From cameras to phones to range-finders, this technology represents the state of the electronic arts.
Charles Masters
| Credit: Charles Masters

1. Kodak EasyShare W1020

A wireless digital-picture frame that has touch-sensitive controls, stores up to four thousand photos and plays MP3s through built-in speakers. $269,

2. Bushnell Tour V2

Laser Rangefinder A compact device that accurately measures distances to within one yard and weighs just over six ounces. $349,

3. Navigon 7200T

A GPS unit with real-time traffic updates, 3-D “reality” view, voice recognition, Bluetooth, and Zagat golf course ratings. $449,

4. Vado Pocket Video Cam

Lightweight and easy to use, with storage for two hours of video and a built-in USB for one-touch uploading to YouTube. $100,

5. Vertu Constellation Monogram Mobile Phone

In pewter and handcrafted leather, with real-time flight tracking and currency converter. $5,600,

6. Casio Exilim EX-F1

A high-speed digital camera that captures shots at sixty frames per second (faster than the eye can see) and also records movies. $999,