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Sony Reader Wi-Fi

Despite the proliferation of iPads tablets, there's still a demand for regular ol' eReaders — and the new Sony Reader Wi-Fi ($150) is as good a choice as any. Billed as "the lightest touch screen 6-inch eReader ever," it weighs under six ounces, and features a six-inch E-Ink touch screen, compatibility with common file formats like EPUB, PDF and TXT, 2GB of storage capacity, a battery life of over one month, and, of course, built-in Wi-Fi for downloading new titles.

  • Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear

    If you're watching 3D content, odds are you're being forced to wear some questionably fashionable glasses — so why not make the most of it? Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear ($500) connects to any compatible video source via component or composite connections, and uses dual 16:9, 852x480 LCDs mounted in the lenses to create the equivalent of a 75-inch screen that's just ten feet away. Other features include detachable noise-isolating earphones, AccuTilt adjustment to keep your eyes comfortable, and battery life of up to seven hours.

  • Dunhill Solar Charger

    Most solar chargers are gaudy, plastic things that you wouldn't want anywhere near you when you're trying to look your best. The Dunhill Solar Charger ($TBA) is a happy exception. lightweight and fashionable, its built-in solar panel rotates into an aerospace-grade aluminum body when not in use, can provide up to 30 hours of charge time for a phone or player via USB, and comes with a stylish Chassis leather carrying case so you don't have to toss it inelegantly down into your bag.