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121. SanDisk SDMSPH-1024-A10 1024MB
$39.00 $19.99
122. Apple iPod Photo Dock Kit M9868G/A
$279.88 $262.05 list($279.99)
123. HITACHI 6GB Microdrive MD6GBBP
$59.99 $39.94 list($89.99)
124. Linksys PAP2 Phone Adapter for
$238.00
125. PalmOne m515 Color Handheld
$12.99 $9.95 list($19.99)
126. Memorex 700MB/80-Minute 52x Data
$29.98 list($34.99)
127. Altec Lansing IM2 IM2 Portable
Too low to display $39.99 list($59.99)
128. Sennheiser PX 200 Traditional
$35.99 list($60.00)
129. Linksys L03040 Power 2GO Inverter
$42.99 $36.50 list($49.99)
130. Apple Airport Express Stereo Connection
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131. APPLE M9034LL/A USB Apple Keyboard
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132. Is330dc Color Fb Scanner 38ppm
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133. Logitech x-230 2.1 2-Piece Dual
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134. D-Link DWL-G810 Wireless 802.11g
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135. Viewsonic Vg900B 19" LCD Monitor
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136. SanDisk SDDR-103-A10M Mobilemate
$650.00 list($699.99)
137. Apple M7649ZM/B Studio Display
138. Kensington Auto Charger and Cassette
$149.99 $90.52 list($199.99)
139. JBL Encounter 2.1 Multi Media
$57.99 $49.99 list($96.00)
140. Netgear GS605 5-port Gigabit Ethernet

121. SanDisk SDMSPH-1024-A10 1024MB Ultra II MemoryStickPro

our price: $179.54
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Asin: B0001CNMFW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 1838
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ultra-fast -- up to 9MB per second write speed, 10MB per second read speed
  • Faster write speed means less time between shots
  • High density flash memory & optimized controller technology lets you save large image files faster
  • Memory Stick PRO is available in capacities ranging from 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, all the way to 1GB (this card) and 2GB.
  • Compatible with select existing devices, and practically all Memory Stick(R) friendly devices released from Spring 2003 forward

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cheaper alternative to Sony.
After using regular SanDisk Memory Stick Pro, I indeed noticed read/write speed improvement: about twice faster, I would say. SanDisk uses same Sony memory chips as Sony does, they just package them on their own factory, so theoretically you are getting same product with different labels. So why pay extra for "brand", if you can get same product with lifetime warranty anyway?
If you are considering this card for your digital camera, do not set your expectations too high: though you are gonna notice that Ultra-II' write speed doubled over regular cards, the real bottleneck is your camera's shutter lag and size of the camera's internal buffer (in burst mode). In auto-focus mode, the lag on my Sony DSC-717 is still over a second - I'd say about 20% improvement. If you want to shoot faster, learn to use manual focus. ... Read more


122. Apple iPod Photo Dock Kit M9868G/A
list price: $39.00
our price: $39.00
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Asin: B0007KX4UQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 778
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Watching photo slideshows on your TV has never been easier. A convenience home base for iPod, the dock provides battery charging and file syncing via FireWire or USB 2.0. Also includes an optional S-video connector for enhanced clarity when viewing slideshows on a TV that is S-video equipped. A line-out jack attaches to the iPod to optional powered speakers to provide a well-rounded source of entertainment. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Big ripoff
Unless your USB port is located in the back of your computer I recommend not buying this. This $40 dock looks like it cost about $2 to make and it doesn't even come with any wires. Just the dock for $40. They could send it in an envelope. ... Read more


123. HITACHI 6GB Microdrive MD6GBBP
list price: $279.99
our price: $279.88
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Asin: B0008D7B6U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 7543
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Anyone, anywhere, anytime. References to a "connected world" seem to appear at every turn. One constant among all of the devices and data is the need for superior storage technology.

The 6GB Microdrive 1" disk drive can help meet this need with its compact form and light weight, not to mention its capacityall from the company who invented magnetic disk storage technology.

6GB Microdrive 1" disk drive offers both portability and interchangeability, making it ideal for many applications in this connected world.

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Features

  • 6GB removable storage in a one-inch Hard Drive weighing just over half an ounce!
  • Industry standard CF+ Type II Format
  • Incorporates leading edge HITACHI technologies for maximum capacity, performance and reliability
  • Rubber bumpers for shock absorption
  • Maximum sustained data rate of over 7MB/sec

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars CF+ compatibility is an issue for some
This little device works great: my Canon PowerShot S50 liked it just fine and wanted to shoot 4000+ pictures.

However, the Konica Minolta A2 is not compatible with this device; use a conventional CF interface device instead. A2 only saw 2GB out of 6GB. The A2 has no problem with 4GB Compact Flash cards, I used a Kingston Elite Pro CF successfully. ... Read more


124. Linksys PAP2 Phone Adapter for Vonage Internet Phone Service
list price: $89.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B0002V8KX6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 559
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Vonage, you can make calls through the Internet, potentially save on long-distance charges, and access a rich assortment of call features. Plans start as low as $14.99 per month, and the Premium Unlimited plan offers unlimited calling to the U.S. and Canada for only $24.99 per month. And it's easy to use: For making and receiving calls,Vonage works just like a traditional phone service; no special access codes or account numbers are required.

