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121. Toshiba e355 Pocket PC with Windows
122. TOSHIBA ST4663 Stand for Toshiba
$395.99 $330.04 list()
124. TOSHIBA A75-S2111 Satellite Notebook
Too low to display $210.95 list($259.99)
126. Toshiba 27A45 27" TV with Double
$59.99 $57.50
127. Toshiba SD-3980 DVD Player
$104.99 list($219.99)
128. Toshiba SD-V391 Progressive Scan
Too low to display $189.32 list($219.99)
129. Toshiba MD20Q41 20" TV/DVD Combo
130. Toshiba Bluetooth SD Card III
$434.99 $387.04 list()
131. Replacement Bulb/lamp fortlp-b2
$293.99 list()
$217.99 $217.06 list()
$368.99 list()
134. Tlp-l6 150w Replacement Bulb/lamp
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135. TOSHIBA 14DLV75 14 Inch LCD TV
$1,558.51 list($2,165.00)
136. Toshiba TLP-S71U Multimedia Projector
137. Toshiba SATELLITE A70-S249 P4-3.06GHZ
Too low to display $79.88 list($99.99)
138. Toshiba 13A24 13" TV
Too low to display list($119.99)
139. Toshiba MV13Q41 13" TV/VCR Combo
140. Toshiba e310 Pocket PC

121. Toshiba e355 Pocket PC with Windows Mobile 2003
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00009K7ET
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 5702
Average Customer Review: 3.73 out of 5 stars
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  • Value-priced handheld with all the benefits of the Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 operating system
  • Enhanced schedule/calendar capabilities and data backup synchronization
  • Sleek and light body, weighing a mere 5.1 ounces
  • A bright 3.5" transreflective display offering 64K colors and a 240 x 320 resolution
  • What's in the box: Toshiba Pocket PC e355, USB Cradle, 10W AC Adapter, 1-Stylus, Soft Slip Case, Quick Start Card and Warranty Card

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars No regrets!
This was my first PDA purchase and after much soul searching I settled for the Windows Mobile PC platform. I am certain that I made the right choice despite the comments by those who believe that Windows Mobile has a long way to go aginst Palm OS.

The choice fell between Toshiba e355 and iPaq 1935 both selling for $ 199.00. I opted for Toshiba e355 since iPaq was offering a measly 90 day warranty! Granted iPaq 1935 is perhaps more compact and smaller than Toshiba e355 but the performance of Toshiba rocks and I have no regrets. Both my PDA and Windows Mobile 2003 have worked flawlessly and has been very stable till now!

I do not know why everyone is complaining of absence of CF card slot when price differential between CF card and SD card has narrowed considerably. I got a SanDisk 256 Mb SD card for 59.00 after rebates only slightly more expensive compared to comparable CF Cards!

What can I say about Toshiba e355? Performance is impeccable. Very stable and so far reliable. I have added a few software, FlexWallet and ACDSee Mobile and both work flawlessly! I have transferred my address book from Outlook and few other data including several photo images from my desktop using Active Sync and everything is working well.

The only complaint I have is about the non removable battery. However I am fairly certain that in about three years time, I will be upgrading this PDA and I am not overly concerned about the battery replacement issue!

I have no hesitation in recommending Toshiba e355 to those who are looking for a base level PDA but do not intend to carry it in their shirt pockets (iPaq 1935 is more appropriate!)

Have fun using Toshiba e355!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Buy
I recently purchased this PPc. It was the first one I had purchased and found it very easy to use. I used it mostly for taking notes, and keep an organized schedule after I purchased the Targus Universal Keyboard, which works very well with the e355. I was impressed with the battery life on medium settings which gave about 3-4 hours of battery life.

Hopefully this review will give a student a little insight into this "student" view of this.

4-0 out of 5 stars A pda to have
I am a high school teacher. I wanted something to take notes on and to remind me when homework was due. I searched far and wide reading review after review. I got alot more than that with the e355. I have been using it for about 3.5 months now.
I'll just list the Pros and Cons becasue i could go on all day!

