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CNET Top 5: CNET Top 5: Most popular gadgets

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CNET Top 5: CNET Top 5: Most popular gadgets

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The hottest gadgets you're looking at on the CNET site.

[ Music ] ^M00:00:06 >> Welcome to CNET Top 5, where each time we meet we countdown another savory CNET list, I'm Tom Merritt. Time to check in on the most popular products again. These are the gadgets you CNET viewers have looked out most often right here at the CNET site, thus, lending them quite an air of hotness. Let's count down, the top 5 Most Popular Gadgets. At number 5, the LG Vu. The love of cell phones continue sparked no doubt by iPhone fervor, but spreading like wildfire to plenty of other smart phone camps and the Vu has one thing iPhone does not -- AT&T Mobile TV. Coming in at number 4, a 50-inch Panasonic Plasma TV. I refuse to say the model names until they come up with a more reasonable naming scheme, but it got our Editors' Choice award in May and take a good look because it's the only non-phone on our list. Up to number 3, the Samsung Instinct, sometimes called the iPhone of Sprint. The Instinct particularly shines at messaging and GPS, though it does lack Wi-Fi, kind of a bummer there. Sliding in at number 2, the Apple iPhone. Still selling well, the stores still have lines, so no surprise, you're still interested, but one phone basking in iPhone's glow, actually is looked at more often than the iPhone. But before we get to number one, let's look at the remainder of the top 10 most popular gadgets. TVs and phones that's all you care about. Alright, let's get to our number 1, the most popular gadget on CNET.com. At number 1, it's the LG Dare, still dominating the Top 5. I guess you should call it the iPhone of Verizon or maybe the iPhone should be called the Dare of AT&T. Our only knack on this phone is the web browsing experience. It's a little disappointing, but that hasn't stopped you all from ogling it. That's it for this edition of CNET Top 5. Our most popular is determined by your page views, so keep viewing pages. I'm Tom Merritt, see you next time. ^M00:02:04 [ Music ]

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