The Apple Mac Mini is an unquestioned winner among budget desktops, but HP has a small-form-factor PC whose feature set will woo many would-be Mac Mini buyers.
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Musubo's Ripple case for iPhone 4/4S will attract some people with its design, but unless you're the type to polish your case daily, better stick to darker shades or move on.
The Universal Edition of MyVu's Personal Media Viewer is an interesting PVP accessory that will let you enjoy content on a "larger screen" and in relative privacy, but the design and video quality could use some tweaking.
The 17-inch iMac is missing a few features you might like--SuperDrive and a remote control, to name two--but it still makes a stellar home PC, thanks to its great design, new Core 2 Duo processor, and superior software bundle. Plus, its price makes it a borderline budget PC.
Though stylish, the Apple armband for the iPod Nano is overdesigned.
Apple's iPod Nano Tubes do a fine job shielding the player, but the lack of a screen protector leaves the LCD susceptible to scratching.
Thanks to its limited capacity, the gorgeous iPod Nano isn't for everybody, but it sets the standard for MP3 players to come.
If you own a new iPod or iPhone 3GS, the Apple In-Ear headphones are a great value. Owners of older iPods and iPhones will have to decide whether the mic and remote compatibility issues are worth overlooking for the substantial boost in sound quality.
The iPod Touch is a beautiful product, inside and out, but prepare yourself for sticker shock.
Although Microsoft Office 2007 offers deeper features, particularly for number crunchers, Apple iWork '08 is a strong Mac productivity package and a pleasure to use.