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121. NETGEAR FS608 8 Port Switch (10/100)
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122. Onkyo TA-RW244 Dual-Well Cassette
$49.98 list($129.99)
123. GE 29460GE2 2-Line Business Speakerphone
$22.98 list($44.95)
124. Microsoft D67-00005 Trackball
$63.59 list($99.99)
125. Panasonic KX-TGA271V 2.4 GHz DSS
126. Sony D-SJ301 S2 Sports CD Walkman
$34.99 $29.99
127. Panasonic KX-FA83 Toner Cartridge
128. Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live!
$18.21 list($39.99)
129. GE 26928GE1 900 MHz Analog Cordless
$198.99 list($699.99)
130. Olympus Camedia C-720 3MP Digital
$149.95 list($179.99)
131. Canon Sure Shot Z155 Caption Date
132. Belkin 100-Foot FastCat 5e Networking
$199.99 list($362.00)
133. HP PhotoSmart 7550 Inkjet Printer
134. Sony CLIE PEG-NR70V Handheld
$22.32 list($44.99)
135. IBM19K2002 Optical Navigator Mouse
$35.00 list($100.00)
136. Netgear DS104 4-Port 10/100 Dual
$38.99 $34.00 list($50.68)
137. Rhinotek's Lexmark 12A1970-Compatible
138. Audiovox VBP1000 Portable VCR
$9.99 list($14.99)
139. AT&T 210 Trimline Corded Phone
$52.99 $50.76 list($59.99)
140. Targus TSB212 Sport Standard Backpack

121. NETGEAR FS608 8 Port Switch (10/100)
list price: $69.99
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00006B9HO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 3593
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The Netgear FS608 is a powerful plug-and-play switch that connects at 10 or 100 Mbps and makes it easy to link as many as eight computers or peripherals to your Ethernet network. You'll experience maximum performance for 10/100 Mbps devices with eight ports that automatically sense the correct speed, while Netgear's Auto Uplink adjusts for different types of Ethernet cables. The FS608's sleek case has lights on the front for easy monitoring. Installation into your home network couldn't be simpler and, once connected and turned on, it begins cool and silent operation--without an internal fan. ... Read more


  • Plug and Play installation, no configuration
  • Auto-detects speed and duplex
  • Auto Uplink makes the right connection
  • 100 Mbps access/200 Mbps in full-duplex
  • Vertical option saves space on your desk

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Sleek, but problems in a busy environment
As others say, the device is small and easy on the eyes. I express caution with regard to critical purposes such as servers and IP telephony; we have experienced some weird problems with this. We have three (Netgear FS608 v2) in two locations; two connected to a 24 port Dell switch and the third I think connects to a Cisco 3524. They may intermittently refuse to forward frames from just one source to just one destination while allowing frames from that same source to other destination, weird stuff like that. Reset takes a power cycle OR just unplug the uplink cable and reconnect. It's a real nuisance if it means you have to drive to work on a weekend or an IP telephone call goes "blip" into la-la land. I'm sure they have a limitation on the size of the MAC address cache but I have not so far researched it. Beware using little switches on big networks! (That sounds like a grade b movie title!)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great
This replaced my 4-port Netgear Hub. Fast, great looking; it now matches my silver computer. My only problem is that now the cables are in the back, and the weight of them tends to pull the switch backwards and nearly off the desk. No big deal though.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works flawlessy
I've had it for a month. It does what it should. No problems easy to set up. What I like is the tiny size compare to the previous generation of switches.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stylish AND Easy to Use
What can I say, this is one stylish switch! Looks sweet. I purchased it for LAN parties at my house and I have to say that I am not the least bit disappointed. The unit itself is very handsome and very well built. Truly plug and play with newer OS's like Windows 2000 and Windows software setup required whatsoever. When I use it, I usually have 4 computers hooked up to it (there are a total of 8 ports, so 8 computers for LAN only, 7 for LAN + Net) and then one of the ports acts as the uplink/downlink to my SMC Barricade via a 100 ft. CAT 5e cable and then the SMC Barricade connects to my RCA Cable modem. Again, nothing to set at all! Very easy to use. No problems when gaming for hours on end :) The box also includes a VERY nice standing bracket which actually works! Wow, first time I've gotten a standing bracket that actually HOLDS the hardware in a vertical position stably. This switch is highly recommended for those of you who want a stylish, easy to use, well built, well designed, and truly plug and play switch. ... Read more

122. Onkyo TA-RW244 Dual-Well Cassette Deck

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Asin: B00005T3LK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Onkyo
Sales Rank: 14711
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Onkyo's TA-RW244 offers dual-well convenience alongside nice touches like auto tape-bias selection (normal, chrome, or metal) and a brushed-aluminum front panel. One transport records and plays, while the other just plays--but both offer full auto-reverse. And with continuous playback (deck A-B), you'll get over three hours of music using two 100-minute tapes--and you can copy both sides of a tape with the press of a button.