Easy Hardware Setup

All Vonage plans let you enjoy the call features you've become accustomed to—call waiting, caller ID, voicemail, call forwarding, three-way calling, call return, repeat dialing, and reliable long distance—plus other features that may be new to you. For example, you can receive your voicemail as an email attachment, and you'll have a phone number that travels with you.Visit http://www.vonage.com/amazon to see which plan is best suited to your lifestyle and budget. The low monthly rates are quite reasonably priced,in our opinion, and with them you may save considerably compared to traditional phone service. International calls are available for additional low fees, with one economical exception: calls from the U.S.to Canada are treated like domestic long distance calls, rather than international. Vonage also supports short-form emergency 911 services, where available.

This Vonage Internet Phone Service Starter Kit is quick and easy to install in your home or business. All you need is a high-speed Internet connection (cable or DSL modem) and a touchtone phone. Setup is simple: Just connect one end of the included Vonage-certified Linksys PAP2 phone adapter to your Ethernet router or gateway and the other end to your telephone. Then sign up for Vonage phone service. An extra port on the adapter allows you to attach an additional phone or fax machine.You'll have instant access to both phone lines, each with a separate number, and you can even assign them different area codes (subject to availability).You can still surf the web while talking on the phone or receiving faxes. The phone adapter includes a generous three-year warranty from the manufacturer.

What's in the Box
Linksys phone adapter, power adapter, user's guide on CD-ROM, network cable, quick installation card, Vonage Internet PhoneService Starter plan, support information and promotional offers, registration card

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Features

  • Unlimited calling to the U.S. and Canada only $24.99 per month, other plans as low as $14.99
  • All plans include call waiting, caller ID, voicemail, call forwarding, and many more features
  • Voicemail can be checked online or by phone or forwarded via email
  • Use your current phone; keep your existing phone number or choose a new one
  • 2 ports for analog phones or fax, so you could have 2 separate phone numbers

125. PalmOne m515 Color Handheld

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Asin: B00005Y1Z7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 3108
Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The release of the Palm m515 handheld proves that Palm listens to customers and is willing to make changes. Thanks to the indifferent customer response to the lackluster color screen of the Palm m505 (released in 2001), the Palm m515 boasts a much brighter display and contrast controls that were missing in its predecessor.

We were among the many who voiced disappointment with the Palm m505, and while the m515's color screen still isn't at the top of the class, it's an obvious and welcome improvement. With display support for over 65,000 colors, icons and images (viewed in the included PhotoSuite application) have a nice richness and depth of color. However, as the screen resolution is only 160 by 160 pixels, the m515 doesn't achieve the crispness found in the Sony T615 (which has a 320 by 320 pixel resolution). But ultimately, unless you need a high-end multimedia viewer integrated into your handheld, you should be suitably happy with the m515's display.

There are only three levels of brightness contrast control--high, low, and off. At first we were taken aback by the "off" setting, as it rendered the screen almost invisible in our office, but it's fine for outdoor usage and will help conserve battery power.

With its curved angles, thin design, and light weight, the Palm m515 feels very comfortable, both in the palm of your hand and resting in your pocket. Also, with the m515's 33 MHz DragonBall VZ processor, we found switching applications to be very fast.

The applications and desktop software (version 4.01 for Windows and version 2.6.3 for Mac) haven't changed, and that's just fine with us. (Note that a beta version of Palm Desktop 4 for Mac OS X is available for download.) The Palm interface is one of the most elegant and simple to understand--yet powerful--operating systems around.

But Palm adds more power with a variety of add-on applications that you can choose to install, ranging from Documents To Go for viewing and editing Word and Excel documents, to Palm's collection of mobile connectivity apps, to the aforementioned PhotoSuite for viewing images and short movies. Our favorite is AvantGo, an app that downloads Web content to the m515 whenever you synchronize, which enables us to keep up with the latest world news as well as Aussie Rules Football scores. You can add even more content and applications via the expansion slot, using optional Secure Digital or MultiMediaCard memory cards.

You can choose to synchronize the Palm m515 with the Palm Desktop application or link to Microsoft Outlook (Windows only). Palm Desktop is more than adequate, but if you are in a corporate environment and Outlook is your scheduling/e-mailing/tasking brain center (which it is for us), the synchronization is seamless.

Overall, we're very happy with the Palm m515--it's quick on its feet, has a nice color display, and is loaded with great software additions that can enhance both your productivity and your fun. --Agen G.N. Schmitz

Pros:

  • Improved color screen--brighter, with contrast controls
  • Good range of additional software, from Internet connectivity to e-book reader
  • Expansion slot enables you to add even more content and applications to customize the m515 to your needs
  • Easy synchronization with Palm Desktop or Microsoft Outlook
Cons:
  • Continued use of high brightness level can wear on batteries
  • Palm Desktop for Mac still behind the times, but new software on the way
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Features

  • Palm organization and style at an affordable price
  • Easy to learn and use--even if you've never used a handheld before
  • Mini-USB connector allows easy transfer and backup to computer
  • Keeps addresses, appointments, and important information safe and secure
  • What's in the box: Palm m515 handheld, USB HotSync cradle with built-in battery charger, Getting started manual, Palm Desktop software and bonus software, Complete documentation, Protective flip cover

Reviews (103)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Colour Palm For It's Time
The Palm m515, in my words, was the saviour for Palm's goof: m505.

Compared to the m505, the m515 came with 8MB more memory (a total of 16MB), and a brightness control, which help made it the best of all Palms. It has the look of the old V series, 16MB, hi-res colour, and expandability (uses Multimedia and Secure Digital cards), this Palm is the best idea since the first one.

