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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Razer's Tron Legacy gaming mouse and keyboard

Monster Tron iPod Dock

Tron action figures

Tron game controllers (Xbox 360, Wii)

Monster Tron T1 headphones

Tron Zero Gravity Light Cycle

Light cycles

Action figure lineup

Razer's high-accuracy gaming mice and programmable keyboards seem like a good fit for the Tron set; this lit-up kit should at least offer some legitimate quality to go with its looks. Prices range from $79 to $139.
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Shaped like a giant neon discus, Monster's iPod dock should be perfect for the person who wants their music cloaked in a glowing halo.
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Priced from $15 to $40, these 7- and 12-inch action figures from Tron Legacy are disturbing to behold in person. "Impulse projection technology" projects LED animation inside the character helmets, creating an eerie, filmic quality.
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Of course, there had to be glowing Tron game controllers, didn't there? At $49.99 each, the PDP-made controllers will cover PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii users alike. There's something about the Tronified Wii-mote that seems perfect.
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Monster's over-the-ear gaming headphones aren't cheap at $349, but they should offer some decent punch, as long as you don't mind your ears glowing.
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We were surprised to watch this RC vehicle successfully drive up a wall thanks to Air Hogs vacuum technology. The vehicles can also battle each other. At $34.99, these could make excellent geek stocking stuffers.
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A close look at a few of the Tron Legacy light cycle toys.
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Without their faces lit up, the Tron Legacy action figures have an ominous cyborg look.
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