Thanks to shrinking form factors, less is truly more with today’s top gadgets. Downsize your life with these travel-friendly favorites. By Scott Steinberg

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1.Small enough to fit in a pocket, Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-T50 takes stunning 7.2-megapixel
photos and displays them on a three-inch LCD screen. Bonus features range from automatic stabilization to 56 MB internal memory to a 3X optical zoom lens. $400. www.sonystyle.com


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2. Work anywhere with Samsung’s i320. The tiny, lightweight marvel not only runs Windows Mobile 5 for Smartphones and features a 1.3-megapixel camera, an MP3 player, Bluetooth connectivity, and one-touch e-mail and voice-memo functions, but it also boasts a backlit qwerty keyboard. $449. www.dynamism.com
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3. Meet the modern executive’s best friend. Panasonic’s 2.64-pound, supersleek W5 notebook packs up to 12 hours of battery life and an ultraspeedy 1.06 GHz Intel Core Duo processor. Models — available in 12 colors (try Purple Haze) — include a DVD-RW and WiFi capability. $3,199. www.dynamism.com

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4. Chat up associates in style with Motorola’s MicroUSB-chargeable H800. Interchangeable hooks help the Slider Bluetooth Headset earpiece achieve a better fit, while a slider-based design, noise reduction, and one-touch dial, acceptance, and end features add usability. Expect crisp audio and approximately six hours of talk time. Price is TBD. www.motorola.com

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5. Enjoy both real-time and recorded Sirius Satellite Radio broadcasts while you’re on the go with Sirius’s portable Stiletto 100. Units hold up to 100 hours of content, play MP3 tunes, and even allow you to pause, rewind, and replay 44 minutes of live, commercial-free programming. $350. www.sirius.com

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6. Quickly tell who’s calling by glancing at the Fossil’s Caller ID Watch on your wrist. The style- and service-conscious accessory is compatible with Bluetooth technology, allowing it to sync with your cell phone, so you’ll be able to get caller ID and text-message/voice-mail notification right on the watch face. $250. www.fossil.com