IPod shuffle

1. Name That Tune
The incredible shrinking iPod shuffle is now half the size of the previous generation, and it's learned how to speak—letting you know which songs or artists are on your playlist.

$79; Apple.com
Canon Selphy CP780

2. Fresh Prints
If some of your most beautiful digital snaps have been languishing on your computer, this compact printer can whip up four-by-six-inch hard copies in no time.

Canon Selphy CP780, $99; eStore.usa.canon.com
Sony Vaio VGN-P688

3. Is That a PC in Your Pocket?
Available in four jewel tones, this super-lightweight computer—it's 1.4 pounds and about the size of a business envelope—can fit in a jacket pocket or purse.

Sony Vaio VGN-P688, starting at $999; SonyStyle.com
iHome iHM10P

4. Stereo to Go
Massive surround-sound systems have their advantages, but the portable pizzazz of this neon iPod speaker is hard to resist.

iHome iHM10P, $25; iHomeAudio.com
Rollei Rolleiflex MiniDigi AF 5.0

5. Vintage Vision
Call it a bonsai camera: a miniature digital replica—intricately detailed and totally functional—of a vintage Rolleiflex.

Rollei Rolleiflex MiniDigi AF 5.0, $299; BHPhotovideo.com
Flip MinoHD

6. Movies on Demand
Despite weighing just over three ounces, the Flip MinoHD video camera has built-in software and a pop-up USB arm for uploading your latest YouTube-ready masterpiece.

$230; TheFlip.com

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