If you don't know high def from high heels, and the thought of even going into an electronics store makes your eyes glaze over, this is for you.
Rich Demuro, a senior editor at technology Web site CNET.com, offers some new tech toys that are in touch with their feminine side.
Here’s the latest in fun (and pink!) gadgets to satisfy both the inner geek and girly girl:1. Digital camera
Casio EXILIM Hi-ZOOM EX-V7 $399.99.
- Casio 7.2-megapixel EXILIM Hi-ZOOM EX-V7, the most powerful zoom in the stylish EXILIM® series of compact digital cameras.
- This new model is the world's slimmest digital camera with a 7X optical zoom lens. Easily fits in a shirt pocket or small purse.
- "Auto Tracking AF" function follows moving subjects, keeping them continuously in focus until the photo is taken.
- Anti Shake reduces blur due to shaky hands and subject movement, using high shutter speeds and high sensitivity settings.
- Electronic camera shake compensation function eliminates blur when shooting in movie mode.
- Records 16:9 wide-aspect movies compatible with wide-screen TVs.
2. Pink laptop
Sony VAIO C Series Laptop, Pink, Green & Silver Colors, $1,449.99.
- Designed to express personality, new line of slim notebooks comes in five hip colors.
- Backed by an Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor, the VAIO C model also has plenty of power for high-speed computing and an energy-efficient battery life so you can enjoy games, music and movies longer.
- Weighting in at about 5 pounds.
- The model also serves as a well-equipped home theater away from home. It features a 13.3-inch widescreen display (measured diagonally).
3. Pink XM radio
XM Radio Pink Pioneer Inno, $199.99.
- Support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation's fight against breast cancer. $30 from each inno sold and activated go to the Komen Foundation.
- Live XM when portable or docked.
- MP3 (WMA) storage and play.
- 50 hours storage of XM recordings.
- Compatible with XM + Napster.
- Built-in wireless FM transmitter.
4. Fashion phone
Nokia 7380 Fashion Phone, $359.99.
- Accentuated with leather, cloth, metal, and ceramic-inspired finishes.
- Glass mirror display with light-enhanced effects.
- Capture the spotlight with a 2-megapixel camera.
- 2-megapixel camera.
- Video streaming.
- Bluetooth wireless technology.
- Shared memory of 52 MB for user data: contacts, text messages, multimedia messages, ringing tones, images, video clips, calendar notes, to-do list, and applications.
- Integrated music player for MP3/AAC/M4A formats.
- FM radio (requires stereo headset, sold separately).
- Ring tones: Video ringing tones, MP3, AAC, MIDI-64 ringing tones.
5. Designer computer mice
Pat Says Now designer computer mice, $30 to $25,000.
- Pat Says Now is Switzerland's first manufacturer of individual computer mice.
- Featured on show: a ladybug, a bunny rabbit, a leopard print mouse.
- Company even sells a $25,000 diamond-laced computer mouse.
6. MP3 WATCH
Origim's Superior Lady Diamond MP3 Watch D01, $109.99.
- All in one: MP3 Player for 3D Music (MP3, WMA, ASF), 512 MB Flash USB 2.0 drive to carry digital photos, documents and music all together.
- Built-in Digital Voice Recorder with MIC allows you to record 18 hours conversation.
- Max play time: 6-8 hours for full recharge
- Color: silver dial with pink bank .
7. Designer Shoe Wheel
By Rakku, $65.
- The Shoe Wheel is the brainchild of designer Danilo Torro, who formed a Hong Kong based company manufacturing private label fashion collections.
- Alternative to piling up his family's shoes in the corner of their spare bedroom.
- Paying homage to the Shoe Wheel's Asian Roots, Torro and his partner, Lori Quon, named their company "Rakku," meaning "rack" in Japanese.
- This model fits shoes up to men's size 10.5