Lacie Lego Bricks
Lacie finally ads some fun to the product line in the form of Lego building blocks. The desktop versions have a capacity of 500 GB and the smaller mobile ones top out at 120 GB. Available in red, white and blue, they are, of course stackable.
Nokia 770 Internet Tablet
The Nokia 770 is a small version of your laptop with an Internet browser that actually supports Flash, Acrobat, Internet radio, mail, and MediaPlayer. Also, you'll be able to stay up on your music and movies as it handles MPEG, AVI, WAV and MP3s as well.
Touting a 30 GB capacity hard drive and a Compact Flash slot for extended storage, the possibilities are endless for the new Zen Vision. Lightweight and compact, you'll be able to view movies, listen to audio and store pictures quickly and easily.
Sony Ericsson MMR-60 FM Transmitter
Sony drops this little attachment to extend the possibilities of the w900 phones to allow you to listen to your stored MP3s in the car. The MMR-60 clips to the bottom of the phone and transmits a short-range FM signal to your stereo.
Sony VAIO XL1
Digital Living System
The Sony VAIO XL1 has a ton of features that you'd expect and of course has the quality of most Sony products. But the most important feature is that you can load the 200-disc changer with either CD or DVD's and have it automatically rip them all to the hard drive. This is good if you've been lagging on condensing your music library or have access to someone else's collection for a limited time.
With 6 hours of playback, the DVD-LS90 will help you get through a long plane flight, car ride, or the waiting room sit of my horrible HMO doctor. With the ability to read almost every format of disc, you'll be entertained while you contract the bird flu from the corpse next to you filling out forms in triplicate while you try to figure out why the doctor has veterinarian school certificates on the wall.
Motorola Razr v3 Pink
Yes it is the same Razr as the black or silver one, but now it comes in blue as well as pink.
Stanton DJ Pro 3000
Around this time every year I get ear infections. Not because of weather, but because during the holidays I have problems coping with my family and regularly drink to excess. Anyone that has slept in a gutter overnight or in a planter with the sprinklers on can inform you, the chance of infections is quite high. Wearing Stanton headphones help keep my ears free of debris along with delivering my favorite drinking songs at crystal clear quality.
So now I've seen the dual iPod mixer fifty times in various publications this month, and granted it's cool, but it's not quite the same as using vinyl. Gemini keeps "real DJ's" happy with this reasonably priced direct-drive turntable. Also keep an eye out for their iTT model that comes in limited edition white colorway.
Sirius Sportster Replay
Sirius Radio rules; not only do they have shows by Bam, Tony Hawk, Eminem, and Lance Armstrong, but they also have gay programming. Now before you snicker and turn into a yoked-out jock and start dropping the "F" bomb, think things through. If you believe in Democracy and America, then you support free speech. If you are against terrorism, then you support people having a voice regardless of whether their views are similar to yours. Every time you say that you support our troops, remember you are also saying you support Gay Rights.
Kodak EasyShare P880
Kodak leaves the safety of inexpensive digicams and jumps a bit deeper into the dark digital waters with their new high-end P880. At 8-megapixel, this D-SLR camera will hang with the best and still come in a couple hundred bucks lower than it's competitors.
Belkin Kickstand Case
Lately my iPod looks about as rough as a Tijuana stripper, the constant heavy petting and rough handling has taken its toll. The new Belkin Kickstand Case keeps the body looking fit by keeping the grime off, but also props it up when sitting on my lap.
Casio Exilim S500GY Camera
Tiny cameras are about as hot as Lexus fog-lights in the '90s. The Casio Exilim is about the size of a credit card and about a half-inch thick. Don't let the size fool you (ladies), this 5.0 mega-pixel, MPEG-4 camera also features Anti Shake to help you reduce the amount of blurry shots you have to wade through after a night on the town.