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Daily Q&A: What are the top tech products for the holidays?

What are considered the top tech products that consumers might want to consider for their holiday shopping lists?

PCMag.com offers this list of the best products for 2010:

• Tablets: Apple iPad (WiFi)

• Smart phones: Samsung Galaxy S Line represented by: Samsung Vibrant (T-Mobile), Samsung Captivate (AT&T), Samsung Epic 4G (Sprint), Samsung Fascinate (Verizon Wireless)

• Feature phone: Samsung Rugby II SGH-A847 (AT&T)

• Bluetooth headset: Aliph Jawbone Icon

• Desktops: Apple iMac 27-inch (Core i5)

• Laptops: Sony VAIO VPC-Z116GXS

• Netbooks: Toshiba Mini NB305-N410

• Cameras (point and shoot): Sony Cyber-shot DSC

• Cameras (interchangeable lens): Sony Alpha NEX-3

• Pocket camcorder: Sony Bloggie Touch 8GB (MHS-TS20/S)

• HDTV: Samsung LN55C650

•GPS: Garmin Nüvi 3790T

• eBook reader: Amazon Kindle (3G + WiFi)

• Gaming: Microsoft Kinect for Xbox 360

• Media hub: Apple TV (2010)

• Storage devices: Seagate Momentus XT Hard Drive

• Portable media player: Apple iPod Touch (4th gen. with camera)

• PC speakers: Logitech Speaker System Z623

• iPod speaker dock: Beatbox by Dr. Dre from Monster

• Headphones: Bowers & Wilkins P5 Mobile Hi-Fi Headphones

• Browser: Firefox 3.5

• Security: Cloudmark DesktopOne

For the full list of winners, visit: PCMag.com.

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Daily Q&A: What are the top tech products for the holidays? 11/29/10 [Last modified: Monday, November 29, 2010 1:44pm]
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