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The Geek's Guide to the Coolest Holiday Gifts

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Two Player Home Arcade Game Controller

Does the thought of building your own retro arcade game seem a bit daunting?

Get your nostalgia fix with this authentic arcade panel and trackball designed to inject the arcade experience into any home computer or video game console. USB Connection included. Add Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii Support for 2 Players.

Stuff your Does the thought of building your own retro arcade game seem a bit daunting?

Get your nostalgia fix with this authentic arcade panel and trackball designed to inject the arcade experience into any home computer or video game console. USB Connection included. Add Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii Support for 2 Players.

Stuff your Christmas stockings with arcade goodness and a USB Arcade for only $99.Christmas stockings with arcade goodness and a USB Arcade for only $99.

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Not such a great list, Linux

Not such a great list, Linux Journal. Better stuff at my site (yeah, self-promo here), http://BestGifts2011.blogspot.com/ which gives some cool gadget stuff and actually useful ideas IMHO.

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