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The Top 100 Products, Numbers 81 to 90

81. TripAdvisor
(travel community site; free) The granddaddy of travel community sites, TripAdvisor is unequaled in the breadth and depth of its hotel reviews and in its forums, where you invariably find users who can answer the most specific destination questions. Web Site

MacBook Pro
82. Apple MacBook Pro
(power notebook; $1999 and up) The latest iteration of Apple's beautiful MacBook design has fast Core 2 Duo CPUs and ATI Radeon graphics chips--great for OS X or Boot Camp-ing into Windows for a little gaming. Review | Check Prices

83. Avira AntiVir Personal Edition Classic
(antivirus software; free) One of the few good, free antivirus applications left, Avira's AntiVir is perfect for troubleshooting a dodgy system. Review | Check Prices

(community Web site; free) Marc Andreesen's latest venture lets you quickly build MySpace-like community sites focused around whatever interests you have. Review

85. Check Point Software ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
(security software; $50) This utility bundles a Kaspersky antivirus engine with the inimitable ZoneAlarm firewall. Review | Download Store

Sansa Connect
86. SanDisk Sansa Connect
(MP3 player; $250) Far better than Microsoft's Zune, the Sansa Connect lets you listen to Internet radio or download songs over any open Wi-Fi connection. Review | Check Prices

(security Web site; free) This site is a great resource if you suspect your antivirus software has fallen short. Upload a file, and VirusTotal runs it through 32 antivirus engines. Review

88. Flurry
(mobile e-mail; free) Even people who don't own a PDA phone sometimes need a quick e-mail fix. Flurry provides it, via an easy-to-set-up Java app that runs on most recent phones and works like a charm. Review

89. Oki Printing Solutions C3400n
(color laser printer; $400) Oki's compact, entry-level color laser is a great fit for a small office, with high-quality text output and fast color prints. Review | Check Prices

90. nVidia GeForce 8800 GTX
(graphics chip set; $550 and up) This offering is still the fastest in DirectX 10 graphics, apart from nVidia's crazy $1000 GeForce 8800 Ultra. Check Prices

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