For noise reduction, the TA-RW244 is outfitted with Dolby B and C, and the recording deck boasts Dolby HX PRO for extended high-frequency response. Other features include high-speed editing with synchro dubbing, fluorescent level meters/counters, auto-spacing to insert blank spaces between songs, and an eight-segment peak-level meter.

What's in the Box
Cassette deck, component-linking cable, two sets of stereo analog audio interconnects (RCA jacks), a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more


  • Dual-well cassette player/recorder with high-speed dubbing
  • Autoreverse operation in both decks, relay play, repeat play
  • Auto tape-bias selector, CD synchro recording
  • Fluorescent display with 8-segment peak-level meters
  • Measures 17.125 x 4.75 x 12 inches (W x H x D)

123. GE 29460GE2 2-Line Business Speakerphone with Caller ID
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00005NGRO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 15600
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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GE's 29460 supports two-line operation and has a data port for fax, modem, or external answering device. Dual ringers indicate the line on which a call is coming, and conferencing capabilities let you talk to two parties at the same time. The phone stores up to 50 speed-dial numbers that you can quickly access with a shuttle dial. The 99-name-and-number caller ID tracks your missed calls, displayed on the backlit four-line LCD for easy reading and quick callback.

The speakerphone frees your hands for more important tasks, and the one-touch redial button is convenient when you've just remembered something important to tell a friend after hanging up. Separate volume controls for the handset, speakerphone, and ringer let you customize the proper audio levels, and the phone is wall mountable to help save desk space. GE offers a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Base unit, tilt stand/wall mount, handset, coiled handset cord, telephone line cord, printed speed-dial reference card, instructions, warranty information ... Read more


  • Speakerphone for hands-free operation
  • 50-number memory
  • Supports 2 lines with call-conferencing capabilities
  • 99-name-and-number caller ID memory
  • Backlit 4-line LCD screen

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent Phone
I recently bought this phone for a home office environment.I tend to agree with some of the other posters in that the phone could be better.The LCD display is hard to read, and the quality of the speaker phone and the handset audio could be much better as well.

Most of we consumers only think of AT&T, GE (now marketed with the RCA brand on some phones), Panasonic, as well as other typical consumer brands when it comes time to add a new phone. Obviously, it "is" easier to run down to Best Buy, Circuit City, Office Depot, Office Max, or Staples.But, do some searching online, and you will find that commercial-grade phones are available which are of much higher quality, and not too much more expensive.

For example, the ITT Cortelco Colleague-series phones are of exceptional quality, and they even have a line-powered model. No AC adapter or batteries are required - just like the old-fashioned Western Electric phones when "Ma Bell" was still around!Plus, they include every feature that all of the consumer-grade phones do - and, sometimes more.Another brand is Scitec, which supplies commercial phones to colleges and hotels.They, too, are available through online distributors.There are other commercial brands available as well; just do some searching and you will find better options at prices equal to or less than $100 for an excellent quality multi-line phone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Acceptable or Not?
I just received this phone to use in a small business office with two phone lines.My first impression was sleek, user friendly, well designed phone with a lot of nice features.The hook up was easy and the menu features pretty straight forward.The display is pleasingly larger than anticipated, which makes it easier to read and the information on the screen is very useful, especially the caller ID info including the phone line calling on.Ok, so why the average rating?Three reasons: 1. the speaker phone is terrible, reverb galoure, unreadible conversation and the speaker / microphone picks up all electic interference, ie. computers, flourescent lighting, etc., making it sounds like your talking next to a noisy washing machine and 2. the information screen is positioned at too flat of an angle, even with elevation stand, to read comfortably from my office chair and 3. the handset microphone is too sensitive, making your voice sound like your talking into the wind!To sum it up, it's nice looking, it's user friendly, the features are great, however the speakerphone and handset are inferior.What's important to you?

