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Gateway FX6710

Gateway FX6710

Gateway continues to deliver good value to gamers; the FX6710 gets a Q9400 CPU, 750GB hard drive, 6GB RAM and an ATI Radeon 4850 card, all for less than a base model MacBook.

Dell M6400 Covet

Dell M6400 Covet

Dell rarely names specific laptops, making the M6400 Covet unique: it’s basically a loaded M6400 with a 17″ 1920×1200 backlit screen, 1GB Quadro 3700M card and an orange case.

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Nokia N810 WiMAX

Nokia N810 WiMAX

Nokia’s N810 WiMAX edition is now available; the internet tablet requires that you live in Baltimore for the WiMAX to work, although some Chicago users are reporting success.

Krave ZN4 Flip Phone

Krave ZN4 Flip Phone

Motorola’s Krave ZN4 features an interactive clear flip on the outside as well as a 2.8″ touchscreen; it works with Verizon’s V CAST media network along with bluetooth and a 2 MP camera.

Ego Flash BT Handsfree

Ego Flash BT Handsfree

The Ego Flash bluetooth handsfree unit sports a 1.6″ OLED display, reads back text messages, pairs with up to 10 phones and will even stream MP3s from your phone to your car stereo.

Toshiba Portege R600

Toshiba Portege R600

Toshiba’s Portege R600 is their flagship ultraportable laptop, weighing only 2.4 lbs and measuring 0.77″ thick. It has an LED-backlit display, a Super Multi drive and up to a 128GB SSD.

USBConnect Quicksilver

USBConnect Quicksilver

The USBConnect Quicksilver makes hooking laptops up to 3G/EDGE networks a breeze: they’ve crammed the whole modem into a tiny USB dongle. It’s free with an AT&T’s DataConnect plan.

Apple 24″ Cinema Display

Apple 24″ Cinema Display

Apple’s 24″ LED-backlit Cinema Display sports the same black bezel of its iMac and new MacBook lines; it’ll get 1920×1200, built-in iSight and mic, stereo speakers and a 3-port USB hub.

Pantech Matrix Cellphone

Pantech Matrix Cellphone

Exclusive to AT&T, the Pantech Matrix has a unique dual-sliding keyboard: QWERTY horizontally, a number pad vertically. It’s also 3G enabled with Bluetooth and A-GPS.

Acer Aspire X3200 HTPC

Acer Aspire X3200 HTPC

Blu-Ray just got a lot more affordable: Acer’s Aspire X3200 HTPC squeezes in a Blu-Ray drive alongside a 2.1GHz AMD CPU, 4GB RAM and a 640 GB HDD, all for only $680.

Apple MacBook Air

Apple MacBook Air

Along with the MacBook and MacBook Pro lines, the MacBook Air gets the new NVIDIA 9400M chipset which promises 4x faster graphics; also, a 120GB HDD and Mini Display port.

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4″

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4″

The MacBook Pro’s 15.4″ model gets a 0.95″ unibody case; it also sports an iMac-like bezel, multi-touch glass trackpad, NVIDIA 9400M chipset + 9600M GT and chiclet-style keyboard.

Apple MacBook

Apple MacBook

The 13.3″ MacBook finally gets a metal enclosure; also: a NVIDIA 9400M chipset, multitouch trackpad and LED-backlit display. It maxes out at 2.4 GHz and 2 GB RAM, and weighs 4.5 lbs.

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USB Webmail

USB Webmail

Old-school AOL users, you’ve got mail: this USB-powered webmail notifier will light up in red, blue or green whenever you get mail; every instance can be associated with a sound.

Sony Ericsson W760a

Sony Ericsson W760a

For AT&T: Sony Ericsson’s W760a is the first Walkman with 3G speeds; you can also shake it to change music, like the iPod Nano. Other stats: 2.2″ screen, 3.2 MP camera and FM tuner.

Galactica Case Mod

Galactica Case Mod

Calling Admiral Adama: this Battlestar Galactica case sports an actual LED-lit hangar bay, CIC screens, and a BSG crest that doubles as an optical drive; even the monitor is modded.

LaCie 5Big

LaCie 5Big

Dave, I think you should buy this: it looks like HAL, but LaCie’s 5Big only wants to save files. It features 5 swappable bays up to 7.5 TB, with USB 2.0 and SATA ports for external drives.

Samsung NC10 Netbook

Samsung NC10 Netbook

Available for preorder: Samsung’s 10.2″ NC10 is slightly faster than Asus’ Eee PC 901, with a roomier anti-bacterial keyboard. It also gets a built-in 1.3MP camera, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Zalman FPS Gun Mouse

Zalman FPS Gun Mouse

It’s not for everybody, but Zalman’s FPS Gun Mouse has a friggin’ pistol grip: how crazy is that? On the fly DPI switching (max 2000 DPI), 5 buttons and a gold-plated USB connector: we’re sold.

iPod Cassette Cases

iPod Cassette Cases

Mixing old with new, Contexture Designs uses repurposed cassette tapes and turns them into iPod nano cases; they’re designed to fit only 1st and 2nd gen, and are one of a kind.

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SteelSeries WoW Mouse

SteelSeries WoW Mouse

More = good for gamers, but this SteelSeries Mouse for World of Warcraft players really pushes the limit with a whopping 15 buttons and a pulsing internal light with 16 million colors.

Toshiba U405 WiMax

Toshiba U405 WiMax

Toshiba’s 13.3″ U405-ST550W laptop features 4G XOHM WiMAX and “maxes” out at 4GB RAM; it only works in Baltimore, but Dallas, DC, Philly, Boston and Chicago are coming soon.

BenQ DC C1060

BenQ DC C1060

BenQ’s DC C1060 is their flagship point-and-shoot camera, with a 10 MP sensor, leather grip and max ISO 3200. It also sports a 3x optical zoomm and a 2.7″ viewscreen.

LG KC780

LG KC780

More camera/phone goodness: the LG KC780 is the latest 8 MP cellphone to join the fray; it’s only 13.9mm thick but still has a 2.4″ screen display, and can take DVD-resolution videos.

MSI Wind U120

MSI Wind U120

MSI’s second-gen netbook, the Wind U120, isn’t much different from the U100; it does get a sharper, two-toned design and a 3.5G modem with its own SIM card slot; it’ll launch in December.

Onkyo Wireless Headset

Onkyo Wireless Headset

Forget bluetooth: Onkyo’s MHP-UW2 wireless headset uses a 2.4Ghz wireless connection in order to deliver CD quality audio; the transmitter will work with all current iPods.

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