1. Great speed.
2. Works right out of the box.
3. Excellent battery life (3.5 to 4hrs continuous running)
4. Crisp display. (especially for video playback)
5. Smooth buttons that feel pretty nice on your fingers.
6. Good price for the quality you get
7. The speakers on this player play audio in the best way i have heard for a small speaker unit. You would not believe that a pda could do so well with sound. It plays my mp3s, wma, anything and don't forget the videos.
8. It has a SD card slot so you can expand the memory at any time. the SD card slot has a dummy card that protects it from being damaged by dust or other particles.
9. Quick charge time. Good size storage built in, 64mb.
10. Windows Mobile 2003 is much much much more stable than its predeccessor.
11. It's much much much thinner than many other pda's i have reviewed.
12. It's much more resiliant to 'falls to the floor' than the Dell or Ipaqs for example. I'm a teacher. I can guarantee you...running around the class will lead to a fall on the ground. It has a metallic covering. (no shaking inside!)

1. Sometimes if you use up close to 90% of the memory, it stalls.
2. The 'record audio' button is placed near the top so sometimes taking it out you may mistakedly begin recording. (this can be disabled though so it is not really a con)
3. It does not include the ability to 'go wireless' for internet. You can still access the internet though but you need to be connected to your computer. I did not need wireless internet just yet. When it does become ubiquitous...maybe then i'll go for something else.
4. The battery is not removeable. By the time this actually becomes a problem I'll be getting a new pda..about 2 to 3 years from now.

THis is an excellent PDA is you do not need wireless internet access right away.
I would recommend it with all authority people out there.

5-0 out of 5 stars good pocket pc
I dont know whats going on with because I bought this pocket pc a month ago here for 165 dollars and now it costs more than two hundred. Anyways its a great pocket pc with 32 mb storage capacity, runs all the latest games fine ( or My only complaint is that I have no clue whats going on with the battery on this thing. If i charge it and leave it alone for one week the battery drops to zero.

1-0 out of 5 stars Faulty At Best
(1) It stops working if you live in a cold climate such as Vermont or Minnesoda.
(2) Sometimes it stops working for no reason.
(3) I've owned mine for less than a year and used it very gently; the screen no longer responds to teh stylus
(4) I bought it at an anon. major electronics/computer store in Manhatten. I've tried to take it back under warentee four times without any sucess, and the clerks tell me it's just "acting finicky" and to "wait it out" ... Read more

122. TOSHIBA ST4663 Stand for Toshiba 46H83

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Asin: B0001CFSYA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 25497
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Product Description

Reliability. Performance. Technology. Leadership. The Toshiba name means all this and more. Toshiba builds upon this heritage by delivering the industry's most innovative, high-quality solutions. ... Read more


  • Dimensions - 8-15/16H x 42-7/8W x 23-3/8D
  • Includes a compartment for components or video software
  • Weight - 36 pounds
  • Some assembly required


our price: $395.99
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Asin: B00006HQBP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
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124. TOSHIBA A75-S2111 Satellite Notebook

Asin: B0007WCA4U
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 105
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Asin: B00006HQDA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 48954
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126. Toshiba 27A45 27" TV with Double Baffle Speaker System
list price: $259.99
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Asin: B000816XL6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 49827
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Product Description

Toshiba Consumer (TV/DVD/etc) (27A45) 27" CTV ... Read more


  • StableSound feature maintains television volume within a preset range regardless of the source signal
  • 27-inch flat widescreen CRT, HD-ready TV; measures 29.25 x 22.5 x 19.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • Double baffle front-firing speaker design (10 watts total power)
  • Advanced Velocity Scan Modulation improve dark to light transitions and overall contrast
  • 3 composite video inputs, 1 S-Video inputs, 1 component video inputs

127. Toshiba SD-3980 DVD Player
list price: $59.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B0007RB1WM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 20949
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

plays DVD-Video, DVD-R, and Video CD * plays CD, CD-R & CD-RW, and MP3 and WMA CDs * plays digital photo CDs (JPEG) * selectable progressive-scan playback for smoother video with HD-compatible TVs (via the component video output) * warranty: 90 days * ... Read more


  • ColorStream Pro
  • Super Slim Chasis
  • Dig Cinma Progr Scan
  • Front Panel Oprtion

