7. Sennheiser CX 300-II Precision noise cancelling headphones - £14.99
Any PC user who listens to music needs a decent pair of headphones, whether it's for listening to iPods and MP3 players or saving the sanity of friends and relatives during those long gabba techno sessions. The Sennheiser CX-300 offers fantastic quality sound, definition and bass response and a frankly ridiculously low price.
8. Jessops Digital Hi-Resolution Frame 2GB - £49
Help friends and family bring their digital photos to life and free them from their PCs with a photo frame. This digital frame not only has a 2GB internal memory which can store hundreds of photos, but it also has an easy auto-rotate feature which makes it easy to make photos look great, rather than having to look at horizontal family snaps all day.
9. USB Cup Warmer - £9.99
We couldn't have a rundown of PC gadgets without one piece of USB related nonsense, and this cup warmer gets our seal of approval. Mugs of tea going cold is a big problem in the TechRadar office, so our Secret Santa is already sorted.
10. Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 - £47.99
The keyboard and mouse is the one part of a PC we use most, but most people put up with poor quality rubbish which computer manufacturers provide for free. Change someone's PC experience completely this Christmas by buying the Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000. It's one of Microsoft's best keyboard and mouse combos and a steal at under £50.
11. Asus EeePC SeaShell 1005HE - £229
The netbook is the perfect was to coax any PC lover away from their bedroom or study and into the outside world this Christmas, and the Asus EeePC Seashell 1005HE is the perfect netbook to do it with. It's super thin, super light, boasts 8 hour battery life, has got the usual array of 160Gb hard drive and Intel Atom 1.6Ghz processor, and it's £230. What's more, it's so portable that they can leave that darkened room and take their PC on the move instead.
12. Slanket - £24.95
We admit it, the Slanket isn't a gadget, but it's essential gear for laptop users who want to stay cosy while working on the sofa. Yes, it looks stupid, and it's essentially a blanket with arm holes, which make it easy to comfortably use a laptop without your arms getting cold. Anyone who likes to get lazy with their laptop will know the problem, and appreciate a Slanket in their stocking this Christmas.
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