Vuvuzela - South African Horn in your choice of colors

Vuvuzela - South African Horn in your choice of colors. Even you not in South African you still can have it. Amazon sell in many colors. This is the horn of choice for soccer fans in the stadiums in South Africa. It kind of sounds like an elephant and is a great way to show your support for your on-field heroes.

Bento 3 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

Bento 3 now includes iPhoto integration, security options, multi-user sharing, and much more!
Choose from 35 pre-designed templates included with Bento, download and import templates from others who share your passion, or design your own custom forms using beautiful themes designed by Mac artists.
Bento links directly to the Address Book and iCal information you already have on your Mac to display your contacts and calendars in new and exciting ways. Add places to store important details about each person, event, or task, including related files, photos, and emails. Plus, changes you make in Bento are reflected in Address Book and iCal so your MobileMe account, your iPhone, and your iPod touch will be in sync.
Now you can easily share your contact lists, project plans, event details, and other Bento libraries with up to 5 Bento users on your local area network. Choose which libraries you want to share, and if you want to allow adding, deleting, and updating of information, or limit access to viewing only. Even add a password if you like. Now your family and friends, classmates, and coworkers will always be informed and up to date.

Canon EF-S 55-250mm f

Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon Digital SLR Cameras
This telephoto zoom lens is designed with Canon's Optical Image Stabilizer technology while retaining compactness and lightness, in response to demands of photographers. This high zoom ratio lens is equivalent to a focal length of 88-400mm in the 35mm format (when used on Canon EOS cameras compatible with EF-S lenses), and the image stabilizer effect equivalent to a shutter speed about 4 stops faster than the same size lens without Image Stabilizer. In other words, if the slowest shutter speed you could formerly hold a 250mm lens steadily was 1/250th of a second, with Canon's 4-stop stabilization correction, you could hand-hold at shutter speeds as slow as 1/15th of a second. It also uses a UD-glass lens element to correct chromatic aberration for excellent image quality throughout the zoom range. This new EF-S telephoto lens with great features delivers excellent performance at an affordable price for all photographers.
Incorporating Canon's Optical Image Stabilizer technology, this Canon 55-250mm telephoto zoom lens captures long distance, low-light shots far better than many comparable lenses, helping you photograph the far-off action of athletes or zoom in for an intimate portrait with a blurred background. The high-zoom-ratio lens is equivalent to a focal length of 88-400mm in the 35mm format (when used on Canon EOS cameras compatible with EF-S lenses). More significantly, the image stabilizer effect creates an equivalent shutter speed of roughly four stops faster than the same size lens without an image stabilizer. In other words, if the slowest shutter speed you can hold a 250mm lens steadily is normally 1/250th of a second, this Canon lens will let you hand-hold shutter speeds as slow as 1/15th of a second. The lens also boasts a UD-glass lens element to correct chromatic aberration to create excellent image quality throughout the zoom range. Delivering an excellent performance at an affordable price for all photographers, the 55-250mm lens carries a one-year warranty.


* Focal length: 55-250mm
* Maximum aperture: f/4 to f/5.6
* Lens construction: 12 elements in 10 groups, including one UD-glass element
* Diagonal angle of view: 27 degrees (at 50 feet) to 6 degrees (at 15 feet), with APS-C image sensors
* Focus adjustment: DC motor, gear-driven (front focusing design)
* Closest focusing distance: 3.6 feet (0.31x maximum close-up magnification)
* Filter size: 58mm
* Dimensions: 2.8 inches in diameter and 4.3 inches long
* Weight: 13.8 ounces
* Warranty: 1 year

Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 Keyboard

 Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 Keyboard
If you don’t want the hassle and possible mess of having a wired desktop setup, you might want to check out the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710. Designed to maintain a hassle-free environment as much as possible, this desktop offers battery life for up to three years to both the keyboard and mouse. It includes the Logitech Unifying receiver, which you can add other compatible wireless mouse or other keyboards without multiple USB receivers. To add to it, the keyboard features the Logitech Incurve keys that cradle the user’s fingers and a cushioned palm rest gives more comfort. The mouse even has hyper-fast scrolling for quick, easy document browsing. Topping it off is an integrated LCD dashboard for showing the keyboard’s statuses. That’s convenience for you.