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars TechGeek's Review
Bought from BB (updated from 3960 model) in April. Will update as I use this product more.Hence the three stars only.Been running Elmo and workout dvds 2x a day without issues.
*No problems with the tray.
*Haven't tested out the SVideo or Component connections, but the RCA (red,white,yellow) connectors give pretty good quality hooked up to a 24" (Toshiba Flat Screen) TV.
*Slim profile fits nicely on top of the tv and looks good.
*Found an easy hack for it that works to enable multiple regions (search for SD 3860 or SD 240), although I haven't tried it yet.
*Using the TV remote exclusively so can't review the DVD's remote

1-0 out of 5 stars Keep away from Toshiba!!!
I bought SD-3960 and it died within 3 months' warranty period. Called Toshiba and they replaced it with a SD-3980. It has a very shallow tray comparing to other DVD players, which doesn't bother me too much. However, it keep frozen during the DVD play back. I have to unplug the power to reset the software according to Toshiba's technical support.
I bought sony and APEX DVD players from amazon before and they are always trouble free.

1-0 out of 5 stars User-hostile.
I'd give it zero stars, if I could.Stay well away.It's a flawed design. The tray itself was skimped on -- it's got about half the lip of a normal DVD tray, the tolerances are all bad -- it's the single worst piece of consumer equipment I've ever seen.
I had to jiggle the tray to get a test DVD in it, then turn it over and physically shake it to get the DVD out.

I have been pleased with Toshiba players in the past, so the lack of quality in this one completely blindsided me. ... Read more

128. Toshiba SD-V391 Progressive Scan DVD-VCR Combo (Silver)
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B0000BZH4T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 7408
Average Customer Review: 2.84 out of 5 stars
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The progressive-scanning SD-V391 is a convenient, one-unit source for high-quality DVD and VHS entertainment. The DVD deck plays a variety of optical content, including DVD-Video, DVD-R, audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, and video CD, as well as MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) music files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs. A four-head, hi-fi VCR provides exciting stereo playback for your entire library of VHS tapes. You can even copy non-Macrovision-protected DVDs to videotape--perfect for sharing edited, DVD-based home movies with loved ones.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SD-V391 stands ready to deliver the full potential of DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. The SD-V391 also performs 3:2 pulldown (Toshiba's Digital Cinema Progressive). DVD mastering introduces a common distortion when adjusting 24 frames-per-second movies to 30 fps video; 3:2 pulldown digitally corrects this distortion, removing the redundant information to display a film-frame-accurate picture.

Into digital photography? This dual-deck model is a perfect complement to your hobby. Its JPEG feature makes it easy to view digital photo shots burned to recordable CDs from a variety of digital cameras. The unit's array of home-theater-ready video connections includes composite-, S-video, and ColorStream Pro component-video outputs (the VCR requires its own composite-video or RF audio/video connection). The DVD player's internal digital-to-analog converters work at 24-bit, 192 kHz resolution to ensure optimum sonic quality from a range of digital program material.

Two sets of left/right analog-audio outputs (one each for the DVD player and the VCR) channel audio to Dolby Pro Logic receivers and stereo televisions. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals from DVDs can be routed through the player's digital-audio outputs (one each of RCA coaxial and Toslink optical) for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. In addition, readily accessible front-panel AV inputs permit easy connection for a game console or a camcorder for simple dubbing of home movies to the VHS deck.

For enhanced picture quality during VHS playback, the four-head hi-fi VCR uses a pair of 19-micron video heads, which deliver exceptional (near SP) picture quality of content recorded and played back in the extended play (EP) mode. Commercial skip lets you pass over commercials during playback. Other features include one-year, eight-event programming, high-speed (200x) rewind and fast-forward, index skip, auto head cleaner, and auto clock set--no more flashing "12:00"!

