There are some pretty keen gadgets shipping out today, headlined by the Dell Vostro All-In-One. The desktop's good looks will be sure to please anyone in the market for a stylish PC to spruce up the office.
• The Dell Vostro all-in-one is now gracing North America after spending the last month exclusively in the Japanese market. The 19" desktop comes with a VESA mount or can be ordered with a nifty futuristic armstand. The base configuration includes a 2.6 GHz dual-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and a 160 GB HDD. Unlike its Japanese counterpart, the Northa American Vostro has a 1.3 mega-pixel webcam; pricing for the base configuration starts at $599 after $30 in instant savings and the armstand will add an additional $90. [Electronista]
• Verbatim is hoping to differentiate itself from the plethora of ubiquitous USB Flash Drives with their new Tuff-Clip line. The flash drives are housed in a rugged plastic case with retractable connector to prevent damage from shocks and small drops. There is pre-packaged security software to keep sensitive information secure, the software is Windows only but the drives are compatible with OS X and Linux. The 4GB and 8GB drives will cost $29.9 and $49.99 respectively. [I4U]
• Sid Meier's Civilization is finally coming to the iPhone and iPod Touch as Civilization Revolution. The mobile version is a completely intact version of the original with no shortcuts—there are 16 different civilizations for players to choose from, each with unique abilities. The game has been optimized for the mobile platform, a minimally configured game can be completed in two or three hours instead of the customary 12. The game will be $10 from the App Store, but there is a $5 introductory price if you act soon. Go now! [Ecoustics]