If your teenage son stays in his room all day, chances are he is on his computer playing games, chatting with friends or surfing the web.
Even though you don’t see him out of his room that often, let him know you still think of him by getting him a 22” Westinghouse monitor that is easy on the eyes and is more energy efficient than the old bulky CRT monitors.
It is only $199 on Retrevo
NVIDIA's GeForce 9800 GTX+
If the above assumption is correct, he would love to have an updated graphics card.
The popular 3D games that are out today are really lifelike and the in game “physics” of the strands of grass swaying, reflection of yourself when walking on the water, definitely suck up a lot of memory. An upgrade to his graphics card will quench all that power desired from the graphics engine.
This card offers a high def gaming experience and great for watching movies in HD.
Some notable games to get for Xmas: call of duty world at war, world of warcraft (if he doesn’t have it already)
Be sure to strike a deal with him and tell him to be good and do well in school. Or else, give him back his old graphics card.
Only for Desktop Computers with available PCI slot.
Logitech Clearchat pro
Noise-canceling microphone: Reduces background noise for clear conversation and voice commands.
For the games that are voice enabled so your son can chat with other gamers telling them to defuse the bomb or take the lead instead of typing in the commands.
It’ll probably boost up his win ratio so he can focus on playing rather than typing commands to his team. Yes, he’ll love you for it.
Laser-tuned audio drivers: Advanced laser design technology maximizes acoustic performance.
An innovative, revolutionary console by Nintendo.
If your son is always sitting in his chair and on the computer playing games, maybe a Wii can come to the rescue.
It is still a gaming console, but he can move around and interact with the game. Let’s take Wii Sports as an example. Your son can swing and move around as he plays Wii Tennis, or games like Wii Fit, where the game keeps track of your fitness routine. You can hula hoop, jog in place, and even do yoga (which really breaks a sweat!)
Who knows, you might see him outside of his room more often if you get some multiplayer games that the whole family can play