Holiday Shopping Recommendations
While these aren’t necessarily Scotia related items as a local tech geek I’ve been asked for a few recommendations.
It's never too early to start your holiday shopping and this year I have some recommendations I promise will be popular with your loved ones.
Bakugan Starter Pack
My recommendation for kids is Bakugan, Bakugan, Bakugan.
They will be the hottest item under tree this year and you better purchase now. I predict you’ll have a hard time finding these in December.
Bakugan Battle Arena
We’re already a Bakugan family and have already had problems finding new Series 2 packs.
For the adults, I recommend a digital photo frame. We received one last year and love it. Ours came from a company I had never heard of before called SmartParts but it turned out to be one of the best I’ve seen. My biggest surprise is that ten year old photos I took with my first low-res Casio QV-PC 0.23 megapixel camera look great on our digital photo frame.
Mario Kart for Nintendo Wii
I’m not a real gamer but I’ve had a blast with this one. We have grand kids in Germany and every Saturday we connect to the Internet, play Mario Kart and race against the kids in real-time. It would be perfect if they could also integrate it with Wii Speak but for now our unlimited Germany plan with Vonage allows us all to chat on speaker phone while we play.
And for the entire expanded family, get your Nintendo Wii now while they last. Nintendo claims they’ve increased production so there will be plenty on the shelves but I recommend if you plan on a Wii Christmas, order now.
My last personal recommendation saved my butt when I went out to LA for the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference. I don’t regularly drive on highways with over 6 lanes so I was happy to have this available.Garmin Nuvi 760