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61. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX 5600
62. Nvidia Riva Agp 32MB-sdram Tnt2mm64
63. SKT A KT400 DDR400
64. Sis 305 32MB Pci P4 Compatible
65. SIS 305 8MB AGP P4 COMPATIBLE
66. Xfx Geforce4 Mx420 Agp 64MB Ddrgeforce4
67. GeForce4 Ti4200 8X AGP 128MB
68. Pine Technology SM-320V D'Music
69. XFX GEFORCE4 MX440SE AGP 64MB
70. Xfx Geforce4 Mx420 Agp 32MB Ddrgeforce4
71. PINE TECH. GEFORCE FX 5700 256MB
list($517.99)
72. OEM XFX GEFORCE4 MX420 AGP
73. GeForce2 MX400 64 MB DDR PCI VGA
74. PINE TECH. GEFORCE FX 5900 128MB
75. PINE TECH. SIS 315E 32MB ( PVS84ALR
list($179.00)
76. Retail Plus 24x10x40 CDRW Drive
77. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE 2 MX400
78. Pine Technology GEForce FX 5600
79. Excalibur Geforce3 Agp 64MB Ddrnvidia
list($149.99)
80. XFX GeForce PCX 5750 / 128MB /

61. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE FX 5600 8XAGP/DX9 ( PV-T31K-UC )

Asin: B00009WQSA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 44833
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62. Nvidia Riva Agp 32MB-sdram Tnt2mm64 128 Bit 300mhz Ramdac

Asin: B00006B72V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 41607
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63. SKT A KT400 DDR400

Asin: B00009EPZU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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64. Sis 305 32MB Pci P4 Compatible

Asin: B000083EAR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 48577
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65. SIS 305 8MB AGP P4 COMPATIBLE

Asin: B000083K5R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 53118
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66. Xfx Geforce4 Mx420 Agp 64MB Ddrgeforce4 With Tv Out/retail

Asin: B00006B739
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 54922
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67. GeForce4 Ti4200 8X AGP 128MB

Asin: B0000A55BP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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68. Pine Technology SM-320V D'Music 3-in-1 MP3 Player (Black)

Asin: B00001RME2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 33826
Average Customer Review: 3.74 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The affordable Pine Technology SM-320V MP3 player offers 32 MB of built-in memory. You can add an optional 32 MB CompactFlash card for about an hour of listening pleasure. This player features extras like a key lock and a recorder that can store up to two hours of voice recording. A 12-character LCD displays the song title and artist.

This player offers a serial connector for downloading music from your PC--less than 35 seconds to download a 4 MB file to the player. You'll need to be using at least a 486 PC running Windows 95. It also comes with software for ripping CDs and moving audio files. Preset equalizer settings include pop, classical, jazz, ex-bass, and flat.

The SM-320V runs on two AAA batteries for up to 10 hours of battery life. It comes with a leather carrying pouch and a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 32 MB built-in memory
  • Playing time can be extended with 32 MB memory card
  • Compact design in gray
  • Voice recording capability
  • Batteries included

Reviews (38)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great MP3 Player - needs more memory
I own the sister device to the Pine MP3 player, the D-Link DMP-100. When I first bought the device, I couldn't figure out how to download songs into the player. I spent 30 minutes on hold with the customer service dept. before they explained how to set the parallel port to "ECP MODE".

After that, downloads were not a problem. I was a bit disspointed that 32mb's translates to about 8 songs (max.) But the sound quality is TERRIFIC. One of the nicer features is the built-in equalizer.

When I bought my new computer with Windows Me, I encountered major conflicts with the D-link software. Their customer service suggested I download the D'music software that was tailored for Windows Me. For some strange reason, I could only download music with the D'music software once, before my DELL computer had conflicts with their software. Despite all the trouble I've gone through with this little device, I give it FOUR STARS because D-Link's website now features downloadable software for all platforms (i.e. Windows Me, 2000 etc...) I download a fresh set of songs into my mp3 player daily now.

But if you're thinking about buying an MP3 player, buy one with MORE built in memory - although the cost may be 50-60 dollars more than this one, you should consider the cost of a compact flash card - 32mb costs at least $40. Wouldn't it be easier to just have it built in? The choice is yours!

4-0 out of 5 stars very good except for flaky display
I spent a lot of time looking at these and I hope someone finds this information useful. The player is *really* small (like a stack of 10 or so credit cards), and very light- but also very loud and with great sound quality. The extra features are what make this thing cool- the record feature is just phenomenal, it sounds very god and is extremely useful.

The earbud headphones that come with it aren't so great, but if you're investing this much a $10 pair of decent headphones is worthwhile.

You'll have to either use 56kb mp3's or else buy the expansion card- or else you'll be stuck with about 4 or 5 songs. But 56k sounds pretty good.

I had no problems with the software.

