Maybe it's a little early to be getting in line for these gadgets, but they are coming.
The Lifeband Touch, LG's crack at a smart fitness band, has moments of promise, but just doesn't add up to an experience that's useful or fun compared with the competition.
A pretty great grab-and-go camera bag, the Timbuk2 Informant camera sling is a perfect fit for dSLR or mirrorless camera users who want a lot of storage in a little bag.
Although it's fairly pricey, the House of Marley Bag of Rhythm is a quality portable boom box that throws out a lot of sound for its size.
The Skooba Checkthrough laptop bag offers plenty of room for all your travel necessities, plus a butterfly design that may help speed you through security checkpoints.
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CODi's butterfly style Phantom CT3 laptop bag may help you through airport security checkpoints faster, but you'll pay for the privilege.
Targus takes its familiar Corporate Traveler line and adds a butterfly-style zipper to the Targus Zip-Thru, hopefully aiding your way through airport security checkpoints.
These disappointing ear phones from Sennheiser incorporate an over-the-ear design that hinders the sound delivery of the otherwise excellent speakers.
Smaller and lighter than a typical messenger bag but still able to hold a pro dSLR body, a flash, a couple of small lenses, and a 13-inch laptop, the Tenba Mini Photo/Laptop Messenger Bag is one of the best-designed bags we've seen.
Although it's not a brand new product, Speck showed off it's A-line gadget bag at the CTIA 2010 Fall show. It's the perfect gift for the fashionable gadget-loving gal in your life.
The Speck A-Line Bag isn't just functional, it's incredibly fashionable for a tech bag. Get a closer look at it in this gallery.