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Duo Pinball iPad Controller

We've played some pretty good pinball games on the iPad — but somehow, we still missed the visceral experience of button-mashing that comes from playing a real game. The Duo Pinball iPad Controller ($60) bridges this gap by holding your iPad at a reclined angle and adding a spring-loaded plunger, two side buttons, and realistic bump and tilt mechanics to your iPad via Bluetooth, getting you far closer to the feel of a real machine. It's also compatible with the iPhone and certain versions of the iPod touch, but somehow we guess a smaller screen just won't do it justice.

  • 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.

  • iPod Touch 5

    As goes the iPhone, so goes the iPod touch. The iPod touch 5 ($300-400) is the first major upgrade for the line in two years, and features a 6.1mm anodized aluminum body, an A5 processor, improved battery life, a 5 megapixel iSight camera, a hidden Loop that pops up to let you connect the included wrist strap, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11n 5GHz support, a FaceTime HD camera, Siri, the all-new EarPod headphones, 32 or 64GB of storage, a variety of color choices (!) and — most importantly — the same 4-inch widescreen Retina display found in the iPhone 5. Arriving in October.