Canon EOS 550D (European EOS Rebel T2i) 18 MP CMOS APS-C Digital SLR Camera Made in Japan (Body)

Canon EOS 550D
The new flagship of the EOS Rebel line, Canon EOS 550D (EOS Rebel T2i) brings professional EOS features into an easy to use, lightweight digital SLR that's a joy to use. Featuring a class-leading 18.0-megapixel CMOS image sensor and increased light sensitivity for low light photography, the EOS Rebel 550D (EOS Rebel T2i) also has an advanced HD Movie mode for gorgeous Full HD movies. Able to capture up to 3.7 frames per second, it's ready to go the minute it's picked up. Advanced Live View, a new wide-area screen, plus features like Canon's brilliant Auto Lighting Optimizer and Highlight Tone features ensure brilliant photos and movies, easily. With some of the most advanced features of any digital SLR, it's simply the best Rebel Canon has ever created.

Sony Ericsson Vivaz

The phone has surprisingly much more compact design, especially when compared to the Satio; the screen has been bumped down to 3.2 inches, and while it might look a little bland, the curvaceous design and its size make it both very pocket-able and sleek in looks. The bottom of the screen houses the menu, answer and decline call buttons, while the lock button is relegated to the same as the power, with the camera function keys situated to the right side. Everything is within reach of fingers.
This leaves us now to the camera, located at the back of the phone. It takes images at 8.1-megapixels, and overall the picture quality pretty decent, with great colors in daylight shot and commendable noise reduction with darker shots. Like the Satio, the camera is jam packed with enough features to build a compact camera. It has smile detection, image stabilizing, geo-tagging and picture blogging features, making it as deliciously wholesome.
Even better is the video camera function that allows for video captured at 720p with continuous autofocus, something we don’t normally see outside of digital cameras. Image quality is just as decent, though with notable noise in dark shots.
The phone functionalities, however, take a backseat to the camera. The one big gripe with it is its somewhat problematic touch screen interface. The Vivaz utilizes a resistive touch screen over an S60 interface; it works alright when browsing and selecting large icons, but when it comes to scrolling with the scroll bar or managing through the keypad, the imprecise touch coupled with the unfriendly user interface just keeps aggravating.
Still, with a wholesome array of connectivity options like Wi-Fi and 3G, the phone can function pretty overall.
As a camera phone, the Sony Ericsson Vivaz does what it does best. It’s just unfortunate that the finicky user interface mars the entire package, but if you can live through that, this phone won’t disappoint.
Pros : Compact design, Excellent camera, HD recording
Cons : Annoying user interface, No xenon flash
Sony Ericcson Vivaz Specifications :
Frequency : 3G, HSPA (900/2100MHz), Quad-band GSM, GPRS, EDGE
Screen : 3.2 inch Color 16:9 HD touchscreen (TFT) at 360 x 630 resolution
Connectivity : Bluetooth, USB2.0, Wi-Fi
Others : 8.1 megapixels color camera
Dimensions : 107 x 52 x 12.5 mm
Weight : 97 g

Microsoft LifeCam Cinema

Ever since the creation of Skype and Youtube, tech-savvy people will find an excuse to use a webcam. Everyday videos are uploaded to Youtube – be it from professionals to webcam videos. Having a webcam that delivers clear pictures and videos has become an important aspect when purchasing one. Of course, you can use webcams to do other things as well but we’ll leave that up to your imagination. If you fall into one of the many categories of webcam users, let us introduce you to the nifty Microsoft LifeCam Cinema.

It boasts of being the first consumer webcam with 720pm high definition (HD) sensor, which delivers widescreen video at 16:9 at up to 30 frames per second. We can attest to its HD quality – our video quality was beyond clear and we were pleased that we didn’t look pixilated as we move around. The price is simply too good to pass up for the feature it provides.

The LifeCam Cinema is equipped with Auto Focus and ClearFrame Technology. It is no wonder that videos are crisp and smooth when we were testing it. It is coupled with a digital noise-cancelling microphone and a flexible attachment – giving you the flexibility to video-conference or record in any environment (as long as you have a PC or laptop, of course).

Our only grumble with the Auto Focus function is that sometimes when we move ever-so-slightly (left, right, front, back, you name it), the webcam readjusts its focus. We think it is a tad bit too sensitive to the movement.

Alarm Clock Tea Maker

This has to be the strangest combination gadget ever and yet I could see it becoming very handy.  Instead of waking up to an obnoxious beep, you could wake up to that beep noise and quickly recover with a nice hot cup of tea.  Of course maybe you should keep away from the chamomile, it’s probably best not to do anything that might help you fall back to sleep.

If you like instant coffee instead of tea, it can do that as well.  Should you be a tea fan though it’ll require 2 of your favorite tea bags and your own cup and saucer set.  You just put either your mix or tea bags into the teapot the night before and fill up the Teasmade with cold water.  A few minutes before the alarm it’ll boil the water and then the alarm will go off after the water is finished.  You can purchase it for £59.99 or about $88 through