All chosen from CNet's August reviews here, here and here.
10. Google Maps provides navigational assistance for the new 2012 Audi A6 Premium Quattro
9. Alienware's new M18x Intel Core i7 laptop features a monstrous 18" screen
8. BlackBerry's Bold 9930 (available from Verizon) has both a real QWERTY keyboard and a touch screen
7. Apollo's Clear Spot 4G lets you run a 4G wireless Internet "cell tower" anywhere you want... with connectivity for up to eight users at a time
6. The Roku 2 XS hooks up to almost any TV and allows you to stream Internet content from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Crackle, Pandora, NHL, NBA, MLB, among many others
5. The BlackBerry Torch 9810 (available from AT&T) is the improved version of the original Torch, giving the user the choice of a large touch-screen and a real QWERTY keyboard
4. Dell's S2330MX 23-inch Ultra-Slim monitor can be had for as little as $229
3. The new iHome iA63 App-Alarm Clock comes with a motorized rotating dock for your iPhone, allowing you to switch from portrait to landscape for watching videos
2. Contour's GPS HD Wearable Camcorder Camera 1400 is compact, affordable and includes laser sights to allow aiming without the need for a viewfinder. It can also connect to an iPhone or Android device for view-finding and adjusting settings.
1. The G-Form Extreme Sleeve 13-inch laptop case provides serious protection for a laptop without taking up too much additional space