The Kindle 2 is hands-down the best e-book yet, but we wish it cost less.
The first 8-MP camera phone for the U.S. is nearly good enough to replace your point-and-shoot, but it's far from perfect.
This portable charger will power your notebook and cell phone simultaneously, but you'll pay a pretty penny.
Slacker is our top choice for streaming music on the iPhone, but it has more limitations than the BlackBerry version.
The N85 is an excellent multimedia, mobile Internet, and GPS device, but it's a bit lacking as a phone.
This visor-mounted Bluetooth speakerphone kit is compact and easy to set up, but it could be louder.
These space-saving PC speakers offer omnidirectional sound and a nifty remote for a reasonable price.
This USB broadband card loads Web sites quickly but has trouble maintaining a consistently strong signal.
The Eternity packs all the multimedia functionality you could ask for, but it doesn't execute flawlessly.
Even though it doesn't support 3G data, the latest Curve's fast processor, sleek design, and Wi-Fi capability make it one of the best smart phones around.
This stylish accessory lets you use your MacBook (or other notebook) with an external mouse and keyboard.