Name the Price: Gadgets

Name the Price: Gadgets
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We've picked some products for the serious gadget geeks and everyone in between ... can you guess how much these gadgets cost?
Pioneer AVH6000DVD in-car six-DVD changer
$1,000
$1,000. When we were kids, you read a book in the car, and you liked it. Now kids can choose from six movies when you're on the way to the grocery store.
$5,000
$10,000

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Sony PSP Go handheld gaming system: half the size of the PSP 1000, with built-in Bluetooth and digitally downloaded games
$149
$249
Sony unveiled the Go in June, and it'll be on sale in October for $249.
$349

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Nintendo DSi handheld gaming system: a little thinner than the DS Lite, and has two cameras
$169
The DSi, which came out in April 2009 and sold like crazy, costs $169.
$189
$209

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Numark TTI turntable: takes vinyl records and turns them into digital files
$207
Yes, all you geezers out there can finally join the 21st century -- for only $207!
$702
$2,070

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Phonofone II iPod speakers: use "passive amplification" instead of an outside power source or batteries
$100
$300
$500
These extremely low-tech white ceramic speakers, shaped like old-fashioned gramophones, cost $500 a pop.

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Western Digital 4TB external hard drive: That's TERAbyte.
$450
$650
You have some serious storage needs if you're going to cough up $650 for a hard drive.
$850

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Logitech Harmony One universal remote: LCD touch screen, Web programmable
$74
$104
$174
$174 sounds a bit pricey to us for a remote control, but we hear it's worth it.

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Panasonic TC-P50G10 50-inch plasma TV
$800
$1,400
This brand-spanking new model will set you back about $1,400 to start.
$2,800

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Sony Vaio P netbook: 8 inches, 1.4 pounds
about $400
$700
$900
Yes, $900 is a little steep for a starting price, but it's so cute! We want one in Cosmopolitan Pink.

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Rocky Balboa Crunching USB drive: a tiny Italian Stallion (or Apollo Creed or Clubber Lang) with a USB port coming out of his … nether regions
$30
We're not sure how much memory these things have, but they're only $30 -- could be worth it just for the laughs.
$130
$230

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