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I've been there before: I wanted a certain gadget for Christmas, but due to financial constraints, availability, or just plain oversight, I did not find them in my stocking or under the tree come Christmas morning. It's gonna be OK. Take all that cash you've accumulated from your relatives, or just go ahead and splurge (you never know when prices will dip this low again) and get what you really wanted for Christmas. Check out my picks on gadgets you didn't get for Christmas, but should buy for yourself anyway in this slideshow.
Thankfully, I have a gadget guy of my own at home, so this gift guide should be a breeze to present.
It seems there can never be enough trinkets and goodies of the electronic persuasion under the tree, no matter how useless some of them may seem. Does your guy really need a dark room projector? Probably not, but this is Christmas — the perfect time to give the ultimate geeky gift someone would never buy for himself.
Check out my picks for the gadget guy in the widget below, then swing by HolidaySugar for even more gift giving inspiration.
Since we last spoke about the Polaroid Instant Camera, I was buying up an obscene amount of film in preparation for the Polaroid apocalypse. As you know, after January 2009, there won't be any more instant film produced — and I couldn't be more depressed about it. But in an attempt to appease the instant-film lovers out there, Polaroid has taken things to the next level and has produced the PoGo — a portable printer that lets you print photos wirelessly from your cellphone (via Bluetooth) or from your digital camera (via USB).
As much as I appreciate the effort, I am still skeptical that the PoGo can fully live up to the love for the Instant Camera. However, I'm willing to give it a try. I recently came across the PoGo at Target (as you can see I spend way too much time there). To see my first impressions of the PoGo, just read more