What's in the Box
DVD player/VCR, remote control, remote batteries, user's manual, stereo analog audio interconnect/composite-video cable, and a coaxial video cable. ... Read more


  • Space-saving combination DVD player and 4-head, hi-fi VCR
  • ColorStream Pro progressive-scan outputs with 3:2 pulldown offers seamless, flicker-free image on high-definition and HD-ready screens
  • MP3 and WMA Audio Playback with Coaxial and Optial TosLink Digital Audio Outputs
  • VCR includes 19-micron heads for clear EP recording, auto clock set, auto head cleaner, and commercial skip
  • DVD-Video/CD/Video CD Playback, and DVD-R/CD-R/CD-RW Compatible playback

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars nice unit
I always enjoy writing good reviews...almost as much as I enjoy writing really bad ones. This is a good one. This unit is very nice to look at, it feels nice when you push the remote control buttons, and it even makes very nice recordings. I should have bought an editing VCR years ago, but instead I play with multiple VCR's, my PC, DVD players, phonograph players, cassette players and recorders and whatever I can patch in to my menagerie in genersal. I didn't really need another DVD player but since it came with this machine I figured it never hurts to have another source to throw into the mix. I love this machine. It makes really nice sounds when you fast forward or reverse, the remote control feels nice in my hand and has a good feel when I hit a button. I just completed my latest video creation using this Toshiba SD-V391 as the middle and main recorder for my mind-boggling production, whatever may be at fault with my production is not to be blamed on the Toshiba. To make a long story worked great and after making the original tape at SP speed and playing it in my Sony and copying it back on the Toshiba, it is actually hard to tell which is the original tape.

I guess my only complaint is that they just don't make em like my old RCA Hi-Fi VHS recorder from 1985 which had a VU meter and seperate audio input controls etc etc...but which cost $250. The remote control does have some absolutely illegible red type on a dark grey background in one section that baffles the mind and causes serious eye strain when attempting to make out the letters. I'm used to little hard to see buttons, but when you can't even read the type with your glasses on under a good light you gotta think someone screwed the pooch. It's just one of those things you have to work around and soon you are familiar with the functions of the buttons and don't need to read em anyhow.

The DVD works well and when I tried some CD-R disc's with photos and MP3 files it showed and played them as advertised. I had some trouble with some MP3 files but it may have been a fault of mine when I did something somewhere along the line before they got to the Toshiba. I haven't messed with MP3 files for a couple of years and need to play with them more now that they could actually be usefull to me.

When you insert a tape or DVD and eject one or both of the afformentioned, it makes a nice sound and gives you a feeling of confidence and pride of ownership. These things are important. My Sony is starting to make rough and clunky noises whenever I hit the eject button...just a matter of time before it achieves critical mass and fractures a servo... or worse! I have a JVC Super VHS ET in line too and that has been a good, if not inspiring, machine for a couple of years. Anyhow, I would recommend this machine to anyone looking for a DVD/VHS combo and likes to play with editing sound and images. The input select button on the remote control is nice, once you figure out where it is..haha. I would buy this machine just for the VHS..oh yeah, I did...

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Unit
This unit is simple to set up and use. Good Warranty, its great looking and has simple hook ups. Easy to connect to use with an inexpensive TV like my spare room TV with just a cable connector on the back. In from antenna (cable) and out to TV. (it does have s-video and other imputs and outputs if you need them) It works like a dream with a full feature remote. Play and watch a DVD, hit the one touch record button and your recording your personal DVD's to the VCR. (haven't tried a rental but I am sure most are copy protected anyway) So simple to use with excellent picture and sound quality. Will also play DVD-R and DVD+R. Haven't tried CD's but wouldn't use this unit for that anyway. You can't go wrong for the money. Now if it lasts as long and is as dependable as the Toshiba TV I have in my media room I will be very happy. Don't be afraid of this unit. Its Great!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Toshiba is sending me a new unit!!
I bought mine in Oct. of 2003. I have the same problem with the DVD player that others have been complaining about. I called Toshiba and a VERY nice lady is sending me a new updated model as soon as I send in my old unit. The trick is to call Toshiba's Customer Service number (800) 631-3811.

This certainly is much better than Panasonic or Sony has treated me in the recent past with my VCR players. I highly recommend anything Toshiba!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Loved it till it broke
Loved the easy hook-up, easy use of remote, looked nice and played fine. Purchased 11-06-03, and the DVD part stopped without warning 05-29-04. The kids never touched this one; it was all for Mommy and therefore subject to only gentle use. Now if you put a DVD in, it takes a long time to load, then comes up "ERR." And now the door makes a grinding noise when it opens. Severely disappointed, heartbroken, etc. Apparently VCRs, DVD players, and these combo units are meant to be disposable - work six months and then discard. If so, we may as well disregard brand names and buy the cheapest ones available. Forget quality, reliability, and pride of workmanship - those are things of the past.

