The D540X is the highest-capacity hard drive on the market today, but the 7,200rpm competition is faster.
Besides offering decent audio quality and a comfortable fit, the Jabra BT160's multiple design faceplates set it apart from most other Bluetooth headsets.
Typical for their price class, the no-frills Sony Handycam HDR-CX130, CX160, and XR160 produce generally subpar HD video, but if you're not picky you'll probably be fine. The CX130 is the best buy of the three, as long as you go cheap on the memory card.
If you want a beautiful-looking device with killer battery life, consider the Sony NW-E400 series.
Sony's 20GB HD1 looks, sounds, and feels amazing, but you'll have to sacrifice an extra wad of cash, not to mention native MP3 and WMA file support.
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Though the LG LX160 doesn't have a lot of features and its display isn't the best, it's a serviceable, low-end yet basic phone for those who don't want a lot of extra features.
With its low-end specs and mediocre camera, the Envoy II isn't worth buying -- especially since the Samsung Chrono 2 comes in at a cheaper contract price.
Though they look a little cheap, the JVC Flats are lightweight, comfortable on-ear headphones that sound surprisingly good for sub-$15 headphones.
The Sony NW-E000 is a compact, stylish flash MP3 player that those who can tolerate SonicStage should consider, but beware the unintuitive interface.
While the Flip is a slight upgrade over Pure Digital's well-received Point & Shoot Video Camcorder, this year RCA's Small Wonder EZ201 is the better choice for most buyers.