Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch

I quickly found that this sleek little tablet shines in its intended use—as a consumer-priced tablet for travel or small workstation use.

Canon PowerShot G11

The G11 is slightly bigger but otherwise looks remarkably similar to the G10. It shares the same DIGIC 4 Image Processor and 5x optical zoom lens, with an effective range equivalent to 28–140mm, supported by Canon’s Optical Image Stabilizer.

Ricoh CX2

After the impressive CX1 model last year, I was optimistic about the new Ricoh CX2. It offers the same body type and long-life battery, but with a few updates as well.

Nikon D3000

Nikon’s 10.2-megapixel D3000 is their latest entry-level DSLR. It’s aimed at consumers stepping up from a point-and-shoot who want a camera that’s easy to learn but not lacking in sophisticated features.

NIKKOR 18–200mm f/3.5–5.6G ED VR II

Nikon’s new AF-S DX NIKKOR 18–200mm f/3.5–5.6G ED VR II lens (27–300mm 35mm equivalent) is an updated version of their popular 18–200mm lens that covers a significant 11.1x focal-length range and probably most of a photographer’s shooting needs.

Epson Stylus Pro 3880

After nearly three years, Epson is replacing the popular A2-size Stylus Pro 3800 with the impressive Stylus Pro 3880.

Eizo FlexScan S2242W LCD

The 22″ Eizo FlexScan S2242W LCD features a high native resolution of 1920×1200 usually found on larger sized monitors.

DroboPro

The DroboPro has eight drive bays that can hold 3.5″ SATA drives. Currently, 2 TB is the limit of a single drive (although 3TB is right around the corner), so a DroboPro can hold 16 TB total.

Olympus E-620

The 12.3-megapixel Olympus E-620 is one of the lightest, most compact DSLRs on the market. It succeeds Olympus’s E-520 and inherits features from the higher end E-30 DSLR.

Canon PowerShot SX1 IS

The SX1 IS includes full HD video capture (1920×1080 at 30fps), 25 shooting modes, and a host of other features.

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