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Oregon Scient. Atomic Clock

Oregon Scient. Atomic Clock

Oregon Scientific’s gadgets are pricey, but you can’t dog real functionality and good design: their sleek Atomic Clock is accurate to the millisecond and also displays the weather.

Samsung 256GB SSD

Samsung 256GB SSD

Samsung’s 256GB SSD is finally going into mass production; with capacities that rival laptop HDDs and blazing fast 200-220MB/s read/write speeds, we can’t wait to get our hands on one.

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N96 Bruce Lee Edition

N96 Bruce Lee Edition

Realizing that anything + Bruce Lee = cool, this limited edition Nokia N96 is engraved with the martial artist’s mug and signature; it also includes an action figure and mini-nunchucks.

USB Man

USB Man

It looks like a medieval torture rack, but USB Man has much simpler intentions: the little guy is actually a powered four-port USB hub with a small footprint and generous 45″ cord.

HP Touchsmart TX2

HP Touchsmart TX2

A 12.1″ tablet notebook with a two-finger touchscreen? Sign us up: HP’s Touchsmart TX2 also features an AMD Turion X2 CPU, Radeon HD 3200 graphics, and up to 8 gigs of RAM.

Eton FR500 Solarlink

Eton FR500 Solarlink

Like something out of Fallout 3, Eton’s FR500 Solarlink is made for worst-case scenarios: this AM, FM, weather and shortwave radio also has a flashlight, beacon and siren.

Das Keyboard II

Das Keyboard II

Fans of clickety clackety keyboards will love the Das Keyboard II; there’s plenty of tactile feedback with its mechanical keys, which can also detect up to 12 simultaneous keypresses.

CoolerMaster Black

CoolerMaster Black

CoolerMaster is banking on the collectibles market with their limited “Black” edition Cosmos cases, due out on 12/11 with a black paint job, tinted side panel and improved cooling.

Falcon NW Core i7

Falcon NW Core i7

CNET has finally found a rig that can hit 60 FPS with Crysis maxed out: Falcon Northwest’s Mach V is loaded with a 3.79GHz Core i7, 12 GB of RAM and 2 x 1GB Radeon 4870s.

AT&T/LG Incite

AT&T/LG Incite

If Samsung’s Eternity has left you hurtin’ for smartphone features, LG’s Incite is joining AT&T’s lineup and runs Windows Mobile 6.1; it also sports a 3″ touchscreen, 3g speeds and WiFi.

Sony DR-BT160 Headphones

Sony DR-BT160 Headphones

Wire haters should check out Sony’s DR-BT160 behind the ear headphones; made for athletes, A2DP stereo bluetooth lets you listen to music while a mic lets you take phone calls.

Motorola MOTO VE66

Motorola MOTO VE66

Motorola’s VE66 is their latest slider phone for shutter bugs; it packs a 5 MP camera with LED flash, auto-focus, and stabilization; other features include WiFi and a 2.4″ TFT screen.

DIY Mac Pro Mini

DIY Mac Pro Mini

It looks like someone had a field day with a shrink ray, but this DIY Mac Pro Mini is actually made from the salvaged mobo of a damaged MacBook and a Macally hard drive enclosure.

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Abarth Powerplay Extreme

Abarth Powerplay Extreme

No, you’re not seeing double: Abarth’s Powerplay Extreme is from the same company that brought us today’s FZ1 naked bike; similarly, it uses an Antec Skeleton case with an i7 Core CPU.

Asus P565 Smartphone

Asus P565 Smartphone

The Asus P565’s 800 MHz CPU makes it one of the fastest WinMo smartphones ever; it also has HSDPA speeds, a 2.8″ touchscreen, bluetooth and a custom Glide UI.

iPod Video Goggles

iPod Video Goggles

We don’t want to know why that guy is smiling, but suffice it to say these iPod Video Goggles offer privacy without extra adapters; they draw power directly from your iPod.

Gateway/Dell Core i7s

Gateway/Dell Core i7s

Both Gateway and Dell are dropping Core i7s into their desktops, and at relatively low price points: Dell’s Studio XPS starts at $999, while Gateway’s FX 6800-01e starts at $1,249.

Noel iPhone Covers

Noel iPhone Covers

The iPhone’s back is plenty glossy, but More’s Noel Covers kick it up a notch with one of four metallic finishes; they protect your phone while still allowing access to all controls and ports.

Oblong g-Speak

Oblong g-Speak

It was only a matter of time before Minority Report’s gesture tech became a reality; made in part by a science advisor for the movie, Oblong’s g-Speak is a “spatial operating environment.”

SteelSeries WoW Keyboard

SteelSeries WoW Keyboard

Made for WoW’s Wrath of the Lich King expansion, this limited edition SteelSeries Zboard allows up to 7 simultaneous keystrokes (“anti-ghosting”) and macro customization.

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Teac/Esoteric AG-H600

Teac/Esoteric AG-H600

New to Teac’s Esoteric line are the AG-H600 digital amp and PD-H600, both of which sport aluminum chassis and large toroid power transformers; an iPod dock will also play videos.

HP dv3510nr

HP dv3510nr

HP’s dv3510nr is the result of Best Buy’s Blue Label program, which asks customers’ most-wanted features. CNET loves it, praising it as a worthy alternative to Apple’s MacBook.

Dell Vostro 860

Dell Vostro 860

With a Celeron CPU, 120GB hard drive and 1GB of RAM, Dell’s Vostro 860 is by no means loaded; however, at $379 for a 15.6″ 16:9 screen, it’s a pretty tough deal to pass up.

Voice Activated R2D2

Voice Activated R2D2

Short of becoming a Jedi, this voice-activated R2D2 does it all; it’ll respond to simple commands, act as a room sentry and even play tag using an infrared sensor to detect motion.

XPS 2.1 50 Speakers

XPS 2.1 50 Speakers

Hercules’ XPS 2.1 50 speakers were actually designed via a poll; in addition, we like the little touches such as line-in on the right satellite and wall-mountability.

Samsung Eternity

Samsung Eternity

AT&T/Samsung’s Eternity is the latest iPhone competitor and nearly matches it toe for toe, with a 3.2″ touchscreen, GPS and 3G data; however, it is a full $50 cheaper with a contract.

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