This year the major tech companies and the accessory makers tried to top each offers when it comes to gifts for Valentine’s Day. The color of the day is obviously pink with a few reddish touches. Apple placed the bets on products and accessories in the love color. Actually, Apple is pushing forward the white line up of iPads and iPhones but paried with stylish red accessories, including the notorious Smart Cover for iPads, a twelve compass mobile stand, a reddish wireless speaker, Jambox, a stylish Michael Kors wallet clutch.
When it comes to iPods, Apple offers an uncompromised vibrant red iPod Nano that makes a statement. Also the company is ready to deliver the gifts for free just to keep its customers happy on this special day.
Apple’s rival, Samsung to put on the market a specially designed top of the line smartphone, meant to steal a lady’s heart. That is the romantic Samsung Galaxy S II with a pinkish shade, that is nor pastel, nor loud (like last year’s Fuchsia Pink Curve 3G from Research in Motion). The nice appearance coupled with the impressive technical specs (a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen, 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, to mention just a few) are bound to make the pink Samsung Galaxy S II a much loved device.
Also on the pinkish side of tech gifts for your Valentine, Nintendo released on the US market a few days ago, the girly pink Nintendo 3DS model. The is a reiteration of the pink 3DS that the company delivered for the holiday shopping frenzy, but this time Nintendo added a bonus. The Valentine’s Day edition of pearl pink comes with the Nintendogs + Cats pack-in.
If your lady is a fervent reader, Sony suggests its latest e-reader would be the perfect choice to appeal to her heart. The Reader Wi-Fi is advertised as the “world’s lightest 6 inch e-Reader” and comes in cherry red in addition of having a sleek minimalist design. To make the gadget even more interesting, it also gives access to the public library of the owner’s choice. “Tap the Public Library icon to wirelessly peruse, borrow and download eBooks from local public libraries directly to the device,” entices Sony its customers.
However, if you are a guy, you certainly cannot get a pinkish device from your Valentine so it’s time for you to head for the flower shop, to pick up gifts from stores and to check the dinner reservation for tonight because the next advice is for the ladies. In addition to colorful devices with delicate appearances, the tech companies also came out with enticing discounts meant to attract women who look for Valentine gifts the guys in their lives will really love. Lenovo for instance offers products from then ThinkPad laptop series (ThinkPad E420, ThinkPad X220, ThinkPad T420, and ThinkPad T420s) with 30% discounts. In addition, the company offers free shipping and the sale is available until February 15th.