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Sony GPS-CS1 GPS Camera Accessory

Sony GPS-CS1 GPS Camera Accessory

Ever looked at an old picture and wondered where in the heck it was taken? With the Sony GPS-CS1 GPS device ($150; Sept.), you'll never have to wonder again. It records latitude, longitude and time readings that can be downloaded to your computer and synchronized with photo files from your digital camera, letting you to know exactly where they were taken. The 12-channel GPS unit is 3.5-inches long, weighs two ounces, and has a handy carabineer clip.

  • Tiffany 1837 Compass

    With graduation season coming up once again, it's time to start finding some unique gifts for the new high school and college grads on your shopping list. For the one who's always been an adventurer, check out this 1837 Compass from Tiffany and Co. ($210). It features a highly-accurate compass encased inside a stately sterling silver box. Hey, it's definitely better than those "ball" ones that you can buy at the truck stop to stick on your dash.




  • Forever Flashlight

    We've all been there — the power goes out during a storm and you reach for the flashlight, but it's completely dead and there's no batteries in sight. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a flashlight that never needed batteries? There is. The Forever Flashlight ($25) uses electromagnetic energy created by you to produce light on demand. Just shake the flashlight back and forth for 15-30 seconds, and enough
    electricity is generated to light its bright
    blue LED bulb for up to five minutes of
    continuous use.