Finally, there is the display- it flakes out on me for no apparent reason. I can read it, but it's sometimes it fades away. Usually it's not a big problem, but if you want to be certain you're recording something and you only get one shot it's a little annoying.

Unfortunately I heard these were being discontinued, and I think the reason is that this product cannibalizes sales from the more expensive players that have higher markups, so they can't get them on the shelves anywhere- but that's just a theory.

4-0 out of 5 stars its a good player
good sound quality, battery life but its always hard to get the program to say that its communicating with th eplayer. i would recommend it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent MP3 Player
When i first got this mp3 player it worked fine than after i downloded 5 songs to it i couldent download any more. So i just recoded them and llistened to it of of the computer speakers. This worked for a while then the memory erased its self but then when i put in new batt. it had no songs on it but now it works fine. i would recomend this mp3 plaer to anyone it is also nice and small so it can fit in your pocket (i do that at school) the only problem is the slow download speads becuse it uses a serial port to download but thats not to big of a problem for the convince of it the only other problem is that i still cant find how to get the software to rip the cd music to mp3s so i can download them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best MP3 player EVER!
This MP3 player cannot be beat, in terms of price, convienence, quality... It's 32 MB, which is good, expandable to 64 MB, which is quite nice. Supports variable-bitrate MP3's which means you can cram quite a few songs onto it. In regard to previous complaints about the software not working, this is simply a matter of an incorrect computer configuration, something that can be easily remedied. You should also make sure that you don't have any MP3 files in your folders that have invalid dates on them.

Ignore the computer software. This is a small, beautiful, reliable unit; it even records WAV files on the spot! There is no reason not to buy this, and quickly -- I think Pine has stopped producing them. ... Read more


69. XFX GEFORCE4 MX440SE AGP 64MB

Asin: B00008BO7Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 26339
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars XFX GEFORCE 4 MX440SE AGP 64MB Excelent Value Good Graphics
Looking for an inexpensive card that can play GTAIII,RTC WOLFENSTEIN, ETC than this card is for you. Great performance. ... Read more


70. Xfx Geforce4 Mx420 Agp 32MB Ddrgeforce4 With Tv Out/retail

Asin: B00006B73A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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71. PINE TECH. GEFORCE FX 5700 256MB DDR ( PVT36KUC )

Asin: B000100CM0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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72. OEM XFX GEFORCE4 MX420 AGP
list price: $517.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006IRUE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 33201
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars decent low-end card
not bad price for a cheaper starter card. might want to wait for G5 cards to come out in a few months and the price drops[]. ... Read more


73. GeForce2 MX400 64 MB DDR PCI VGA TV Out

Asin: B0000WTV1W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 22817
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Features

  • 350MHz RAMDAC supporting from 640x480 up to 2048x1536 in true color
  • 3D Hardware Features: Multi-texturing and TextureBlend support enhance 3D effects like bump mapping, reflection mapping, texture modulation and procedural textures
  • NVIDIA Shading Rasterizer (NSR) with advanced per-pixel shading capabilities
  • Full scene anti-aliasing improves smoothness
  • Digital Vibrance Control provides crisp bright visuals that makes even looking at your monitor a pleasure

74. PINE TECH. GEFORCE FX 5900 128MB DDR ( PV-T35K-NA )

Asin: B0000BZO2Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 62938
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75. PINE TECH. SIS 315E 32MB ( PVS84ALR )

Asin: B0002MRO0A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
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76. Retail Plus 24x10x40 CDRW Drive
list price: $179.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005OM54
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 17514
Average Customer Review: 3.55 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Internal CD re-writable drive
  • Speeds up to 24x writing, 10x rewriting, 40x reading
  • ATAPI, E-IDE interface
  • 2 MB buffer
  • Burns a 74-minute CD-R in under 4 minutes

Reviews (31)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great so far
I'm not sure about the problems other reviewers have had with installation. It was exactly like any other IDE drive for me. Change the jumper (if needed, it defaults to Master), plug in the data and power cables, and the optional audio cable. That was it for me. My previous version of Nero didn't recognize it (v5.524 maybe), but the included version did (v 5.535). I've only burned at 12x and 16x so far, because it recognizes the max speed of the blank cdr and won't burn faster.

The only error I've had was when trying to overburn a cd to 77+ minutes and including CDtext using Feurio software. The last track is bad, but otherwise, no problems.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
It burns CompUSA 16X CDRs at 16X with no problems at all. Installation was a breeze. I had to set it up as an IDE slave even though the manual does not recommend it (I didn't have a choice since I already have an IDE hard-drive and an IDE DVD/CD). It seems to work fine and it is really fast. I am very happy with the Nero software that came with it though a little disappointed that my CD Creator 4.0 didn't recognize the drive. After using Nero, I can't say that I miss CD Creator.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great no-coaster drive
This drive has been very solid. I have never made a coaster in hundreds of burns. The only bad thing about this drive is a really high noise level while spinning. Other than that, this drive has been 100%!