(My wife uses my old m515, which replaced her m130. My parents also still uses their m515.)

The rechargeable battery, which isn't replaceable, stays charge for about two weeks. I suggest you get a cigarette charger if you're on the road a lot.

There are many third-party software, hardware, and accessories still available for the m515--more than what's available for it's replacement model the Tungsten E.

If you want a professional, slick, and/or versatile PDA that is inexpensive and fairly new, then I would suggest the m515.

Don't waste you money on the m505. And, I wouldn't suggest the m500--why spend the money for all the technology and get no colour screen?

If you want a new model and want hardware attachments (utilizing the universal connector), I suggest getting a Tungsten T2/T3 or the Zire 71.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good but not perfect
I owned a Palm III for four plus years and was very happy with it. Then my purse was stollen with the Palm in it and I was forced to update. I read the reviews on the Palm M130 and decided it was for me. I ordered it without visiting a store to check out the real thing and I found that it was much thicker and heavier than my Palm III. I keep my Palm in a wallet organzier and I could barely close the wallet with the M130 in it. Therefore, I returned it and I am awaiting my refund. In its place, I purchased the M515 instead. SO far, I am very happy with the 515, especially its width. The only annoying thing about the product is that they have an attractive slip on leather cover but the cover will not stay on the Palm. Otherwise, the software was very easy to install and the Palm is meeting all of my needs. The color screen is nice and the battery has not worn out yet after one week of use. Why can't they make the cover work though? I never had a single complaint about my Palm III.

3-0 out of 5 stars Worked great for about a year
I absolutely loved this handheld until it stopped syncing.

When I started having this issue I contacted Palm immediately. They said it was a problem with static electricity - or something like that - and promised to send me a card to reset the thing. Well they took months to send it and it still didn't work. Now my warranty is over and they won't honor my claim although it started during the warranty period. I am not going to pay $125.00. It just isn't worth it.

Now it is nothing more than a play toy for my children.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great Palm until it dies an early death.
Let me start by saying that the only reason I did not give this Palm only 1 star is because while it was working, I absolutely loved it. This was a great Palm pilot and I used it for pretty much everything. I loaded it up with third party software, filled my expansion card with e-books and played games with very few problems. I cannot highly recommend this unit and give it a 5 star rating due to the short life span compared to the price of $300 - $400 when I bought it a little over a year ago.

I started with a Palm xe, then a Palm IIIc, and ended up with a Palm m515. The Palm xe literally fell apart - the buttons snapped apart making it useless. When the Palm IIIc stopped working, I gave Palm the $125 to refurbish my unit which they did. Then about a year later it was accidentally put into the laundry while I was in the hospital after giving birth to my daughter, which is how I ended up with the m515. Now, just over a year later my Palm m515 just stopped working.

As much as I miss my Palm, I can't justify giving Palm another $125 to "refurbish" my unit or go out and purchase another brand new unit for $200 or more. I have spent SO much money on Palm PDA's and related items over the last three or four years that I feel like a junkie. I've been doing my research here at Amazon trying to find out if Sony is any better and it seems they are pretty much the same.

The irony is that Palm is selling products that do so much, but if you use all of the functionality, you drastically limit the life of the unit. So until these guys can make a sturdier product that has a longer life, they have lost me as a customer. And COME ON, give us a replaceable freaking battery already!

1-0 out of 5 stars Hot Sync Problems
I really really liked my palm until one day it stopped syncing. I didn't do anything to it, it just no longer made a connection with the USB on my computer. My warranty was up so I had to pay if I wanted to talk to the Palm tech support people. I did some searching on the internet and discovered that many others had the same problem--funny Palm made no mention of that as I went through all the trouble shooting wizards on their website. Also really irritating that they do not have a way to solve the problem. Palm does have a program that will drain the battery which apparantly makes the palm sync again, but many Internet posts have said that this makes the battery fritzy thereafter. I have purchased a serial cradle which apparently is free of the syncing problem to hopefully allow me to use my palm again. No matter how good the product is, if it doesn't sync with my computer it is WORTHLESS. ... Read more


126. Memorex 700MB/80-Minute 52x Data CD-R Media (50-Pack Spindle)
list price: $19.99
our price: $12.99
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Asin: B000075UZ7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Memorex
Sales Rank: 59
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Memorex CD-R is a write once, single sided disc. It provides 700 MB of space, which translates to eighty minutes of audio recording time. You can use this disc in 1x - 52x write speed compatible writers. Remember that you can use this disc only on a computer CD writer. A one-year warranty protects you against defects in the near term, while the discs' rated archival life of 70 to 100 years means you can rest easy about the future of your data.

What's in the Box
50 pack spindle ... Read more

Features

  • 50 recordable CD-R discs on a plastic spindle with dust cover
  • 700 MB of space
  • Store up to 80 minutes of audio
  • For use with 1X-52X speed
  • Record on computer CD writer

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Price and Great Product
I disagree with sid60's review, I have been using the Memorex brand for more than a year now, and so far, I never got a single bad disc. It has to be his cd writer, computer, or software. I have a 52x Lite-On drive, and I use burning sofwares like Nero Burning Rom, Clone CD, CDRWIN, DiscJuggler to burn cds all the time, againt, never got a problem. Also, the cds that are made in Taiwan are in high quality as well. As of 11/12/2003, it's only $9.98 for one 50-Pack Spindle, everyone should stock up, I did, hehe.

