Brookstone Automatic Wine Opener: also rechargeable and opens 30 bottles in one charge, the price is a lot nicer than the Peugeot. Works well with natural or synthetic corks, and even removes/cuts the foil around the bottle top. Some customers note this is heavy, while others call it light, so it appears it depends on your hand size.
Haier Rechargeable Wine Opener: thanks to CES and those recognizable, jingle-laden commercials during sporting events, we've become more acquainted with the products from Haier. 30 corks per charge.
Whale Tail Automatic Wine Bottle Opener: The name cracks us up and it does indeed resemble something you'd find in a Good Vibrations catalog. Looks like something designed by the folks over at Alessi. Unfortunately, this model doesn't seem to be around anymore despite several mentions online.
Power Push Automatic Wine Opener: this wine opener differs from the others, as it relies upon gas pressure instead of battery powered operation to pop open your good times in a bottle. An audible pop is still maintained, though safely dissipated by the design.