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VIA THEURBANDAILY:

We know you’ve barely recovered from the Christmas shopping season but it’s never too soon to think about mom, dad or your favorite graduate.  Here a few things that will top almost anyone’s wish list in 2010.

Sony Bravia LX900 3D TV

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After seeing Avatar in 3D you’re itching to bring that experience home! Sony has the answer in the Bravia LX900. Available in sizes from 40 to 60 inches this HDTV will show 3D images with help from the RealD’s active shutter glasses. The set also comes with built in wi-fi so that you can stream content via the internet.

Applie iPad

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Apple’s long-rumored tablet has arrived. Poised to take on netbooks and e-readers, this device is essentially a giant iPod touch. A 9.7-inch LED-backlit IPS display makes web browsing, watching movies or viewing photos a whole new experience.

Nexus One

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With all of the curves of the iPhone but the guts of Smartphone Google’s Nexus One is what you’ll want to bring home to momma, not just have a one-night stand. With a 32GB-capable MicroSD slot, 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, a 5 Megapixel camera and video capture at @20FPS you might not find time to make actual phone calls.

Powermat Charging pad

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If you’re tired of tripping over all of the charging cables for your phone, Bluetooth, MP3 player, etc. Plug in the Powermat™ Portable Mat to wirelessly charge up to three Powermat™-enabled devices at the same time (plus another with a USB power port). This slim and sleek charging mat utilizes principles of magnetic induction to quickly and safely power up your different electronics and handhelds. But it will not make grilled cheese.

Motorola BackFlip

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This phone literally backs that thing up with its innovative design. The keyboard is actually on the rear and flips over backwards for typing while facing the screen. Using the power of the Android mobile OS, users will be able to connect directly to Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and the Google app collection (Gmail, Picasa, etc.) all from their home screen over AT&T’s 3G network.

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