We've already covered a bunch of gift categories in our Lifehacker gift guide. This week, we're offering up budget, quality and luxury ideas for specific groups of recipients. First up: students.
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Upgraded Google storage
Cost: $US20 for 80GB Where to get it: Google Why it's a good choice: It takes some effort to fill up Google's free allocation of space, but it's certainly possible. Add in 80GB and you can go nuts with large media files.
Bigger Than Ben Hur Mixed Dozen
Cost: $137 Where to get it: WineMarket Why it's a good choice: Students drink some unutterable rubbish (I certainly did back in the day). Up the quality options for parties and get-togethers with a case of decent wine.
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Cost: $999 Where to get it: Any telco Why it's a good choice: We suggested a bunch of other Android phones last week, and our readers suggested a bunch more. For study purposes, the Galaxy Tab is appealing: you can use it as a portable, long-battery-life way of accessing your Google life, take notes in lectures, and also waste time tweeting and texting other people on campus.