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"Ahh-nold" lost his memory (and Sharon Stone) in "Total Recall." This nifty digital voice recorder, perhaps named after the movie, would have solved the former problem.

Total Recall

"Ahh-nold" lost his memory (and Sharon Stone) in "Total Recall." This nifty digital voice recorder, perhaps named after the movie, would have solved the former problem. It provides up to 90 minutes of recording time, whether used in the Visors Springboard or on its own. Sold through retail outlets, Total Recall costs $99.

www.targus.com

Eyemodule2

They say a pictures worth a thousand words. In this case, its worth 50 words and about $199. This VGA-compatible digital camera attachment is ideal for vertical-market customers (like real estate or construction companies) that need pictures in real time. Files can be categorized and stored on a Visor, beamed to other PDAs, or saved to the desktop.

www.eyemodule.com

VisorPhone

If youre tired of carrying multiple gadgets or squinting to read text on a small cell-phone display, youll love this. Transform a Visor into a dual-band world phone and wireless modem. Plus, VisorPhone links cell phone applications, like caller ID and call waiting, with the Visors built-in applications, like address book and calendar. Sold through Handspring for $49 with activation; phone service is additional.

www.visor.com