Northbrook, IL (PRWEB) October 26, 2008
Don't let the search for the perfect holiday gift for the family geek take a megabyte out of your holiday cheer. Instead, let there be peace on earth with Motherboard Gifts & More. High-end holiday gifts and gizmos are the specialty of this Chicago-area firm founded in 1991. They range in price from $8.99 to $139.00. Ideal for most any Hanukkah or Christmas gift budget.
More than 50 products ideal as holiday gifts- including business card cases, coasters, clocks, money clips, and even cufflinks - for the debonair geek - round out the catalog, and all are created from reclaimed circuit boards originally designed for computers, televisions, and other electronics. Now more than just your tree is recyclable. And a new gift-wrapping service is available for a small fee.
Motherboard Gifts & More's items exploit the intrinsic beauty of technology. They are also fully functional products that make a definitive statement - I'm technology friendly.
Motherboards may suggest sharp edges and bumpy surfaces. Not so of a Motherboard Gifts & More holiday gift. Each is created from material never marred by circuitry soldering. In fact, the boards were never actually installed because they are defective, or deemed obsolete, or part of an unclaimed order. Another reason the product line is December cool: the colors and patterns of circuit boards vary, making each gift item virtually one-of-a-kind.
The bestseller is the business card case holds 10-15 cards and fits easily in a pocket or briefcase. Case dimensions are a sleek 2 1/4 x 3 5/8 inches and can be engraved with a name for a personalized touch.
The cuff links will make an impression at the office or brighten up any holiday party or social event of any kind. Round sterling silver casings and stems add class to the green and copper circuitry. This item links geeks to the realm of technology while making a stylish, sophisticated fashion statement.
Coasters may not seem particularly unique, but this six-piece set will look festive under mugs of egg nog or cocoa. The set arrives in a storage tin with a circuit board top.
Holiday gift guide suggestions also include spiral journals, photo albums, picture frames, wall and desktop clocks. The money clip is particularly hip: it makes paper currency look like a brand-new idea.
Geeks will rejoice when they open a Motherboard holiday gift. An epiphany enhanced by the fact that each item is made from recycled material that otherwise would be tossed into a landfill should jingle some bells.