!!!!!!! Top 10 must-haves !!!!!!!!!
1. Apple Mac Mini
It's a Mac for the masses! And it's sleek and tiny. If you've been thinking about switching from a PC to a Mac, the Mini
may be for you. Its affordable price includes a 1.25GHz G4 processor, 256MB of 333MHz DDR memory, a 40GB hard drive, a 32MB
ATI Radeon 9200 graphics chip, a 24X DVD/CD-RW drive, Panther OS X, and iLife '05. Upgrades to a faster processor, a bigger
hard drive, and a dual-format DVD-burning SuperDrive are also available.
2. Motorola Razr V3
If you want to make an impression but don't want to trade quality for design, look no further than the Motorola Razr V3.
Its hot looks and cool features wowed me. Squeezed into a razor-thin frame, you get full Bluetooth connectivity, a VGA camera,
a USB port, MP3 file support & i'm thinking wma support as well, AOL Instant Messenger, and a Web browser.
3. Sony Ericsson P910a
Looking for the perfect smart phone? Not jumping on the Treo 650 or BlackBerry bandwagon (for some reason)? The Sony Ericsson
P910a could be for you--it's equal parts phone, PDA, and multimedia device. With a high-resolution display, a full QWERTY
keyboard, a camera, Bluetooth support, and massive battery life, the 910a won't disappoint.
4. Nintendo DS
Gaming on the go just got better with the introduction of the Nintendo DS. With its two screens and built-in support for
wireless multiplayer gaming, this portable gaming device is a definite upgrade from the Game Boy Advance. It accepts the newer,
smaller DS game cards but is also fully compatible with GBA games. but I'AM waiting for the release of the PSP o yea, and
if you know games you know extactley what im talking about BABY, The PSP has rich graphics and sound, a 16:9 wide-screen
aspect ratio (480x272; 4.3 inches diagonal), a built-in Memory Stick slot, and Wi-Fi. USB 2.0 is also on board, as well as
32MB of memory. The PSP's controller looks and feels similar to the PS2's, and optional accessories, such as a camera, a keyboard,
and a GPS add-on, will be available. . PS: BIG UP'S TO MY FELLOW FRIEND FNATIC GAMER CHASE JACKSON .
5. Apple iPod
(20GB, fourth generation)
Many have tried, but none have succeeded in displacing the iPod from our list of must-have gadgets. We love almost everything
about this beautifully designed player, and now with the fourth-generation model, battery life is finally improved. Anyone
who doesn't need niche features such as line-in recording or FM radio should appreciate its best-of-breed design and interface;
excellent playlist features; clean, configurable sound; and smooth syncing with both Windows PCs and Macs via iTunes.
6. PalmOne Treo 650
Take the cult-favorite Treo 600 smart phone; give it a high-res display, an Intel 312MHz processor, a removable battery,
flash memory or (flash rom memory) as i call it, an integrated VGA camera with 640x 480 res, video capability, and Bluetooth;
and you get the new Treo 650. And a lot of buzz. Treo fans have been waiting for their new gadget, and it has arrived baby.
7. Creative Zen Micro (5GB, black)
The CEO of Creative Technologies recently declared an MP3 war, with his efforts focused on taking down the almighty iPod
mini. I think one of the strongest weapons in Creative's arsenal is the Zen Micro. Those looking for a micro player packed
with features will enjoy the Zen Micro's 5 gigs of storage, 10 colors options, FM tuner/recorder, removable battery, and voice
recorder--all for about $250.
8. PalmOne Tungsten T5
The Tungsten T5 is a straight-up PDA that packs a lot of power. Along with its 416MHz Intel processor, you get 256MB of
flash memory--the most memory you can get in a handheld to date! Throw in the ability to double as a USB removable drive,
Bluetooth, and MP3-playing capabilities, and this is one gadget that won't let you down UNTIL it breaks it 3 weeks lol :0.
9. Archos Gmini400
Meet the Gmini400 PVP. It's small. It's light (5.7 ounces). It has a 2.2-inch color screen. It plays audio, video, photos,
and games, and it has a 20GB external hard disk. It's the ultimate media gadget--period.
10. Canon EOS 20D
Both experienced photographers and beginners will appreciate the straightforward controls and features of the 8-megapixel
Canon EOS 20D dSLR. Also included with the high price tag are excellent image quality and low-light performance.