The SOLO is a self-contained desktop Skype phone for those who don't want to run a computer for Skype calling.
Just plug in your camera's memory card and you're on your way to enjoying a slide show. But, which is best?
If you want the status of packing a Nikon camera, the new L10 is the cheapest camera ever introduced by the firm. Yet, even as the entry point in Nikon's extensive line of cameras, the L10 offers more dedicated shooting modes than the HP Photosmart M437 or the Kodak EasyShare C533.
Kodak's EasyShare C533 competes directly with HP's Photosmart M437 on price, but adds a number of features not found on the HP. But what about performance?
The Photosmart M437's nine shooting modes eliminates the complexity of a digital camera while ensuring good results in a variety of shooting conditions.
Craig Ellison finds Canon's A630/640 to be a nice refresh of the A620, but with a not-so-nice ISO 800 mode.
The Kodak EasyShare V 610 delivers on its promise of being the smallest 10X optical camera on the market. But unless you need the 10X optical zoom in a shirt-pocket sized camera, the list price of $449 is a hefty price to pay for a 6 Megapixel camera.
It's not a DSLR, but short of interchangeable lenses and a view finder, Craig Ellison thinks the HP Photosmart R967 has all of the features you could want in a digital camera.