Looking for the top holiday gifts of 2010? All it takes is a little digging, and a little logic. Everyone loves music and headphones of every active noise kind are even bigger than ever this year. From iPads, iPods, and iPhones we've all got our weapon of choice for work, entertainment, and lifestyle.

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The Apple iPhone 4G is all the rage at the moment with millions searching for all the latest news about this device, now we will give you just a little bit more. The new iPhone will also feature EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps, WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, 3G HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, v2.0 USB, 5-megapixel camera with 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, Touch focus and geo-tagging, Video and secondary camera for iChat or similar, iPhone OS (based on Mac OS), SMS/MMS/Email/Push Email Messaging, Safari HTML Browser, Games including motion based, GPS with A-GPS support, active headset cancellation with dedicated microphone.

This is very light and compact it folds so that it would easily fit in your pocket. The ear cups are especially compact. The ear cups have a leather cushion feel for added comfort and also to provide an effective seal for active noise cancellation suppression.

Okay, now that you know what technology you will go for, you will need to know what design of "earphones" you will go for. Firstly, we have good old Earphones, the most common kind you see around. These are compact and can be easily kept in your handbag. Then, we have Earbuds that have an extension into your ear to really effectively block out outside noise, but can be uncomfortable to some people. Finally, we have Headphones that go over your head and cover your entire ears, giving you good active noise cancelling headset isolation and comfort too.

Features & Performance: One of our favorite features on the Sony 8 GB Walkman is the built-in noise-cancellation feature. It works very well with the headphones that come with it, and the best thing is, it also works with other headphone sets. Another cool feature is the SensMe feature that automatically creates a variety of play-lists from your song database based on the tempo and the mood of the songs. The quality of the FM radio transmissions was very good and the Video/MP3 playback was also pretty impressive. The audio was rich and crisp, while the images displayed were sharp and clear. The battery life on the Sony 8 GB Walkman was also very good, lasting close to 40 hours (audio playback) and almost 10 hours (for video playback).