The New Right Stuff

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(A) With rubberized corners and shockproof innards, GOVIDEO's OFF-ROAD DVD player can handle even Texas-scale turbulence. $250; 800-736-7679, www.govideo.com (B) OAKLEY's THUMP elegantly tucks a 256MB digital music player—holding about four hours' worth of tunes—into a pair of sport-ready shades. $495; 800-431-1439, www.oakley.com (C) BUSHNELL's NIGHTHAWK takes the clunk factor out of night-vision gear with 14 infrared diodes coupled with a swiveling LCD view screen. $200; 800-423-3537, www.bushnell.com

(D) MOTOROLA's globe-roaming RAZR V3 cell phone offers the slender profile of a credit card, plus a nickel-plated, chemically etched keypad. $350; 866-289-6686, www.motorola.com (E) The OLYMPUS STYLUS VERVE is the iMac of digicams—choose red, orange, blue, silver, titanium, or basic black. $350; 888-553-4448, www.oylmpusamerica.com (F) Uplink to Elvis—or just his dedicated satellite-radio station—with the XACT XTR1 STREAM JOCKEY receiver. Requires $50 docking station and antenna. $100; 866-466-9228, www.getxact.com (G) The all-in-one PDA comes of age in the HEWLETT-PACKARD IPAQ POCKET PC H6315, which combines digital camera, cell phone, and Web browser—then drops it all neatly in your shirt pocket. $600; 888-999-4747, www.hp.com (H) Get your fix on the grid in seconds via GARMIN's ETREX LEGEND C, a handheld, high-res, full-color GPS genie. $375; 800-800-1020, www.garmin.com

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