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Holiday gift guide: 5 Amazon gifts for students

November 15th, 2013

Kindle FireBy Dan Kricke

Amazon is a one-stop shop for anything, so it’s no surprise that they have a great gift section for students. Check out some of our favorite Amazon gifts for students below.

Beats Solo HD Headphones

Anyone dwelling in a dorm room or studying long hours in a library will want to have a pair of good headphones handy. Not only does it prevent anyone from being interrupted by your study music, but it helps drown out outside distractions. As a bonus, these Beats headphones come in a variety of colors.

Acer Iconia Tablet

Life in a dorm room is a constant battle for resources. When your favorite student’s roommate is hogging the TV, they’ll need a way to take their viewing experience to the second screen. Enter the Acer Iconia. The Iconia runs on the Android Jelly Bean OS and features a 7.9” display. It has a 1.2 Ghz processor and 16 GB of flash memory alongside 1 gig of RAM – more than enough power to check out your favorite shows or movies on Netflix or Hulu.

Xbox 360 w/ Kinect

Help your student become the hit of the dorm with the Xbox 360 4 GB system featuring Kinect. With the Kinect, gamers can experience a whole new level of gameplay thanks to its terrific camera. And with the hundreds of great games available for the Xbox 360, your gamer will be able to take a break from stressful studying with a relaxing game when needed.

SanDisk Cruzer Fit

Nothing helps a student like some mobile storage, and tis SanDisk offers storage at a great price. For only $21.99, smart shoppers can get 32 GB of mobile storage that can hang right off a keychain. That’s a deal that’s hard to beat.

Kindle Fire 7”

Students do a lot of reading, but with digital textbooks, they don’t need to carry loads of heavy books like they once used to. The Kindle Fire is a great space for your digital textbooks and thanks to a 1.5 Ghz dual-core processor they’ll load quickly and efficiently. And if the reading necessitates heading to the web for something, the Fire’s built-in WiFi is up to the task.

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