by Tucson Citizen on Aug. 18, 2006, under Uncategorized
A camera that looks as good as the pictures you take
Available in pink, white, black and silver, Sony's 7-megapixel Cyber-shot DSC-T10 camera boasts anti-blur technology and an image stabilizer that improve your chances of getting a clear shot. The model features a 3x optical zoom, a 2.5-inch color screen, 56 megabytes of internal memory and a slot for Memory Stick media. It costs $400.
DEBORAH PORTERFIELD Gannett News Service
Keyboard lights up the night
Colored backlighting shines through the laser-etched silver keys on Saitek's black Eclipse II keyboard. Using the keyboard's controls, you get to choose the backlight colors - red, blue or purple - and the intensity of the light. The keyboard also includes media controls and connects to PCs via a USB port. It costs $70.
Quiz calculator drills kids on math facts
Designed to help children improve their basic math skills, Sharp's EL-S50B Quiz Calculator doubles as an electronic flash card, drilling students on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. When a child gets a question right, he advances to the next question. At the end of the session, the calculator computes the child's score. It costs $12.
Sleek styling and cool musical options on Chocolate by LG could turn the new cell phone into an Apple iPod contender. Developed for Verizon Wireless, the slider-style phone sports a ">