1-0 out of 5 stars Struggling
I liked the way this product was packaged, easy instructions and so forth. The box lists tech support numbers and email, which I found comforting.

I had read a review somewhere that liked the NERO software, which is included (the box doesn't actually say which software is included)

I installed this on my NT 4.0 system.

Hardware-wise installation was very simple - just a power cable and a flat ribbon cable to plug in.

However, my system was very unstable after loading the "InCD" software (which is supposed to allow file-by-file writes) , it would crash within seconds of the desktop popping up. I am not sure of the exact cause.

I emailed RetailPlus Techsupport, but they took over a week and three tries to get back to me.

I suspect NT and onCD don't co-exist peacefully. The NERO webpage seemed a bit vague on this point. Our system administrator hates anything people do themselves, so he is not the most helpful guy, but he was able to recover my files from my hard-drive -- however he insisted on re-installing the operating system. Overall I've spent about 2 days to restore my system back the way I like it.
Scary, not much fun, and mucho embarraso around the office.

One of the reasons I wanted a CD-R was to backup my harddrive, which I haven't done in ages, so the whole crashing business was rather ironic.

Subsequently, I installed the drive and Nero on a totally different, Windows ME system.

Seems like the drive WAS recoginzied by Windows PlugAndPlay automatically, and it worked fine as a CD-ROM. Bit noisy, door action clunky, plastic a bit cheap looking. Actually a PINE drive inside.

Results, unfortunately, were similar - machine would CRASH shortly after boot-up. Very frustrating. Part of the great thing about your computer being down is you have no CD-ROM, no email, no web access to get to all the tech support info out there.

I did a system restore to roll back the ME system to the point before installing NERO - no luck, still crashing. I am EXTREMELY annoyed on this point. I tried numerous other recovery technques, to no avail. I was able to boot in "safe" mode, and worst case, could have backed my files onto floppies.

However, by lucky accident, my 7-year old booted the system with a disk in the CD-ROM player -- and it booted up! Some kind of bug where the something must be in the drive. Apparently was an old Win95 bug. Not sure why affecting WinME.

Then, by careful reading of NERO tech support info, I deleted 4 driver files, and was able to get the system to boot. At this point I still haven't managed to burn a CD. (I put my original CD back in as part of the troubleshooting). I'm an electrical engineer and reasonable technical, but this was fiddling with things I just don't want to be bothered with. Nero is saying "update your Bios, update your chipset driver, update your CD firmware, fiddle with Windows files, etc"

Summary
-crashed two different hardware systems (a Dell and an HP)
-crashed two different operating systems (NT4 SP6 and WinME)
-"system restore" did not roll back ME system properly
-Nero website info helpful, but very technical
-Backup, Backup, Backup before you start

I realize now that tech support is essential, and I would look much more closely at "name brand" products in the future...

3-0 out of 5 stars Good CDRW for the Price
3 stars, middle of the road. This CDRW is average, burns well, but not great, runs fast, but not very quiet, pretty reliable, but gets hot fast. For the $80 I paid for mine, I'd say IO got $80 worth of CDRW. Granted it's not a 32X Plextor, but it has some great qualities as well. You may have noticed that the only complaints are fron users with poor technical skills. If you go to Roxio's website and download the updates for EZCD 5, you can use EZCD Creator with no problems. Nero is better, but not as user friendly or feature laden. For those that are worried about installing it - just put the plastic jumper on the MA pins in the back, plug the end of your ribbon cable into the back and the other end into the slot marked IDE 2 on your motherboard and your done. Or if you only need one drive, just make the plastic jumper look like your old drive's setting and then swap 'em. EZ as pie. ... Read more


77. PINE TECH. XFX GEFORCE 2 MX400 64MB DDR ( PV-T07G-MT )

Asin: B00009WQS9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 47538
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78. Pine Technology GEForce FX 5600 256 MB DDR TV (PV-T31K-UA)

Asin: B0000E2Y7D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 22172
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Features

  • High-Precision Graphics
  • CineFX Engine
  • nView Multi-display Technology
  • Digital Vibrance Control (DVC)
  • Microsoft DirectX 9.0 Optimizations and Support

79. Excalibur Geforce3 Agp 64MB Ddrnvidia Geforce3 with tv Out

Asin: B00006B72U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pine Technology
Sales Rank: 64813
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80. XFX GeForce PCX 5750 / 128MB / PCI Express / VGA / DVI / TV Out / Video Card
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0002MW00E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: XFX
Sales Rank: 49825
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Features

  • GPU/VPU: nVidia GeForce PCX 5750
  • Video Memory: 128MB
  • Interface Type: PCI Express
  • Connector(s): DVI
  • Connector(s): TV/S-Video

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