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Digital Media Pro Keyboard3. Digital Media Pro Keyboard
The Digital Media Pro Keyboard features a slider that lets you zoom in and out of documents and pictures. The keyboard has customizable keys for quick access. Keyboard-mouse bundles sell for about $80 to $100, depending on the configuration.
Fingerprint reader4. Fingerprint reader
Microsoft's fingerprint reader can be used to limit access to PCs or files. Researchers have found that Play-Doh and cadaver parts could help mischief makers skirt such defenses, but also that perspiration makes fingerprint readers more reliable.
MSN TV5. MSN TV
Since it bought WebTV in the late '90s, Microsoft has dreamed of selling set-top boxes that would give consumers the ability to surf the Web on their TVs. Unfortunately, not many have answered the call. Despite several attempts and different hardware configurations, Microsoft set tops have yet to catch on.
The RCA MSN TV 2 Internet and Media Player sells for $199 at stores that carry it, but you can get used ones on Amazon.com for about $70.