Brian Tong's Holiday Wish List: Tech Culture
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Brian shows you some of the goodies he'd like this year, and yes, fruit cake is one of them.
[ Music ] ^M00:00:10 >> The little jingle you were just bobbing your head to can only mean one thing. It's really catchy, and it's time for my wish list so stop staring at this Godawful sweater. Thanks, mom. It's time for the gifts I'd love this season so pay attention. All right. Let's check out my list here. All right. Now, my first thing is my laptop. It's dying on me. It's really a nice 13inch MacBook Pro would ease my pain and it's one of the few pieces of anodized aluminum that I would make out with. Okay? Let's see here. Okay. I also want to feast my eyes on a Panasonic 54inch TCPV10 plasma. I would pretty much give my left arm to get one of these, and it would also make finding the hidden R2D2 Easter egg in Star Trek that much sweeter. Okay. Oh, now, before I keep going let's be really serious here. The gift I love to give to all of our CNET viewers, and I'm being serious, is good health and blessings, great friends and family, and all the thanks for continuing to support CNET and really just helping me keep up with my electric bills. All right. Let's go back to the list. This is what's more important here. My Bose. My Bose headset broke. So the new Quiet Comfort 15 would be awesome. So what $349. Somebody has that to throw around. Let's see. Oh, I still need a puppy. I need a puppy. And okay. Here we go. You know, it may not be the ultimate tech toy but hello a Snuggy. I would die for a Snuggy. It's like oh, wow, thanks. >> Brian, you really got to wrap this up pretty soon. >> What? A Chia pet would be nice. Oh, okay, okay. There's that nuke that ereader with that color swipy touchscreen. >> Brian, you really need to wrap it up. >> No, no. >> Let's call it a night guys. >> Okay. Okay. I also want an Obama bobblehead because hey, guys, hello? Okay. Well, you know what after that ^M00:02:00