5-0 out of 5 stars MPEG1 videos
I use Memorex & Sony CD-Rs to create MPEG1 CD-R of various TV one-hour shows/series/episodes. I now have complete set of several TV shows - so if it's several years before they go to DVD, at least I'll have a digital copy. The MPEG1s can be played on any computer that has Windows Media Play version 6 or higher. The MPEGs WILL NOT PLAY on standalone DVD players (yet/pre 2002 models).

1-0 out of 5 stars Too Cheap of media!
I thought I had great respect for memorex, but after this I do not. I would say this spindle that I picked up on a whim becuase of price is about 50/50. Half burn and the other coaster. This is on a Plextor which never coastered until now. I dunno probably the last time I buy media online from a big store. Anymore I choose to go to media specialty stores, they sell good media and they give you a good price. Don't know what happened to quality control but it went downhill for memorex. Spend less on commercials and get yourself decent products.

5-0 out of 5 stars perfect
Memorex is the best brand for CD-R. Never had any problems whatsoever with their CD-R's. Other brands have a tendancy to skip after repeated usage, not so with Memorex! Highly recommended.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not what Was offered for Sale
The item I ordered was Memorex CD-R 50 pack spindle and what I got was COMPUSA CD-R 50 pack ... Read more


127. Altec Lansing IM2 IM2 Portable Speakers for MP3 Portable Enhanced Audio For All MP3
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00025HM7M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 1566
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Altec Lansing iM2 inMotion Portable Speaker System You’ve got a gazillion hours of music stored on your MP3 player, but until now, you’ve been the only one dancing. Introducing Altec Lansing inMotion iM2 portable audio system. This tiny, ultra-portable, battery-operated stereo system is the ideal companion for your MP3 or CD player. A highly efficient Class D amplifier powers two 2” full-range neodymium micro drivers to deliver a full spectrum of pure, distinct sound, while the revolutionary MaxxBass™ technology allows listeners to enjoy deep bass without lugging around a subwoofer. Best of all, connectivity is as easy as plugging inMotion’s audio cable into your player’s headphone jack. A highly efficient Class D amplifier powers four full-range micro drivers to deliver a full spectrum of pure, distinct sound, while the revolutionary MaxxBass technology allows listeners to enjoy deep bass without lugging around a subwoofer. Altec Lansing mission is to create and sell industry leading products and services that enable the customers to experience a unique, memorable and high quality audio solution. ... Read more

Features

  • Perfect addition to any portable audio player
  • High efficient digital amplifier (Class D)
  • Revolutionary MaxxBass™ technology – Creates deep bass without a subwoofer
  • High-performance, custom-designed 2“ full-range neodymium micro drivers
  • Extra long battery life – Delivers more than 24 hours of continuous playback with four AA batteries

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars good speakers for the price
Sound quality is very good for the size.

I have yet to test out the claim of 24 hours conitunous use on 4 AA battery.

one annoyance is that the base in the middle (between the two speaker) where u put your mp3 player/ipod do not have a no slippery surface. so you player will easily slipp off.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good speakers for your mp3 player!
Altec Lansing is known for providing good quality PC speakers for an affordable price. Now they have a hit on their hands in this portable speaker system for iPod or other mp3 player. The speakers are small, easy to carry, nice looking and most importantly sound very good.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!
The speakers themselves measure about 3.5 inches tall and 2.5 inches wide each.

The whole unit only stands (when unfolded) about 5 inches tall. If your mp3 player doesn't fit between the speakers, you can set it on the platform behind the speakers, which is nice... which I guess would also accomodate a portable cd player, etc.

The thing i was most impressed by is the sound quality. This thing can get annoyingly loud indoors... which is good! With some bass heavy songs, you might need to back it off just a touch (see the opening 20 seconds of Daft Punk - Around the World, or Underworld - River of Bass), but for most music, you can crank it up!

Everything about these speakers is very impressive, and reeks of clever design ideas... except one flaw. This is why I only gave it 4 stars. Even with batteries installed (4xAA), the speaker doesn't remember your volume setting when you turn it off. The next time you turn it on, you have to turn the volume back up again.

Other than that I'm completely and totally impressed! I'm taking it on vacation with me, and I can't wait!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little speakers
Got these for my MP3 player, excellent sound for the money. Fold up into a nice tiny bundle. Simply requires a headphone jack, so it would work well with any PC or portable player.

5-0 out of 5 stars A bargain if you click on the "Used or New"to the right.
This is quite the deal.Very good sound in a small package, and very handy, and looks purty. Great maker (Altec).Works great with my Ipaq, and my laptop at work.The bass actually isn't bad at all for no subwoof, and volume fills a small room handily.It's so portable.This purchase has made my life Nirvana.Well...

In conclusion, an extremely fine deal at the amount I paid, which I cannot obviously expose to you, dear consumer, but again, buy new at 4/10ths of the "regular" price, as I did.That's a hint. ... Read more


128. Sennheiser PX 200 Traditional Closed Collapsible Headphones (Silver)
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000089GN4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 496
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

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

Reviews (30)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect headphones
I ordered these headphones after weeks of research. Their primary use is in a dorm room, listening to mp3s while doing homework so as not to disturb the roommate.

