What’s On Your Wishlist for the Holidays?

Dec 19, 2008
Updated • Nov 29, 2012

It’s holiday season and while it is the season to spend time with the family and be grateful for your loved ones, it’s also the season for presents. Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, it’s likely that there’s something you really want to get your hands on.

Since this is Ghacks, there’s a pretty good chance that your ‘must-have’ is tech-related. If it is, why not share your wish with the rest of us? Maybe you want a new souped-up computer for your gaming needs, or that fancy new mobile phone. How about the latest portable media player?

Another point of interest is whether you envision yourself owning the desired gadget soon. If not, what’s stopping you? Is it the lack of finance, logistical difficulties (like the product not being available where you live) etc. Or is it that you simply can’t justify buying the gadget because you already have a similar one in perfectly good condition.

I’ll start the ball rolling on this one. One thing I really want to have is a good portable media player. I was supposed to get one this Christmas but things haven’t worked out as planned since the person who was bringing it has been unable to do so. Now, I’m starting to have second thoughts.

What about you? What’s on your wishlist for the holidays? Let me know.


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  1. mightytightywty said on December 20, 2008 at 7:29 am

    Verizon Wireless HTC Touch Pro

  2. Fernando said on December 20, 2008 at 4:06 am

    a job

  3. Thinker said on December 20, 2008 at 1:55 am

    I just have bought 27″ LCD monitor S-PVA type. Ten times better than TN. I don’t need any more must-have for Christmas ;)

  4. Victor Ward said on December 20, 2008 at 12:22 am

    I wish that “The Holidays” be called by their proper names. Have a Happy Hanukkah, Christmas or Kwanzaa but not the bland Happy Holidays!

  5. gokudomatic said on December 19, 2008 at 11:25 pm

    I wish to have a minimalistic linux fanless server with minimum power consumption but powerful enough to run a p2p client.
    Even building it myself is OK, but to find the parts are near impossible.

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