Lytro cameras promise to let you shoot first and focus later. The company's first-generation light-field camera is due by the end of the year.
The new version of Windows Phone 7, code-named Mango, includes substantial improvements to the OS's search capabilities and entertainment options.
Alienware's Aurora is a desktop performance-level gaming PC that's housed in a relatively small case.
Livescribe's Echo smartpen has been revamped to include shortcuts for sending notes to popular Web services, such as Facebook and Google Docs. The entry-level 2GB version now costs $99.
Dell has announced the thinnest 15.6-inch Windows laptop ever, the XPS 15z. At less than an inch thick and 5.5 pounds, this laptop goes after the 15-inch MacBook Pro and costs $800 less.
Casio G'zOne Commando brings Android to the outdoors in a sleek, yet rugged phone, and has been designed for people who require a smartphone that can endure the toughest elements.
The HTC Droid Incredible 2 for Verizon is a fantastic upgrade from its predecessor in terms of its display, design, and camera, but it lacks 4G support and doesn't run the most recent version of Android.
While Samsung's Series 9 laptop is $350 more than the MacBook Air, it features a faster processor, a matte screen, an ethernet jack, and twice the RAM. If you can afford it, Samsung's high-style superthin laptop will make you the envy of your friends.
The HTC ThunderBolt connects to Verizon’s 4G LTE network at lightning-fast speeds, making this impressive piece of hardware useful for those who routinely run high-bandwidth apps.
With an F1.8 lens, a full array of manual controls, and some creative in-camera extras, the Olympus XZ-1 is a very versatile camera, though not the easiest one for novices to use.
The Samsung Droid Charge for Verizon offers a nice AMOLED display and fast LTE downloads, but you'll have to deal with iffy battery life, a cluttered UI, and a clunky design.
Casio's Tryx camera has a unique, shape-shifting body that and can be twisted into a number of shapes to aid with different shooting situations. The edges of the camera turn into a 360-degree rotating frame that can support the camera like a kickstand or be used as a grip for both left-handed and right-handed shooters.