Techies will love the almost unlimited options available this holiday season. With so much to chose, Patch is here to help.
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Techies will love the almost unlimited options available this holiday season. From affordable tablets to the newest cell phones, there is sure to be winner on this year’s list of the hottest in all things techie. Small tablets are becoming a major selling point as consumers look for options packed in smaller packages. Apple has dominated the larger tablet industry with its iPad, and the iPad 4 will be released Nov. 2 with a starting price of $499. But competition is heating up in the smaller tablet market, with four worthy competitors vying for market share. Gaming systems are continually being updated and reconfigured. If there’s a gamer on your list, maybe a new system is high on their list. eReaders are turning paperback enthusiasts …
Sure to be one of the holiday's hottest items, Nintendo's latest video game console hits store shelves today.
Sure to be on many families' Christmas lists this season, Nintendo's Wii U video game console hits store shelves today. The first of the next-generation of video game consoles and the successor to the original Wii, the Wii U ups the ante on its predecessor by offering full HD graphics and a touchscreen, tablet-style controller that offers a second screen to add extra immersion to video gaming. For families who invested a small fortune on the original Wii — fear not. All your old games and accessories should work on the new console. The system comes in basic ($299.99) and deluxe ($349.99) models, and the latter includes the NintendoLand game, a 32 GB hard drive (versus the basic system's 8 GB), a vertical stand for the system and a …