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but rather, what doesn’t it do (laundry comes to mind): It features a dual-slide function, GPS navigation, a 5-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, and support for several audio formats. Bluetooth support, HSDPA and WAN connectivity, and the ability to play video make this a must-have. (; $739.99)

The 46-inch Sharp Aquos LC-46D64U hi-def LCD TV has all the angles covered. The Aquos wide-screen model boasts 176-degree viewing angles, offering prime viewing for Super Bowl, movie, or gaming nights. It also includes built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners and side terminals for wall-mounting convenience. (; $2,699)

Now you can have all the perks of the much-heralded iPhone without the headache of a phone bill. The Apple iPod Touch lets you view photos and enjoy music, videos, and movies with Wi-Fi capabilities and the same touch technology as the iPhone. Self-adjusting ambient lighting, a 3.5-inch wide screen, and a weight of just 4.2 ounces make the iPod Touch the gadget to get this season. (; $299 8GB, $399 16GB)

Sony’s HES V1000 home entertainment server features a massive 500GB hard disc drive, built-in Blu-ray burner, and a 200 BD/DVD/CD changer. What does this mean to you? About 137 hours of video, 40,000 songs, or 20,000 digital images, plus the ability to create multimedia content (like slide shows), MP3, and JPEG Playback from DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW. The server is light years ahead of Robby the Robot and his ilk; and though you won’t necessarily want to curl up next to the sleek black unit, we’re pretty sure you’ll have some pleasant dreams (; $3,499.99)

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