With a 2.7-inch tilt-and-swivel LCD screen, the Nikon D5000 strikes a great balance between price and features.
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Though the Asus W90VP offers astounding high-res gaming frame rates, its moderate overall performance and weak sound disappoint.
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The new Aliph Jawbone Prime Bluetooth headset does an especially fine job of background noise cancellation.
The PT-01USB Turntable from Numark is designed to easily let you turn your old vinyl records into modern-day MP3 files.
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We know, Mom. We don’t have to get you anything. You don’t want to be a bother. But you wouldn’t turn down a fashionable netbook, a top-notch camera, or a cool music player, right?
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