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For about 300 bucks, you can secure your home and office with this digital system from Logitech.
Sleek has a history of fitting hearing aids and a reputation for producing good-quality earphones.
This mouse allows you to push, pull, tilt, pan and zoom with incredibly smooth motion.
This is the kind of machine that businesses should send out to their mobile executives. The stable operating system and the price can't be beat.
They are small, lightweight and cost about $300.
These silicone adapters for earphones were a hit at the CES 2009 show.
This handheld device lets you mix tracks, mash up albums and store them all at the same time.
A new Apple Mac mini is slated to launch at Macworld 2009.
This speech-to-text program, designed just for Macs, is like having a personal typist.
There is enough memory onboard to store up to seven days of stats, including steps and calorie data.