Christmas Gift Guide: For Her
What do you get the woman in your life this Christmas? Here are five suggestions ranging from a DIY cutter to an ultra portable laptop from Pocket-lint to get her excited on the 25th December.
Every day until Christmas Pocket-lint will be offering you gift suggestions for all the people in your life, whether they are just gadget mad or a business traveller.
Think of it as our little Advent Calendar to you.
Bosch XEO Universal Cutter, £34.99
Basically a handheld cutter the Bosch XEO is ideal for cutting stuff up be it cardboard for the recycling bin, carpet, fabric or anything else you can lay your hands on.
The XEO ultra sharp blade actually sharpens itself and the advanced Lithium Ion longer-lasting battery technology means the XEO will always be ready for use and as light as a feather to use and best of all there’s no danger of injury with a safety guard and lock-off mechanism.
3 Skypephone, £49
Girls like to natter on the phone and the 3 Skypephone helps them do just that without breaking the bank.
After you've outlaid your 50 quid it will cost just £10 a month to run.
In return you get 4000 minutes of Skype to Skype calls in the UK and still your £10 a month to call other mobile or landline phones.
Nintendo DS, £99
With brain training, sight training, Zelda, Puzzles, Nintendogs and a host of other games on the handheld games console this is one present that is likely to entertain the lady in your life for hours.
It's small, comes in a variety of colours and will help those train journeys fly by. Of course if you want to exact revenge and kill everything in sight then opt for the PSP.
iPod nano, from £99
Another small and compact device, this time it's the cute MP3 player from Apple.
Although the screen isn't really big enough to view video on (it's only 2-inches wide) it can hold up to 2000 tracks. Coming in a variety of colours Apple are hard to beat when it comes to music on the go.
Asus eee latop, £212
Small, compact, cheap the Asus eee laptop offers everything you want from a laptop without breaking the bank.
Packed with free software you can write letters, connect to the Internet, check your mail and plenty of other stuff, but the greatest thing is that it's size and weight, being you can probably still fit it in your handbag.