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Canon PowerShot SX160
In this day and age where your mobile phone can be your eyes and ears for your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, there will be those few shots you want in high resolution and decent quality. For as little as a hundred bucks, you can get this powerful camera that packs a great deal for its punch. For its relatively low price, it offers a range of options and settings, with good shooting performance -- for beginners, in particular.
Lowest available price: $99.00
CNET Review: Canon PowerShot SX160
Kingston Digital 64GB Flash Card
Whether you're taking photos with a digital camera or you're expanding the storage in your mobile phone for music and video, you'll need a high-speed and long-lasting memory card. This compact micro-SD card stores tens of thousands of photos with its massive 64GB capacity, and also comes with an adapter to use in larger devices, such as digital cameras and games console controllers.
Lowest available price: $47.95
Amazon.com reviews: Kingston Digital 64GB Flash Card
HTC One (T-Mobile)
HTC is a brand you might not hear of in the next few years because of its dire financial situation, but there's one thing it has going for it: durable, innovative and high-quality devices. Meet the HTC One, which ranks as one of the best smartphones on the CNET Reviews roster. It doesn't have a memory expansion slot or a user-replaceable battery, it runs the latest Android version and packs a great deal of processing power, and takes excellent, high-quality photos with its 4-megapixel camera.
Lowest available price: $99.99 (with contract)
CNET Review: HTC One (T-Mobile)