Special Features: The MK6100 can handle up to five Bluetooth devices at once as soon as your car starts. The display panel features a high-contrast screen for showing phone numbers, caller names and music information. Two built-in microphones on the display panel reduce noise and interference so you can hear the conversation clearly. The compact display panel detaches from its mounting base. The six-button keypad and display screen guide you through phone functions from dialing to phone book to voice mail, while you keep your eyes on the road. The scroll knob on the keypad lets you control the volume and browse menus, plus you can rewind, fast-forward, and play the next or previous song. Six-button, remote control keypad controls all phone menu and music functions; Voice-recognition software stores up to 150 names for hands-free dialing.
Why You Should Buy It: It's pink and it's Valentine's Day!
Special Features: The pink Nano is available now at the Apple Store in the 8GB version. The iPod Nano features a two-inch display that lets users watch the brand new iTunes Movie Rentals or TV shows and music videos purchased from the iTunes Store. Pick up a Pink iTunes gift card decorated with a heart so your Valentine can buy Valentine's Day playlists at the iTunes store.
Why You Should Buy It: Philips, known better for TVs, audio, video and personal entertainment, and Swarovski Crystals have teamed up to provide fashionable wearable technology — a USB memory stick — that goes from the dressing room to the conference room.
Special Features: The USB memory key is disguised as a stainless steel and crystal heart pendant on a beige silk cord. The memory key can hold 1 GB of data (about 250 songs or 1,000 photos) and is password protected.
Andrea Smith is the technology producer at ABCNews Radio.