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coolness redefined part 1

coolness redefined
part 1

A
new age in technology is now upon us where the coolness of a product
actually outweighs its usefulness in many instances. No longer is it
just about the handiness that a tech gadget can provide; now the wow
factor goes a long way in determining a product’s success. The
following four gadgets offer prime examples of our theory.

($279.99; Verizon.com)

LG Chocolate VX8550
(Verizon Wireless)

The LG VX8550 Chocolate is cellular sexiness. With a revamped
design that blows away the original Chocolate, this device comes
with a mechanical scroll wheel that has a trace motion light, a
touch pad that vibrates, and a much sexier look.

 

($149.95; Newegg.com)

CIT400 Dual-Mode Internet
Telephony Kit with Integrated Skype

For all of my cool business-minded individuals out
there, the CIT400 Dual-Mode Internet Telephony Kit
with Integrated Skype may be just what the doctor
ordered. With this sleek device, you’ll be able to make
standard landline and Internet Skype calls all on one
cordless handset. Add a competitive price, and you’ve
just made yourself a very smart purchase.

($99.50; Buydig.com)

Nikon Coolpix L10

The name says it all. The
Nikon Coolpix L10 is just
that — a finely tuned picture-
taking machine that will
undoubtedly make you the envy of all of
your friends who utilize less than cool digital
cameras. The look, the design, the 3X
optical zoom, and the 15 scene modes for
various lighting conditions, are all a part of a
very cool digital experience.

 

($145.99; Nintendo.com)

The Nintendo DS Titanium
The Nintendo DS is impressively innovative, with its dual-screen and microphone-enabled
game play. But what’s striking is the cool compactness
of the device. Add the inclusion of Wi-Fi multiplayer
capabilities and a touch screen that allows for a growing
list of original and fun games that you can’t play
on any other system, and you’ll be hooked instantly.