Author:
Mike Adams
12/21/2009

The Holidays at the TechHub

The Holidays at the TechHub

Finals are over and the stress of school is gone for a few weeks. Now is the time to pack up and head home during this period to visit the family for the holidays. That’s when it hits you, “I never did any holiday shopping. What am I going to do?” And let’s face it, as a college student you probably don’t have much disposable income lying around to purchase these gifts with. So why don’t you just head over to the UC Davis Bookstore TechHub and put those gifts on your student account. And while you are there, pick something up for yourself and tell the folks it was a book you needed for class…

  • iPod Nano
    • Apple has turned their popular MP3 player into what is essentially a Flip Cam, and we still have some of the 8GB ones on sale for $139 right now at the TechHub. (Limited availability and available for a limited time.)
  • SkullCandy Pipe
    • Oh SkullCandy…you and your funny drug-fueled names. Don’t let the name fool you though. This little speaker system will surprise you with the sound that comes out of it. As a bonus, purchase one of these through the end of the month and you can get a free pair of SkullCandy iCon headphones. Score!
  • UC Davis Logo “TechWear”
    • Want people to see your school pride??? Show them by adorning your laptop, iPod or phone with the UC Davis Logo “TechWear”. Little stickers that adhere straight to your electronic device without leaving any kind of residue behind.
  • UC Davis 4GB Flash Drive
    • Speaking of school pride, now you can carry your documents around in a heavy-duty flash drive adorned with the UC Davis Logo right on the side.
  • Windows 7 Pro
    • Why not start the new year with the operating system that should have been Vista? Check out the TechHub for full boxed copies and student licenses.
  • Snow Leopard
    • It’s Mac OS X…exclusively for those with an Intel processor. Sorry you diehards who are clinging to your G5. Is it worth it though? Snow Leopard freed up 10GB of space on my 80GB hard drive. That alone was worth the $29 upgrade.
  • Computer Games
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