The Motorola Z Droid already has a good camera. But if you're relying on your phone to be your only camera, "good" isn't good enough. That's where the Hasselblad True Zoom Camera comes in. Taking full advantage of the Z's Moto Mods back connector, the True Zoom adds a 1/2.3-inch 12-megapixel sensor that has bigger pixels for increased image quality and a 10x optical zoom. There's also an upgraded flash, a real shutter button and grip, and the ability to shoot in RAW, and since it's literally attached to your phone, it makes it super-easy to share your best shots.
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It's tough to find an oven that's cool enough to highlight here. Everyone knows they're just not as sexy as the latest gadget or sports coupe. And while very little people are actively looking for one, we've gotten some requests from a couple of current home builders to find a nice wall-mounted unit for them. After some research, we found the Electrolux Icon Wall Oven ($3200). It looks great and has some advanced features — Intelligent Electronic Oven Control for perfect cooking time and temperature, a Cool Touch oven door, halogen lights, and a ball-bearing rack system for smooth gliding.
Until we close on that 30-room mansion in Connecticut next year, we'll be trying to utilize every last inch of our tiny apartment. All Small & Mighty ($5) will do its part in the laundry nook. The triple-concentrated liquid laundry detergent comes in a tiny bottle and cleans a full load of laundry with just one-third the amount of regular detergent — each bottle does 32 loads, about the same amount as a normal 100oz. bottle.