HamGo.com Announces its 2010 Holiday Shopping Forecast

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The electronics site, which specializes in hard-to-find products, predicts that video game consoles like the Xbox Kinect Bundle and the PlayStation Move will be in huge demand – and in short supply – this holiday season.

It is never too early to begin thinking about holiday shopping. Fortunately, HamGo.com is here to help – the electronics site is proud to announce its 2010 holiday forecast for video game consoles.

This holiday shopping season, predicts HamGo, the big-selling product will be the Xbox Kinect Bundle. These sleek new video game consoles include built in Wi-Fi, providing users with a faster and easier connection to Xbox LIVE, as well as allowing them to stream HD movies and TV or download games from Xbox LIVE. Moreover, the console’s Kinect Sensor allows users to play games without a controller. Although it will be hard to find elsewhere, the Xbox Kinect Bundle is in stock and available for pre-order at HamGo.com for only $349.95.

Another item HamGo is highlighting this season is the PlayStation Move, which is scheduled to be released September 17. According to the site, PlayStation Move gaming is accessible and characters are easy to control. The console is in stock and available for pre-order at HamGo.com for only $449.95. The PlayStation Move starter bundle is also available for $129.95.

Launched in 2001, HamGo.com focuses on providing hard-to-find products, making the site one-stop-shopping for any and all electronic needs. In 2008, the site sold more than 250,000 Nintendo Wii consoles when they were very hard to find elsewhere. HamGo takes pride in offering competitive prices for all its products, and tries its best to offer lightning-speed delivery, usually shipping the same or next business day.

For more information about the video game consoles and other items HamGo will offer this holiday shopping season, please visit http://www.hamgo.com.

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