3 Factors to be considered when buying a gadget for your girl

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Girl With A Pink Laptop

Guys usually loves gadgets and they easily fall for them, but when it comes to girls, they are a little selective and choosy. So, if you have got a girlfriend who love gadgets, here are the three things which you should consider to buy a perfect gadget for her –

1. Play with the Pink - Girls are a fan of ‘Pinkish’ stuff and if you have got something Pink for her, that will surely make her happy. This factor works in almost all the cases and choosing Pink will be the right choice to bring a smile on your girl’s face.

2. Weight Matters - Girls don’t like heavy and bulky stuff, they are always up for something which is portable and which is easily to carry. So, if you’re buying something for your girl, always prefer a light-weight gadget over a bulky one.

3. Show me the Money - Not always, but yes, in most of the cases it is noticed that an expensive gadget gets more appreciation from the girls. You might have to spend a little more to impress her with your gift, and that extra expenditure will surely be worth it.

It will always be a good choice to make her choose the gadget herself, but if you can’t take her along or if you wanna give her a surprise gift then you should always keep these 3 factors in your mind to double her happiness.

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18 Responses

  1. DingMoo says:

    My Girl LOVES Gadgets!

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  2. michelle says:

    GIRLS ARE NOT MATERIALISTIC! ….But we do like pink….. :)

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  3. sinangag says:

    ” Girls don’t like heavy and bulky stuff, they are always up for something which is portable and which is easily to carry ”

    I agree.

    ” in most of the cases it is noticed that an expensive gadget gets more appreciation from the girls.”

    Yes, I also agree.

    That’s why “Credit Card” exists. It’s a card so it’s portable. It has magnetic tape on it so it’s a gadget and It’s also a money.

    Why do I get the feeling that women think of us “men” like an “ATM” ?

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  4. Dude says:

    Small pink and expensive = Absolutely Right.

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  5. Sparrow Girl says:

    The pink thing is totally true for a lot of girls. I’m one of them and yes I prefer a light weight gadget, but I don’t always look for the expensive ones (they do make me happy though).

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  6. Shawn says:

    Pink, lightweight and expensive. yes these are the obvious!

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  7. Stacy says:

    I agree with 1 and 2, but not with 3. It’s not about the number on the price tag, but what you get. Generally, you get what you pay for. No one wants to receive junk or last year’s gadget, and generally if you want something that’s going to work and be appreciated (having all the up-to-date apps and specs), it’s going to cost a little. So while yes, price may be a factor, please don’t word it in such a way that makes girls sound materialistic. Would you as a guy be appreciative if someone bought you a cheap piece of junk? Of course not. Ergo, this factor is not gender-specific.

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  8. girlhack says:

    I’m sorry- but not all girls like pink at all. In fact, a fair amount that are super into tech think that pink is really annoying when it comes to gadgets. I really can’t believe it’s on the list let alone number 1.

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  9. Michelle G says:

    1. I’m a woman not a girl.
    2. If its a quality item, durable and made to last, then yes, its probably going to cost money. Don’t automatically assume more money equals more value or apprication, I love my iphone, I wouldn’t have liked the ipad or kindle.
    and 3. Colour is the last attribute on my list.

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  10. Sharon says:

    I love gadgets but I usually buy them based on the specifications.

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  11. Silv K says:

    hmmm I dislike pink gadgets. Light-weight I’ll agree with, I adore my Toughbook for that very reason. Expense doesn’t matter, function and aesthetic over cost. Not pink for goodness sake, purple maybe pink no.

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  12. Bethany says:

    Pink would be awful for me! That just screams cliched female marketing. I do care about bulk, but I would rather carry around my mac than a netbook b/c of functionality. I don’t care about cost–in fact, as long as it’s well-made.

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  13. Mr.Grey says:

    I look for the same things in a woman too. :D

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  14. Tiffany says:

    :D

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  15. 13. Hey, I got something inside your weblog and actually like it simply because it is close to reality. Every word you chose is coherent with each other and thoughts is heavier as before.

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  16. Eve says:

    Who in the heck wrote this? This is a bunch of bull. I’m a young adult female (21 years old, college student, lover of literature, video games (not just the cute stuff thank you very much), netflix, and technology) and this is seriously a bunch of crap. First of all, what kind of girls are you trying to buy a gadget for? A 10 year old still enjoying Barbie dolls? Most women blanch at the thought of the color pink. This is a simple-minded and superficial article. Pink?! First of all, color is the LAST thing I consider when buying a PC and nine times out of ten that color will be black or silver and if I want something a little more “personal” it’ll be maybe green or purple..maybe even brown and turquoise. But never pink. Pink is repulsive to me–though I will listen to the singer.

    Do you really think that all women fit into the same category? But y’all would be quick to shit bricks if I said that a man was easily defined in three simple ways. “They like blue, they like boobs, they like meat…arrgh.” I seriously thought this article was being sarcastic at first.

    Secondly, well yeah I don’t have much to say about this one. But my thing is, I doubt ANYONE wants to carry around a big ass bulky machine. I have a 17 inch screen on my HP laptop. It’s 3 pounds. I don’t really mind it, but it wouldn’t hurt to have something that wasn’t so obnoxiously large. Does anyone really want something that big and bulky? I doubt that’s gender specific. Big bulky things usually reminds one of primitive technology from the 80s, at least it does for me. Seriously, who wrote this?

    And finally,

    Yes. Some girls like expensive stuff. So do guys. I for one will buy my own expensive stuff, not have some dude get it for me. But then again, I don’t believe in spending a king’s ransom on technology. I almost threw up just spending 600 dollars (got 100 dollars back with mail-in rebate though) on my laptop that I’ve had since my sophomore year in college (I’m a senior now). I didn’t want to had over all that money to some fricken cashier at Office Depot! I’m frugal. I have a budget. I’m cheap. I’m poor. My mom taught me how to shop for values and the usefulness of an item, not how sparkly it is. I don’t spend on designer labels (don’t even know who half of them are) and hell, my mind doesn’t revolve around jewelry, cute clothes, and expensive-looking crap (yes I like clothes, but I’m not one to spend 2000 dollars on 3 pairs of clothes neither, but I digress) I expect things to work for me, not to look sparkly and pretty and pricey. Though, hey that’s just me.

    This list is dumb.

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