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Video games, movies, series, science, comics, pop culture, and more - all of these play into the nerd and geek scene. If you want to make someone from your family or friends happy with an appropriate gift, I have a tip for you here. Because in getDigital's online shop there is a huge selection of useful, educational and funny gifts on all sorts of topics. From the muesli bowls that teach the structure of the earth to special face masks to collectible figures, pillows and candy boxes, everything is included. Here you will find nerd and geek gifts for Christmas 2020.
Star Wars, Star Trek, Tetris, Big Bang Theory, Zelda, natural sciences and many other topics are covered in various forms at getDigital. From clothing and decoration to dishes and glasses to plush toys and lamps, there is an incredible amount. How about a binary wristwatch or a tissue box with a Rubik's cube look? There are also special keyboards for Mac and PC. If you want to give away sweets, you don't have to fall back on boring chocolate offers from the supermarket. At getDigital there is a surprise box with various Korean sweets. Instead of a lava lamp, you will find a plasma lamp on offer for modern nerds.
A cookie jar with a cookie warning on the lid, a binary wall clock, various T-shirts for work in IT, posters and much more are available as gifts for computer scientists at getDigital. There is also the power bank in steampunk design, a smartphone planetarium, a space coloring book, gifts from the areas of role play and table top, products from the fantasy area, Harry Potter merchandise and, and, and. If you know video game, science, fantasy or film and series fans, then you will find them here when it comes to gifts. The various menus and filter options on the website from getDigital help to keep track of things.
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After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.