3-0 out of 5 stars Globalization: You get what you pay for (and deserve)
Like cheap prices on products made in China? Do you actually expect them to work like Japanese electronics manufactured in the 1980's just because the Japanese brand is printed on the cabinet? Get real. There's no such a thing as a free-lunch. DVD margins are too low. So is quality. Period.

If your unit is misbehaving, try to cool it off. I have two of these gizmos (one upstairs and one downstairs), and I when I re-arranged my cabinets to give them more air and when I run them with the cabinet doors open, they behave. When they warm up, they stop running properly. Both units suffer from a heat-related transient defect that probably comes from mediocre manufacturing quality and components.

All this delight derives from paying employees $400 per year and keeping them in working conditions that would scare an American coal miner during the 1890's. ... Read more

129. Toshiba MD20Q41 20" TV/DVD Combo
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B0007RB1VS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 27192
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Product Description

Detailed Specifications:TV * 20 Radius Tube Design * Icon TV and DVD Menu * Picture Preference Modes: 4 * 181-Channel Tuner * Auto Shut Off * Auto Channel Memory * Sleep Timer * Closed Caption * OSD Language: English/French/Spanish * V-ChipDVD * Disc Qty: 1 * Disc Play: DVD-Video/CD/CD-R/CD-RW*/VCD/DVD-R * JPEG Viewer * Digital Picture Zoom * Fast Scan: 2x 4x 8x 20 * Slow Motion * Parental Lock * Tray Lock * Multi-Camera Angle Select * Multi-Language Select * Multi-Subtitle Select * Coaxial Dolby Digital and DTS * Remote Control: New Ergonomic Glow-Key Connections * RCA Video In: 1 front * L-R Audio Inputs: 1 front * Coaxial Digital Audio Output: 1 rear * RF Input: 1 * Headphone Jack: 1 frontUnit Dimensions: * Width: 19-3/4 * Height: 20-1/4 * Depth:19-1/4 Approximate Weight: * Unit: 48.5 lbs * Dimensional Shipping: 53 lbs.Warranty: * Manufacturer Warranty (authorized online retailer): 90 Days Labor/1 Year Parts (2 Years Picture Tube) Warranty ... Read more


  • JPEG Viewer enables you to create slideshows with digital photos stored on disc
  • Digital audio output connectsto your multi-channel audio/video receiver for surround sound content
  • Ergonomic, glow-key remote control, tri-lingual on-screen displays, V-chip, and an auto-clock
  • 20-inch combo TV/DVD player; measures 19.75 x 20.25 x 19.25 inches(W x H x D)
  • Compatibility with Video CD and CD-R/CD-RW discs

130. Toshiba Bluetooth SD Card III - network adapter ( PA3370U-1BTM )

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Asin: B00063MJGE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 14130
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131. Replacement Bulb/lamp fortlp-b2 120 Watt Uhp

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Asin: B00006B7VL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 28425
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Asin: B00067WPS2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 57215
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Product Description

Toshiba Slim Port Replicator is a lightweight port replicator providing fast access to your desktop environment. It eliminates the hassle of connecting multiple cables time after time. It has one Ethernet (RJ-45 LAN), one RGB (Monitor) and four USB ports, plus battery charging module for recharging the high capacity battery. Get one for your home or office for ultimate convenience. ... Read more

133. TOSHIBA USB 2.0 EXT CDRW/DVD ( PA3352U-2CD2 )

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Asin: B0002X1PJU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 16043
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134. Tlp-l6 150w Replacement Bulb/lamp for Tlp450/451/650/651 Project

our price: $368.99
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Asin: B00006B7VJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 54826
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Don't get caught with your lights out! Toshiba's projector replacement lamps last a long time. Sooner or later, though, the lamp will burn out. Be sure to always carry a spare so your presentations will always go off without a hitch. ... Read more

