Holiday Gift Guide

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From big-budget goods to small-money items, everything in this gift guide can be used to improve your game—mentally or physically—or make your team a tighter crew. Read on to see the best athletic-oriented techie gifts for this holiday season.

1 The perfect gaming experience: a TV made specifically for gaming, two games to rock out against your friends, and a slimmer 360 with more memory.

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From big-budget goods to small-money items, everything in this gift guide can be used to improve your game—mentally or physically—or make your team a tighter crew. Read on to see the best athletic-oriented techie gifts for this holiday season.

1 The perfect gaming experience: a TV made specifically for gaming, two games to rock out against your friends, and a slimmer 360 with more memory.

[L to R] Aquos LC-32GP1U, $1500, aquos.com // Rock Band, $60 for game or $170 for bundle that includes game and instruments, rockband.com // Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, $100, redoctane.com // Xbox 360 Elite, $450, xbox.com

2 Good to hear, good to see. Three solid new releases to add to your CD & DVD collections. The Jason Bourne Collection [Universal Studios Home Entertainment], $100, homevideo.universalstudios.com [avail. 12/11] // Ocean's Trilogy [Warner Home Video], $80, whv.warnerbros.com // Pitbull, The Boatlift [TVT Records], $19, tvtrecords.com

3 Snap it. Send it. See it. With the YouTube Capture mode on this new digital camera, you can post whatever athletic feat you capture right to YouTube.
Casio EX-Z77, $200,
casio.com

4 Slimmer, lighter, cooler. Check out the re-designed PSP, with an unmatched content library and slick Darth Vader design. PSP, $170, us.playstation.com // NBA 08, $40, us.playstation.com

5 Want to be responsible for only one high-money item? Here's an MP3 player, camera and navigation system wrapped into one sick-looking gadget. Juke, $270, samsungjuke.com

6 Holding team conditioning sessions outside this winter? Grab a GPS and head for the hills. You'll be able to keep track of your distance, location, and, most important, each other. Rino 530HCx, $500, garmin.com

7 Sick of fumbling with your iPod mid-workout? Control the power, volume and track by wirelessly syncing your tunes to your watch. Timex Ironman iControl, $125, timex.com

8 Add some spirit to your locker room. Hook up an iPod dock and get ready for game-time with a team song. i-Elegance DK-A10BK, $300, sharpusa.com

 


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