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Amazon Kindle Touch

The Kindle Touch With Special Offers is an Editors' Choice winner and helps differentiate itself from the competition by having audio support. The $99 model is ad-supported and Wi-Fi only (no 3G).

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Amazon Kindle 2011

If you're just looking for a simple e-reader that's also very lightweight and slim, the Kindle 2011 With Special Offers is a good choice for only $79.

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Altec Lansing Octiv Duo

Altec Lansing's Octiv Duo has dual docks for iPhones or iPods.

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Apple TV

Apple has continued to update and tweak Apple TV, which is why we recently bumped its rating up to four stars.


Apple Magic Trackpad

Apple's minimalist Bluetooth Magic Trackpad is a compact wireless multitouch alternative to a mouse for iMac users who envy MacBooks. It rests flush next to existing Apple Bluetooth keyboards for a seamless look and feel.

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Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch

The Nook Simple Touch earned an Editors' Choice Award and is the only sub-$100, ad-free touch-screen e-reader. Recently, Barnes & Noble upgraded its firmware, resulting in improved performance and battery life.

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Belkin Keyboard Folio for iPad2

There are plenty of keyboard cases out there for the iPad 2, but we consider Belkin's one of the best values.

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Canon PowerShot A1200

The Canon PowerShot A1200 has really good image quality for a budget point-and-shoot.

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Creative D100 Bluetooth speaker

The Creative D100 is our value choice in the portable Bluetooth speaker category.

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Klipsch S4

The S4 came out a few years ago but remains one of the best deals in earphones. The S4i, which can also be had for less than $100, integrates an inline remote and built-in microphone for iPhone calls (it also comes in white). For Android smartphone users, Klipsch also makes the S4a.

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HP Deskjet 3050A e-All-in-One

It doesn't get much more affordable than this for a decent all-in-one printer.

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iHome iA63

The iHome iA63 is a clock radio with a twist--or more precisely, a clock radio that has a motorized rotating iPod/iPhone dock that allows you to turn your device from portrait to landscape mode for video watching with a touch of a button.

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Logitech Harmony 650

Logitech's Harmony 650 may not have the fancier screen of higher-end models, but it's a very solid--and very affordable--universal remote.


Logitech Mini Boombox

This tiny Bluetooth speaker plays bigger than it looks and makes for a good traveling companion.

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Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad

Priced to compete with Apple's Bluetooth keyboard, the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad is a similarly shaped, well-functioning writing tool with a twist: its case doubles as an iPad stand.

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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750

This wireless solar keyboard uses indoor lighting to keep charged. Sweet.


Logitech Z515 portable Bluetooth speaker

The more expensive and smaller Jawbone Jambox has a deeper low-end sound, but it doesn't play quite as loud as the more affordable Logitech Z515, which also offers better battery life.


Monoprice 8247 surround speaker system may be known for its cheap HDMI cables but you can also pick up a very inexpensive surround-sound speaker system that actually sounds pretty decent.

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Roku 2 XS

The Roku 2 XS earned an Editors' Choice as the best media streamer for less than $100. If you don't need all its bells and whistles (it comes with a Bluetooth remote to name one), Roku also has the entry-level Roku LT for $49.99.

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