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41. EXCALIBER AGP 32MB-SDRAM
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42. OEM 6PK XFX GEFORCE4 MX440 AGP
43. OEM 6PK XFX GEFORCE4 MX440 AGP
44. Excaliber Geforce2 Ti Agp 64MB
45. OEM 6PK XFX GEFORCE4 T14200 AGP
46. Crystal 4 Channel Digital Soundcard
47. Pine 3d Phantom Xp3800 Agp 128MB
48. Pine Xfx Geforce4 Mx440 Agp 64MBnvidia
49. XFX GeForce4 MX 440SE 64 MB DDR
50. Excaliber Agp Nvidia Geforce2mx400
51. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX5900
$99.99
52. GeForce4 Ti4200 64mb w/TV Out
53. Nvidia Geforce2 Mx 400 64MB AgpVGA
list($149.99)
54. Pine Technology SM200C D'MUSIC
55. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX 5200
56. XFX GEFORCE4 TI4200 AGP 128MB
57. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX 5600
$94.99 list()
58. Skt A nForce2 400FSB
59. Pine Technology PVS03AB AGP VGA
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60. Pine Technology SM300T D'Music

41. EXCALIBER AGP 32MB-SDRAM

Asin: B00006B73G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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42. OEM 6PK XFX GEFORCE4 MX440 AGP
list price: $569.99
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Asin: B00006IRXC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 34204
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43. OEM 6PK XFX GEFORCE4 MX440 AGP

Asin: B00008BO80
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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44. Excaliber Geforce2 Ti Agp 64MB Nvidia Geforce2 Ti Ddr Tv/dvi Out

Asin: B00006B72Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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45. OEM 6PK XFX GEFORCE4 T14200 AGP

Asin: B00006JI6F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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46. Crystal 4 Channel Digital Soundcard

Asin: B00006B73B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 39219
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars This is a great card!
This little card is based on the c-media 8738 sound chip--the one you find as an onboard option for so many new motherboards. Of course- this one is a PCI card, but that's ok--I reccomend it (even though you can't see the pic) over any Creative SB card etc.... I build PC's for money--lot's of them. so I truely know what works and what does not. I have bought this one at NewEgg.com before, and they all worked great- I did not realize that Amazon.com carried it- It's buried so deep in the web site one might never find it- But it runs with so many game titles, and gives no problems. I would rate it a second place behind the Turtle beach Santa Cruise card that I have also rated here. If you are looking for a cheaper sound card than Sound Blaster, Or Turtle Beach -- Please by all means get this one--you will not be dissapointed. I have installed about 10 of these -- and they get great reviews --- So Amazon.com -- get this product up with a picture and put it out front with the rest of the fine sound cards, because even though it's cheap - It's a gem! ... Read more


47. Pine 3d Phantom Xp3800 Agp 128MB Sis 315 4x Vga with TV Out RCA/S

Asin: B00006B733
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 50309
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48. Pine Xfx Geforce4 Mx440 Agp 64MBnvidia with tv & Dvi Out Retail

Asin: B00006B735
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 59797
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49. XFX GeForce4 MX 440SE 64 MB DDR TV OUT Video Card

Asin: B000083EAT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 25533
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • AGP 4X with AGP Texturing and Fast Writes
  • Complete OpenGL 1.3 and OpenGL support
  • Integrated Dual 350MHz Dac¿s
  • Requires a AGP 2X or AGP 2X/4X universal slot
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me, NT 4, XP, and Linux running on a Pentium II/Celeron, AMD K6-2/Duron or compatible PC

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars HElp
I just want to know if in this video card thath uses DDR memory, I need to have that kind of RAM or the video card it self bring's it, because is a AGP memory?, please help. The information it doesn't help a lot, just to know that is good but don't give an additional info.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good value video card
With the releae of the AGP 8X MX440's, the price for AGP 4X parts have plunged. Since not many people have a AGP 8X slot, and AGP 8X only increases performance by about 1%, there is no real point, especially for low end MX cards, which does not need the extra bandwith.
The MX440 has over twice the memory bandwith of MX420 with its 128-bit DDR(256-bit effective) interface.
64MB of memory is more than enough for today's games. 128MB is not worth it since you can always enabled texture compression for games that use more than 64MB of textures.
The only drawback is that this card does not support pixel shaders, which the Geforce4 Ti series have. While you wont able to see the pretty water effects and DirectX 8 tech demos of the GF4 Ti's, these features are not used extensively in any game. ... Read more


