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Every once in a very long while, I get to review a product that strikes me as a stepping stone toward the future. Microsoft Lync 2010 puts your PC at the center of communication.
Get a peek at the fresh-looking interface of RIM's highly anticipated first tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook.
This cradle device and speakerphone holds your phone in the car, making it ideal for GPS duties. Too bad its audio quality isn’t up to snuff.
With the Jabra Cruiser2, you get above-average call quality. The controls are readily accessible while you're driving, too, and extra features add to the product’s usefulness.
The Era offers decent sound quality, and working with it requires only a few flicks of the wrist and a couple of finger taps and button presses.
The least-expensive monaural headset tested to date is impressive: The controls are easy to reach, the fit feels solid, and the call quality isn't too shabby.
The pricey Motorola Finiti delivers a novel earpiece style and impressive noise cancellation in windy conditions.
The bulky design of this over-the-ear headset failed to deliver a secure fit, and in testing its call quality fell short.
Though this headset offers voice control and lets you choose between two wearing styles (hook or no hook), its call quality is mediocre.
If you rely on your cell phone and Skype, this Plantronics package neatly turns your PC into a Bluetooth communications hub. The headset performs reasonably well most of the time.
Lenovo's latest ultraportable laptop is a long-running dynamo with a great keyboard.
Get an up-close tour of the HDC HD7S for AT&T, which packs in a 4.3-inch screen and Xbox Live in a thin, lightweight body.
The Lifebook T580 offers Windows 7 Tablet PC capability, but the price is too steep for what you actually get.