We preferred the miDock10’s audio over the miDock Studio’s. Best of all, the miDock10 is $50 cheaper.  Polk Audio is a reputable maker of quality audio products, and the company finally jumped on the iPod bandwagon by releasing a pair of iPod speakers, the miDock Studio and the miDock10. Did Polk Audio miss the iPod party? Not really, since the party is still going on. Consider Polk Audio fashionably late, and fortunately, the miDock Studio and the miDock10 have the goods to stand out from the crowd.

B2 Wassup

You’ve just been served - by a dancing thingy that loosely resembles a rabbit.  It’s not enough that you dance to your music - your speaker wants to get its groove on too. The dancing speakers we’ve seen are toy-quality dogs, cars, and even something called an iZ. And now there’s Wassup, a dancing speaker in the form of a…rabbit? Well, that’s the closest thing we could determine that it resembles.

Matias Tactile Pro 2.0

We turn up the volume on this click-clacking keyboard in our full review.

3Dconnexion SpaceNavigator PE

If you use one of its compatible apps, this knob-like navigation device could be your just deserts.

Griffin Technology iMic

The iMic can help you digitize your crates of vinyl records.  What’s your excuse for not digitizing your vinyl copy of Dark Side of the Moon? Wait, let us guess - you haven’t figured out how to connect your turntable to your Mac, huh? The red and white jacks from the turntable don’t match any ports on your Mac. What you need is an iMic. The iMic is handy for connecting a turntable, tape player, or any other audio device to your computer.

Newer Technology MAXPower G4/7448 2.0GHz

Newer Technology is giving geriatric G4s a second childhood, and that's not a bad thing.

Portable power players.

Kodak Easyshare 5300

Fine prints if you've got the time.

The complete Mac|Life review will help you get the most from Apple's smartphone.

This line of car stereo system is one of the increasingly common ones engineered for the iPod.