We thought we'd present you with our personal wish lists of electronic goodies, selected from among the many high-tech toys we see every year.
Cindy - Apple iPhone
Cindy - Samsung’s BD-UP5000 Duo HD Player or LG’s BH200 Super Blu Player
Cindy - Pioneer’s 60-inch ELITE KURO PRO-150FD plasma
Cindy - Pioneer’s Elite BDP-95HD Blu-ray Disc Player
Cindy - Meridian’s F80 Radio
Arlen - iRobot’s Roomba 570
Arlen - mStation’s 2.1 Stereo Tower
Arlen - Vizio’s Gallevia GV47LF 42"
Lisa - Chief Manufacturing’s CM1
Lisa - Samsung’s 94 Wireless Plasma
Lisa - Toshiba’s HD-A30
Rachel - Chumby
Rachel - Nintendo Wii
Rachel - Slingbox Solo
Rebecca - Sony HES-V1000
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Rachel - Chumby

I’m a big fan of instant gratification: the Polaroid camera, scratch tickets and my little friend, Chumby. He’s a cuddly, compact computer that’s easy enough to set up right out of the box. Basically, Chumby can display all of my news, no matter how crucial (weather) or trivial (Britney), right by my bedside. It uses widgets, which are small computer programs that can be found on the company’s web site. Each widget tells Chumby the key to my Internet-enabled heartstrings. So when I finally log off from my PC each night—and it’s usually pretty late—I can still check scores, eBay auctions and everything else on the Internet that I hold dear.

Price: Under $200

More info: http://www.chumby.com

Read more: Holiday Gift Guide 2007