Too New to Review
By Matthew Maier

(Business 2.0) – GYM DANDY

Nautilus Bowflex Revolution Could this outer-space gym be ready for ground control? Tested by astronauts aboard the Mir space station, the Revolution is Nautilus's first update to the Bowflex line of fitness equipment since 1986. What's new? While the Revolution still uses elastic bands, they're now wrapped in canisters meant to look like free weights. $2,399; www.nautilus.com

NO LIGHTWEIGHT

Fujitsu LifeBook P1500D Don't let the diminutive frame fool you: This ultraportable promises as many features as a desk-bound model. The stylish and sprightly 2.5-pound tablet packs two USB ports, built-in Ethernet, and both CompactFlash and Secure Digital memory card readers. A built-in biometric fingerprint sensor should make things difficult for laptop thieves. $1,449; www.us.fujitsu.com

IMAGE-CONSCIOUS

Optoma EP719 Projector With a 2,000-lumen lamp and Texas Instruments DLP technology, this portable projector shouldn't skimp on sharpness or image size. Despite the machine's compact proportions, its back bristles with input ports--USB, DVI, S-video, and more--so you'll be able to switch with ease from airing digital camera photos to a PowerPoint presentation to an HDTV broadcast. $1,499; www.optomausa.com

VIDEO TO GO

Creative Zen Vision Creative says its next-generation media player speaks almost any audio or video format--Windows Media, JPEG, MPEG-4, and DivX, for starters--so you can load up its 30-gigabyte drive with your favorite photos, music, and movies and enjoy a few minutes of downtime on your next trip. A built-in CompactFlash drive saves time when you want to transfer files from a digital camera or PC. $399; www.creative.com -- MATTHEW MAIER