EOS 30D

Seriously Superior Digital SLR

Photosmart R927

Affordable, Impressive Camera

iWoofer

This pint-sized cutie has impressive sound but disappointing FM performance. Complete with legs, eyes, and a mouth, the iWoofer will brighten your day with its cheerful, animal-like visage. It features two small front speakers and a woofer on its cute little bottom, encircled by four blue LEDs that light up when powered via AC or 4 AA batteries - the lights can be toggled by a button on the iWoofer's side. Three sound sources are supported: your iPod, a built-in FM radio, or an auxiliary input. With a set of supplied holders, the iWoofer handles and charges (over AC or USB) any iPod from the second generation forward except the nano - a separate iWoofer nano is also available.

DRX-820UL/T

Speedy External DVD Burner

Graphire 6x8 Bluetooth

Wireless Pen, Tablet, and Mouse with Solid Software Bundle

SyncMaster 940BF

Decent LCD Display with Efficient Downloadable Software

Evolt E-330

Unconventional SLR with Live Previewing

PowerShot S80

Ambitious but Dissatisfying Point-and-Shoot Camera

mTune-N

Was your iPod nano meant to be seen and heard? That's your call. Macally's mTune-N headphones have a slot for your iPod nano, so instead of hiding in your pocket, it's out and about for everyone to see - on your head. Accessing the nano's controls is a little tricky if you decide to leave the mTune-N on. The headphones have a 3.5-millimeter jack, so you can connect a male-to-male cable (included) between the headphones and the headphone jack of an iPod or Mac.

miniStack V2

Improved External Hard Drive