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41. Apple M7600LL/E 802.11b AirPort
Too low to display $609.95 list($749.99)
42. Epson Stylus Photo 2200 Inkjet
$1,020.99 list($1,499.99)
43. Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL Scanner
$94.99 list($129.99)
44. Altec Lansing inMotion iMmini
$114.99 $104.99 list($149.99)
45. Logitech Z-2300 2.1 THX-Certified
$154.99 $137.67 list()
46. Sandisk 2GB Compactflash Card
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47. Apple Cinema 30" HD Flat-Panel
$1,999.99 $1,025.00 list()
48. Apple Cinema 23" HD Flat-Panel
$249.00 $245.00 list($250.00)
49. Apple 4 GB iPod Mini Blue M9436LL/A
$23.79 $19.95 list($29.00)
50. Epson T5570 PictureMate Color
51. KLIPSCH Ultra 2.0 Pro Media Multimedia
$81.94 list($259.99)
52. Lexar Media 1 GB Compact Flash
$39.95 $31.99 list($49.99)
53. Sennheiser PX 100 Headphones
$86.44 $82.74 list($399.99)
54. Lexar Media 1GB SD Card (32X)
$1,380.34 $1,349.95 list($1,799.99)
55. Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL Scanner
$28.99 $26.40 list()
56. Sandisk 2.0 12 IN 1 READER THE
$139.99 list($199.99)
57. Logitech Z-5300e 5.1 2-Piece Surround
$190.99 list($219.99)
58. Creative Labs MuVo Micro N200
$24.95
59. Kensington Auto Charger for iPod,
$76.46 $38.92 list($95.99)
60. Canon BCI-6 Black and Color Ink

41. Apple M7600LL/E 802.11b AirPort Card

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Asin: B0000899ZD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 710
Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compatible with the 802.11b wireless standard
  • Ranges up to 150 feet indoors at 11 Mbps
  • Provides tight security
  • Use with an Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station for added functionality
  • Compatible with AirPort-enabled Apple computers

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars life changing
The wireless revolution has seriously altered the way I work. It didn't seem like it was that big of a deal, to be able to work anywhere in the house on a laptop. And then I was home over Thanksgiving and tried my father's - it was incredible. So, soon after I had my own and I love it - I even ended up getting another one for my wife's laptop.

Whether it's browsing amazon.com late at night in bed, checking morning email in the kitchen while the kids run around, or being able to set up a writing desk anywhere in the house without worrying about an accessible internet port - the airport system is awesome. Even if you only have a desktop computer it's worth it - you can to put the computer in a place where there's no internet plug, without the 40 foot cord draping your wall to connect it. All in all, a wireless system may seem extravagant, but once you have one you'll wonder how you got by without it.

The airport card, along with the base station, allows you to connect several computers, even ones that don't have wireless cards in them (i.e., we have two laptops on the wireless system, and then one iMac that doesn't have an airport card is plugged directly into the base station). You can print, scan - anything - wirelessly, as long as those extra components are connected to the base station.

If you have a big house and the base station won't be centrally located, you may want to look into the antenna. I have a 2500 square foot house and the base station is at one end of it. I can get access from anywhere in the house without the extra antenna, though in one or two places it's a weak signal. My father's house, on the other hand, is over 5000 square feet and the base station is at a far end - you can't even get a signal on the other side of the house. However, he purchased the antenna and the signal is now very strong wherever you are. A warning - you should make sure your airport network is password protected, especially if you get the antenna. The signal will be broadcast through half your neighborhood and if not protected, people can get on and use your airtime, clogging up your bandwidth.

Make sure you get the right card! There's the airport extreme card and the regular airport card (I believe they are both compatible with either base station). Check Apple's website for direct compatibility between your computer and the two different cards. They are different sizes and will only fit in the right kind of slot.

One final word - I've heard from others that certain products from Net Gear or other wireless manufacturers accomplish the same thing as the airport card and base station for much cheaper. I can't attest to the validity of this, but it might be worth looking into. I'd exercise extreme caution, since if you go with Apple products it will be covered with tech support, even if it's more expensive. And putting third party hardware in your computer will likely void the warranty on your computer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Watch out, this does not fit an Apple iBook G4!
Recommend and rating, hard to say. My intent is to make sure that people don't make the same stupid mistake that I did! An Apple iBook G4 can only accept an "airport extreme" card. I suspect that most of the latest generation ibooks, powerbooks, and powerpcs and etc can only take the extreme card.

Do your homework beforing buying the M7600LL card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Adapter Comments
Just to clear things up a bit further on the adapter business. When Apple started selling Airport-capable systems and cards, the cards could be used with the CRT iMac or an iBook or Powerbook. Rather than build a special slot in the iMac that you could slide the card into, the card came with a little wraparound bit that had a socket on it which plugged into the iMac. If you were going to use the card in an iBook or Powerbook, you didn't need the adaptor, the card slides into a slot. I guess after awhile they decided to including the adapter was a bit wasteful if a large segment of the buyers weren't going to use it, so they made it an optional extra. The fact that their newer systems didn't need the adapter, and that sales of the CRT iMac were slowing down probably had something to do with it as well.

I've bought 3 Airport cards myself for various systems, and have been very impressed with the ease of use and reliability of the product.

