The Nook Tablet has great specs for its price and is a solid competitor to the Kindle Fire, offering a superior eReading experience and greater storage options. However, the Fire currently edges out the Nook in several other key areas including price.
If you go in expecting the Kindle Fire to be an iPad or Honeycomb killer, you are setting yourself up for a huge disappointment. However, for what it is, the Fire is an excellent high-end media tablet with enough features to blow away the majority of other tablets in its price range.
Boost Mobile users looking for a solid value smartphone should definitely give the Samsung Galaxy Prevail a look.
Although the Samsung Focus Flash is one of the best Windows 7 phones available, there are still several others that offer more features and a better camera.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet is one of the only choices to consider if you are in the market to purchase a corporate/business tablet. While it is not a bad choice by any means, it is far from tablet perfection.
The HTC Titan lives up to its name with its enormous 4.7 inch screen and should be a top pick for Window Phone 7 users who want a lot of screen to play with.
The Samsung BD-D8900M blu-ray player offers several neat features, but may be too expensive for the average consumer.
The Samsung SH100 is best suited not for hardcore professionals, but for those who prefer the camera phone point-and-shoot mentality with fun extras and wifi sharing.
The Aspire S3 Ultrabook is perhaps one of the top Windows-based alternative to the MacBook Air if you are alright with a few cut-corners and less of a quality look/feel when compared to the best-selling Apple competitor.
Slick and sleek, the Microsoft Touch Mouse tries to be the PC version of Apple's Magic Mouse, and does so rather well if you can avoid the random sluggishness that can pop up.