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The Best Bag for Your 'Book (Part 2)

If you’re in the market for a new bag and prefer to wear your gear like a turtle wears its shell, check out this collection of backpacks in a variety of sizes and styles.

The Best Bag for Your 'Book (Part 1)

Messenger-style shoulder bags are practical, versatile, and come in a surprising array of shapes, sizes, and styles.

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We've seen the new iMacs and, yes, we want one. Take a look at the way Apple has redesigned its all-in-one computer line. Plus: A humongous software bonus in the form of iLife and iWork '08!

EXO Stereo Monitoring System

More than external computer speakers, the EXO is a speaker system good (and inexpensive) enough to use for either studio monitoring or just MP3s.

After reviewing the eleven browsers discussed within, you'll find there's one true winner in the browser war: you.

Sanyo Xacti VPC-CG65

No larger than a single-scoop cone, Sanyo’s handheld wonder does an impressive job with photos and standard-definition video.

Griffin radio SHARK 2

We expect a 2.0 product to be deep with features, but the radio SHARK 2 lives on the surface.  Digital video recorders radically changed the way people watch TV, so why not apply those tricks to radio? Griffin’s radio SHARK 2 is a USB AM/FM radio tuner that lets you record and play radio content on your Mac. As DVRs do with video, the radio SHARK 2 buffers the audio so you can rewind and pause live shows. But it lacks other important features, such as solid Internet radio integration and dual tuners.

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.

Ambrosia DEFCON

Think you have what it takes to survive a thermonuclear apocalypse? Find out with this great piece of software.