AT&T Wireless OgoWireless Ogo
AT&T Wireless OgoWireless Ogo If Research in Motion made a handset for the Britney Spears set, it would probably look a lot like the Ogo, sporting a big, friendly QWERTY keypad, a massive display, and a wacky plastic case that could just as easily hold gum drops as cellular circuitry. Don’t get us wrong: The… (0 comment)

Apple iPod Photo
The iPod has always been the model of simplicity a great music player with no extra pretensions. Thats why in April of last year, Apple president Steve Jobs avowed his companys commitment to the iPod with the Clintonesque quip, œIts about the music, stupid. But less than a year later, Apple released the iPod Photo,… (0 comment)

Sony Vaio VGN-T150P
Performance or portability: You get only one. And either way, its gonna cost you. This tried and tested aphorism remains true today, and Sony once again proves that when it comes to Vaio notebooks, its gonna cost you even more. Sonys latest executive toy, the T-series Vaio, is a capable yet still underwhelming entry into… (0 comment)

Belkin Wireless Pre-N Router
Feeling a little inadequate? It could be your routers fault. After all, even though most 802.11g routers claim to hit 54Mbps and broadcast up to 300 feet, none of them actually do. Thats why industry wonks have been chortling wildly about the next step in Wi-Fi, 802.11n. Alas, the 802.11n standard is still a long… (0 comment)

Audiovox PPC-6601
A performance-enhancing drug scandal can end your pro sports career, but if youre a phone, it only adds to your allure. Slider phones have come a long way from the early days of the puny Kyocera V5, and the muscle-bound Audiovox PPC-6601 has clearly been juicing — bulking up with a built-in keyboard, Bluetooth, and… (0 comment)

Eclipse Solar Gear Solar Backpack
Dirty hippies rejoice! Sure, we all love frolicking in the patchouli fields, but that doesnt mean we want to leave our notebooks behind. The solar Eclipse backpack can charge a cell phone in about three hours, so long as the sun is shining bright. With three major compartments and a peck of packable pockets, the… (0 comment)

Sony Ericsson K700i
Lighten up, buddy. If your workweek exceeds 60 hours and your other car is the A train, you need a little time off. Barring that, you need a Sony Ericsson K700i. With a built-in FM radio, a VGA camera, and 3D games, its about as much fun as you can have with a cell phone… (0 comment)

Motorola Razr V3
You need a little help. Its not that you’re unattractive, by any means. But you could probably use a bit of guidance to give your image a much-needed boost. Or, for less than the cost of a weekend fashion retreat, you could just grab a Motorola Razr V3. Named for its slim, razorlike profile, the… (0 comment)

Targus Wireless Multimedia Presenter
Fumbling with someone elses cheap presenter can make your presentation look as trashy and disjointed as Anna Nicole on a weeklong Popov binge. Ah, the freedom of your own remote. Not only is the Targus Wireless great for presentations with its hotkeys that effortlessly let you jump between programs and launch your browser or e-mail,… (0 comment)