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NEW YORK ( TheStreet.com ) - I'm all charged up today! I think it's the new USB charging cable that's out. Sure, it looks like some kind of space-age mutant, but If you're like me and always searching for the right phone charger, then this thing is perfect. Priced at only $10, the " Super USB Mobilephone Charger " helps you avoid the frustration of tangled cords by condensing power supplies for devices from Nokia (NOK) - Get Nokia Oyj Report, Motorola (MOT) , LG, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, the iPhone/iPod (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. Report and more. So what's the downfall? Well, you can only charge one phone or device at a time.

So choose wisely, and add to the mix

Sony's

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new stylish

S-Series Walkman Video MP3 player, featuring high-quality built-in stereo speakers that allow users to blast their favorite tunes out loud. With its thin and lightweight design, the player has a fast response time, with smooth playback at up to 30 frames per second.

But then again, if you're not looking for something on the go, pick up that

Xbox 360 you've been dreaming about, especially now that

Microsoft

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has finally confirmed they're dropping the price. The Xbox 360 Elite goes down to $299, the Pro to $249 and the Arcade stays at $199.

Or perhaps you're more of a Playstation type, who recently purchased an older model PS3 from

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Best Buy

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. Well, now the

new slimmer system is out, but in an effort to keep recent purchasers from returning the product for the new one, Best Buy employees have reportedly been encouraged to avoid the swap by offering a free game instead.

Either way, the new Playstation comes packed with its standard Blu-ray player, but maybe you want the luxury of that feature on the go. Enter Addonics, who have unveiled a

lightweight Pocket Blu-ray/DVD RW, which powers itself via your computer's USB port. But just one minor thing we're forgetting, the display, so unless you're traveling with a laptop or you have a PC monitor tucked away in your suitcase, it's not so portable.

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