5-0 out of 5 stars it works like a dream
I am a recent convert and just got a new 12-inch powerbook. The retailer who sold it to me was supposed to have installed the airport card themselves, but they did not. The airport card came separately and I decided to install it myself. Not only was it the easiest thing to install in the world, it began working immediately. I'm impressed with how non-technical you need to be and how smoothly you can just do all these things that I would never have dreamt of doing myself in the PC world.

1-0 out of 5 stars If only it worked
Switched to Mac? Switch back.

I built an 802.11b network for the PCs in my house. I set up everything and had it working and tested for a few weeks before tackling the Airport install. Since I'm not usually a Mac user, I thought I'd make sure everything else was working first.

Well, it was the right decision. 8 months later, my Airport card still does not work. I put it in our iBook, and it's recognized, but there is an error message that locks up all the wireless applications and configuration, so the Airport is useless. Yes, I have the right OS version, and I've gotten the latest drivers and applications, but nothing works.

I'll try again, sometime, but it's just really hard to get psyched up for hours and hours of beating your head against the wall, trying to get something to work.

Hey, it might work out of the box for you. If you have an older iBook, though, I'd prepare for a struggle. ... Read more


42. Epson Stylus Photo 2200 Inkjet Printer
list price: $749.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000067V0A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 743
Average Customer Review: 3.85 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed with the serious graphics user in mind, Epson's Stylus Photo 2200 is stylish and fast and comes packed with user-friendly features. With Epson's new seven-color UltraChrome inks and three times as many nozzles as the popular Stylus 2000P, the 2200 is able to print 8-by-10-inch color photos in under two minutes (in fine mode). The UltraChrome inks are formulated to resist water and light damage and to ensure longevity, all while providing more colors than any other pigment ink on the market.

The versatile 2200 makes it easy to print on envelopes, roll paper, and many types and sizes of single-sheet paper.
A maximum resolution of 2,880 x 1,440 dpi (both color and black and white) results in amazingly accurate prints. The 4-picoliter droplets are the equivalent of 2-picoliter droplets in ordinary dye-base systems, resulting in ultrafine detail and clarity. Interchangeable standard and matte black ink cartridges help you get the best quality from black-and-white prints, while the included Film Factory(TM) with PRINT Image Matching Support software ensures that prints from compatible digital cameras are true to the original image.

The 2200 supports a wide variety of paper types, including glossy, semi-glossy, luster, matte, and Epson's velvet fine art paper, as well as large-format sizes up to 13 by 44 inches. With the included roll paper holder and built-in automatic cutter, you can print borderless images easily, while a photo catcher neatly stacks multiple prints as they are cut.

Compatible with both Mac and PC systems, the 2200 comes backed with a one-year Epson exchange warranty.

What's in the Box
Printer, AC power supply and cord, seven ink cartridges (cyan, light cyan, magenta, light magenta, yellow, light black, photo black), roll paper holder accessory, roll paper cutter and catcher; printer cable not included

... Read more

Reviews (59)

5-0 out of 5 stars Do you need a semi pro photo printer?
I've had my Epson 2200 for about six weeks. With free shipping Amazon's price was best on the net. Looked at Canon's and Epson's lower end models. I thought the Epson outperformed the Canon tonally. Have done about 45 8x10 glossies with medium grade Epson paper. Not disappointed in the output. Two pics were banded and short colored. Did a basic head cleaning and that corrected the problem. The light toned inks are used at slightly more than twice the rate of the dark tones. Am just now looking for a replacement for light magenta cartridge. I figure amortized cost per pic is about 1.25 per print with ink paper and printer costs combined. If you demand quality output for your pics with a fairly low volumne output, this is a hard printer to beat right now. If you're not too concerned about darker toning and flatter colors you can probably get by with something half as pricey. I'm delighted with mine.

3-0 out of 5 stars BEWARE: Archival Inks are TERRIBLE for glossy
The Epson 2200 uses archival inks that supposedly will last for 80 years...but the inks sacrifice the overall quality of the glossy prints...creating a 'bronzing issue'...which is to say that the prints have annoying reflections depending upon how they are viewed. There is also a dull sheen over the premium glossy photos that are distinctly inferior to the prints of the Epson 1280 or 820.

There are other annoyances...like having to switch black ink cartridges when switching paper types from matte to glossy. Also, this printer cannot print borderless matte photos! Once the matte black cartridge is inserted, the software won't allow borderless. Using the glossy black will really sacrifice image quality.

The matte photo results are very impressive, the colors are accurate and vibrant,this is where the printer outshines the competition. However, amongst Epson's own printers, the matte prints are no better than what you will achieve using the Epson 1280 or 820. The extra resolution is absolutely meaningless. I have scanned Medium Format film...so there was plenty of detail to be distinguished when I ran a side by side comparison test of the 820 versus the 2200. Upon close inspection the lowly stylus 820 was as good and possibly even better in the resolution department. Absurd...but true! And those printers (1280 and 820) are far less expensive, more versatile and give incomparably better glossy photos. So what's the deal? If large matte is all you print, then the printer is excellent. If you want premiums glossy as well then don't make the same mistake I did. Get the 1280 instead.
I would also add that the 2200 is of course considerably faster than the others(1280,820) when set at 720dpi(all things being equal). And it does an excellent job with text as well. So it is a bit more professional in that sense.

