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CNET Top 5: CNET Top 5: Most wanted gadgets

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CNET Top 5: CNET Top 5: Most wanted gadgets

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As we head toward the holiday season, what gadgets do you want most?

[ Music ] ^M00:00:04 >> Tom Merritt: Welcome to CNET Top 5, where each time we meet we count down another hot CNET list. I'm Tom Merritt. Once a month we check in on what gadgets you CNET users are adding most to your Gotta Want It lists. And this time of year, is the time to make a list. I mean the holidays are right around the corner. So, let's count down CNET readers most wanted gadgets. At Number 5 it's still the iPhone. The little bugger's hanging on for dear life. The price drop helped, but the locking and the bricking and what not probably doesn't. Coming in at Number 4, the PlayStation 3. Deja vu all over again. It also had a price drop which helped boost it up once again. Cheap Blu-ray player. Just saying. Up to Number 3, the AT&T Tilt. Yes this is the most desired AT&T phone. Not the little touch screen thing. Don't see it myself, but hey it tilts. Sliding in at Number 2, the Zoon. And you prefer the black Zoon over the others, including the brown one. I'm calling it now, Microsoft is on the slow march to dominance once again. Before we get to our most wanted gadget of all, let's look at the top 5 best selling phones, according to www.shopper.com. You do not buy what you say you want. Alright, who's on top? As we inch towards the holidays, which product do CNET users say they want the most? The Number 1 most wanted gadget at CNET is the Nintendo Wii. Of course, cause you still can't get one without launching a large scale investigation of some sort. I mean you practically need to hire a private detective to get your hands on one. And it is a fun holiday gift too. Well, that's it for this edition of CNET Top 5. If you haven't created your own most wanted list, register right now at www.cnet.com and get started. Just click up there in the upper right corner of our website. I'm Tom Merritt, see you next time. ^M00:02:00 [ Music ]

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