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Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000

Finding the perfect keyboard can be tricky, especially if you prefer the split “ergo” design to the traditional style—as the options for the former have become increasingly limited in recent years. Fortunately, we’ve long been able to count on Microsoft’s Natural Keyboard Pro, finding its combination of split design, traditional key layout, and integrated USB 1.0 ports superior to all others. Now it seems Microsoft’s Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 could finally replace the aged Natural Pro as our split-keyboard of choice.

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Konica Minolta Dimage X1

The X1 makes it clear that Konica is well aware of our penchant to gravitate toward, hold, and purchase shiny objects. However, unless you care little about performance and getting the highest-quality images possible for your dollar, there are better options available.

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M-Audio StudioPro 3

A lack of low frequency fortitude puts M-Audio's new 2.1 system in a 'sub' par category.

Sytrin Nextherm ICS 8200 ML

The only thing missing from the refrigerated case from Nextherm is a chilled six-pack.

Acoustic Research Digital Media Bridge

This small, smart media bridge lets you connect your video and audio components in one machine.

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Nikon D50

Nikon’s D50, the company’s latest foray into the sub-$1,000 digital-SLR category, outstrips most other budget bodies in its class and kicks much point-and-shoot ass.

Much of that capability comes from the D50’s lineage. The body feels and functions like a detuned D70, which was itself a breakthrough product. The D50 sports the same imaging sensor as the more expensive D70, and delivers terrific bang for the buck.

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eVGA e-GeForce 7800 GTX

Count on eVGA for quality, performance, and price for your next purchase. You can thank us later.

Asus N7800GT Dual

NVidia played Frankenstein with their 7800 GT line and fused the performance of two cards in one.

AeonCraft Lexa

Slapping the best components into a snazzy case only gets you so many points. They award points for style, too, you know.