You may consider giving him insurance coverage based on the sheer number of expensive gadgets he already owns and get an insurance quote but here are some ideas to get him started:
1) Samsung LN46C750 46-Inch 1080p 3D LCD HDTV
The latest and greatest in TV is 3D. Of course there are rumors that we’re years away from 3D TVs that don’t require glasses, but if your guy has everything, in the mean time get him the best of what’s out there.
2) Xbox 360 with Kinect
Just released this holiday season is the platform from Microsoft that allows no hands-on controller. You are the actual controller, and the Xbox 360 with kinect transports you into the game between dozens of sensors & cameras.
3) Apple iPad 64GB WiFi
Sure you have the Kindle, Barnes & Noble color nook, but the one that does more than what just a reader can is the one for the guy who has everything. It’ll replace the portable DVD player, and might even replace the laptop/netbook depending on what work is really being done.
4) Nikon D7000 DSLR
The latest from Nikon is in short supply and that’s mainly because it’s a killer camera. If you don’t want a semiprofessional camera, take a look at the Nikon D5000. For less than half the price you will of course lose some features, but if you’re just starting into the DSLR world this is a great choice.
5) Kodak Playsport
It’s not the newest generation of personal digital video cameras but it is one of just a few that you can take swimming. Not only will it take digital pictures under water but it’ll also shoot 1080i video!
6) Eye-Fi Pro X2 8 GB SDHC Memory Card
Don’t like wires? Neither does my wife. Get this wireless SD memory card that will magically upload your pictures to your computer, Facebook or a dozen plus other services.
7) DirectTV Sat-Go Digital Satellite TV System
A true TV junkie will do anything to watch the game– having a 007 like TV suitcase is just part of the habit.
8) Coleman Stormbeam Dynamo Deluxe Crank Lantern
Last thing you want to worry about is forgetting something when you go camping. So instead of worrying about the lantern fuel or batteries, bring your always there muscle to the game and never be left out in the dark again.
9) Golf Buddy World Platinum GPS
If you do a lot of golfing when you travel, or just love golf in general, this is certainly the little toy for you. GPS course by course and hole by hole to figure out range and hole shapes.
10) Garmin Forerunner 405CX GPS Sport Watch with Heart Rate Monitor
If you’re thinking about New Year’s resolutions, and exercise is a likely goal, this handy little watch will track your distance and heart rate to keep you on track.
11) Ambient’s Baseball ScoreCast or Football ScoreCast
As places start to crack down on their firewall rules, this great little desktop toy will let baseball and football fans know the score of the game in the event they can’t watch or listen to it.
12) Kodak Pulse Picture Frame
Having a digital picture frame is one thing, having the Kodak Pulse is another. The Pulse is a treat for anyone (and double that for those with limited tech skills). You simply configure the system once, and can then walk away and email photos to the frame via WiFi. This is an amazing gift for grandparents too as they can get updated photos of the little one, even from the iPhone.
13) USB Cup Warmer
It’s funny because it’s true and you know you want it or need it. Best part is this one has the sensors that know if the cup is on the plate or not.