The world's finest guitar maker has revived the ukulele, that strummable little portal to the islands. From East Indian rosewood to rare Hawaiian koa, the beauty here is in the details. Models start at $389; martinguitar.com

The Finns may have nailed productivity with Nokia, but they aced the proverbial cigarette break with the Finnish Dart Set. The clean lines can lend chic to even the shabbiest office -- without making it look like a frat house. $48; kioskkiosk.com

Sennheiser's lightweight (10 ounces), foldable headphones offer professional-grade sound quality (clean bass notes and no hissing on the high frequencies) and 32 decibels of ambient noise reduction thanks to their extremely snug fit. $200; sennheiserusa.com

With dual 3-inch LCD screens, a touch-screen interface, and a Wi-Fi connection that allows you to compete real-time with gamers worldwide, Nintendo's newest handheld is a supreme time sucker. $130; nintendo.com/ds

The first LCD built specifically for gamers, it can handle blistering frame rates and has virtually no lag time between inputs and display. That's not to mention the HD 1080p resolution and the wide viewing angles. $1,700; sharpusa.com

So you scored a job at one of those companies with "nap stations." Great. Now you need nap gear. Try this throw from Missoni, the Milan design house whose rich colors have graced everything from silk dresses to a hotel chain. $358; missonihome.com

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The world's finest guitar maker has revived the ukulele, that strummable little portal to the islands. From East Indian rosewood to rare Hawaiian koa, the beauty here is in the details. Models start at $389; martinguitar.com

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