50. Excaliber Agp Nvidia Geforce2mx400 with tv Out Whitebox

Asin: B00006B73J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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51. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX5900 ULTRA 256MB ( PV-T35F-UC )

Asin: B0000ASZE6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 42231
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52. GeForce4 Ti4200 64mb w/TV Out

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Asin: B00007FS3L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 65661
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best TI Card You will ever See!
...It's a beautiful blue color on the PCB (board), and has the coolest bright chrome colored heat sink on it, totally nothing like it on any other TI card...and It overclocks better than Asus, Gainward, Visiontek (out of business--so beware of that company), and all others I have tried--which is why I use this card XFX TI4200 as the staple videocard for my budget gaming machines. I have OC'ed this card to 300/695 without any screen artifacts, that is stunning. It has a nice price - and is T H E very best TI4200 money can buy

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best TI Card You will ever See!
... I build PC's for a living (high end ones) -- mostly for games. So I better know what I'm talking about--Right? Ok, This card Needs a picture on Amazon tot do the CArd justice--It's a beautiful blue color on the PCB (board), and has the coolest bright chrome colored heat sink on it, totally nothing like it on any other TI card...and It overclocks better than Asus, Gainward, Visiontek (out of business--so beware of that company), and all others I have tried--which is why I use this card XFX TI4200 as the staple videocard for my budget gaming machines. I have OC'ed this card to 300/695 without any screen artifacts, that is stunning. So all Amazon.com needs to do is put up the picture of this great card, and it will sell. It has a nice price - and is T H E very best TI4200 money can buy

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best TI Card You will ever See!
Ok, I have not bought this one from Amazon.com, I got all of mine from NewEgg.com. You might want to check out some reviews I have - Or will be submitting shortly. I build PC's for a living (high end ones) -- mostly for games. So I better know what I'm talking about--Right? Ok, This card Needs a picture on Amazon.com tot do the CArd justice--It's a beautiful blue color on the PCB (board), and has the coolest bright chrome colored heat sink on it, totally nothing like it on any other TI card...and It overclocks better than Asus, Gainward, Visiontek (out of business--so beware of that company), and all others I have tried--which is why I use this card XFX TI4200 as the staple videocard for my budget gaming machines. I have OC'ed this card to 300/695 without any screen artifacts, that is stunning. So all Amazon.com needs to do is put up the picture of this great card, and it will sell. It has a nice price - and is T H E very best TI4200 money can buy ... Read more


53. Nvidia Geforce2 Mx 400 64MB AgpVGA with Tv Out 64bit

Asin: B00006B72T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 30719
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54. Pine Technology SM200C D'MUSIC Portable MP3-CD Player
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B000059HVP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 33442
Average Customer Review: 2.88 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D'Music SM200C is a portable CD player that will play MP3-encodeddiscs as well as regular-format CDs, CD-R, and CD-RW media. This means you canburn MP3s from your computer onto a recordable CD (software included). TheSM200C supports CDs of up to 200 tracks. To make finding a specific song easier,the SM200C supports ID3 tags. ID3 tags contain a small amount of data about anMP3 file, such as title and artist name, that can be displayed by the player.So, instead of trying to remember what track number a certain song is, you cansee the song title while scanning through the disk, making it much easier tofind the song you want. The SM200C will automatically scan the disc to determineif it's a regular audio CD or MP3 encoded--no special settings on the player arenecessary--and will support encoding bit rates of 32 to 320 Kbps.

Play features on the SM200C include repeat and random mode, or, when a song ispaused, press the FF or REW keys to move forward or back 10 tracks at a time. Afive-band preset equalizer lets you choose from among these listening modes:pop, jazz, classical, flat, and extra bass.

