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TomTom GO 920T

TomTom GO 920T

Calling it the ultimate GPS might be going a bit too far, but it sure does rock. The new TomTom GO 920T ($700; Q4 2007) packs features like a 4.3-inch, 480 x 272 touch screen, Bluetooth, a RDS-TMC Traffic Receiver, a built-in FM transmitter, 4GB of internal storage, an SD card slot, Enhanced Positioning Technology that uses movement and gravity sensors to calculate position when GPS signals are unavialable, and more. Like we said, "a bit too far."

  • iRobot Roomba 500 Series

    We've all got an excuse to be a little lazier, thanks to the all-new Roomba 500 Series. These cleaning robots pack new features such as anti-tangle technology, twice as much suction as previous models, a re-designed dustbin to hold more dirt, and interchangeable faceplates. The lineup includes the Roomba 530 ($300), which cleans up to three standard rooms before returning to its base to recharge, and the Roomba 560 ($350), which adds Virtual Wall Lighthouses, and an on-board programming function.

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    The DirecTV Sat-Go ($1,500) is the world's first portable satellite TV system and the ultimate tailgating accessory. The briefcase-like design integrates a 17-inch LCD screen, DirecTV Receiver, flat antenna, and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. The easy-to-carry unit also includes AC/DC adaptors for home and car. With no installation required, you'll be set up and watching SportsCenter within minutes.