135. TOSHIBA 14DLV75 14 Inch LCD TV with DVD Player

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Asin: B0008G2GVC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 23969
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Product Description

As your source for digital home entertainment, Toshiba offers one of the most extensive television lineups in the industry. Whether you're looking for the latest in HDTV, the flattest FST Pure flat-screen TVs, or the highest quality in portable televisions, Toshiba has what you want.The 14DLV75 (14") features a 4: 3 TFT LCD display, 640 x 480 pixel resolution, a ColorStream Pro Component Video input and a 3-line Digital Comb Filter. ... Read more


  • Headphone Output
  • Built-in NTSC TV Tuner and DVD Player
  • 3D YC Digital Comb Filter
  • Digital Picture Zoom
  • Built-in Speakers

136. Toshiba TLP-S71U Multimedia Projector with Detachable Document Camera
list price: $2,165.00
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Asin: B00021RGOU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
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The Toshiba TLP-S71U Mobile Projector with detachable document camera brings versatility and portability to the projector market at an affordable price point. Delivering stunning presentations with 2,000 ANSI lumens, Toshiba's newest projector series produces vibrant images in any ambient light environment. Toshiba's TLP-S71U features a highly versatile detachable document camera, giving users a flexible and convenient tool to project 3D objects, fine print text, or photographs from various points in the room.

The Toshiba TLP-S71U Mobile Projector with detachable document camera offers SVGA (800 x 600 resolution) and 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness. At only 6.0 pounds, it has 1-RGB input, automatic digital keystone correction (+/- 15 degrees), HDTV/DTV and DVD compatibility, and up to 10X digital zoom.

What's in the Box
TLP-S71U projector, detachable document camera, remote control, power cord, RGB cable, CD-ROM, owner's manual, soft carry case, warranty information ... Read more

137. Toshiba SATELLITE A70-S249 P4-3.06GHZ ( PSA70U-00L00F )

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Asin: B0003QE3KO
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Toshiba America Info Systems
Sales Rank: 962
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Product Description

The Satellite A70 Series notebook is a mobile alternative to the desktop PC with top-of-the-line features including a wide screen display and fast processor to bring your business applications to life.The Satellite A70 has a crisp, 15.4-inch diagonal wide-screen display (1280x800) perfectly suited for viewing multiple documents, spreadsheets or web pages side-by-side, as well as analyzing large amounts of data. The wide screen is optimized for native viewing of DVD movies in wide-screen theater format. ... Read more

138. Toshiba 13A24 13" TV
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0001WXTAA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 827
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Toshiba's 13A24 13-inch TV is an inexpensive, compact set that is perfect for kitchens, bedrooms, or any other room for which you want a TV. The 13A24 features a vivid, crisp picture and stereo sound from its built-in front speakers.

The easy-to-use 13A24 features must-have television essentials, such as a sleep timer, last channel return, and an onscreen menu that allows you to refine the setup by setting recording preferences and favorite channels. The multilingual menu lets you control the TV in your choice of English, French, or Spanish.

The parental controls on the 13A24 can lock out selected channels, accessible only by those with the secret code you create. You can also use the TV's V-chip settings to limit or block specific kinds of programming.

A front-panel composite A/V input makes connecting the 13A24 simple. It's easy to hook up a camcorder, video game, DVD player, or VCR to the TV. The 13A24 also features a headphone jack for quiet viewing.

What's in the Box
TV, remote control, owner's manual. ... Read more


  • 13-inch CRT TV; measures 14.3 x 12.5 x 14.3 inches (W x H x D)
  • Clear, sharp picture; compact unit
  • Parental controls, sleep timer, multilanguage menu
  • Front-panel composite input
  • Front-firing stereo speaker system

139. Toshiba MV13Q41 13" TV/VCR Combo
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B0007U092W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 42894
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13 Inch TV/VCRFront A/V InputsHeadphone JackV-Chip181 Chanel Tuner ... Read more


  • Commercial Skip feature on the remote enables you to automatically advance a tape forward by 30 seconds
  • Three Picture Preference presets (standard, sports, movie) as well as a Memory Mode
  • Ergonomic, glow-key remote control, tri-lingual on-screen displays, V-chip, and an auto-clock
  • 13-inch combo TV/VCR; measures 14.25 x 15 x 14.4 inches(W x H x D)
  • VCR features 8-event/1-month programming, auto tracking for optimum picture quality, and SP/SLP record speeds

