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Canon SD990

Canon SD990

The Canon SD990 is the new top of the line ELPH, packing a massive 14.7 megapixels. You’ll also get 3.7x optical zoom, 1/1600s shutter speed, and the DIGIC 4 image processor.

Iomega eGo Helium

Iomega eGo Helium

Iomega’s eGo Helium is a portable 2.5″ hard drive for MacBook Air owners; it sports a sleek, 1″ thick anodized aluminum case that weighs only 7 oz, yet can withstand falls of up to 51″.

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Sennheiser VMX Office

Sennheiser VMX Office

Renowned for their headphones, Sennheiser’s VMX Office bluetooth headset can switch between desk phone, cellphone and PC with the touch of a button; its range is 35 meters.

NeKo LUX Keyboard

NeKo LUX Keyboard

Awesomest. Keyboard. Ever. NeKo’s LUX Keyboard is dipped in 24kt gold, packs 4GB RAM, a 4 Terabyte hard drive, Blu-Ray burner, 10 audio ins/outs and 100,000 preset sounds.

Canon SX10 IS

Canon SX10 IS

Like the Olympus SP-565, Canon’s SX10 is ideal for shooting from afar, with a 20x optical zoom and image stabilization. This 10 MP camera also captures hi-res stills while shooting video.

HP HDX16t Laptop

HP HDX16t Laptop

HP’s HDX16t laptop is like a mini-home theater, especially if you get the 1920×1080 full HD 16:9 ratio screen and optional TV tuner; also included are a Blu-ray drive and subwoofer.

Casio EX-FH20

Casio EX-FH20

Speed demons will love the Casio EX-FH20, which can shoot movies at 1,000 fps and do burst shots at 40 fps. It’s a user-friendly and lighter alternative to its big brother, the EX-F1.

JVC HXD77J

JVC HXD77J

JVC’s HXD77J isn’t for the faint of heart–this monstrous boombox features separate amps for the woofers, tweeters and subs, all of it blasting 540 watts to its 4-way speakers.

Beolab 5 Speakers

Beolab 5 Speakers

Nearly five years old, Bang & Olufsen’s BeoLab 5s are still crave worthy. These Dalek-like speakers have 2500 watts on tap and sweet spots wherever you sit. Thanks, Nicole!

Canon EOS 5D Mk II

Canon EOS 5D Mk II

Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II is a shot across the Nikon D90’s bow, as it also features full HD recording; it’s packed to the gills, with 21.1 MP, a full-frame CMOS sensor and max 25.6k ISO.

HTC Touch HD

HTC Touch HD

The HTC Touch HD is video-centric cellphone, with a gorgeous 3.8″ WVGA screen, front-facing VGA camera, and 5 MP camera on the back. Note: the 3G speeds are for Europe only.

Luminodot

Luminodot

Bandai’s Luminodot is like a Lite-Brite on steroids, with space for up to 3500 pegs on its 70×50 screen. If you can find someone in Japan to buy it for you, it’ll be available in October.

Leica M8.2 Camera

Leica M8.2 Camera

Targeted towards well-heeled camera connoisseurs with a six grand price point, the Leica M8.2 gets luxuries such as a metal blade focal plane shutter and sapphire crystal screen.

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Onkyo TX-NR906

Onkyo TX-NR906

The Onkyo TX-NR906 is a top of the line receiver (with the price to match): this 7.1 channel receiver has 1080p video upscaling, 145 watts per channel and can stream audio.

Metallica Headphones

Metallica Headphones

You don’t have to be a greying rocker to appreciate these limited edition Metallica headphones, made in collaboration with Skull Candy. Choose from two designs: Hesh or Lowrider.

HP TouchSmart IQ816

HP TouchSmart IQ816

HP’s TouchSmart IQ816 series tops off their line of all-in-one touch screen PCs; this 25.5″ beauty gets a TV tuner, webcam, bluetooth, and can be wall mounted. It’ll be available 10/12.

HTC Touch 3G

HTC Touch 3G

HTC’s Touch 3G is the successor to their original Touch, and uses their next-gen TouchFLO interface for improved feedback. It sports a 2.8″ screen, 3G JSDPA and 3.2MP camera.

Lomo Action Sampler

Lomo Action Sampler

Lomo’s Action Sampler is a novelty 35mm camera that takes four pictures in one second, and then combines them into a single print. It’s a cheaper version of their Fisheye.

MS Wireless Keyboard 6000

MS Wireless Keyboard 6000

Microsoft’s Aero interface is translated into reality with their Wireless Laser Keyboard 6000; both the border and media buttons are translucent, dressing up an otherwise utilitarian design.

Motorola i576

Motorola i576

What Motorola’s i576 cellphone lacks in looks, it makes up for with ruggedness. Military certified for dust, shock, vibration and extreme temps, it also includes Bluetooth and GPS.

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Sony Ericsson G705

Sony Ericsson G705

Sony Ericsson’s sexy G705 slider phone is coming Q1 2009 to the States, and will get tri-band 3G and YouTube compatibility. Also: auto-rotating screen orientation and a built-in GPS.

Sony Vaio NS

Sony Vaio NS

Sony’s new Vaio NS has a singular, but powerful claim to fame: this 15.4″ laptop gets a Blu-ray drive. Not bad for a sub-$1000 notebook, although you’ll be stuck with integrated graphics.

Antec Skeleton PC Case

Antec Skeleton PC Case

The Antec Skeleton PC case takes care of ventilation by stripping out most of the walls and slapping a 250mm fan on top; in total, there’s room for 7 expansion slots and 4 drive bays.

Lumix DMC-G1

Lumix DMC-G1

Not quite a DSLR yet not quite a point and shoot, Panasonic’s 12.1MP Lumix DMC-G1 uses a micro four thirds system that loses the mirror and prism but allows for swappable lens.

Fitbit

Fitbit

Using a motion sensor a-la-Wii, the Fitbit tracker can monitor your exercise levels and the quality of your sleep. The portable clip-on form factor and Wi-Fi syncing are tres cool, too.

LG Lotus

LG Lotus

LG’s Lotus is like a cellphone-ized version of the last gen Nano, with a squat clamshell design, full keyboard, 2MP camera and stereo bluetooth. It’ll be available with Sprint in October.

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