I was a little worried that the small cups would limit sounds or not provide a closed headphone environment, but the PX200s didn't let me down. You do have to remember to wear them low on the ears. Very comfortable--a slight pinch on my big head after a while, but not bad at all. They block enough of the little distracting sounds, and I can turn my music up to levels that would destroy my hearing and my roommate still can't hear a thing.

I am listening through them while I type this. I am not sure if "breaking in" headphones is myth or not; however, the bass seems to sound even better than last week. Before the Sennheisers, I was using $40 sony headphones purchased from a local retailer, and I will never go back, nor let anyone I know get anything but Sennheisers. Try them and you'll be hooked.

4-0 out of 5 stars Sennheiser Px 200
I truly wanted some pretty decent portable headphones for my MP3 player. Most headphones that come with music players are a joke, so it was back into the piggy bank again to find something worthy to listen to my collection. Before buying the Px 200's, I was using a pair of Koss KSC-55 behind the ear headphones. Lots of bass, pretty reasonable for the price, but they developed a small crackle with lower quality music, so going to a forum ... gave me some insight into what the veterans of music recommend for portable headphones.

To be honest, my first impressions were of disappointment after receiving them. No bass, kind of tinny and only a small amount better at driving my mp3 player than the Koss headphones. I don't know how much scientific truth comes with breaking in a pair of headphones, but letting these run for a few hours has already loosened them up to the point that my initial 'I'm going to send these things back' has changed to 'wow, let me give this break in thing a chance'. The Sennheisers are better balanced at sound than the Koss 55's. The Koss's are bass heavy, but lack midrange but are still commendable for the price. The sennheisers are very stylish and very comfortable to wear. They require good positioning to get the correct bass and sound out of them, but to me it's not difficult to do and once they are on, they stay on. Price through [Amazon.com] ... is reasonable considering they aren't easy to get in retail stores and seem to be backordered online. I'm not super experienced with headphones and with so many options out there I came to the conclusion I wanted to keep the price [down] didn't want in the ear headphones, didn't want phones that made me look like I was a DJ in the making, so narrowing that down, the Sennheiser Px200's are off to a good start. I'm hoping for even more sound off them when they are truly broken in ( that is if there is such a thing, or it could be just a tiny bit psychological ). I've only used them for a couple of hours, so it's time to shut down the computer and get back to the music. Thanks for listening...

5-0 out of 5 stars a competent pair of phones
These are really pretty nice, they fold up small, they come with a case and they're pretty comfortable. On top of that they don't sound all that bad. In an absolute scale I wouldn't give them more than a 4, but given that I bought them for portability and to use on my iRiver iHP-120, they're great. They're certainly more dynamic than the earbuds that come with any of the mp3 players on the market and produce bass fairly well, but they do take time to break in before the bass smooths out and fills out some.

For closed headphones they're pretty good, and I like closed headphones when I'm on the go because others wont bother me and I won't bother them. Otherwise open headphones (like the PX100 for example being a similar model) will generally sound better. Don't expect these to match fancier headphones like the HD580 or better from Sennheiser (or my Grado SR325s) but they are fairly good and if you expect no more than a nice pair of portable headphones with decent sound, they aren't likely to disappoint you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Small Headphones
The Sennheiser PX-200 Headphones are wonderful sounding, compact, comfortable headphones, and have found them excellent for all music I listen to. Since I listen to everything from Classical, Jazz, Classic Punk, Grunge, Heavy Metal, Rock, Heavy Techno, and World Music, this is saying something.

On the plus side: Excellent range and dynamics, fast, accurate highs, and deep bass. In passages where the bass is very low, I can really feel the bass in the temples, which is surprising given the smallness of these phones. They fold down very small, and come with a nice hard plastic case, which protects them as I carry them to and from work in my soft briefcase. The case is a little smaller than a paperback book. These phones have also allowed me to hear parts of music that I have only been able to hear using my Sennheiser HD-500A (Circumaural, Open back, with a dynamic range of 50-32Khz) headphones.

On the minus side: The cord is relatively short, and several times I have accidentally turned my chair and unplugged the cord from my CD player while working at my desk. The headphones DO need a break-in period, and the bass will become deeper after some hours of playing.

One other important note: although these are not noise cancellation headphones, they do block out a lot of the exterior sound. They block more sound than any other other compact headphones I have listened to, and are closer to a closed back headphone in sound blockage than an open back headphone. They block more outside sound than my Sennheiser HD-500A full size open back phones.

Summation: For $50, you are probably not going to find a better sounding pair of compact headphones. If the cord were longer, I would rate these 5 out of 5.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fits perfectly!!!
I wanted a pair of headphones for my new mini ipod. I already have the inear fontopia sony earphones whichever probably best in its category.
I had panasonic headphones but there where the normal (bigger) sized and therefore in summer there are not comfortable. One can only were the big headphones for so long.
I was amazed to find how well PX 200 fits. It has amazing frequency response and bass. Case is very well designed. I am highly satisfied with them and would recommed to anyone who is looking for good quality easy to carry headphones. I prefer listening to this ones even over my sony fontopia earphones. It has quality sound. ... Read more


129. Linksys L03040 Power 2GO Inverter - Car Cigarette Lighter Power Supply
list price: $60.00
our price: $35.99
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Asin: B00004XRDM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 986
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • DC-to-AC inverter provides 115 volts at 140 watts
  • Plugs easily into any vehicle's cigarette lighter
  • Automatically protects against vehicle battery drain
  • Compact, hardened aluminum design
  • Easily replaceable 20A/250V internal fuse

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars light and quite sturdy
Like others, I have used this product in a car to power a laptop and such small equipment. It works great. My only wish is that it would have an attachment for airplanes, which it does not.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great for a laptop in the car
We have a second-hand laptop, which didn't come with it's own cigarette/car adapter. So we purchased this product.

