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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

Micro Mini Hard Drive 8GB

Spacious Portable Hard Drive

CyberTablet 8600

Displeasing Tablet with Windows Software Bundle

Mercury On-The-Go FW 800+USB 2.0

Attractive Transparent Portable Hard Drive

Photosmart 475

Road-Worthy Snapshot Printer

Quake 4

Never ever tell a cybernetic beast his legs look like Martian toothpicks. Quake 4 picks up mere seconds after Quake II (no, we didn't miscount - the multiplayer-only Quake III: Arena wasn't part of the Quake storyline). You play as Matthew Kane, a soldier in an invasion force that breaks through the hole in the defenses of humanity's greatest interstellar enemy, the Strogg. It's up to you to take down remaining enemy munitions, penetrate the heart of the Strogg empire, and teach your alien adversaries that two can play at genocide.