Best for...mobile bloggers
Acer Aspire One with 3G, £330, www.amazon.co.uk
Acer's Aspire One is the best–selling netbook. And this offer from Amazon slashes the price by £50, giving you the web via a 3G slot. You also get a capacious 160GB HDD and Windows XP for easy browsing. Plus it'll fit nice and snug in your manbag.,
Vodafone freedom pack, From £10, www.vodafone.co.uk
PAYG can be a pricey business. But this new package from Vodafone gives you tons of texts and minutes for a mere tenner. In fact it works out as the equivalent of a £50 top up – 300 texts and 100 minutes to be precise. Pay £20 and get unlimited texts and 300 minutes. Who needs a contract.
3 15GB for £15, www.three.co.uk
Fixed broadband is so 2008. Mobile dongles set you free and help you get the net wherever you are. 3's latest offering is a belter, giving you a hearty 15GB allowance for £15 a month. That's enough for 480 track downloads and 150 hours of surfing. Even the web addicts here at Stuff would struggle to do that much!
Nintendo DSi with COD: World at War, £165, www.game.co.uk
The Nintendo DSi is 2009's must–have gadget. Game has stacks of bundles at £165, but our pick is this COD: World at War one. Get the classic title, plus the handheld hub and an accessory pack. Footie fanatics can pick up a deal including FIFA 09 instead.
Sony A series 16GB Walkman, £99, www.play.com
Sony's A series is a mighty alternative to the slimline style of the iPod nano. And this deal from Play offers a massive £80 saving, giving you a hefty 16GB for £99. Playback video via the 2.4in QVGA screen and use the in–built Bluetooth to bring an end to cable entanglements.
For more Easter ideas, take a look at our pick of the best DIY gadgets for the long weekend.