Sure, it says it's red, but it looks pink to us — both in the picture and in person. It's more of a hot-pink colour, really. Anyway, bookworms will love this convenient way to carry all of their favourite classics with them, and the Sony e-readers recognise almost every single file type, including Word and PDFs, with excellent built-in dictionaries and touch technology. Alternatively, you could choose to get her a 5-inch Kobo Mini with a bright-pink SnapBack case.
Apple fangirls can get their fix here. With so many glorious colours to choose from, Apple's seventh-gen Nano model is very pretty and will store all of her favourite nerdy tunes, be it the Super Mario Bros theme or the soundtrack of The Lord of the Rings.
If you're not already planning for the zombpocalypse, what's wrong with you? Don't you know it could hit any moment? Plot your escape route, stockpile supplies and pick a survival partner. It's only a matter of time.
On that note (but not that Note), this Galaxy S3 case, proclaiming your love of zombies with an anatomical heart, may just lull the hordes into a false sense of security so that you can take them out before they eat your brains.
Warning: these headphones have been known to be described as "aggressively pink" around our office. But they sure perk up a desk space! The sound is of OK quality and they're pretty comfortable, but let's face it: you're buying them for the look.
This bed bug doesn't bite — it's pink and cuddly. What's not to love about the creepy-looking giant plush microbes? There's another pink one, but it might not be the best idea to give someone syphilis for Christmas.
Sony is one of the only companies still making colourful laptops. This fuchsia one in Sony's budget category is sure to make her smile, and it comes with a lot for the price.
If you don't want to get her an all-pink one, check out Fujitsu's hilarious laptops for the ladies — or you can get a monster-sized Alienware m14x and give the keys some pink backlighting for a subtle effect (possibly the first time that an Alienware computer has ever been called subtle).