Massage Chairapy Enjoy all four primary massage techniquesrecommended by the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists -therapeutic compression, rolling, deep kneading, and tapping - withthe Ijoy Massage Chair ($599). The chair's Human Touch Technologyis said to simulate the movements of a trained massage therapist -plus, it comes in four hip colors: outrageous orange, electricblue, cool camel, and charcoal gray. www.relaxtheback.com




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OUT OF THIS WORLD
Observe Alienware's Area-51m Extreme notebook (models start from$2,150), which will surely prompt stares from bystanders. A pitythey can't see how beautiful the machine is inside, given itsinternal Pentium 4 3.2GHz processor, 16.1-inch Ultra XGA 1600 x1200 LCD display, and 128MB ATI Mobility Radeon 9000 video card.From Windows to WarCraft, the system runs the most demanding ofapplications with nary a hiccup. (800) 254-3692,www.alienware.com




CHILL OUT
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The LG Internet Refrigerator ($8,000) does everything butdrive the kids to school in the morning. This mother of allrefrigerators has fully functioning Internet capabilities fore-mailing, surfing the Web, and downloading MP3s or streaming radiofrom the Internet (which plays through hi-fi speakers). If that'snot enough, check out these other snazzy features: It has abuilt-in digital camera and calendar; lets you leave messages intext (via a keyboard and electronic pen), video, or audio format;organizes recipes; and keeps track of stored foods and expirationdates. Too bad it can't whip up a seven-course meal for you, too.(866) 473-5554, www.lgappliances.com




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GET THE MESSAGE
Talk may be cheap, but with T-Mobile's Sidekick ($300, plus amonthly fee that starts at $30) you'll gain access to so much more.Think e-mail, web browsing, text messaging, and AOL InstantMessenger services. A full-color screen and QWERTY keyboard promotechatter, with a full range of domestic and long-distance optionalservices. Like Mom says, now you'll never have an excuse for notstaying in touch. (800) 937-8997, www.t-mobile.com




PRINT THIS
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The minute Sony DPP-MP1 ($280) serves as a one-stop solutionfor your portable printing needs. Offering USB connectivity andmemory-stick print options, this photo-quality device ensuresintrepid explorers will get a jump-start on photo albums longbefore returning from their latest exploit. www.sonystyle.com




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HONEY DO
Home projects, be done! The Black & Decker Mobile Workshop($300) is an 18-volt, seven-piece cordless power system - drill,circular saw, cut saw, vacuum, work light, laser level, and studfinder - all neatly packaged in a portable workbench and tool bag.(800) 544-6986, www.blackanddecker.com




BITE DUST
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Lightweight and comfortable, the high-tech Xtension sportssandal ($80) is suitable for walking, running, and traveling. Themanufacturer of Bite Footwear even runs marathons in this shoe,which features lots of cushioning and support technology. Availablein both men's and women's styles. (800) 248-3465,www.biteshoes.com




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COOL ESSENTIALS
The hand-sewn, silk-lined Poppie Bag ($140) keeps the barest ofessentials (cellphone, lipstick, credit card) close at hand. Attachit to a purse, bag, or belt loop, or carry it alone. Debra Messingof Will & Grace says, "The Poppie Bag is kicky and sassy."Available in a variety of chic styles and colors. (866) 476-7743,www.poppie
couture.com




KEEP ON ROLLIN'
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Hot Wheels celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, and itsnewest release, the T-Wrecks Playset ($54), features akid-controlled motorized booster that lets players launch theircars up a mountain, past pitfalls like falling boulders, and to themouth of a waiting three-foot dinosaur. If a car reaches the topsuccessfully, the mouth opens and releases any captive cars forfurther play. Available at toy outlets nationwide.




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BAG IT
Road warriors will appreciate RoadWired's Podzilla ($70), designedto carry and organize an impressive number of handheld techproducts and accessories, including cords, adapters, and therequisite slew of extra batteries. (877) 435-5679,www.roadwired.com




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FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
Sporty, outdoor types will appreciate the Cyclone Panoptx WindlessSunglasses ($95) - which keep eyes safe from sun and wind. Using apatented Orbital Seal, the glasses create a sealed environment forthe eyes that protects from irritants and debris in the air, whilearticulated vents maintain airflow to keep the eyes comfortable.(925) 484-0292, www.panoptx.com




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NO PERFORMANCE ANXIETY
It's no secret that guys have trouble understanding women (and viceversa), but a recent survey by Blue Nile proved it: 33 percent ofresponding women said they've received gifts that were "far off themark." Here's help. For women, tuck romantic his-and-her picturesinto the sterling-silver Sweetheart Locket Bracelet ($75), orfasten the White Gold Diamond Flower Bracelet ($600) around herwrist. For men: An engraved Pewter Flask ($45) keeps him warm atthe football game, or the Sterling Silver Business Card Case ($90)makes him look on top of his own game. www.bluenile.com




LISTEN UP
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Finally, satellite radio makes it indoors. For the first timeever - and with only minimal installation - families can enjoy morethan 100 channels of music, news, sports, and entertainment(packaged in a sleek and modern design) in the home, as well as inthe car. The Sirius Home Satellite Radio is $300, and monthlysubscription is $13. www.sirius.com




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PICTURE THIS
Ever create a CD or DVD and wish you could design a cover withoutusing adhesive labels? For less than $200, you can now printdirectly onto inkjet printable CD/DVD recordable media topersonalize music or home-movie collections. The EPSON Stylus Photo900's six-color printing technique, combined with its 5,760 x 720DPI resolution, rivals the quality of lab-printed photos.www.epson.com
Holiday On Ice
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What better way to stock the bar than with the Stoli Ice ShotGlass Maker gift set ($20), which comes complete with a bottle ofStolichnaya and a mold to create five shot glasses out of ice. It'sa great ice breaker for that holiday party. Available at your localliquor store.

Double Oh 7


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Palm prides itself in its handiwork, and the Zire 71 handheld($300) simply reaffirms the company's commitment to craftsmanship.Beyond base organizer functions, a hidden camera and comprehensivemultimedia features give the gadget extra cachet. A five-wayjoystick navigator allows for one-handed navigation, and a crisp320 x 320 color display that's ideal for watching videos or viewingphotos. Plus, think of all the games you can save with 16MB ofonboard memory. (800) 881-7256, www.palm.com

Rock Star


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Ever the innovator, Apple has turned its popular iPod playerinto an even more attractive-sounding proposition. New 40GB models($500) hold upwards of 10,000 songs, yet have slimmed to a mere 6.2ounces, effectively rendering the Walkman obsolete. A streamlined,touch-button interface facilitates one-handed operation, so you canshovel peanuts with one hand while shifting between The Clash andClapton with the other. The bonus docking station only confirms it- this one's music to our ears. (800) 692-7753, www.apple.com/retail

Play Hard

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Can't tell Mario from Martha Stewart? Shed some light on the worldof interactive entertainment with Nintendo's Game Boy Advance SP($100). The handheld boasts a self-illuminated 2.9-inch LCD screenand rechargeable lithium ion battery that provides more than 10hours of continuous play. Approximately 3.3 inches tall andweighing in at five ounces, the byte-size system folds neatly intoany pocket. (800) 255-3700, www.gameboy.com