10 cool new mobile gadgets

Some of these 10 intriguing mobile gizmos, including a connected GPS unit, external iPhone speakers, a Bluetooth headset, and a gadget charger, are fairly mainstream. The others, well, not so much.


You climb the highest mountains, you swim the deepest oceans--or maybe you just lie on the couch thinking about it. Wouldn't it be nice to capture those moments in high-def so you can show off to your friends? The all-terrain splash- and weather-resistant DXG-125V fits in the palm of your hand yet records 720p video at 30 frames per second. The internal 128MB RAM lets you record a shade over 2 minutes in HD, but you can add up to 8GB via an SD Card. If you get tired of watching your feats on the DXG's 2-inch LCD, an HDMI slot lets you display videos on a big-screen TV. Best of all, at $100 this device costs significantly less than a plane ticket to Nepal.
Price: $100
Company: DXG USA
Availability: June 2009

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