140. Toshiba e310 Pocket PC
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B0000658CD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 6237
Average Customer Review: 4.03 out of 5 stars
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Packaged in an attractive, sleek design, the Toshiba e310 Pocket PC features a familiar user interface and tools powered by Microsoft Windows Pocket PC 2002. It weighs just under 5 ounces and is less than a half-inch thick. Equipped with a 206 MHz Intel StrongARM processor, the Toshiba e310 features a 32 MB SDRAM memory and 32 MB of flash ROM (for future upgrading). It's powered by a built-in lithium rechargeable battery, which recharges via the included USB cradle.

Operating System
Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 operating system, released in late 2001, offers many enhancements over the previous OS. You'll get improved handwriting recognition, more reliable synchronization, increased security, and the ability to chat using MSN Messenger. It also features new Pocket versions of Outlook, Word, Excel, and Internet Explorer.

The Toshiba e310 delivers brilliant images with its 3.5-inch TFT display. It supports over 64,000 colors and has a 240 x 320 resolution. Active matrix, also called "thin film transistor" (TFT), is the brightest, sharpest, clearest, and most expensive type of LCD flat-panel display that is practical for handhelds.

With its integrated Secure Digital (SD) expansion slot, you can easily store and play your multimedia files and carry your important documents wherever you go. You'll also be able to add functionality with optional SD modules, such as the optional Toshiba Pocket PC Bluetooth wireless SD card.

Play digital audio (both MP3 and WMA) and video (MPEG-4) files using the Windows Media Player software. The Toshiba e310 is also compatible with files, for listening to audiobooks, radio broadcasts, and more. Record your thoughts with the built-in microphone and voice-recording software. You can play back using the small speaker on the front or via the stereo headphone jack. You also get the Microsoft Reader e-book software.

In the Box
The Toshiba e310 comes with a USB cradle, AC adapter, stylus, soft slipcase, quick-start card, and warranty card. It is backed by a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more


  • Lightweight, ultra-thin Pocket PC loaded with productivity and entertainment applications
  • Expandable via built-in Secure Digital (SD) slot
  • 32 MB RAM and 32 MB ROM ; 206 MHz Intel StrongARM 32-bit RISC processor
  • 240 x 320 pixel TFT LCD screen displays more than 64,000 colors
  • What's in the box: Toshiba e310, USB cradle, AC adapter, stylus, soft slipcase, quick-start card, and warranty card

Reviews (98)

5-0 out of 5 stars Palm Device - but better
What does my title mean? It means the Toshiba e310 is your regular Palm device, small form factor, weightless, looks nice, performs well - but it's only better - it uses the feature rich Pocket PC 2002 Operating System.

When I was shopping for my PDA, I had my eyes on the m505 (from Palm) and then when that was stopped, and the m515 replaced it - I was just a few dollars short of buying it! But, then I discovered this device ... Not only did this device match the m515 in everything, it had SOUND! Something the m515 didn't, I was hoping to use my PDA as a portable MP3 player, and the m515 was just not up to the job!

This thing is a powerhouse! It does everything I need it to do, both for fun and work. I run my own small multimedia business, and the PPC carries all the Excel quote sheets, so I can finally quote on the go! It carries all my partner companies price lists in easy to read Word files.

It can take full motion video - so I am able to plug in an SD memory card and watch my home videos while I'm out and about. And most importantly, it plays MP3s!

However, I've saved the best till last! The combination of this, a bluetooth mobile phone and the bluetooth SD card allows me to send and recieve my email (securely) from anywhere via GRPS! This is what I got my PDA for!

However, a few nags I have with it. The ActiveSync software has a major flaw in it, when you install it, it sets the PPC to "check for connection" every 5 minutes, so therefore, if I leave my PPC in my pocket for an hour, the unit turns itself on every 5 minutes! Wasting a already limited battery life. This can be solved by going into the ActiveSync settings, but the fact remained, it was no where in the manual (which was also very limiting!) and it took me a whole week to figure out what was wrong.

