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Sony Dash

Sony Dash

Tired of waiting around for the mythical, Unicorn-like Apple Tablet? The Sony Dash ($200; April 2010) just might be for you. Sporting a seven-inch touch screen, Wi-Fi, an accelerometer for automatic screen reorientation, a USB port, and stereo speakers, the Dash is a connected Internet viewer and mini-computer, compatible with audio and video content from Sony's Bravia Internet video platform — like Pandora, YouTube, and more — as well as over 1,000 apps from Chumby industries, a NAVTEQ app for directions, and more.

  • Gibson Buckethead Signature Les Paul Guitar

    Say what you will about his weird persona and on-stage fashion, but Brian Patrick Carroll, a.k.a. Buckethead, sure as hell can play a guitar. The Gibson Buckethead Signature Les Paul Guitar ($4,300) is a tribute to his prowess, featuring an oversized, chambered mahogany body, a two-piece maple top, ceramic humbucking pickups with modified electronics and red arcade button kill switches, a marker-less ebony fingerboard, and a high-gloss Alpine White finish that's as striking as the player for which the axe is named.

  • The Storymatic

    Any long-time writer knows the horrors of writer's block, but luckily, The Storymatic ($30) is here to help. By following two simple laws — a main character that changes during the story and doesn't die along the way — The Storymatic's 500 cards, separated by color into gold cards offering a character trait or occupation and white cards that contain a situation or object, help you build a compelling story by simply following along.