Gift-giving is a beautiful thing, but it inevitably sets precedents. Last Christmas, Google's employees were each handed a customized Galaxy Nexus to take home, which means they'll be expecting something just as nice this year. One solution would be the Nexus 4, but Mountain View is far too smart to let its festive joy hinge on LG's supply chain. Instead, it's apparently taking the safer route of letting workers choose for themselves: either the excellent Nexus 7 (it's not clear which capacity, but we'd guess 32GB) or a wonderful new Samsung Chromebook, or a recently Jelly Beaned RAZR M. So go on, tell us, if all the right hypotheticals were in place, which would you pick?
|Nexus 7 (32gb) -- because I've been good this year||14634 (47.0%)|
|Samsung Chromebook (late 2012) -- because I've been naughty but productive||4986 (16.0%)|
|Motorola RAZR M -- because we own them, don't we?||2771 (8.9%)|
|$200 -- because let's be honest, I'd just eBay it anyway||8734 (28.1%)|