disko

Call colorful attention to your 'Pod's clickwheel.  The disko elicits two distinct reactions: You either think that the LEDs within the polycarbonate case that encircle the iPod clickwheel are cute, or you giggle at them and squeal, "How cheesy!" Give the disko a good tilt to start the light show - the LEDs are motion activated, and there's no connection between their behavior and the rhythm of your music.

Active Sport

You'd better be somewhat beefy. This easy-to-put-on armband fits both generations of the iPod nano (a bigger version that fits all 5G iPods is available for $34.95), and it works with the Nike + iPod Sport Kit - it even includes a handy shoelace pouch for the sensor half of the Kit. With the armband's sewn-in soft-plastic screen protector, your nano won't get scratched; more importantly, you'll be able to see your nano's display, a boon for Sport Kit users. The pocket behind the nano pouch holds a key or some cash.

Vibe

Lookin' good, soundin' good.  iPod earbuds are instantly recognizable - they also instantly tell the observer that you're using an iPod. V-Moda's Vibe e­arphones may not convey such status (which might be a good thing), but they certainly are eye-catching. And they sound as good as they look.

RoverTv

Record and Watch TV Shows or DVD Movies

MultiSync 195WVXM-BK

Short but Bright Widescreen Display

Perfection V750-M Pro

De-Scratch Black-and-White Photos   

Huckleberry

Improve Your iSight

iPod shuffle

Small size, big music, low price. The new iPod shuffle ditches the stick-of-gum form for a glorified binder-clip design. It's a change we applaud - measuring 1.07 by 1.62 by 0.41 inches, the sleek, aluminum-encased iPod shuffle is a tiny technological treasure.

Photosmart R967

Feature-Filled but Still Ho-Hum Point-and-Shoot Camera

K100D

Attractive SLR Camera for First-Timers