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Belkin WeMo Baby

Anyone who's ever "enjoyed" listening to an entire night's worth of radio buzz from a traditional baby monitor can appreciate the Belkin WeMo Baby ($90). This new system connects to your home network via Wi-Fi, letting you check in on the little one using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. While the free app offers clear digital sound and easy-to-see graphics, you can upgrade to Evoz service for an extra fee and access advanced monitoring, cry notifications, history, and analysis of your baby's sleep patterns.

  • iLP Digital Conversion Turntable

    If you're still trying to get your vinyl collection converted over to an iPhone-friendly format, A) What's taken you so long? and B) You might want to pick up an iLP Digital Conversion Turntable ($100). This handy gadget features an iPad, iPhone and iPod dock built-in right next to the turntable, letting you convert your records straight to the device. Of course, there's a USB port for connecting it to a computer if you'd rather go that route, and RCA outputs mean you can still enjoy your vinyl via a home stereo when you feel like jamming out old-school.

  • iPod Nano 7

    Well, you won't be wearing this one on your wrist. The new iPod nano 7 ($150) mixes the touch controls of the last version with the candybar-style body of the originals. Dropping in October, it features a 2.5-inch multi-touch display, a Home button, Bluetooth, physical controls running down the side of its 5.4mm-thick body, the new Lightning connector, built-in fitness and pedometer, 16GB of storage, and comes in seven colors. Beware of the jelly bean icons.