5-0 out of 5 stars Prints as good as Ofoto
I researched photo printers for weeks and read all the reviews. I wanted a dedicated photo printer for the best prints so I did not care about text or speed. I had decided on the Epson 960 based on the PC World review that rated it just below the 2200 and above the Canons. I went to Compusa and they did not have a 960 and were sold out of the 2200 for weeks. While I was looking at the other printers a shipment of 2200's rolled in, so I bought one. I compared identical prints from the 2200 to an Ofoto print on photographic based paper and I can say they are equivalent. The 2200 had a little less contrast but better shadow detail. With magnification the the grain was about the same on both prints. I used Premium Glossy paper. You do get some obscuring sheen when you look at the 2200 prints at an angle due the pigment based ink, but it is not a problem in my opinion. I then compared these to prints from my Epson Photo 780. With the naked eye there is not much detectable difference, but with magnification you can see the ink pattern on the 780 prints. The skin tones were not as realistic. I expect with various photos the differences would become more readily apparent. I think the 2200 is a great printer but a bit expensive. The 960 may be a good choice for less $$. I wish I could have compared them side by side.
Addendum: Upon more research I've learned a big advantage of this printer over the 960 is the Ultrachrome pigment ink, which is water resistant and good for 80 years. All of the dye based inks apparently will start to fade in just a few years (or some in just a few months). There are also compatible generic papers (try Redriverpaper.com). This printer uses the same inks and has similar quality to Epson professional printers ... Getting the best prints with the 2200 may require a little tweaking of the settings and adjustments in Photoshop or the like, where you can set the contrast and color saturation to suit your eye. Plan to use some paper and ink experimenting. Professional photographers and artists like this printer a lot. It is outstanding for black and white and for artistic papers such as matte and card stock, and of course it prints pics up to 13 inches wide and 40+ long. If you want the best and have the know-how (or want to learn), this is the printer to get.

1-0 out of 5 stars My Epson Experience
My Epson Experience

Let me begin by saying that I have over ten years of experience with all things computer related. During that period I have worked in almost every aspect of computer support. I have personally cleaned out countless numbers of inkjet printers with q-tips distilled water and alcohol. I kept my own Epson 740 going for 5 years without too much difficulty. I only got rid of it because I had a client that was desperate for a printer that would accept a Mac serial port. Boy due I miss that Epson 740.

I bought a C82 a little less than a year ago, after reading good reviews. I assumed it would be built at least as well as the Epson 740 I was using before.

Even after ten months my C82 still appears in almost brand new shape inside and out. Heck, I've only used it about thirty times or so. I keep it inside of cabinet shielded from dust. Plus as a matter of standard practice, I turn off all inkjet printers as soon as I finish using them, and I always change ink cartridges as quickly as possible to prevent ink from drying out inside printers.

So was I ever surprised when my printer stopped working. It had worked fine with the first set of cartridges I had installed. However, as soon as I changed cartridges the printer stopped working. I tried cleaning it at least fifty times, but it did nothing to improve the situation. So I did the natural thing and googled my problem. I was shocked by the sheer number of search results.

After reading through the reviews at Amazon and the hundreds of messages at fixyourownprinter.com I've come to realize that Epson has built and continue to build a printer that is so poorly designed one must question their integrity as a company. To think that so many people would experience the same problem and that their only solution is to continue to send people refurbished printers until their warranty expires.

Oh, and the part that will really get you, is that they require you to purchase and install a new set of four Epson branded ink cartridges to insure that your currently installed cartridges are not what is defective. So before you can even have your printer replaced you must invest at least sixty dollars on ink. Of course they offer to send you new ink with the replacement printer. Still to ask me to sink my time, energy, and sixty dollars into having my printer replaced with another one, which will simply get me right back to where I began. I mean really, the nerve. Is this what our present day world has come to? Have we set ourselves up so that these large corporations can totally take advantage of us in this way? Is there no recourse? Are there no standards of business ethics that they can be held accountable for?

The experience has left me feeling unusually sad. Epson has made me realize just how much I am at the mercy of these large corporations. I mean, if you want to print, who else can you buy a printer from?
I know that even if Epson would own up to this, they would argue that they had to make the printers so cheaply to remain competitive. Without doing so they would go out of business tomorrow. We've heard all that before. Haven't we?

Still though, this printer is made by someone in a Chinese factory. I know I'm going out on a limb here, but I would guess that that person is not well paid. Perhaps they are even exploited to some extent or at the very least we could guess that they are taken advantage of to some extent. Then as they role off the Chinese production line, Epson sends these defective printers all over the globe, wrapped up in fancy magazine advertisements. People like me buy the printer, use the ink, put in new ink, discover it no longer works, call Epson, ship the printer back to Epson, get the refurbished printer in the mail, and . Once the warranty is up we move our broken printer into the garage for a year or so, and then throw it away. It all seems so pointless.

Don't think me a luddite either. I love computers, printers, and gadgets as much as the next person. It's just that it disgusts me that I am forced to deal with a corporation that is not held to any kind of moral or ethical principles. As long as they are making money and growing we think of them as a good thing, without worrying about who they are taking advantage of. What are we doing here? How can we let Epson get away with this? Really!

Well it's not difficult for me to say I will be boycotting all Epson products in the future. I mean I'm sort of doubtful of their quality anyways. Oh and I haven't even mentioned the very unhelpful tech support and customer service representatives that I called long distance at my own expense. What a waste! Really what a waste!