5-0 out of 5 stars High Quality, Great Features
Perhaps some customers have had bad luck, but our phone works perfectly.The full-duplex speakerphone is clear and easy to hear.The headset works great, and doesn't conflict with the handset.It is easy to switch between handset, headset and speakerphone just by using the dedicated keypad buttons.The voicemail light shows when we have a message, and even blinks the corresponding line orange.Sounds good and looks good, too.It was hard to find a two-line phone with a headset jack and voicemail light, but this one has it all and works great.Definitely recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars I'm ordering another phone
I do not understand the negative comments.I have tried several 2 line home phones and like this phone the best.

1-0 out of 5 stars Basically, it's a piece of junk.
My brand new phone wouldn't even allow me to set up basic features.I tried many times to change the dialing from pulse to tone, to no avail.It would say "ok" and then just automatically go back to pulse.The phone rang while I was sitting in front of it and then stopped ringing ... but I could hear it still ringing unanswered in another part of my house.I could not answer it because the call was no longer available on this phone ... it simply said "C4 Call Blocking".Tech support didn't have any suggestions other than unplugging it for ten minutes to allow the phone to reset.I decided to unplug it for life and try another brand. ... Read more

124. Microsoft D67-00005 Trackball Optical Mouse
list price: $44.95
our price: $22.98
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Asin: B00005853X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 1670
Average Customer Review: 3.37 out of 5 stars
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Unlike the mechanical-trackball "mice of yore" that skip, stick, and need to be cleaned, the Microsoft TrackBall Optical introduces an entirely new trackball featuring optical sensor technology. Reading through dirt, dust, and fingerprints, the optical sensor tracks the movement of the ball 1,500 times per second, giving you smooth, precise control. The Trackball Optical comes with two additional buttons located on the side of the device--for a total of five buttons--to quickly move forward and back in your browser, or you can program them. It also features a wheel for efficient scrolling and zooming and is ergonomically designed to support the natural position of your hand as you use your thumb to control the trackball. ... Read more


  • Thumb-controlled precision trackball design
  • IntelliEye optical technology
  • 5 buttons--including 2 programmable buttons
  • Wheel for scrolling and zooming
  • Designed for use with the right hand

Reviews (67)

4-0 out of 5 stars One of the best trackballs out there
A review from a gamer:

- Five buttons (including the scroll button)
- Button configuration is ideal (for two or three fingered clicking)
- Easy to clean (easy to remove the ball, and contacts are easily accessible)
- Fits hand perfectly
- Wired (a pro because of the lag caused by wireless products)

- "Sticky" fine movement

For those of you who haven't tried/had the patience to try a trackball mouse, they add comfort and ease of movement to your computing life. This trackball is the best five-button, thumb-controlled one out there. The only place it is lacking is its "sticky" fine movement, but sensitivity configuration can solve that problem. This Microsoft trackball has proven to be useful because of its easily accessible five buttons, and ease of cleaning. If you do not want to take advantage of a five-button trackball, I suggest buying any logitech trackball, which offer three-buttons with ease of movement. Although, without proper cleaning, the Logitechs movement will become stickier than that found in this trackball.

3-0 out of 5 stars A handsome but flawed mouse...
On the outside, the Microsoft Trackball Optical may look pleasing. With its ring of red light, its perfectly shaded gray exterior, and a nice curve to it, you might wonder how this beautiful mouse might possibly be flawed...well, let's just say that it certainly has its share of them!

Let's begin with the trackball itself. This trackball, so far, has worked moderately well; however, on occasion, especially during quick scrolling, this ball has "stalled" on me. That is, it stopped during the middle of scrolling, forcing me to re-shift my finger and continue. On other occasions, the trackball has actually shifted off of the sidebar (although this may have something to do with me then with the mouse...) It's not fastened into its socket, which I find a tad questionable. Is this for cleaning purposes, if so, why? As of yet I have not run into any dust problems or whatever else.

Now, moving on to the button functions. Although the two side "back" and "forward" buttons may seem convenient, they most certainly are not. Their size just limits the accessibility of the two regular function buttons. Add to that the fact that I never use them (I constantly find myself going up to the "back" and "forward" buttons on my Internet Explorer menu) and you've got some problems. Like I said above, because of the two small "back" and "forward" buttons, I've had several difficulties with clicking on the main function buttons. When I go to click on it, I click on the "back" or "forward" button instead; this can become irritating. Lastly, the scroll button I've had no problems with. I don't use it that often, but when I do I have never had problems yet.

