With the holiday shopping season here, we want to celebrate the spirit of giving by offering prizes every day from December 12 until December 23, 2009. Anyone who becomes a fan of our Facebook page or is already a fan is eligible. It's that simple!
Each day winners will be randomly selected from the then current list of IOGEAR Facebook fans and announced on Facebook the following business day. Winners will be announced starting December 14, 2009.
Make sure to take some time and review the contest rules.
During the holidays, it's a time of reunion and celebration and many gifts will exchange hands. It can be very tough to find that perfect gift for the special people in your life. At IOGEAR, we have put together some gift ideas to help you find that perfect gift for your mom, dad, siblings, co-workers, boss and friends.
Before we get into the ideas, here is one bit of exciting news; be sure to check back on Friday, December 11 at this blog for an exciting giveaway!
As consumers recover from their turkey hangover and dive into the holiday shopping season this Friday, they are scouring the Web and retail stores for the best and most affordable items on their X-mas lists.
IOGEAR offers many great green gadgets for under $50!
This year, Black Friday falls on November 27, 2009, which is the day after Thanksgiving. During a time of belt tightening and recession, it is even more important to find great deals; so at IOGEAR we have rounded up a few resources to help you save money and find great value to start off your holiday shopping activities right. Happy Thanksgiving!
IOGEAR has taken several significant steps in offering consumers eco-friendly and green products and as a company we remain committed to our responsibility to the environment.
A key product line that assists in these efforts is our KVM line. Not only are these products convenient for you, but they save on waste and energy by eliminating the need for excess gadgets and the amount of energy running through them!
With broadband connections rising in the United States and YouTube kicking off the share your video genre of Web sites that now has dozens of copycats, consumers have become more accustomed to watching TV, movies and videos on their computers. Additionally, with the dropping price of digital cameras and video cameras, and the video and photo features in cell phones, we now witness a whole new generation of consumers that are creating, editing, sharing and consuming media content online.
The Wall Street Journal recently published a story predicting that the larger big-ticket technologies will remain on the shelves and consumers will instead go home with the latest gadgets this holiday season. As this article and other industry experts predict, the average consumer will purchase more affordable gadgets and less ‘blockbuster' devices this season.
As the price of computers continues to fall and computer performance increases, what does this mean for consumers? Many dated computers are set aside, stored in closets, basements or even garages when they still have plenty of life left to them.