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It seems that on a regular basis, I’m consistently asking myself why I don’t have a tank to zip around in. Just this morning, I was cut off on my way into work. I’m positive that wouldn’t have happened if I was in my JL421 Badonkadonk Land Cruiser/Tank ($20,000) With features like underbody lighting and a top speed of 40mph, it’s got plenty of luxury for the price. Not to mention its a tank…

I know what you’re thinking, I’m not ready to upgrade from my trusty XP installation to the new Windows Vista Ultimate ($250). Well, a lot of us aren’t but the fact is that we all likely will switch at some point. Why not get started using it now then? A simple partition on your existing hard drive will give you the best of both worlds with little to no hassle. A nice explanation is available here if the idea scares the crap out of you.

What exactly to you use to tell the temperature now? Because there can be a lot of really cool physics involved in figuring out how hot or cold you are. In fact, it’s so cool that it can be displayed right on your desk and conversations about the weather will start to be interesting. The Galileo Thermometer [$30] also includes a barometer so you can actually tell when it’s about to rain instead of trusting your grandfather’s aching knees.

So, you’ve already got that brand new widescreen and now you need something to play on it? Apple TV [$300] will form a connection from the endless content available on the internet directly to your TV with no waiting in between. By using the slick apple interface, it’s now easy to get all sorts of digital content off of your hardrive and iTunes without ever having to leave your favorite spot on the couch.

There’s good reason to have several of these. They allow you to stream wireless video through your network. Imagine how much fun a few of these would be for broadcasting college parties over the web (like when we built “The Party Cage” in college). Or, if you’ve grown more responsible with age (That’ll Happen) use it to keep an eye on the baby, the front door or just about anything else you could point a camera at. At [$115] the TRENDnet TV-IP100W looks to be a lot of fun, and pretty practical, for just about anyone.

This machine doesn’t even need me to speak for it. With features like a 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 1 GB RAM, 120 GB Hard Drive, and a DVD/CD SuperDrive you don’t even need to worry about what software you throw at it down the line. It’s got the performance and features that are perfect for professionals and students alike. Oh, and the best part, by using an optional mini-DVI to DVI adapter, you can connect your MacBook [$1,400] to either the 20-inch or 23-inch Apple Cinema Display for eye-popping screen real estate at it’s best. Or pick up a white one.

If you’re looking for something that can just slip in your pocket for those rare but opportune times when you spot that perfect picture then this is the camera for you. The Canon PowerShot SD1000 [$260] is slim enough to carry with you and capable of capturing images at an ISO as low as 1600 so even low-light photos come out when you want them to.


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