It works great, no power issues at all. My only complaint is that it gets really hot, so if you can place it near an AC vent in the floorboard of your vehicle, that'd be a good idea.

4-0 out of 5 stars Linksys L03040 Power 2GO Inverter
This product works great as we have used it a good few times
for operating a laptop in the car.
However, it gets very-very hot very quickly. Not sure if this
is normal.

4-0 out of 5 stars Linksys L03040 Power Inverter
Like all Linksys merchandise, this power inverter is well made and sold at fraction of the cost of comparable brands. I use this power inverter to run a small printer that I take with me and use inconjunction with my laptop. It powers this fine, but this is not a DC to AC inverter designed for large appliances. If you want to run something small like a laptop, lamp, small microwave, small refridgerator, it's great. ... Read more


130. Apple Airport Express Stereo Connection Kit w/Monster Cables
list price: $49.99
our price: $42.99
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Asin: B0002GDQZI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 1028
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Features

  • A Monster mini-to-RCA left/right audio cable
  • A Monster mini-to-optical digital Toslink audio cable
  • An AirPort Express power extension cord

131. APPLE M9034LL/A USB Apple Keyboard - White

our price: $48.98
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Asin: B0000ACOBG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2052
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Convenient multimedia keys provide immediate access for users of Mac OS 9.0.4 or higher to the system audio level ( Volume Up, Down, Mute) as well as ejecting media from the Mac optical drive
  • 15 full size Function keys provide a variety of short cuts to common tasks
  • Includes additional full-size keys for Page Up and Down, Home and End, Insert and forward Delete
  • Includes integrated USB cable
  • OS Compatibility -Apple Mac OS 9.2 > OS X 10.1

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great keyboard with a few minor shortcomings
Pros:

-Aesthetically pleasing
-Integrated USB cable
-Two additional USB ports
-Driverless (at least under 10.2.8, which is what I'm using), hot swappable
-Adjustable foot for increased or reduced angling

Cons:

-Minor discrepancies that notebook users may find initially annoying
-Tactile response, while good, is not the best
-Cord is too short
-No power key

I use this keyboard with my OS X 10.2.8 based PowerBook, and overall, I'm very pleased. There are some odd glitches, such as the fact that the key repeat rate is slower on this keyboard than on the PowerBook's integrated keyboard, and the tactile response isn't ideal for high-speed touch-typists like myself. On a good keyboard, I can reach about 130 words per minute, but this keyboard doesn't give me the right "feel" for me to hit speeds like that.

If you're used to using your notebook's integrated keys for controlling your notebook's sound or display, you may be initially disoriented by the arrangement of the keys. Turning your notebook display's brightness up or down is possible with this keyboard, for example, but the keys that do it aren't labeled -- I discovered it purely by accident thru experimentation. And where's the function key? Granted, it's not critical -- perhaps not even needed at all -- but I'd still like to have it available to me. The keyboard doesn't have a power key, either, meaning you'll have to use the Mac's power key.

The cord, at only thirty-two inches, is *much* too short. Be aware of this limitation, especially if (for example) you're thinking of plugging this keyboard into the back of a tower that's sitting on the floor behind your desk.

On the upside, the keyboard is very handsome and comfortable to use. In addition to the integrated USB cable, there are two USB ports on either side of the keyboard, allowing you greater flexibility in connecting and placing your USB-based mouse. You can also use the extra port for any other USB-based peripheral (I personally find it very convenient for using my jump drive). No installation or configuration is required for use -- plug the keyboard in and you're set to go. The keyboard is also hot-swappable, so you can plug it in, or unplug it, anytime you like (although you should be cautious if you've connected any kind of storage device to one of the USB ports -- be sure to properly unmount the storage device before unplugging the keyboard). There are some other, smaller, conveniences as well -- such as the CD eject key -- that enhance the keyboard's utility.

All in all, a very good keyboard that's definitely worth your consideration. ... Read more


132. Is330dc Color Fb Scanner 38ppm 21ppm SCSI2/3

our price: $2,317.99
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Asin: B00006B7Y4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Ricoh
Sales Rank: 25875
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Recommended
Go with the Canon DR-2080. This is one of those scanners, although attractively priced on Amazon.com, is still TOO [spendy] for its size (HUGE footprint).

The Scan drivers are difficult to install and are NOT user friendly.

Bottom line: go with the Canon DR-2080. Although the Canon is a path through, its quality and ease of use is FAR superior to this Ricoh behemoth. ... Read more


133. Logitech x-230 2.1 2-Piece Dual Drive Speakers with Ported Subwoofer
list price: $49.99
our price: $38.99
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Asin: B0002SQ0A4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 976
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Features

  • 2.1-channel speaker system with ported subwoofer designed for PC connection
  • Delivers clean, consistent sound for music, games, and more
  • FDD2 satellite technology produces uniform sound field
  • Dynamic, real-time bass equalization maximizes bass response and minimizes distortion
  • 32 watts total power (6 watts x 2, plus 20-watt subwoofer)

