We're used to top ten lists giving us the best of the best of a particular genre, but occasionally get something more interesting. PC Magazine has a top ten list of the worst products to not buy. Starting off with a $450 pair of sunglasses with a built in mp3 function, the aricle decimates several "ultra geeky" items that seemed to be quite the flops. Admist all the good hardware we see, there of course must be the duds. A lot of the products I haven't even heard of, such as PepperPad, and most of them do sound a bit bogus. I was surprised to see Samsung hold the number one worst product list. Take a look and judge for yourself. Without the bad, good is irrelevant.
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