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Poll: What gadget do you most want to find in your stocking?


PC Advisor

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What gadget do you most want to find in your stocking?

Let us know in our poll.

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Flak999

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I voted for no gifts, I am in the fortunate position of having pretty much everything (in a material sense) that I could want, and If there is something I do need I buy it at the time I need it.

The winter festivities are really a time for children and as mine have grown up and left home, their company is all I desire. I take it now as a time to relax, see family and spend time with those people who I only seem to see at this time of the year.

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Woolwell

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"No gifts" denies someone the pleasure of giving a gift to you. It doesn't have to be large but the thought behind a gift can mean a lot.

I think that the questionnaire should have had the option "No gadgets".

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flycatcher1

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I request that my family do not buy me presents but I am absolutely delighted when they ignore me.

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Kevscar1

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http://www.costco.co.uk/view/product/ukcatalog/cos1,cos1.2,cos1.2.4/140490

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Jock1e

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I will agree with Fruit Bat /\0/\'s remarks.

There is stuff I would like, but nothing I need.

If I needed it, I would have bought it myself before this time of year.

A card from someone with no or very little money means as much to me as a present from elsewhere.

You know that they are thinking about you and that's all that we need.

Mind you anyone that could give me a present to make me 50 years younger would be my friend forever.

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Footloose1949

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An OS, which is legacy-proof software and driver-wise on things like printers back to Win98, If there is a 16-bit version, you can use 8-bit drivers (because some mfrs don't produce 8-bit versions) Also, the 8-bit version of the OS should be able to access as much memory as a 16-bit machine does.

Not too much to ask, is it?

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kad60

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Screw trains,boats & planes i want a transporter like in Star Trek.

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