134. D-Link DWL-G810 Wireless 802.11g Bridge Adapter

our price: $75.99
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Asin: B0000CEPCH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 1899
Average Customer Review: 2.78 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 54 Mbps
  • Easy to Install. No Software/Driver Required
  • 802.11b Compatible
  • OS/Platform Independent

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Too bad DLink dropped the ball.
I am usually a fan of DLink products but they really dropped it on this so called bridge. This is absolutely not a bridge. If you are looking for speeds slower than 802.11b this would be perfect but DLink insists on using terms like "turbo" and "extreme" Two tin cans and a piece of string communicate more effectively than two of these relatively pricey units.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Performance from such a Little Box!
Having this DWL-G810 Wireless Bridge is a great addition to any network ready device. I have this wireless bridge configured to connect to my network with 108Mbps speeds, and I can plug and unplug this into any network ready device. For example I've plugged it into my Playstation2, my computer in the garage when I want Internet access, a laptop when my friend came over, and even my Dad's PDA with Ethernet adapter installed.

The setup is rather simple, just follow the instructions, reboot the box and plug it into whatever you want. Just make sure it is within range, and sometimes fiddling with the antenna helps with the signal.

5-0 out of 5 stars Working perfect (with right settings!)
OK. I have DI-624, DWL-G650 and DWL-G810.
I connected my KISS DP-500 Network DVD to the DWL-G810 and everything is working perfect, but you will need to work with settings for a few minutes.

DI-624:

Firmware - 2.42
Open System
WEP Disabled (#1)
TX Rate - Auto
Transmit Power - 100%
Beacon - 100
RTS - 2346
Fragmentation - 2346
DTIM - 1
Preamble - Short
SSID Broadcast - Disabled (#2)
802.11g only - Disabled
CTS - Auto
Super G Mode - Super G with Dynamic Turbo

DWL-G810:

Firmware - 2.12
Static IP
No Gateway Address (#3)
Infrastructure mode
WEP Disabled (#1)
TX Rate - Auto
Authentication - Open System
Super Mode - Super G with Dynamic Turbo

#1 - First you can try with security settings disabled and later you can enable security.
#2 - Guys: broadcast SSID is NOT necesary! No security issues!
#3 - this is the key!

Unplug both devices and it's done!

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't even work with other D-Link Products
I purchased the product to use with a ReplayTV unit. I followed the instructions for configuring it (a pain; see other reviews). While the DWL-G810 would "see" my D-Link DI-824VUP (router with wireless access point), it wouldn't connect to it even with the DWL-G810 within a few feet of the router, using all default settings, and encryption turned off. I found D-Link's customer service to be unhelpful and ultimately returned the product. My D-Link router works fine with my wired network, but I would avoid their wireless products.

1-0 out of 5 stars SECURITY PROBLEM -- AVOID
First of all, don't take my word on this, follow up by going to broadbandreports.com and search on DWL-G810. The security issue is that this device WILL NOT work unless you are broadcasting the SSID of your wireless network. This applies to the shipping firmware 2.0 and the newer firmware 2.12. This is the deal killer for me since I don't want to expose my network's SSID. I'm actually quite pissed off at DLINK over this.

By contrast, DLINK's "range extender" (aka wireless repeater) DWL-G800AP actually WORKS with SSID broadcast disabled, so one can see that DLINK could overcome this security issue.

The remaining issues are these:

(1) It won't support DHCP from your router to any PC hooked up to the bridge. You might think, hey, I'll configure my PC for DHCP and it will get the IP info from the router through the bridge connection. Wrong! It won't work.

(2) The router itself does not work for obtaining DHCP from the router EVEN THOUGH IT HAS THIS AS AN OPTION. This is outrageous and completely unacceptable. Confirmed on BroadbandReports.com and by DLINK's Level 2 support.

Bottom line is that, while it works, it's entirely manual in the configuration and the SSID broadcast requirement is a security vulnerabilit not worth enduring. ... Read more


135. Viewsonic Vg900B 19" LCD Monitor (Black)

our price: $499.99
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Asin: B00006W2QJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: ViewSonic
Sales Rank: 13764
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Amazon.com Product Description

Treat yourself to a monitor that provides exceptional clarity and sound while requiring a minimum of space on your desktop. The ViewSonic VG900B features a 600:1 contrast ratio, 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, and two powerful three-watt speakers that combine to offer the ultimate in smooth, rich multimedia.

A variety of onscreen controls provide plenty of image customization options, and the monitor detaches from its base for wall mounting to further the possibilities. 170-degree viewing angles make it possible for multiple users to easily share the monitor, while the OSD lock prevents visitors from altering your settings. The generous 19-inch flat panel screen is substantially larger than standard 15, 17, or even 18-inch LCDs, making images seem larger than life.

ViewSonic includes a simple installation CD-ROM, along with a generous three-year warranty that covers parts, labor and the backlight.

What's in the Box
Monitor, base, AC power supply and cord, 15-pin monitor cable, installation CD-ROM, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 optimum resolution
  • 250 nits of brightness
  • 600:1 contrast ratio
  • Wide 170-degree viewing angles
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

136. SanDisk SDDR-103-A10M Mobilemate Sd - 5 In 1 Mobile Reader Sd/msd/mmc/rs-mmc/transflash

our price: $40.99
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Asin: B000652LUG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 2633
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137. Apple M7649ZM/B Studio Display 17" LCD Monitor
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00008DCY0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 19217
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This modern, minimalist display is clearly designed for those with demanding temperaments. Its lightweight 17-inch screen supplies the outstanding 1,280 x 1,024 resolution you'd normally find in a 21-inch CRT giant, while the clean, simple lines and clutter-reducing two-port USB hub will have your desktop ready for a photo shoot.

