Apple iPod Nano (third generation) Video
The Macally TunePro iPod alarm clock offers a gorgeous modern design, above-average audio quality, and an advanced set of controls at an affordable price.
This 19-inch wide-screen monitor packs a punch, with above-average performance, full-sounding built-in speakers, and a very sweet price.
A solid performer with above-average construction and design.
An above-average choice for both novices and photo buffs.
The Cowon iAudio 7 beats the industry heavyweight iPod Nano in price, features, battery life, and sound quality. The user interface could use some refinement, but all in all this is a very impressive MP3 player.
Apple's fifth-generation iPod Nano breathes new life into an old design by adding features such as a video camera, FM radio, voice recording, and a pedometer.
If you're looking for a full-featured iPod remote-control solution with above-average wireless range, the Bexy iMirror is better than most.
Sony's third-generation e-book reader may not have wireless capabilities like the Amazon Kindle, but it's got a touch screen and a built-in reading light.
Apple's third-generation Shuffle is the smallest iPod yet and uses an internal voice to announce song information.
The improved screen, more compact design, and better battery life make the third-generation Kindle a very appealing e-book reader at an affordable price.