Don't leave it up to the USPS to track your most sensitive mail properly. At just a fourth of an inch thin, the GPS Mail Logger ($695) is a GPS tracking device that can be mailed in an envelope, tracking the exact location, speed and altitude of your envelope, from the time it leaves you to the time it reaches Publishers Clearing House. [Thanks, Greg]
We're all for one-stop charging stations, and the new Bluelounge Sanctuary ($130) is now one of our favorites. The rounded square-shaped station has a universal charger hidden below its top tray, which allows you to plug in multiple devices at once. It comes with 12 built-in adapters for the most popular gadgets, such as iPods, mini-USB charging devices, most major cellphones, and more, and also offers a powered USB port for supplying your own cable. Simple, sleek, and elegant.
Going beyond the typical GPS system, Dash Express ($400 plus subscription) is an internet-connected navigation device, offering both cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity. This enables it to get real-time traffic data from other users, which it uses to show you the best (quickest) routes to your destination. Other features include local Yahoo! search, the ability to send addresses to the device via the internet, and more. The second generation of GPS starts now.