The next biggest gripe I have is (and I only have myself to blame!) is the build quality. It's great everywhere except near the jog dial button, the outer casing creaks and feels very loose around that part.

Also, some MP3s come out with a slight hiss through my headphones, but then, these are just badly made MP3s - but still, the hiss is not present on a decent soundcard.

Overall, I love this device, and give it the highest of recommendations!

EDIT: I've mucked around with sound files and stuff, and found 96K WMA sound files work like a treat through a decent set of headphones... just thought you'd like to know.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it
Truly a great PDA. The smallest one I've ever owned (3rd, of 4 total), and one of the fastest.

-Tiny, light
-Blazing fast
-Long battery life
-Bright screen
-Very loud speakers for the size
-Can run multiple (6-10) programs without major problems
-Expandable through SD slot
-Great for reading E-Books, several included on the CD
-Sync feature is easy to use, yet allows to get contacts, notes, e-mail, even websites
-Sturdy - A high drop (from a shelf in my book-case) did absolutely no damage
-Inexpensive, great value

-Was hard to find a new unit (bought mine a few months ago, used), Toshiba stopped selling this, for whatever reason
-32 MB means you might want to get SD card if you're going to be watching movies, I got a 256mb card, holds an entire movie in great quality, and still holds a bunch of MP3's
-Doesn't come with headphones

If you buy it, hope you enjoy it as much as I did

5-0 out of 5 stars Great PDA
This PDA has been a faithful friend for over two years. I never thought I would keep a PDA for two years. Technology moves so fast, but this has kept up. It syncs my email & contacts easily so that I can refer to them on the road. It also syncs top news stories from the internet, that is fun. The display is great, easy to read, and has withstood the test of time. And with Pocket PC it is very intuitive and easy to use. The battery keeps its charge for several days. (Which is good because I forget to cradle it sometimes.) The only problem is when you let the battery die completely you have to go through the set up routine. But that hasn't happened to me in over a year now. I might get a new one just because I want wireless internet capability. But they have come out with a SD compatible wireless card. So when I first got this wireless was not an option. Now it is. Great!

3-0 out of 5 stars Some problems to consider
I've had an i-310 for over two years now and although I like it and it preforms well for my use (mainly calander and contacts) I've found several problems. These may be inherent in all PDAs, I don't know.
First it interferes with my computer if I leave it connected all the time. I usually put in on the cradle to sync once a day, and then cradle it in the evening after shutting down my computer to charge the unit.
Second, the unit loses it's ablility to turn off manually. It still shuts off automatically, but you can't physically turn it off. This continues to happen, even though I have downloaded the software updates. The main issue this cause is battery use.
Third some of the buttons are sloppy. You push them once and they click twice, so can't use the button short cuts and have to use the stylist all the time.
Fourth, and this is the biggests for me, is the battery is wearing out. You can only get a new battery by sending it back to Toshiba. They quoted me today a price of $120-$170. So you might as well consider this a disposable unit that will last about 2.5 years. This is a big issue, because if you aren't careful this can screw up your info on your PC, and you will also have to resync (no big deal) and re-download all updates if you get it repaired.
If you have the budget I would highly recommend buying a unit with a replaceable battery.

1-0 out of 5 stars many important problems
I think this PDA has problems that would make it a better paperweight than PDA.
first of all, I agree with another reviewer, WILL NOT CHARGE to 100% even with days on charger, and spontaneously discharges at a fantastic rate-to 30% over three days just sitting on my dresser. Starts to warn you when there is over 40% of battery left, annoying, but necessary, since 40% battery left means you have about 10 minutes more in my experience.
The alarms are always going off, but there is nothing to tell me what the heck it is alarming about, I can search all over sometimes and not be able to figure it out. My husband's Treo puts the alarm message right there on the front page for you to easily see what's up.
I used a San Disk backup card, and it froze the system, losing all data from my first couple of weeks of input. Toshiba says " large San Disk cards (128) not compatable"
I thought I would be able to listen to MP3s but the volume adjustment jumps in levels. One level is too loud and the other too soft. went to a PDA site, others were complaining about the same thing with the volume adjustment. ... Read more

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