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Sony James Bond 007 TX Spy Gear Bundle

Sony James Bond 007 TX Spy Gear Bundle

The Sony James Bond 007 TX Spy Gear bundle ($3,900) brings to you a deadly combo of gear to compliment your spy fetish. Sony has included in this for your eyes only kit a limited edition Sony VAIO TX notebook PC with privacy screen, a Cyber-shot DSC-T50 digital camera and a 1GB Micro-Vault media storage device. All are engraved with the 007 logo and come in a black aluminum carrying case. This kit and one other are being unveiled in conjunction with the upcoming Bond film Casino Royale.

  • Product RED

    While most of the world seems focused on the iPod nano Product RED ($200), there are several other cool products that you can buy to help support this worthwhile cause. The Product RED Chuck Taylor Low ($60) has a design your own feature at their website, but we're actually digging the plain white with red accents that's pre-selected. The Gap Product RED Indigo Hoodie ($75) is one of many good-looking Product RED offerings from the Gap, and the Product RED motoRAZR V3m ($TBA) may be the best-looking RAZR yet. Of course, you could always get a jump-start on everybody and pay for all of the above with your new American Express RED card (Free, 12.9 APR, No annual fee). No matter what you buy, you can know that a portion of the proceeds are going towards the fight to eliminate AIDS in Africa. This fall, RED is in.

  • Nuvo

    While it's not Rosie the Robot from the Jetsons, it is the first home-use humanoid robot — and it's name is Nuvo ($7000). Designed to be a helper and companion, Nuvo is much like a dog that can tell you the time and date, take pictures of your place while you're away, and play music. It reacts to conversational commands, and also reacts to general environmental stimuli like TV shows or guests. To get a better idea of all that Nuvo can do, check out this article from the New York Times. Expensive, yes, but the day of home companion robots is here — and it looks pretty sweet.