The 100 Best Products of 2007

The Top 100 Products, Numbers 61 to 70

61. Apple iTunes
(digital music software; free) Even without the continually expanding iTunes store, Apple's music-management application would be one of the best around. Download

62. Gigabyte GA-965P-DQ6
(motherboard; $230) Our favorite Intel-based motherboard may be a bit expensive, but Gigabyte's solid construction and reliability make this model a terrific starting point for assembling an Intel-based computer. Test Report | Check Prices

Iomega NAS
63. Iomega NAS 150d 1TB
(network-attached storage device; $799) This Iomega NAS features decent performance, but the true highlight is its support for hot-swappable drives. Check Prices

64. Fujifilm FinePix F40fd
(point-and-shoot digital camera; $260) Built-in software detects people's faces to help automatically focus the camera on the correct spot. Check Prices

Canon MP600
65. Canon MP600
(inkjet multifunction printer; $180) Great paper handling and fast, high-quality prints make up for this multifunction printer's lack of fax functionality. Review | Check Prices

66. 37signals Backpack
(project-management/organizer software; free trial, or $5 per month and up) 37signals deserves its rep for building great, tightly focused applications. Backpack helps you manage projects through a simple interface that permits you to grab data from lots of sources. Review

67. LG Electronics BH100
(high-def video player; $1200) Why take sides in a format war when LG's player can handle both Blu-ray and HD DVD media? Review | Check Prices

68. Craigslist.org
(Web-based classified ads; free) From housing and jobs to personals and free stuff, you can find almost anything on Craigslist. Web Site

69. BBB.org
(consumer Web site; free) The venerable advocacy organization is still tirelessly looking out for Joe and Jane Consumer. Web Site

70. Fujitsu ScanSnap s500
(scanner; $495) Is the ScanSnap s500 the last scanner you'll ever buy? In a world where documents are increasingly created digitally, it very well may be. Review | Check Prices

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