Holiday Gift Guide » Editor's Picks

It’s that time of year again.  You know, that time when you have to figure out what to get everyone for the holidays.  We can’t help finance your presents, but we can help you figure out what to get your loved ones!  Check out our great Gift Guide below.

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Here's a quick list of some of our favorite iOS games that would make outstanding gifts for even hardcore gamers. more »
The Bric BT is a competent portable Bluetooth speaker for dock connector iDevices, especially considering it is priced under the majority of its competition more »
My advice to those who use their iPhone frequently for photos, buy a case that's easy to remove and make sure you keep an Olloclip handy. more »
The Harman/Kardon SoundSticks Wireless give you clean, room-filling sound with the right technology to keep them in use for the next dozen years. more »
World of Warcraft's Mists of Pandaria expansion brings the war between the Horde and Alliance to the once tranquil shores of Pandaria. more »
Boasting a slick aluminum design that perfectly complements your MacBook and iDevices, two USB ports, and the ability to power or recharge all your devices multiple times over, the HyperJuice2 provides ample power when you are far from an outlet. more »
If you spare no expense for your sound, and style matters, Edifier's Spinnaker 2.0 Bluetooth speaker system will not be money wasted. more »
The TonePrint app for iOS handles more than just the delay for the Flashback x 4. With so many cool artists and effects only a few seconds away, you can really explore the sonic frontier to your heart’s delight. more »
After burning out on LEGO games on the Mac and Wii over the past couple of years, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes has revitalized my interest in the series. more »
Saucy. Ribald. And side splitting. The Bard's Tale takes you on a hilariously irreverent journey through a mythical land peopled with parodies of beloved RPG characters. more »
A combination iPad case and Bluetooth keyboard, the case also integrates a couple of solar cells into the mix for charging whenever and wherever you can find a light source. more »
I thoroughly enjoyed Tomb Raider: Underworld for OS X; it's easily my favorite since Tomb Raider II, which is going a long way back. more »
My reasons for not liking in-ear headphones are many, but Moshi's Clarus headphones effectively address nearly all of them. more »
The NCredible N-Tune headphones are on-ear, can-tyle headphones with a good fit, very good sound and a pretty cool style. If around $150 is within your budget, you won’t be disappointed. more »
Trine 2 isn't just a fantasy game, it's the game that characters in fantasy games play when they're not saving the world and finding out who they really are. more »
If you like to play while travelling, need to be able to practice without disturbing the rest of the household or would just like to try some amps and effects options without spending a lot of money, this is a great tool for taking a musical test drive. more »