While not exactly feature rich, the 2G iPod Shuffle is about as simple as it gets.
In the box there's only the iPod itself and it's dock for connecting to the computer. The Shuffle comes in a number of vivid colours, including blue, orange, green, purple & silver.
The world is full of Android smartphones, but you generally get two “levels” of hardware. On the higher level you have monsters with large screens and fast processors like the HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy S. On the lower levels you have the phones such as the HTC Wildfire and Legend with their 320x240 screens and 528MHz processors.
Here we have one of Nikon's mid range cameras. Called the D300, it sits in the range between the D90 consumer camera & the D700/D3 pro cameras. The camera has an APS sized, 12 megapixel CMOS sensor leading to high quality and high resolution photos.
Yes, £60 is a lot for a keyboard, but this isn't your usual keyboard. There are two generations of the Logitech G15 Keyboard, here we have the 1st generation one with blue backlights and 18 G Keys, but there's also the 2nd generation one with an orange backlight and 6 G Keys. (making it smaller than the rather large 1st generation keyboard.)
So here we've got an XFX Nvidia GTX 275 XXX. Quite a mouthful!
Basically, it's an overclocked Nvidia GTX 275, already an extremely capable card that slots in somewhere between the GTX 260 & the GTX 280 and is in direct competition with the ATi 4890, but this card has made even better by the lovely people at XFX.