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Laptop Covers, Jump Drives... Oh My!

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1/11
Removable Laptop Cover

The latest spec for your tech is more bright than byte, more rainbow than RAM, and definitely more about jewel tones than ring tones. Which means you've got one more way to make your digital doohickeys yours, all yours. From apple-green ear buds to a very berry laptop cover, it's like seventh grade all over again--only your color-coded gear is way cooler than a Trapper Keeper. We rounded up the full spectrum of new ways to get juiced. Power up.

 

The Editors at Women's Health loved these removable vinyl "asterisk" laptop stickers by LapSchticks make all that cavernous memory and addictive speed feel…kinda cute.

 

from $20, schtickers.com

2/11
Nano Haiku
So small and pleasing Wee digital pioneer I'll take a blue one. How else to express your love for the iPod nano that holds 2,000 songs and 7,000 photos and comes in the calming shade of aqua. See website for more colors.

$199, apple.com
3/11
Mr. Multitasker
It's called the Juke by Samsung, and while we might have picked another name, we like-y the swivel handset that morphs from an mp3 player with built-in camera to a sleek phone and instant messenger. In teal, red, or navy.

$100, verizonwireless.com
4/11
Berry Best
Talk about bang for your buck: The GE E1040 compact digital has a full 10 megapixels, two types of zooms, a user-friendly interface, and a red-eye reduction feature.

$250, amazon.com
5/11
Sporty Spice
Stylish (but do you have it in saffron?) and sturdy, too. It's nearly impossible to damage your Olympus Stylus 790SW--not when you mountain bike (it can take a 5-foot drop), swim (you can shoot underwater), or snowboard (it'll survive at 14 degrees way longer than you will).

$300, olympusamerica.com for info
6/11
Technicolor
Now that tiny digital cameras have also become tiny digital recorders, the Casio EX-Z77 takes things a step further by letting you upload your boyfriend-­imitating-Jackass videos to YouTube in three easy steps, thanks to preloaded software.

$200, staples.com
7/11
Slim Shade-y
Quite respectable pixel-to-price ratio: The Kodak Easy Share M853 provides clear shots that can be blown up to prints as big as 30 by 40 inches (scary!) for not too much dough.

$150, kodak.com
8/11
Double Click
In your never-ending battle against desktop clutter, think how visually appealing a Kensington wireless mouse would be. There's just one question: Would orange or green look better with your bobblehead collection?

from $35, kensington.com

yellow jump drive
9/11
Byte Me
We're gonna need some backup here. The Kingston Technology's kicky DataTraveler Mini Fun jump drive lets you transfer data by way of USB ports if you want to, say, bring home all those pie charts from the office and work on them after Gossip Girl.

from $10, shop.kingston.com

10/11
Flip Top
What's cooler: the Dell Inspiron 1420's integrated mobile broadband option (it can connect your laptop anywhere your cell phone can take you) or shades like ruby red, midnight blue, and flamingo pink? Don't answer that.

from $699, dell.com

11/11
Hue Fidelity
They had us at "ear bud." Or at least won us over with a set of mini-headphones that not only fit snugly in your ears (and stay there when you jog) but also clip onto a cool color-coordinated cord organizer.

$7.95, fashionationstyle.com
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