Deck your halls with an Android ornament from newPCgadgets

Deck your halls with an Android ornament from newPCgadgets

You’ve already ordered your Christmas cards and made out your list of things to buy for friends and family (and yourself). Now what? Cut a tree down and start decorating!

Arriving just in time for the holiday season, comes the latest product from newPCgadgets. You’ll be the coolest guy on the block once you put one (or three) of these in your tree.

The Android Christmas Tree Ornament is constructed from 3/16″ clear acrylic and is 3 1/2″W x 3 1/2″H. The quality acrylic design will ensure that they last for many holiday seasons to come.

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You can buy one of these for $7.95 or just go all the way and scoop up a three-pack for $19.95. If these are anything like the desk stands and accessories we’ve tested from newPCgadgets then you’re in for a quality product that’s sure to last longer than those glass bulbs.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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