I purchased this mouse while it was on sale, so, as of so far, it's been worth the value. However, I'm sure there are much better options out there, especially if you're looking for another trackball. However, if like me, you can obtain this mouse for relatively cheap, by all means buy it. Rating: 3 Stars

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful TrackBall
Well, my first thought on the TrackBall was hmm, wonder if i can get used to using it. Well i must say it was very easy to do, the mouse moves very nicely no "jumps". I'm Not sure why i have read that most people have a problem with hand oils and dirt getting into the mouse (unless they have never ever washed their hands) i dont sit at the computer eating potato chips and then grab for the TrackBall so this isnt a problem for me. Its a perfect device, no problems with it jumping around and moving slowly. buy it and try it, its cheap enough and well worth the money, (yes the ball comes out "if" you need to clean it)

1-0 out of 5 stars Trackball doesn't track!
I used the MS trackball optical for about a month. I just put it back in the box. My thumb hurts because the curser/pointer is moved only by your thumb. Even worse---the ball moves the pointer very sporatically. Sometimes, I'll roll the ball up or down and nothing happens. Save your money and buy a logitech "Marble Mouse" (I use it on my other computer). It cost about the same, doesn't hurt you hand, and actually moves the pointer where you want it to!

1-0 out of 5 stars Inaccurate and Clunky
Bought this mouse and was very unhappy with it. Right out of the box, the trackball gets stuck more than 50% of the time. This got annoying after 2 days. I was also unhappy with how inaccurate it felt. I tinkered with the mouse control panel without any luck.

I use my mouse for illustrations on the computer... so the thumb position for the trackball really doesn't work well unless you're double jointed.

Even if you're not drawing anything, the fact that the trackball gets stuck so often makes basic window navigation aggravating. I don't usually return products, but this is one of them. ... Read more

125. Panasonic KX-TGA271V 2.4 GHz DSS Accessory Handset for Panasonic KX-TG2700 Series (Violet)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00006G96O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 7618
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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The Panasonic KX-TGA271V supplemental handset is designed to expand, and complement, your current KX-TG2700 series phone system. Don't let its whimsical violet and white design fool you--the KX-TGA271V houses the same great call features provided by your current system. Enjoy the benefits of 2.4 GHz frequency-hopping digital spread spectrum transmission for outstanding call clarity and range, plus caller ID with 50 name-and-number memory, a four-line backlit LCD, speakerphone capability, and four-way conferencing.

The KX-TGA271V does not require an additional phone jack for operation, just a power source, and works seamlessly with your existing Panasonic KX-TG2700S, KX-TG2720S, KX-TG2730S, KX-TG2740S, KX-TG2750S, KX-TG2770S, or KX-FPG381 phone. The KX-TGA271V can accommodate one- or two-line operation (depending on the base system). Additional handset features include intercom function between base and handset, headset and hearing aid compatibility, belt clip included, 50 speed dial presets, and an illuminated keypad.

What's in the Box
KX-TGA271V handset and charging base, power adapter, user guide, belt clip, warranty information ... Read more


  • For Panasonic KX-TG2700S, KX-TG2720S, KX-TG2730S, and KX-TG2740S expandable cordless phone systems
  • 2.4 GHz digital operation
  • Digital duplex speakerphone
  • Supports 2 lines and 4-way conferencing
  • Caller ID with 50-number history

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Functionally Inferior
Oops! One would expect by looking at the photo of this phone that it would rest in the charger when not in use. Wrong! According to Panasonic the charger is only for charging a completely dead phone. If you rest them in their chargers instead of letting the battery completely discharge, the battery will die a very early death.

Very poor functionally. Panasonic says that you cannot change the type of battery that is used. Their suggestion is to buy new phones that have different batteries. Crazy!
Costco just started carrying these phones. There will be millions of expensive headaches!
PS When our phones went dead Panasonic's batteries were on back order.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware the Battery Life - Panasonic will not support.
The rechargable battery in this handset WILL develop a memory and become unusable during the warrenty period. Panasonic claims the battery in this handset is an "Accessory" and not covered under the warrenty. And, they say "sorry" but they can not help. Interestly, they do cover some batteries in other handsets.

My suggestion is NOT so buy products from a company where the usage of the product causes a problem they do not cover. If you are willing to replace the battery yourself every 3 - 6 months of use, it is probably a good handset.

