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CNET Top 5: Most wanted gadgetsRecession or not, you want these tech toys.
[ Music ] ^M00:00:06.5 >> Tom Merritt: Welcome to CNET Top Five, where each time we meet we count down another hot CNET list. I'm Tom Merritt. Every month we like to take a peek at what gadgets CNET users are adding most to your got it, want it list. What are you drooling over this month? So let's count down the top five tech toys you want most. At number five, the AT&T Tilt, a former number one. And let me say right now, all five of the top five today are former number ones. You just can't let go of Miss September, can you? Quite touching, really. Coming in at number four, the Apple iPhone. Oh yeah. This top five is sort of deja vu. This top five is sort of deja vu. Well, this is good news for Apple, as some have worried that everyone that wanted an iPhone already got one, although, maybe you want two. Up to number three, the LG Voyager. It went out on top at the end of last year, but sags a couple notches to start off 2008. I'm sensing a theme here though. All you want is fancy new phones. Or is it? Sliding in at number two, the Sony Playstation 3. The only thing you want to do more than call someone is shoot someone in a game. And may I congratulate Sony on 75 weeks on the most wanted list. Only 29 weeks until the two-year mark. Kind of like "Dark Side of the Moon" all over again. Before we get to our most wanted gadget of all, let's look at what's bubbling under the top five most wanted. That Panasonic THX whatever. That's a TV, a really nice TV. All right. Let's see who starts the year on top. The number one most wanted gadget at CNET is the Nintendo Wii. Oh Nintendo. How many ways can you force me to say you are most wanted because you are unattainable? It's gone from psychology lesson to tragedy to comedy and then back to tragedy. Unless you have one, and then you get bored with it and ignore it. It's gonna happen to Miss September, too, isn't it. Jerks. Well, that's it for this edition of CNET Top Five. If you haven't created your own most wanted list, register now at CNET.com and get started. Just click up there in the right hand corner. I'm Tom Merritt. See you next time. ^M00:02:28 [ Music ]