Sincerely,

- Mark Whitney -
Hollywood, CA

P.S. I know the solution is to buy myself a do-it-yourself printer cleaning kit. If you google it you'll see that many companies sell them specifically for the Epson C80/C82. However, if you try to buy one you'll soon discover that they are all sold out, as I mentioned before I'm not the only one with this problem.

5-0 out of 5 stars WOW!!!! THIS THING IS AWESOME!!
I just bought this thing from Amazon and all I can say

is WOW!!!!

This is probably the best purchase I have ever made.

This thing is everything I ever expected and more!! It's

very easy to use as well!

I have bought other brands before, and this one just

blows everything else out of the water! I have to say,

everyone out there who is thinking of buying this, stop

thinking. I bought it and I am extremely happy with it

the moment I powered this thing on. YOU ABSOLUTELY

POSITIVELY CANNOT GO WRONG WITH THIS PURCHASE! I

GUARANTEE IT!!! ... Read more


43. Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL Scanner
list price: $1,499.99
our price: $1,020.99
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Asin: B000066TOR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 8238
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With 48-bit color and an amazing 3,200 x 1,600 dpi optical resolution, the tabloid-size ScanMaker 9800XL brings high-performance scanning to the corporate user, graphic designer, or medical professional. The large 12-by-17-inch reflective scan bed easily accommodates A3 scans, and adding the optional transparent media adapter (TMA 1600) lets you scan transparencies up to 12 by 16 inches--including X-rays. Other great features include 3.7 maximum optical density with multiple sampling to reduce random image noise, a triple interface with FireWire, USB, and SCSI-2 for maximum versatility, and newly designed templates to accommodate a wide variety of film. Microtek includes a one-year warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • 3,200 x 1,600 optical dpi
  • True 48-bit color
  • 3.7 maximum optical density
  • 12-by-17-inch tabloid size bed
  • Firewire, USB, and SCSI-2 interfaces

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars When a Large Bed is Necessary There is No Alternative
Microtek makes one of the only large format scanners on the market today, which concerned me as I don't like to see a monopoly as then product quality won't be job #1. I was surpised, albit pleasantly when I was received the scanner from CDW and how easy it was to use. It has SCSI, Firewire and USB connections on the back which make it easy to setup and install. Scanner quality is excellent as we scan dental xrays and then send them to insurance companies, who are always complaining about fuzziness of the scans. Needless to say we have had no difficulties with this Microtek and would probably buy another one in the future!

2-0 out of 5 stars Scanning lamp went out
I thought the scanner was great, but the lamp went out just after 1 year after I bought it. So now all my scans have a rainbow line from top to bottom. Microtek's extent of technical support is reinstall the drivers, if that doesn't work you have to return it so we can repair it, because there are no authorized repair people out there, but us. They will not sell me the lamp, because they need to repair it themselves (they want the labor dollars). So, after I paid $1,400 for this thing a year ago I am going to have to pay another $200-300 for repair and shipping both ways.

5-0 out of 5 stars 4 stars for the scanner and an extra star for Amazon.com!
I have waited four years to buy a large bed scanner. I will never understand why the slight difference in scanner bed size increases the cost so greatly, (an 11 X 14 scanner is as little as $...) but that's the market as it stands. As an artist, I needed a scanner that would capture my work in one scan.

The Microtek scanner came practially ready to go right out of the box and installed into Windows XP effortlessly. It even came with a firewire card to install into the computer in the event the buyer didn't already have one. Very considerate! All necessary cables, both a Firewire OR a USB will operate it, and all the software was there and ready to go. Plugged in, it woke right up and scanned perfectly on it's first time out, as easy as downloading pics from my digital camera. No problems!

Amazon.com not only had the best price after a year of looking around, but offered free shipping and still got it to me the next day. If I had to spend this much on the scanner I at least got great service and treated well by the seller, as well as a quality product. OUTSTANDING!

4-0 out of 5 stars It's a very good scanner
We are a small publisher who scans large print publications for professional use. We ordered the Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL without the optional slide-scanning attachment, since we never scan slides. (The Amazon listings are not very clear on this point, but the more expensive version of this scanner has the slide attachment.) We ordered the scanner on a Saturday and it arrived on Tuesday. It was probably drop shipped from the manufacturer, who is in the same state as us, but that's still pretty efficient. The scanner is faster than our large-format Agfa Duoscan (which we bought for $5,000 six years ago and which is now broken). The Microtek bed is several inches larger than the Agfa's.

The only think I don't like about the Microtek is, the lid will fold up on a hinge but only at right angles. This bunches up really large publications that need to slop over the edge of the scanner bed at that end. The lid of the old Agfa lifted off completely, and I liked that significantly more.