Personally, I will not buy another Panasonic product.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, But I Still Want Better
A nice system overall, but not nearly perfect. We purchased a set of these to replace our burnt out Siemens Gigaset 2402 system. While we were happy to have something that worked (the Siemens system had died a slow death over about a year and ultimately became unusable after a little over two years of use) the features and design of this system leave much to be desired. Numerous minor inconveniences and awkwardnesses make these phones less than they could be--nothing major, and perhaps only noticeable when compared with the excellently designed Siemens phones (really nothing more than the difference between Japanese and German design).

Two features stand out in comparison with our retired Siemens phones, one negative and one positive. On the positive side, these phones support detection of voice messages on an existing message system, so that it is easy to see from any handset whether there are unplayed messages on either line. On the negative side, the system does not support handset naming. We imagined this would be a minor inconvenience when we bought the phones, but it has proved to be a major drawback: there's simply no way to get the entire family to learn what number goes with what phone. When we had the Siemens system, which supports handset naming, the we had a working intercom system (not to mention convenient transfers of calls); now we're back to shouting.

5-0 out of 5 stars FYI: this is the "violet" handset
FYI - this is the "violet" handset (the 'V' at the end of the product number). Search for 'TGA271W' for the white version. Same item, different color. ... Read more

126. Sony D-SJ301 S2 Sports CD Walkman
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B0000665P7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 2378
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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The snazzy DSJ301 CD Walkman boasts Sony's exciting S2 Sports design, ergonomic joystick operation, and great sound. Ultimate Skip-Free G-Protection technology and a three-way control key on the grip together permit use while jogging or participating in other activities, while a supplied hand strap makes it easier to carry. Though it's not designed for immersion, the Walkman does offer a water-resistant design with rubber gaskets, bushings, and water-resistant seals that help keep out water, moisture, and dirt.

Sony's Ultimate Skip-Free G-Protection technology boosts the laser pickup's shock protection to minimize read errors that would otherwise interrupt your music, providing quick recovery from both horizontal and vertical shocks--up to 10 times faster than conventional systems. The player delivers 50 hours of playback on two AA batteries (not included) bolstered by Sony's two-position automatic volume limiter system (AVLS), which conserves batteries and guards your hearing by capping your listening level. This player supports optional Sony Nickel Cadmium NC-WMAA rechargeable batteries or optional Nickel Metal Hydride NH-WM2AA rechargeable batteries, offering great savings and convenience over replaceable batteries. Other features include nine playback modes (among them shuffle play, repeat play, and 64-track program play) and audio CD-R/CD-RW playback. ... Read more


  • Rugged, water-resistant design with Ultimate Skip Free G-Protection technology for active use
  • 9 playback modes (including shuffle play, repeat play, and 64-track program play)
  • Includes headphones and AC adapter
  • 2-position automatic volume limiter system (AVLS) conserves batteries
  • 50 hours playback with 2 AA batteries, works with rechargeable batteries (no batteries included)

Reviews (50)

2-0 out of 5 stars Yes, rugged, but heavy and mediocre sound quality
The sound quality of portable cd players has been on the same downward spiral that most sound equipment takes when commoditized for the mass market. The reason for this is simple: Joe Duh Average wants FEATURES not SOUND QUALITY. If you read most of the reviews, most people are talking about features. One self-proclaimed "audiofile" (sic) says the "bass sounds good", but mostly mentions features.
Note that the manufacturers don't even list real specifications anymore (like Total Harmonic Distortion - THD, signal-to-noise ratio - S/N, output level, etc.) because Joe Duh doesn't understand or care what these things mean. Joe can't see the op-amp or compressor inside the machine -- but he can see whether it has a remote control or not. (Why anyone needs a remote control on a portable cd player is beyond me.) So when Joe goes to the store to select a portable cd player, he buys the one that has the most visible features. (Joe wants to get his money's worth, after all.) So, what do you do if you are a manufacturer? Where do you invest your money? This is why most portable cd players have a muddy, unbalanced sound these days and this player is no exception. If you look at its specifications, it lists features. The frequency response range really doesn't tell you much, and that is the most you can get out of them. But just listening to it is a real disappointment. It is fascinating to me that people are willing to pay extra for things like AVLS when this is redundant -- just use the volume control! Check this out -- they try to pass it off as a feature: it "guards your hearing by capping your listening level". Thanks, big brother. (Sony doesn't wanna get sued.) Although they aren't going to tell you the output level, it is only about 5mW per channel. It is sturdy and doesn't skip -- everyone is right about that. It is heavy and bulky if you want to carry it in your hand while jogging, however. If you are a true audiophile, I would recommend looking elsewhere. They aren't making good quality portable cd players anymore, and the one I finally found is the best I could get from what is available and it isn't even on the market anymore. I got lucky and found a distributor that happens to have a stock of them and when they are gone, my guess is that there will be no more to buy anywhere. That player does not have the mp3, which is fine with me. It is the Panasonic sl-ct470 and they are going for about $50 (original price on release was closer to $75, I think). The sl-470j is the same player, but it has a remote control which doesn't interest me. It has a S/N of 96 dB and 9mW per channel output level. It is light, not as sturdy as the Sony, but the sound quality is much clearer and the response curve is better. Of course, no one ever uses the earphones that come with any of these players -- I use either one of Sony's MDR series or Sennheiser's P100's for exercising. The results with this particular configuration are pretty good.

