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The new Seagate FreeAgent Xtreme is a simple, straight forward, external hard drive that offers good performance, a decent software bundle, and a price tag that won't dig a hole in your wallet.
While it's on the expensive side, JBL's OnBeat Xtreme is one of the best sounding iPhone/iPad docks we've heard--and it has built-in Bluetooth and speakerphone capabilities.
We'll showcase the video conferencing app that works between Android and iOS devices and offers the best video quality out there.
The Polk Audio miDock Studio sounds good enough, but it lacks many of the extra features found on similarly priced, competing iPod speaker systems.
The D-Link Xtreme N Storage Router DIR-685 is a very good single-band Wireless-N router; however, its extra features hardly justify the price.
Why you should probably pass on this entry-level Android 2.2 phone from a little-known brand.
Panasonic's affordable SC-PT750 home theater in a box delivers DVD upscaling, wireless surround speakers, an iPod dock, and some surprisingly decent sound quality for a great price, though it's short on inputs.
The JBL On Time Micro offers pretty much everything you'd want from a bedside iPod speaker dock-AM/FM radio, such as multiple alarms, good audio, and a remote control. We just wish it did all that for a third of the price.
If you can look past its inability to dock iPads horizontally, the JBL OnBeat is a decent little iPad/iPhone speaker dock that's affordably priced and well-suited for nightstand use.
With the summer gaming drought in full effect, we here at preGame figured it was a perfect time to dive into the world of digital-downloadable games. On today's episode, we'll demo three download-only titles: Deathspank, Limbo, and Blacklight: Tango Down.