Will Palmer

Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere - Audio Players: Reviews

Designed to play and charge iPods but also sporting an auxiliary jack, this sleek system will really rock a hotel room, but you'll probably set it up back home, too. Lightweight but unflimsy, it...

Hewlett-Packard EliteBook 2540p - Laptops: Reviews

3G in the SaharaThe 2540p is a 3.6-pound, "business rugged" machine built to military standards: Its magnesium-alloy case can handle 300 pounds of force, and the shock-mounted hard drive is rated to...

Jorg Gray 9400-14: Sport Watches Review

We like this American watchmaker for its unique designs that hold up to the elements while looking great with a suit. This patriotic, red-black-and-blue number has a soft calf-leather strap, 100-...

Freestyle The Ranger: Sport Watches Review

Freestyle takes a step back from its usual designer impulses, leaving in the 100-meter water resistance, stainless-steel case, and fumble-proof nylon strap. Best of all, though, is the popsicle-blue...

Microsoft Zune HD - MP3 Players: Reviews

Pocket PhilharmonicWe're all iPod junkies, but Micro­soft's Zune HD was a nice surprise. As a video player, it's comparable to the iPod Touch, and for pure audiophile pleasure we daresay it's...

TAG Heuer Formula 1 - Casual Watches: Reviews

Slick AmphibianA unique mix of racing style and military fatigue, the new "khaki" Formula 1 is, at less than $1,000, a really good deal from TAG. Water-resistant to 200 meters, with a scratch-...

Tissot Sea-Touch - Sports Watches : Reviews

For the Cousteau in you, the Sea-Touch records data for up to 220 dives. It's also outfitted with compass, alarm, thermometer, and chronograph, but the shockproof construction, 200-meter depth rating...

Suunto Elementum Aqua - Sport Watches: Reviews

Swimming EleganceWe can't get enough of Suunto's Elementum line. The dive version, a.k.a. Aqua, automatically logs depth, dive time, max depth, surface time, and water temp—and stores it all for...

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