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>> Tom Merritt: Welcome to Cnet Top five, where each time we meet, we count down another hot Cnet list.
>> I'm Tom Merritt. Now there's been a flurry of new gadgets released since we last check in on our most wanted gadgets list. What old favorites have been bumped down from the lists of your heart's desire? Let's find out, as we count down Cnet readers most wanted Gadgets. At number five, the iPhone. Well that sets the tone, doesn't it? The hypetastic [assumed spelling] iPhone, teetering on the edge of fallowing out of the top five, admit it, you wanted it more when it was six hundred dollars. It was just more enticing when it seemed so high priced. Coming in at number four, the Sony PS3. How the mighty are falling. Fifty-six weeks on the list, and reduced to standing on the iPhone's head to keep itself above water. What will the rest of the list reveal? Up, to number three, a big Samsung TV. Now, your flat panel lust is unabated, and under two G's. It's no wonder so many of you have this forty-six incher [assumed spelling] on your wish list. Sliding in at number two, the Created Zen 16 gigabytes version, big screen, SD card expansion slot, FM radio, great sound, only two hundred fifty bucks. You know, come to think of it, what could possibly trunk this media player? Before we answer that, let's check in on what you're actually buying. These are the top five, most popular music players according to www.shopper.com. All right. Those are the ones you're buying, but what gadget is the one you want the most? The number one most wanted gadget at Cnet is the Apple Ipod Touch. Despite no FM radio, no expansion card, and a steeper price, the Apple magic still trumps Creative, you crazy gadget fans, you. Watch up for the price drop. Just kidding. Well, that's it for this edition of Cnet top five. 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. I'm Tom Merritt. See you next time.
>> See you next time.
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