Last minute tech gift ideas: great Christmas deals on storage

A roundup of some great storage stocking stuffers

4GB flash drive

Price: $9.99 to $15

USB flash drives get lost easier than a kid at Disneyland. That makes them great stocking stuffers this Christmas, especially at current prices. A 4GB flash drive provides enough storage to store all your school or office work, along with a few hundred photos and even enough albums to listen to through the holidays. The cheapest we found is from Sydney-based computer store iiBuy for $9.99, but you can also pick up a couple of Soniq flash drives from JB Hi-Fi for $15 each.

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