Hot shot The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX5 (right) is a camera for action men who like to travel light. Sony claims it is the world's slimmest waterproof, shockproof and dustproof compact digital camera. Measuring 17.7mm thick and weighing a mere 144 grams with battery and memory card, the camera offers 10.2-megapixel resolution, high-definition video recording, a three-inch touchscreen display and a 25mm, wide-angle Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens. Its self-portrait function pinpoints the best composition before activating an automated timer. Available in black, green, pink, red and silver, the Cyber-shot DSC-TX5 sells for HK$2,990. Smart guide Taiwanese netbook pioneer AsusTek Computer and satellite navigation expert Garmin have teamed up to create a 3.5G smartphone. The internet-ready Garmin-Asus M10 (right) runs version 6.5 of Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system and an advanced Global Positioning System capability, with built-in bilingual maps of Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong province. Used for in-car navigation, it has a mode that guides drivers to the correct lane as they head towards a turn or an exit. On highway mode, it tells drivers about the upcoming three exits. It also has a five-megapixel camera, a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, four gigabytes of flash memory and Bluetooth and Wi-fi connections. The Garmin-Asus M10 is priced at HK$3,280. Striking gold Monster, maker of the hip Beats by Dr Dre premium headphones, has delivered studio-quality audio in a smaller package: the Turbine Pro Gold in-ear speakers (far right). The patented Magnetic FluxTube system, found in Monster's best speaker cables, helps deliver more natural audio reproduction and a punchier bass. Its SuperTips in-ear design provides a snug fit and 'superior' noise isolation. So confident of the device's sturdy all-metal construction is Monster, that it is offering a unique one-time replacement guarantee over the life of a purchased product. The Turbine Pro Gold in-ear speakers cost HK$2,580 at HMV stores.