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Chumby One

Chumby One

If you somehow have a need for checking your favorite news, gossip, and media portals away from your computer, smartphone, TV, and every other connected device in your life, perhaps you should consider a Chumby One ($100). This diminutive, Wi-Fi enabled Internet buddy features a unique, widget oriented interface for accessing content, along with a 3.5-inch touchscreen, FM tuner, built-in speaker, 2GB microSD card for storage, and a USB 2.0 port, all tucked inside a cute, kitchen-friendly body.

  • iREV

    With a crazy futuristic design and a host of features, the iREV ($24,000; January 2010) is your new party barge. This Interactive Recreational Entertainment Vessel seats up to 10 people inside its circular decks, and features a central low smoke charcoal grill that can be swapped for a number of other centerpieces, an outboard electric 2-5 hp motor with 8-10 hours of battery life, 4 storage bins, an integrated umbrella, and an optional audio package with marine approved hi-fidelity 500 watt speakers, amplifier, satellite radio and a MP3 connection. Lest you feel selfish for dropping 24 large on a floating bar, you can rest easy knowing it's made in America from 45% reclaimed material, and is 80% recyclable.

  • Black & Decker Power Monitor

    Looking for a way to monitor your energy usage and cut down on power bills during the economic crunch? Check out the Black & Decker Power Monitor ($100). This easy-to-use device provides real-time electricity use, cost, and outdoor temperature readings, thanks to a wireless sensor that attaches to your electricity meter. Offering an Appliance Mode that isolates the cost of individual appliances or gadgets, it could save you up to 20% each month on your power bill — meaning it should pay for itself in no time.