Prepare for Windows 7 with the Dell Multi-Touch Monitor ($470). This 21.5-inch Full HD panel is fully compatible with the multi-touch features of Win 7, and also features a two megapixel integrated webcam, USB, HDMI, audio, VGA, and DVI inputs, audio output, and a stylish integrated stand. Just remember to lower your arms every once in a while, lest you get sore arms from simply browsing your adult media collection.
Get yourself a little extra room without the hassle of adding a second monitor with the Mino Mini USB Monitor ($130-$230). Available in four models, each Mino Mini features a 7-inch screen, a single USB 2.0 connection with your computer, 800x480 resolution, and the ability to rotate to portrait or landscape view. It's not going to take the place of a full-size secondary screen, but it's more than enough to help boost your productivity.
Laptops are quickly becoming the de facto computing tool, but due to their portable designs, they're not always the best when it comes to ergonomics. That's where the Logitech Notebook Kit ($100) steps in. Including a compact wireless keyboard with number pad, a pivoting stand to help raise the screen to eye-level, and a comfortable wireless laser mouse, the Kit is an all-in-one solution for laptop users.