But other than that, the Microtek is a great scanner at a reasonable price. ... Read more


44. Altec Lansing inMotion iMmini Portable Audio System for iPod Mini
list price: $129.99
our price: $94.99
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Asin: B0006ZO2CG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing Technologies
Sales Rank: 804
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Altec Lansing's ultra-small, ultra-sleek portable speaker and charging system with built-in docking port for iPod mini lets you enjoy your digital music collection without earbuds. This versatile system also connects to other audio devices, including laptops and other MP3 players, with an auxiliary input jack and included 3.5mm stereo cable. A highly efficient Class D amplifier powers four full-range micro drivers to deliver excellent sound; MaxxBass technology booms the deep notes so there's no need for a separate subwoofer. Simple operation is as easy as placing your iPod mini into the dock or connecting it through the auxiliary port. The dock recharges your iPod, too. The inMotion iMmini features a removable protective cover. It measures 1" x 7" x 4 1/2", weighs 10 oz. and runs on the included DC adapter or 4 AA batteries (order separately). One-year warranty. No-hassle 2- or 3-year Product Replacement Guarantee available (see order form). ... Read more

Features

  • Extra long battery life - Highly efficient Class D amplifier delivers more than 24 hours of continuous playback with four AA batteries (not included)
  • Auto Shut-Down
  • Crystal-clear sound - from four custom-designed neodymium Micro Drivers (2 x 25mm and 2 x 18mm)
  • Surprisingly deep bass - Revolutionary MaxxBass technology creates quality bass without a subwoofer
  • Built-in Docking Station - provides same synchronization, data transfer, and recharging options as the iPod dock (cable not included)

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars IFYOUNEEDPORTABLE
I wish I had gotten the larger system instead of the mini,but far from being dissapointed the sound quality is good.If you are traveling ,these are your choice.Small,easy to stow ,and you have sound.Take's battery's and come's with every converter for international travel.I like it.

4-0 out of 5 stars For a compact travel system, the iMmini is hard to beat
I needed a compact travel speaker system for my iPod Mini. After looking at the options, the iMmini speaker system seemed to be the best choice. It is very small, sturdy and lightweight, which makes it a perfect choice for travelers. It also sounds pretty good for as small as it is. It does get a bit distorted at higher volumes, but tweaking the iPod Mini EQ settings can usually help in that area. It's not loud enough to fill a room with sound, but it works perfect when sitting at a table having drinks or sitting out on a beach, etc. I'm taking mine to Costa Rica with me (along with several fresh batteries), and it's not going to make much of a dent in my luggage space...and that is exactly why I picked the iMmini. It also looks pretty stylishwith the silver iPod Mini. It's not a perfect sound system (especially if you are looking to blast the tunes like a boombox), but it's definitely a great choice if size and portability are desired. It's also worth noting that the iMmini works well with the iPod as a travel alarm clock unit. It may not be for everyone, but it's working out really well for me.

3-0 out of 5 stars AVERAGE
This system is certainly better than the JBL onstage docking speaker system, however it also has its drawbacks.

Pros:very compact, user friendly, portable.
Cons:eats batteries, lacks a remote, sound quality is average.

If you can afford the Bose ipod base speaker, you'll love it.It's worth the extra cash.Sound is incredible.Comes with a remote the size of a credit card.

I have all three...the Altec Lansing is better than JBL, not as good as the Bose.

2-0 out of 5 stars My experience may be unique but
.... maybe because it's first generation;

(1)It's a complete battery hog in spite of A-L's claims for long life.AA's last a couple of hours at most.Get rechargeable batteries, but even then you may have problems
(2)9 volt power plug-in doesn't work.I Had to call A-L for a replacement
(3)I bought some rechargeable high-power NiMH batteries at the suggestion of A-L customer support.It' still not enough power.The unit auto shuts-off after 3 minutes.

(4)It's going back to A-L for replacement.They are giving me a full replacement.Hopefully, it will work better.

(5)Sound is very good...when it works

A-L support was great, but overall, I am not happy with this product.

5-0 out of 5 stars inMotion speakers for ipod mini
I recentley purchased these wonderful speakers in an apple store located in Miami Forida . these are the best speakers ever. they are the perfect companion for your ipod mini. These speakers have great sound value and are worth the 130 bucks. They have great bass and just look kool im listening to greenday on them rite now cool item check it out ... Read more


45. Logitech Z-2300 2.1 THX-Certified 200-Watt Speaker System
list price: $149.99
our price: $114.99
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Asin: B0002SQ2P2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 268
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Features

  • THX-certified 2.1-channel speaker system with ported subwoofer
  • Delivers superior audio with distortion-free bass for movies, music, and games
  • Wired remote control offers master volume and subwoofer volume, plus headphone jack and standby button
  • Includes adapter for direct connection to DVD player, CD player, or video game console
  • 200 watts total system power (40 watts x 2, plus 120-watt subwoofer)

46. Sandisk 2GB Compactflash Card Type I (SDCFB-2048-768)

our price: $154.99
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Asin: B0000DD7PE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 1068
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Features

  • High transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • Non-volatile solid-state; no moving parts maximizes battery power; Data is not lost when power is turned off
  • Operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
  • Compatible with all digital cameras, handheld PCs, digital audio players, and other devices that feature a CompactFlash slot
  • High storage capacity

47. Apple Cinema 30" HD Flat-Panel Display

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Asin: B0002ILKWM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 3743
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2,560 x 1,600 optimal resolution, 16.7 million colors
  • Industry-standard DVI connector
  • Design complements the latest Power Macs and PowerBooks
  • 2-port USB 2.0 hub, 2 FireWire 400 ports
  • Requires NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Ultra DDL Card

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Preview Of the new Apple Cinema Dsiplay
Pros-
1)great thin design
2)biggest HD LCD Display ever
3)Wonderful Picture Quality amazing!
4)has firewire inputs
5)Can hook up additional display WOW!

