives them in our Geek's Holiday Gift Guide 2012. From Google Play gift cards to a severed Wampa arm fashioned into an ice scraper mitt, we have suggestions for all levels of geek! (Gadgets, Gaming, PC, PC hardware, Toys)

justinbkerr  +   860d ago
Handy.
newsguy  +   860d ago
Some wacky gifts in there. I want the severed wampa arm!

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