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DF-1710 digital frame, $1,999, Ever get tired of looking at the same picture on your wall every day? Well, with the Digi-Frame DF-1710, you can rotate among thousands on a 17-inch framed flat-screen display. For late nights at the office, it also plays MPEG-1 and MPEG-4 movies, as well as MP3s directly from the unit’s 20-gigabyte hard drive or a CD-rom. Treo 600, prices start at $449 (depending on your service provider), Handspring may have finally created the perfect PDA with this new Treo. It can play MP3s, take and store photos and allow you to send and receive e-mails. And, of course, it is also a phone. Imagine dialing calls directly from your contacts list or taking pictures and e-mailing them immediately. Logitech IO Personal Digital Pen, $199.95, Ever wish you could save all of your handwritten post-it notes in one place? Well, Logitech’s new IO optical pen can store up to 40 pages of text (written on special paper) and transfer them directly to your PC. It even integrates with Lotus Notes and various Microsoft programs. Fragmentary head of the emperor Caracalla, $225, If you’ve had enough of all that gadgetry and just want a conversation piece, try this replica of Marcus Aurelius’ head on your desk. It is made of bonded bronze and is hand finished with a black formica base. Vialta Beamer Video Phone BM-80, $249.99, Forget the cellphone camera; Vialta has developed a video phone that works with any home phone and does not require any unique wiring or extra connection fees. You can switch the views from those of yourself, to the other person or both. And, in case you’ve just woken up and still haven’t dressed, no video is sent until you approve the transmission. Like love, it takes two phones to tango for this gadget to work. Jabra Free Speak cordless headset, $99.95 and $179 with adapter, This Star Trekesque bluetooth-enabled wireless headset loops around your ear and features a gel insert and a flexible mouthpiece. For those of you without a bluetooth cellphone, the headset comes with an adaptor that plugs into your phone. Canon Power Shot SD10, $449, Canon claims that this sweet 4-megapixel credit card-sized camera is the world’s smallest. It features a 1.5-inch color LCD screen, 5.7x digital zoom and comes in bronze, among other colors. Sharp Actius RD3D laptop, $2,999, Billed as the world’s first three-dimensional notebook, Sharp’s Actius uses cutting-edge technology that divides the light from the LCD so that different patterns reach your left and right eyes when staring at the screen. Of course, for those reading boring applications like spreadsheets and e-mail, it is also capable of normal display. On the flipside, it can convert 2D images to stereo 3D. Imagine what your spreadsheets will look like then. SanDisk 256 MB Cruzer, $79.99, Need something bigger than a floppy disk to transport data? Introducing the pocket hard drive for your key chain. It stores MP3, digital and video files, among others. P3 Pro, Professional Home (or office-if it’s large enough) Golf System, $887, Distance and accuracy day or night-that is the allure of the P3 Pro swing-analyzer and golf-simulator software package. Not only does it provide you with a picture of your swing, but it identifies your swing path, club face angle, sweet spot and swing tempo, among other factors. The technology can be purchased separately, but it probably makes sense to buy the golf net and mat as well (price indicated is for the package), for those with a big corner office.

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