Convenient features include 10-second antishock protection, an LCD title displayfor easy control, and included rechargeable batteries that provide up to fourhours of playing time (three hours when playing MP3 discs). The player comeswith earphones, a line-out cable, an AC adapter, and MusicMatch Jukebox softwarefor creating your own MP3 discs.

Pine Technologies, the manufacturer of the SM200C, offers a one-year warranty onparts and labor. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable CD player plays audio CD, MP3-CD, CD-R, and CD-RW media
  • Supports ID3 tags
  • 10-second antishock protection
  • 5 equalization modes (flat, pop, classic, jazz, and extra bass)
  • Rechargeable batteries and built-in charger included

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars The SM-200C+ is the best mp3-cd player out there!
I just bought the Pine SM-200C+ player and it's best player you can get for your money. It has 50 secs anti-shock, eq, rechargable batteries and random (features that the SM-200C is missing). I was originally going to get the Sonicblue Rio Volt 250. But after reading all the reviews of it dying just days/weeks after people ordered it, I decided on saving myself [money] and got this player instead. It has almost all the same features for half the price!

It doesn't have a back-lit display, remote & isn't upgradable, but I dont need any of that stuff anyways. The back-lit display would just drain your batteries, the buttons on the remote are too small and if a product works with no problems from the start, there is no need to upgrade the firmware.

1-0 out of 5 stars Look elsewhere
Don't buy this unit at any price. I bought it a long time ago because it was the only one on the market at the time, and I liked the idea of playing MP3 CD-RWs. You can read other reviews and see the same complaints, but here are my chief complaints:
1. It skips horribly at the slightest provocation, anti-shock or not. This problem alone made me throw it out after I got my Sony, rather than subject someone else to this frustration.
2. Battery life (rechargable NiMH) is 2-3 hours.
3. It displays "Unknown tag" if the file has no ID3 tag. It could display the file name instead.
4. The supplied AC adapter often refuses to work for no reason.
5. The supplied earphones are horrible.
6. It's difficult to navigate through tracks. It plays files in directories but doesn't allow you to navigate directories. Everything is treated as being in one big directory.
7. Hitting "Next" while in shuffle mode actually goes to the next file sequentially, rather than picking a track randomly.
8. The user's manual is a useless short pdf.

There are better players on the market (i.e. every other player). Buy one of those. SERIOUSLY!

1-0 out of 5 stars Nothing to like
I bought a Philips Expanium and returned it for this player thinking that I wanted to see the song titles.

Reasons not to by this player:(1)This player is made very poorly. It feels like it is going to break. The paint on the buttons has already started to rub off and I barely use the device. (2) It skips worse than my Sony discman that is almost 10 years old. In the car you find yourself hearing snippets of the songs. It will even skip sitting on a table across the room (there was no dust on the CD). I'm not sure what's wrong with the player but sometimes it is simply unable to play an MP3 for no good reason (3) The headphone jack is finicky. You'll find yourself listening to mono for a while and realize that you have to push the headphone plug into the jack again. (4) Battery life is exceptionally bad. I'm lucky to get 3 hours out of the player. That's not enough to last me one day while I'm at work. Even though it comes with a rechargable battery pack, the battery gauge is still calibrated for alkalines so it looks like you have half of the battery life remaining right after a charge. (5) The ID-3 take support is pointless. If you haven't painstakenly labeled each one of your songs then you'll end up listening to "Unknown Tag" all day. It does NOT default to the file name if there is no ID-3 tag. Get the Rio Volt. Even though it has that annoying dancer at the bottom of the LCD screen, it's worlds better than this device.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good paper weight!
I have an SM200C... I wanted it so that I could travel and listen to MP3's, in the car on the plane etc.. Without testing it out first, I went on a vacation and nearly jumped out of the car when it skipped MP3 CD's like a schoolgirl skipps rope!

It skipps, it's readout does not have a light so that you can see it in the dark, the readout reads from very little angles, and the sinleg button interface work poorly when looking at the road and trying to change songs. I found myself hitting stop and pause alot!

Also if you plan on listening to something longer than 10 minutes, don't! It plays the first 5 minutes, and then skipps past!

LOOKING FOR A GOOD MP3 CD PLAYER>>> Look elsewhere!