Cons-
1)Can't Be used With PC-(but the 20" and 23" can)
2)Need different Graphic card just to use it

? Why does the design serve as a problem to whom own a power book G4 and like to place it under their Display the New design prohibits this.

Bottom_____________
This is a great LCD display with amazing clearity,has Dule monitor support. but has to have all new graphics card and design proibits the place of your laptop to slide underneath the display.

OVER ALL preview rating a 9.5 of 10.00 ... Read more


48. Apple Cinema 23" HD Flat-Panel Display

our price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B0002ILKNQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2904
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Features

  • Bright, wide 23-inch viewable image size
  • 1,920 x 1,200 optimal resolution, 16.7 million colors
  • Industry-standard DVI connector
  • Design complements the latest Power Macs and PowerBooks
  • 2-port USB 2.0 hub, 2 FireWire 400 ports

49. Apple 4 GB iPod Mini Blue M9436LL/A
list price: $250.00
our price: $249.00
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Asin: B0001A99LA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 23
Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 4 GB model holds up to 1,000 songs; supports MP3, AAC, WAV, MP3 VBR, Audible (6), and AIFF formats
  • Mac and Windows compatible; FireWire and USB 2.0 interface for fastest digital transfer available
  • 1.67 inch (diagonal) backlit screen displays full song names and more
  • More than 8 hour battery life on a 3 hour charge (1-hour fast charge to 80% capacity)
  • Comes with earbud headphones, belt clip, AC adapter, FireWire cable, and USB 2.0 cable

Reviews (192)

5-0 out of 5 stars Small in Size not in Functionality
The iPod mini is built from the ground up as a portable device for people with fast-paced lives. It's small and lightweight physical dimensions are perfectly suited to be being placed in a pants or shirt pocket without being a burden.

But don't let its light weight fool you into thinking the iPod mini is a pushover. The 4GB hard drive (3.7 GB actual) can hold about 1,000 songs - enough to last almost three full days. The installed software includes four games; calendar; notepad; contact database; clock; backlight with timer; alarm clock; and the abilities to customize the main menu; create playlists; and rate songs. All this is in addition to being able to be used as an external hard drive.

However, the most revolutionary aspect of the iPod mini (aside from it's size and weight) is its control interface. Incorporating the 'Menu', 'Pause/Play', 'Forward' and 'Back' buttons directly to the touch sensitive scroll wheel not only creates simplicity from a design standpoint, but form a user one as well. Accessing these controls is a breeze. Thankfully the touch wheel is designed well enough that accidental pressing of a control is unlikely to occur since you have to press down a bit to activate the button. I'd actually like to see the entire iPod line adopt this interface.

Some people complain that the iPod mini is only slightly cheaper than the 20 GB iPod and offers a lot less storage space. But what you loose in storage space you gain in portability. It is also important to consider that compared to other players of its size and weight, the iPod mini offers much more storage space, many more features, and a better music jukebox in iTunes 4.0.

I want to carry the most music I can in the smallest possible device that offers the best interface and features. For me, that device is unquestionably the iPod mini. If you have similar demands of a portable music device, the iPod mini is sure to become a permanent accessory to your lifestyle.

5-0 out of 5 stars Small But Powerful
The iPod mini is built from the ground up as a portable device for people with fast-paced lives. It's small and lightweight physical dimensions are perfectly suited to be being placed in a pants or shirt pocket without being a burden.

But don't let its light weight fool you into thinking the iPod mini is a pushover. The 4GB hard drive (3.7 GB actual) can hold about 1,000 songs - enough to last almost three full days. The installed software includes four games; a calendar; a notepad; a contact database; a clock; backlight with timer; an alarm clock; and the abilities to customize the main menu; create playlists; and rate songs. All this is in addition to being able to be used as an external hard drive!

However, the most revolutionary aspect of the iPod mini (aside from it's size and weight) is its control interface. Incorporating the 'Menu', 'Pause/Play', 'Forward' and 'Back' buttons directly to the touch sensitive scroll wheel not only creates simplicity from a design standpoint, but form a user one as well. Accessing these controls is a breeze. Thankfully the touch wheel is designed well enough that accidental pressing of a control is unlikely to occur since you have to press down a bit to activate the button. I'd actually like to see the entire iPod line adopt this interface.

Some people complain that the iPod mini is only slightly cheaper than the 20 GB iPod and offers a lot less storage space. But what you loose in storage space you gain in portability. It is also important to consider that compared to other players of its size and weight, the iPod mini offers much more storage space, many more features, and a better music jukebox in iTunes 4.0.

