Tick, tick, tick. . . . Ah, before Santa starts his annual stay, the sounds of those precious seconds are ticking. What are you talking about? In your life, you haven\'t bought anything for geeks yet? No problem. Here\'s a last- Provide a gift guide for the delay for the minute. Now, as they say, you are your data. As a result, people will never get enough media to store this data. Blank DVD as well as USB and other flash cards are always welcome. But make sure you know which type you need-DVD- Or DVD, SD, or compact flash. Today, two Gigabit cards are typically priced at less than $30, as are 100 packs of DVD blank cards. For data pigs in the crowd, considering a USB external hard drive, the price of about 120 gigabytes is less than $320. The price of random access memory (RAM) has fallen sharply recently, and for a gigabit tape it\'s less than $50. Again, first find out what is needed ( PC4200, PC6400, etc. ). With the popularity of digital cameras, it seems like everyone has thousands of digital images stored on memory cards and hard drives, but it hasn\'t been-and may never be-printed out yet. What better way to share all the photos of the child with grandparents and other close relatives than to continuously play photo frames of digital photo slides. They started at about $50. Inch screen version and price to install quickly from there. Another neat little novelty launched this year for around $30 is the digital keychain photo frame. With a one- The screen is about inches and they are connected to the PC via USB and can store about 50 images. If your child is a budding Van Gogh, consider the tablet. The 6x8 inch or even 9x12 inch version of PenSketch, a genius once affordable by graphics professionals, is now less than $200. Worth every penny. How about all the portable MP3 and video players on the market, from $10 to $500 or so? Unless you know exactly which one you want, avoid it. Ipod seems free for kids. If your child is a fledgling pilberg and you have a camera, think about it. in- A video capture, edit, and burn bundle of Pinnacle, such as Studio movieBox Ultimate. Again, Pinnacle used to be affordable only for professionals, but it brought in professionals-or at least semi-professionals -- In this case, less than $200 of quality is provided to the masses. Widescreen LCD ( LCD display) The price of the display also fell sharply this year, 20- Inch models for less than $200 and $24 About $350 inch. If you have a high Hd TV-especially one of the hottest new models of 1080 p, the highest definition TV-this year you finally have some content options to take advantage of all the great resolutions. Next generation hd dvd player, Blu-ray- Ray and hd dvd are capable of playing discs encoded in 1080 p. The good news is that the price of players has dropped below $500 and the price of CDs has dropped below $35. Not so good is the format war between Blu-ray. Ray and hd dvd are still in the middle, so you might want to wait for the dust to clear on that DVD. A reasonable compromise, a compromise that children will love you, will be Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Microsoft Xbox 360 with high support HD video playback of 1080i or 1080 p Alternatively, if your desktop or laptop has a digital video interface (DVI)or HDMI (high- Definition of multimedia interface Output and graphics card, can be output at 1920 by 1080 pixels, then you can go online on glorious 1080 pages or finish Powerpoint presentation Finally, the latest generation of digital camcorders can also record and playback HD video. Handheld Sanyo HD1000 is a miracle in small, high-definition video recording (1080i)and 4- Millions of pixels of still images go to a Secure Digital card at a price well below $1,000. For the Holy Grail of digital videographers-complete 1080 p, you have to speed up the Sony HVR -- V1U, this will cost you about $4,000. Come on, Santa. great!