A survey from consumer-generated media analyst firm Nielsen said that the iPad topped their list of the most wanted electronic gifts for Christmas. Based on its study, the Apple iPad is the most requested tech gift that both regardless of who wanted to have it over other e-readers, smartphones, tablets, computers and gaming consoles. 48 percent of children aged 6 to 12 within the US surveyed showed fascination with receiving a full-sized iPad and 36 percent in the new iPad Mini for this holiday season.
Among the top items for the Christmas list this season are fragrances. This Christmas is predicted to be a boom year for perfume sales with a number of scents including Gucci Premiere, Lady Gaga, the James Bond 007 fragrance, Paco Rabanne 1 Million and Dior Homme. However, Lady Gaga’s ‘Fame’ perfume seems to stand out inside the crowd. It is a black perfume that turns clear once it’s spritzed.
Another sought after gift was The Furby which was originally launched in 1998 the biggest-selling toy that year with more than 20 million sold worldwide. The furry, robotic critter can speak a form of gibberish called Furbish and may be developed to speak in English. It also can sing and dance. Other interactive features are induced by patting its back, rendering it purr or sticking a finger rolling around in its mouth.
The next most favored item was the Nintendo Wii U, arriving with 39% of youngsters coveting the action system on the wish list. The device comes with a game pad controller with a 6.2-inch touchscreen display that will work in tandem with what’s being shown on your TV. The Nintendo Wii U, one of the most technologically advanced console on the market, also has four USB ports situated across the long black rectangle. With its second place on the list of Christmas gifts, the Wii U designed a surprise cameo because it was far superior over its top competitors like the iPod touch, iPhone, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and also the PlayStation 3.