I want to carry the most music I can in the smallest possible device that offers the best interface and features. For me, that device is unquestionably the iPod mini. If you have similar demands of a portable music device, the iPod mini is sure to become a permanent accessory to your lifestyle.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Greatest Invention Known to man
3 months ago i reccieved my Ipod mini.I was in a waiting list since March. Since ive laid eyes on it has changed my life. I love it to death i wouldnt change it for the world its small,sturdy,and has great sound.I always get complements on it.I dont know how would my life be with out it.The price is good for it it holds only 1,000 songs for 50 bucks more u get 5,000. I just love it its money well spent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Funky Color...great price...
I could care less about the price, I am so typical...I was ready to purchase a 40GB! This product is excellent. When I purchased the green mini iPod, it was 3 days before my mom's birthday. In the house...we have seperate computers, I felt bad that she had to lug around a CD player on her arm, that I bought her a pink mini iPod. She was so so SO excited, she ripped the box open, charged it, then installed the software on her computer...3 weeks later...she still loves it, she jogs, runs, and hikes with it on her arm, one day...she even ran in the house telling me to log onto Target.com (We mostly buy all our electronics, furniture, and stuff like that from Target.com) to write a "divine" review, well...here I am. This product is excellent, fun, and holds about 1,000 songs, she has her 80's playlist, I have my rock playlist. (When buying this item...if you are a early morning/late night jogger, purcase the armband, it'll come in handy)

One Punk Rock Kid

5-0 out of 5 stars one of my wishs
When i first laid my eyes on that hot pink ipod i was shoked.
i ran over to my mom and told her about the wonder thing i have judt seen "whats that" she repilad that as i pointed to the ipod.
it really nice but we dont have the money for that right.
Some day i hope that someone will suprise me. ... Read more


50. Epson T5570 PictureMate Color Ink and Paper Pack (Glossy, 4x6, 100 Sheets)
list price: $29.00
our price: $23.79
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Asin: B0001ZJROY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 25
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Amazon.com Product Description

This affordable pack of consumables contains everything you need to get started with your Epson PictureMate printer. Designed to provide truly borderless photos, each sheet of paper is free of perforations and measures 4 by 6 inches.

Prints That Last and Stay Beautiful
Original print (left), then a spill-and-wipe test on leading glossy and semi-gloss papers (two middle) and on PictureMate (right)
The glossy finish provides a look and feel just like professionally printed photos. The six-color ink cartridge provides rich depth of tone along with resistance to water, fading, and annoying smudges.

The longevity is outstanding. According to Epson, when you store your photos in archival pages, you can expect them to retain their shading for up to 200 years, or up to 100 years when displayed under glass indoors. Each cartridge yields approximately 100 photos; the exact amount may vary. The pack is backed by a satisfaction guarantee provided by Epson.

What's in the Box
100 4-by-6-inch glossy photo sheets and one six-color ink cartridge

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Features

  • Replacement pack for PictureMate Personal Photo Lab printer
  • 100 sheets of borderless 4-by-6-inch glossy paper, 1 six-color ink cartridge
  • Water and fade resistant photos for worry-free handling
  • As affordable as the photo lab, about half the cost of other 4-by-6 printers
  • Print life of up to 200 years in photo album conditions

51. KLIPSCH Ultra 2.0 Pro Media Multimedia Computer Speaker System

Asin: B0006TIEZS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Klipsch
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52. Lexar Media 1 GB Compact Flash HSS (40X) CF1GB-40-278
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B0002ICEF4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media, Inc.
Sales Rank: 1000
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Features

  • Allows you to capture photos while processing others.
  • Digital Film designed for the Professional Photographer
  • Solid State Design provides the ultimate in reliability
  • Speed Rated product provides faster transfer rates
  • 100% Camera comapatibilty guarantee

53. Sennheiser PX 100 Headphones
list price: $49.99
our price: $39.95
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Asin: B000089GN3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 87
Average Customer Review: 4.72 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Collapsible open-air headphones
  • Warm natural sound for all types of music
  • High energy driver system for max performance
  • Rugged collapsible headphone with case
  • Super lightweight design

Reviews (39)

5-0 out of 5 stars Early Impressions
I decided to go with Sennheiser after using some work headphones (the $200+ "480p" model). For forty dollars, these are definitely worth it.

I've had the headphones for about a week now. I wanted to go with padded earphones rather than those that "cup" your ears.

Audio quality is excellent. They have ample/impressive bass for such flimsy looking headphones. I tried these with my iPod on the "Rock" EQ setting, listening to every genre: orchestral, electronic, acoustic, etcetera. Every track came through quite nicely. I'm not a hardcore audiophile, but I do like to hear my music clear and (sometimes) quite loud. So far these have delivered.

I mention that these are flimsy, but in a good way. The earphones are loosely attached to the main headband, which is flexible metal. They remind me of comfortable Plantronics headsets I have used in the past, so they don't "clamp" down on your head. They fit nice and snug.

The included case is a nice plus for travel - it took me a few moments to figure it out, but it comes in handy when toting the headphones from place to place.

So far I am very satisfied.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not 40 dollar headphones
The main drawback about buying a product like this on the 'Net is that you really, really, really want to be able to listen to them first. Yeah, these phones have gotten great reviews, but are they really that good? Since I can't let you listen to mine, all I can say is that if I had been able to listen to them first, I would have easily dropped $100 or more on these. I have a pair of Sony "Studio" phones that cost over twice what these do, and the sound horrible. The PX 100's have incredible frequency response, I can hear every note on the standup bass, all the way up to the screechy highs of the piccolo and trumpet. Incredibley light, the carrying case is well designed and the folding mechanism is intutive. My only complaint is the cord length: 1.4 meters, so a little over 4 feet is a bit too short for my tastes. But at about 40 bucks, you absolutely cannot go wrong. A resounding Five Stars!

5-0 out of 5 stars Hardly know you have them on!!
Very nice headset, hardly know they are on and yet the bass is very rich and soothing!! Nice!

