2007 Honda Fit Video
Honda's reputation for practical economy is shown in the Civic Hybrid, well built and simply designed to sip fuel. Interior tech options are usefully done, making this Honda a great commuter sedan.
The 2007 Toyota Yaris is suitable for city errands and short commutes but few other applications. Good fuel economy is nice, but poor road conditions can easily upset this little car.
A fairly basic but well-designed phone for those who want to add a personal touch to the task of making calls.
The 2006 Chevrolet Impala LTZ makes for a comfortable commuter and gives occupants a little low-priced luxury, but average fuel economy will pinch pocketbooks for longer drives.
The Sony MFM-HT75W is a snazzy, well-designed dual-purpose LCD that will please those who want a display that can work and play simultaneously.
Despite its friendly price tag and its good looks, the Valkyrie Dual-Bay NAS server isn't a well-designed network storage device, and its slow performance will sure make you think twice about getting one.
The 2006 Honda Civic Si is a real performance bargain that also offers good mileage and emissions ratings. The quality of the electronics is equivalent to that found in much pricier vehicles. Simple standard features fit the car's mission well, signaling
The Dell S2330MX and S2230MX are well-performing, well-designed general purpose monitors with a pleasing aesthetic at a great, low price.
The Samsung SyncMaster F2380 is a well-designed monitor with good performance that skimps on connection options.
Though it is a basic camera phone, the LG VX5400's well-designed keypad and great performance makes it a good choice for those who don't need a cell phone with a lot of features.