The bioanalyzer can be useful for quantifying and quality checking double stranded DNA, RNA, and proteins. This method of gel electrophoresis will tell you both fragment size and concentration for each fragment, using up only 1 uL of sample. The reagents and chips are expensive (for the High Sensivity chips, ~$100/11 samples/single use chip), and have limited shelf life (4 months or less).
Rieseberg lab members have used this machine to check the quality of sequencing libraries and cDNA for microarray expression analyses. Various DNA and RNA kits are available, depending on what you want to measure, and their specs are at the bottom of this post.