PC 2011 Holiday Gift Guide


For the price, the LAN Warrior II is a great purchase for gaming aficionados. On the plus side, it’s small and comes with a top-mounted handle to aid with movement. Great for DirectX 10 gaming, it’s a machine that was designed well and hits the ball out of the park for consumers who aren’t willing to spend a month’s savings on a new gaming PC.

Price: $1,495
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ASTRO Gaming A40 Audio System

A premium audio system for professional gamers, the A40 Audio System from ASTRO Gaming was the best of class in 2010. The sleek designs and crisp audio make this a must-have purchase for any gamer who is serious in the competitive scene. As the official licensed headset for Major League Gaming, no gamer can go wrong with this gift-wrapped underneath the Christmas tree.

Price: $249.95
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Thrustmaster F1 Wireless Gamepad Ferrari F60 Limited Edition

Thrustmaster’s latest wireless controller for the PC (also works on the PS3) shows a lot of progress for comfort of use. The design of this 2.4 GHz controller is sleek and permits players to switch button configurations on the fly. Racing fans who don’t want to spend the extra cash on a steering wheel should opt for the gamepad.

Price: $49.99
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Black OPS Assassin Edition by Digital Storm

Known for its trendy vertical cooling system, the Black OPS Assassin Edition gaming desktop is an absolute must-buy for any gamer who plays their games in confined spaces with little to no room for heat to dissipate. A powerful gaming machine with the ability to overclock to 3.9 – 4.4GHz, gamers wanting to fire up Crysis with ease should invest in Digital Storm’s baby.

Price: $1,773
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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750

No need for batteries, all you need is the power of the…sun! Need we say less?

Price: $79.99
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