5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST iPod headphones available!
I'm really impressed by these phones. The highs, mids and bass are really clear, plus you can crank them and they won't distort. My iPod drives them very well.

I listen to a wide variety of music, from downtempo and psy-trance to 50's jazz and Baroque. Everything sounds good with these, but I might be inclined to back off the bass slightly when I'm listening to Handel.

They beat the pants off my Sony behind-the-neck headphones and my $80 Sony "bio-cellulose" earbud phones AND the iPod earbuds. Don't expect them to isolate you from outside sound, however. And in quiet surroundings people sitting near you will probably hear them too. But who cares?! Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I read the reviews of these headphones and decided to go with them because my other headphones sucked. I was totally blown away with their sound, especially considering I spent $40 on them. The bass is just SO good. And they get really loud, at least with my iPod. The case they fold up into is very nice, it makes them very difficult to break. I would definitely go with these just for like listening to music around the place. They project a lot of the music into the atmosphere around you, so people nearby can hear the music, and that created issues when I tried to record with them, but they're not closed, so that was just a stupid idea anyway. ... Read more


54. Lexar Media 1GB SD Card (32X) SD1GB-32-231
list price: $399.99
our price: $86.44
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Asin: B00026KJ26
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LEXAR MEDIA INC
Sales Rank: 130
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Features

  • Great for storing pictures, music and data.
  • An erasure-prevention switch to keep your data safe.
  • Perfect for mobile applications and users.
  • Solid state design insures reliability and durability
  • 5-year limited customer-satisfaction warranty

55. Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL Scanner with Transparent Media Adapter
list price: $1,799.99
our price: $1,380.34
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Asin: B000068CNE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 19074
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With 48-bit color and an amazing 3,200 x 1,600 dpi optical resolution, the tabloid-size ScanMaker 9800XL brings high-performance scanning to the corporate user, graphic designer, or medical professional. The large 12-by-17-inch reflective bed easily accommodates A3 scans, and attaching the included Transparent Media Adapter (TMA 1600) lets you scan transparencies up to 12 by 16 inches--including X-rays.

Other great features include 3.7 maximum optical density with multiple sampling to reduce random image noise. A triple interface with FireWire, USB, and SCSI-2 provides maximum connectivity; and newly designed templates accommodate a wide variety of film. Microtek includes a one-year warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • 3,200 x 1,600 dpi optical resolution, 48-bit color, 3.7 DMax
  • Handles transparencies and X-rays up to 12 by 16 inches
  • Includes Adobe Photoshop Elements
  • Firewire, USB, and SCSI-2 interfaces
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars great scanner for small business pror
Microtek is a great company with a great product! I recommend this scanner for the professionals who need a larger scanner without the larger price. ... Read more


56. Sandisk 2.0 12 IN 1 READER THE MOST ( SDDR-89-A15 )

our price: $28.99
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Asin: B00064V6RG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 2619
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57. Logitech Z-5300e 5.1 2-Piece Surround Sound PC and Gaming Speaker System
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0002SQ0AE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 829
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Features

  • 5.1 surround sound speaker system designed for PC or game console use
  • Includes 4 satellite speakers, center speaker, subwoofer, and color-coded audio cables
  • Wired SoundTouch remote controls volume and power
  • Matrix mode creates surround sound from stereo, 4-channel, and 5.1 sources
  • 280 watts system power (35.25 watts x 4, plus 39-watt center and 100-watt subwoofer)

58. Creative Labs MuVo Micro N200 1 GB (Red/Black)
list price: $219.99
our price: $190.99
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Asin: B0006G9HMK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
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Features

  • Incredibly thin! Sleekest design to fit perfectly in your pocket, on yourbackpack, in your armband.
  • Directly record music from your cd player or other audio source with Line in
  • Built in voice recorder Record up to 16 hours of lectures or quick notes.
  • USB 2.0 for faster music transfer
  • Sports armband and carrying case with belt clip

59. Kensington Auto Charger for iPod, iPod Mini

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Asin: B0002UHUTM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 1669
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Features

  • Uses car cigarette lighter plug to charge the iPod or iPod Mini
  • Green and light green LED indicators signal plugged and charging states
  • Fully retractable power cord reduces tangles, saves space
  • Cord doubles as dock connector cable or FireWire cable for computer connection
  • For iPod or iPod Mini with dock connector

60. Canon BCI-6 Black and Color Ink Tanks (8-Pack, i9900 Photo Printer)
list price: $95.99
our price: $76.46
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Asin: B00028CHX8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 346
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Amazon.com Product Description

Need ink for your Canon i9900 photo printer? This eight-pack of individual ink tanks offers all the colors you'll need. It includes one each of the following:

  • BCI-6Bk Black Ink Tank
  • BCI-6C Cyan Ink Tank
  • BCI-6G Green Ink Tank
  • BCI-6M Magenta Ink Tank
  • BCI-6PC Photo Cyan Ink Tank
  • BCI-6PM Photo Magenta Ink Tank
  • BCI-6R Red Ink Tank
  • BCI-6Y Yellow Ink Tank
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Features

  • Compatible with Canon i9900 photo printer
  • 8 individual color ink tanks support Canon's 8-color print system
  • Black, cyan, photo cyan, green, magenta, photo magenta, red, and yellow ink tanks
  • Easy-to-install design
  • Quality results from genuine Canon ink

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