1-0 out of 5 stars Still needs to be redesigned...
I have tried out this player at some store and I was just disappointed.

The first things to look in the best players are: -Long battery life

-Great skip-protection

-Though body

This player has a very short battery life(3hr) and the skip-protection of 10 sec is pointless. For a player at this price(without mail-in rebate since it's not garanteed to get it), we could get something better with a solid body.

The sound quality is fair, but sometimes there's static or annoying sounds.

I recommend to use it by laying it on a table and the skip-protection is there so that you can move it a bit. In that case, you don't need batteries so just use the indoor adapter. So would you pay a little bit more to buy the same player except that you can carry it with you while listening to it? That's why barely one star is worth rating.

For those who are still using ni-cd batteries, this player is going to drain them in an hour or an hour and a half!

Some smart people use it while it's quiet around and they just sit there doing whatever they want. That's why skip-protection is THAT important! I was about to buy this player, but I won't use cuz I usually listen music outdoors...

And also from the date it was in stores in Canada, the price is (glups!) 233% of the American price... ... Read more


55. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX 5200 8X 64MB ( PV-T34K-MA )

Asin: B000093LMT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 44427
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56. XFX GEFORCE4 TI4200 AGP 128MB

Asin: B000088UTB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 32850
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57. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX 5600 8X AGP/DX9 ( PV-T31K-NC )

Asin: B00009L1Y2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 44604
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58. Skt A nForce2 400FSB

our price: $94.99
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Asin: B00009XT16
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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59. Pine Technology PVS03AB AGP VGA Card (SiS 305, 32 MB)

Asin: B00006B72X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 39342
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Features

  • Excellent for gaming and video
  • 16-bit rendering, 32-bit rendering, and 32-bit Z-buffer
  • Plug and Play connectivity
  • SDRAM memory technology

60. Pine Technology SM300T D'Music Portable MP3-CD Player
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B00005K3AO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 48126
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Portable CD player plays audio CD, MP3-CD, CD-R, and CD-RW media
  • Supports variable bit rate (VBR) playback
  • 10-second antishock protection
  • 5 equalization modes (disco, pop, classic, jazz, and extra bass)
  • Rechargeable batteries and built-in charger included

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Buyers beware
I have an old sony cd player with 1 bit DAC(which means it skips if you touch it). So I purchased this cd player to replace my "vintage" Sony. I thought it was a great deal for playing audio cds and mp3 files. When I received the package I opened it up popped in an mp3 cd and let it play. It played great and sounded good but as I held it and moved it around it started to skip. I thought the antishock was turned off but I found out there is not a way to turn it off or on for that matter. I set it down to let the antishock build up then I tapped the player and sure enough it skipped. It also did it with audio cd's.

This is not something I could carry around in my backpack and listen to music with or use it in my car it as I intended.

The only apparent advantages over my Sony was that this player could play mp3s and had a more EQ capabilities. The sony still sounds better though.

In addition to it's poor performance it was very slow in skipping to the next track. Maybe that is just a common thing with these players but I do know that this player is not worth what it is advertised as. Especially since it appears to be cheaply built. The case seem to be as cheap as one of those cheap tape players you buy for $9.99. The remote wasn't that good either. I had to press the remote buttons pretty hard to get it to work.

Within 30-45 minutes of getting the player it was boxed back up, shipping paid, and waiting to be picked up by the ups truck.

Needless to say I was not happy. I am going to just spend the money and buy the Rioport for like 160.00 from a local retailer.

I still don't understand why this player is rated as a 4 star unless I just got a bad unit.

But don't just take my word for it. I just had to put the information out there.

Have a great day!

4-0 out of 5 stars Pine Technology SM300T D'Music Portable MP3-CD Player Review
As a person who really interested in mp3-cd player's i will say that this is a really descent mp3-cd player, the remote is small and easy to operate, the sound is clear and good, the 6 equalizer modes proved to be really usefull, and the album selection option really adds a lot to the search, now the main problem is that there is a problem of skipping songs fast but other pluses such as great sound,6 equalizer modes, remote control and pretty large battery life really make that minus forgetable ... Read more


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