Logitech MX Revolution and VX Revolution Cordless Mice
These handy mice put the Awe in Awesome when they first hit stores. They are lightweight, wireless devices that have some pretty handy buttons on them that you would not find on any regular mouse. There are forward and backward buttons for an internet browser; a scroll wheel for not only up and down, but also side to side; and a spin switch that scrolls through large pdf books at light speed. They are priced at $80 and $100.
HP Photosmart A716
These small, tightpacked printers were $249. They have a video jack for playing slideshows on the TV and a 4 GB hard-drive for storing photos. The pictures have a great quality to them when printed out, proving that small is better that large in many ways.
Sony DVDirect VRD-MC1
This cool device, priced at $299, turned videos to DVD's. Attach it to a VCR or camcorder, and it re-formatted and copied the video to a DVD as fast as it could be played. It also comes with a 2-inch LCD to watch as the DVD is being burned.
Unotron Washable Wireless Keyboard
If you accidentally spill your soda on this keyboard, you don't have to go buy a new one. Just stick it under the faucet and wash it. Then, like magic, it's good as new. This product is also dustproof. It was priced at an even $80.
Nintendo DS Lite
A new upgrade to the famous Nintendo DS, The Nintendo DS Lite is a tiny 5.9 by 3.3 by 1.1 inches. Why should you buy this new DS? Because the screen, which is not effected by the size, is brighter and has better video quality. The cost of this new system was only $130.