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(Business 2.0) – SUN SPOT
Solarius Solar-Powered GPS Receiver
Now you can head into the woods without losing power—or your way. The GPS receiver's battery is supposed to last 20 hours, but putting the unit in the sun juices it for 10 more. When it's not charging, you can leave the receiver in your pocket to beam your location via Bluetooth to any compatible phone, PC, or PDA. $200; www.semsons.com.
HOLD THE VIDEOPHONE
Say hello to what may be one of the most media-friendly smartphones around. Nokia's latest has a 1.3-megapixel camera that moonlights as a camcorder able to take hour-long videos. The built-in stereo music system plays MP3 and AAC files and can turn your favorite audio clip into a ringtone. The 6682's 64MB of storage means you should have enough room for your shots. $300 (est.); www.nokiausa.com.
BAG FOR YOUR BUCKS
Sure, the Henk costs as much as a used BMW. But this suitcase has wheels and a handle that disappear into the case once you've arrived at the jetway. The titanium frame, lightweight carbon-fiber exterior, and hand-carved walnut interior make the Henk the most lust-worthy carry-on we've seen. And at this obscene price, it had better be. $19,000; www.henk.com.
Toshiba Tecra M4
Have rumors of the tablet PC's demise been greatly exaggerated? Toshiba's Tecra may prove that the pen-and-slate format has some life in it yet. The Windows XP-powered portable sports a 1.7-GHz Pentium-M processor for longer battery life. High-speed Wi-Fi should let you get the most out of your broadband at home, and built-in Bluetooth means the Tecra promises to play nice with your other devices. $2,000; www.toshibadirect.com.
— MATTHEW MAIER