Features include an anti-glare hardcoat, 16.7 million color capability, 0.264 mm dot pitch, and 350:1 contrast ratio for a rich, bright picture. The 170-degree viewing angle and nearly instant pixel response promise satisfaction when you're dealing with graphic-heavy applications--games, DVDs, and professional design programs are all a joy to watch.

Apple includes a one-year warranty that covers parts and service, and provides 90 days of free technical support. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution, 0.264mm dot pitch
  • Pure digital interface
  • 170-degree viewing angles
  • 2-port self-powered USB hub
  • 1-year warranty with 90 days of free tech support

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tried 3 other; should have just bought this one!
After ruining my existing CRT monitor, I had to buy a replacement. Searched for low-cost, high-quality CRTs and found none (went to at least 6 stores). Brought home two CRTs and immediately took them back. Then decided to up the ante by looking at LCDs. Bought the Sony SDM-HS73 (based on reviews and store demo). Brought it home and immediately didn't like the text when plugged in my G4 -- very fuzzy and gave me a headache.

So I finally did what my wife and several friends suggested, spend the $700+ and buy the monitor I knew I really wanted/needed. Save yourself the search and buy the best to start.

Cons: price tag, only Mac compatible, must need ADC.

2-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful for 1-2 years, then backlight fails.
I really wish that I could give this Apple product 5 stars, write some words of praise, and be on my way, but unfortunately I would feel uncomfortable recommending this monitor.

For two full years, this monitor was great. The resolution is generous, it is bright, and the fully digital ADC interface is perfect. Colors look good from a wide range of angles. The casing is smart and takes up little space, and it's easy to clean. The touch-sensitive power and brightness buttons are a nice touch that you expect from Apple.

Unfortunately, after two years, the top half of my display suddenly went dim, which is extremely annoying. I wouldn't post a negative review here just because I got unlucky. I am posting here because hundreds of customers have seen their displays fail within the first two years. Just look at Apple's discussion boards to see for yourself. (I can't post URLs in reviews.) Apple has not acknowledged that this is a widespread problem, and repair costs exceed that of a new display. It is also unclear as to whether or not this problem has been fixed in newer models. ... Read more


138. Kensington Auto Charger and Cassette Adapter for iPod, iPod Mini

Asin: B0002UHUM4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 11947
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Features

  • Complete solution to listening to your iPod or iPod Mini in a car
  • Power adapter uses car cigarette lighter plug to charge the iPod or iPod Mini
  • Fully retractable cords reduce tangles, save space
  • Cord doubles as dock connector cable or FireWire cable for computer connection
  • Cassette adapter plugs into iPod headphone jack

139. JBL Encounter 2.1 Multi Media Speaker System
list price: $199.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00077IHTC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JBL
Sales Rank: 10739
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Harman Multimedia (ENCOUNTER) JBL Encounter ... Read more

Features

  • Comes with two satellite speakers and on subwoofer
  • Harman Multimedia's world-class speakers computers, MP3 and iPods
  • "Touch Control" allows for simple touches to regulate volume
  • Patented Slipstream Port design maximizes port efficiency while minimizing port noise

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I've been abducted!
These speakers from JBL are an excellent choice for those seaking quality audio and a look that's totally out of this world.I have these attached to my new iMac G5, and so far I'm totally impressed with the sound quality.iTunes never sounded better.Since the iMac's integrated speaker system is less than desireable, this system will definately complete the Mac.

The Speakers are very easy to setup.Simply plug in the the left and right sattelites to the sub-woofer, then connect the AC power adapter, then plug the whole system into the audio out port on the iMac.The power switch (button style) is on the center back of the sub-woofer.A green LED on the front of the sub indicates the system has been powered on.The speakers have both treble and bass settings built into the back of the sub-woofer (dial style).

One of the most exciting features of this system is the volume controls.There are two chrome buttons on the right sattelite speaker, one "+" and one "-".Simply touch the appropriate spot and the volume goes up or down.Tap it for incremental increases or decreases, or hold for fast increases and decreases in volume.Touch both at the same time to mute the system.To bring out of mute, simple touch either button.

Overall, I have to give this speaker system 5*****'s.I really can't think of any con's as it relates these speakers.I purchased my set through dynadirect for $99.00.The average retail cost is $199.99 if you were to buy them from the Apple store.Save some money and be pleasantly surprised by the quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars BANGIN!
i WENT TO THE APPLE STORE TO BUY A NICE PAIR OF SPEAKERS FOR MY IPOD WHEN I RAN INTO THIS DEEP BASS DRUMMIN MULTIMEDIA MUSIC SYSTEM...BOYS' IT GOOD! aWESOME bASS...jUST HOW I LIKE MY MUSIC, LOW AND BASSY! cOOL DESIGN....
aWESOME ... Read more


140. Netgear GS605 5-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (10/100/1000 Mbps)
list price: $96.00
our price: $57.99
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Asin: B0002A9U7M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear, Inc.
Sales Rank: 5625
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Features

  • Gigabit bandwidth for moving large files quickly
  • Stylish Design- looks great flat or in provided stand
  • Smart- honors 802.1p priority tags, great for VoIP applications
  • Self-cooling, no-fan design means quiet operation
  • Stand included

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