Here's where you find the best of the best, our top digital cameras across the board.
A good option if you're looking for something fast with a viewfinder and tilting LCD, the Sony Alpha SLT-A37 is a solid but not outstanding sub-$800 dSLR-style camera.
The company consolidates its entry-level SLT line into a single model.
The Sony Alpha SLT-A77V is an excellent, well-designed camera for deep-pocketed amateurs; it nevertheless has a few limitations that may make it impractical for professionals.
The Sony Alpha SLT-A99V is a generally great camera that's equally adept at both stills and video, but with a few caveats.
Expensive and probably a bit large for the typical point-and-shoot upgrader, the Sony Alpha SLT-A55V nevertheless delivers the performance and photo quality boost those shooters are expecting.
A solid camera for point-and-shoot upgraders who want to be able to shoot action and video, the Sonly Alpha SLT-A35's bulk may still be a turn-off for some.
It may not deliver fantastic sound, but the Philips Dot has a unique look and is both water- and shock-resistant.
Solid picture quality propels the Samsung LN32A450 LCD TV to the front of small-screen class.
The midlevel Samsung LN46A550 LCD TV strikes an excellent balance between price and performance.
The Philips SoundShooter Wireless has a sharp design and is one of the better-sounding sub-$50 tiny Bluetooth speakers -- and it has speakerphone capabilities to boot.