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Tech gift ideas: Sortable wish list

Tech gift ideas: Sortable wish list

This easy-to-scan chart features our best tech gift ideas all in one place

Getting down to the wire on your holiday shopping? Let us help with this easy-to-scan sortable chart of tech gifts.

From $9 plush Android toys to 55-inch HDTVs, there are ideas for all the technology lovers on your list -- and for every budget.

The chart defaults to show items sorted from most to least expensive. This lets you scan down the list to find a maximum price point and then look at listings below to see everything within your budget. However, you can sort by any column. Click the column header once to sort ascending and a second time to sort descending. Shift click a second column header if you'd like to, say, first sort by category and then by price within each category.

You can also search through the chart's text columns using the box below.

Sortable Tech Gift Guide Index

Source: Computerworld gift guides, including the 2012 Holiday Gift Guide, 10 iPhone/iPad gadgets under $70, 10 low-cost Android gadgets, Back-to-school tech guide 2012 and 25 cool gadgets for $50 or less.

Read more about hardware in Computerworld's Hardware Topic Center.

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