Eliminate cord clutter in style with the Cableyoyo ($5) from Bluelounge. The sleek accessory stores up to six feet of coiled cord and can be used at home on your desk (it comes with a small adhesive attachment for mounting) or on the go for keeping your plethora of cables untangled in your bag. It comes in PowerBook-matching silver, iPod-matching white, or generic PC-matching black.

  • Hulger P*Phone

    The more and more advanced and ever smaller cell phones get, the bigger a pain it is to try and hold them on your ear with your shoulders — just one of the conveniences afforded to us by older house phones that are now lost. Not to worry, the folks at Hulger have the answer — the P*Phone ($70). Uniting the best of both worlds, the P*Phone uses the headset port on your cell to attach the classic looking headset. Now if only we could make a rotary attachment, we could finally get Grandma to use a cell.

  • Garmin StreetPilot c330 GPS System

    Not all of us are lucky enough to be driving in new cars fitted with built-in GPS systems, but all of us have needed a little help now and then with directions. Garmin’s latest addition to its award-winning lineup of GPS systems, the StreetPilot c330 ($770) can help with directions, and can even help pick out where you are going — it comes pre-loaded with a database of over five million points of interest, selected from the unit’s 3.5 inch touchscreen. It’s also featured in a commercial with NBA star Yao Ming — and who are we to argue with a 7’ 6” dude?

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