To a certain extent, your computer's only as good as the stuff you plug into it. Give yours more than a face lift with these add-ons we've been eyeing. The Printstik, above, is just one of the thoughtful and well-designed peripherals debuting at CES. Check out some more, after the jump.—Abby Seiff
What good is a cameraphone if you can never free your photos? Turn yours into a present-day Polaroid with this pint-sized printer. Just an inch-thick (though nearly 11 inches long), it uses Bluetooth to connect with smartphones, PDAs and laptops and prints color images or documents instantly. Minimal and rugged moving parts ensure it stays safe on-the-go, and its use of roll paper means you won't be lugging around wrinkly sheafs.
Sandio 3D Game O2
Like most 3D mice, this one allows for seamless use of popular apps—Google SketchUp, CAD for Everyone, Second Life and more—but unlike most there are dedicated gaming keys. Sixteen programmable keys can be customized and saved for individual games allowing gamers a keyboard-free experience.
Form and function—should either really have the upper hand? Dell's Crystal Flat Panel Monitor sports ultra-clear glass, discreet buttons and a sculptured metal base with a single cable connection to reduce clutter. Garnering a Best of Innovation award at this year's CES, the 22-inch widescreen has 1680x1050 resolution and high-quality speakers embedded in its frame.
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