5-0 out of 5 stars best piece of audio equiptment I have ever used
this is the best cd player ever. ive gone thru 3 cd players in 2002. the first three couldnt take my kluzness.(i dropped those things alot) well this helps in two ways. 1) it has this AWESOME hand strap, that makes it easy and convenient to get the volume and song selector button (i think thats what its called)and 2) if i was to drop it down the elevator shaft at the sears tower it still wouldnt skip, let alone break. if you need a new cd player, go with this one. its well worth the 50.00 above the other sonys ive seen. and the head phones are awesome. sooo much better than those wraparounds that just dont like my ears.

5-0 out of 5 stars By far the best CD player ever purchased
I am notoriously clumsy and am known to break electronics extremely quickly. Before purchasing this CD player I had gone through five CD players within the space of a year (of various brands...i think i had two panasonics, one classic, one other kind of sony, and one aiwa). I decided to splurge a little for this discman and was not disappointed. I have had this for almost two years now, drop it almost daily (often from considerable height onto tile floors or concrete), often store it at the bottom of my heavily loaded backpack and it is still in perfect working order. I think that the sound functions are starting to go, as i now have to purchase new headphones every two weeks, but I think I will buy the exact same discman again to replace it, because it is by far the best CD player I have ever had.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Cd Player ROCKS
I swear to god this cd player never skips. I bought a very cheap cd player from someone and all it did was skip, you could throw this cd player against the wall and it would not skip, and better yet the batteries last a super long time with my old cd player I had to change batteries ever two days.

3-0 out of 5 stars Mine was a lemon
I wish I could give this player a great rating but, in fact, I have very little I can go on for the rating except that mine was defective straight out of the package. Thus, I can't go on about sound quality or other features. It felt sturdy. The controls seemed easy to operate. It just didn't play. The CD would cycle but that was the extent of its performance. I had no trouble getting through to Sony on the phone (always a plus)and after a brief discussion they agreed that it was a malfunctioning unit. I have several Sony items and this is the first time I've gotten a lemon. Based on prior experience, I won't hesitate to buy Sony again but this time I am going to select a different Walkman CD player (the next "grade" up.) ... Read more

127. Panasonic KX-FA83 Toner Cartridge for KX-FL511 Laser Fax/Copier Machine
list price: $34.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00009960M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5137
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The Panasonic KX-FA83 replacement black toner cartridge is designed specifically for use with the Panasonic KX-FL511 Laser Fax/Copier Machine. This easy-to-replaceunit will extend the performance of your investment, delivering print and copy resolutions of up to 600 x 600 dpi, depending on your machine settings. Each package contains one replacement toner cartridge. ... Read more


  • Replacement black toner cartridge
  • Compatible with Panasonic KX-FL511 laser fax/copier machines
  • Achieves up to 600 x 600 dpi print/copy resolution
  • Easy-to-change design
  • 1 cartridge per package

128. Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 Sound Card (70SB006003007)

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Asin: B00005UK8V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Creative Labs
Sales Rank: 1702
Average Customer Review: 2.43 out of 5 stars
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  • Experience real-time digital audio & effects with head-turning 3-D positional audio from the EMU10K1 Digital Signal Processor
  • Create CD quality MP3 or WMA files with a 320Kbps encoder & up to 9x encoding acceleration
  • Surround yourself with theater-like Dolby Digital 5.1 audio in movies
  • Easily connect to Cambridge SoundWorks DTT3500, DTT2200 and other Dolby Digital-ready 5.1 home theater systems
  • Compatible with Windows 95/98/98SE/NT/2000/ME

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Review HomeStudio 2002
Sytem: Dell 4500, 1.8 GHz cpu, 256 M ram, 40G hard, windows xp.
Use: musical creation using voice, guitar, bass, and midi keyboard.
Unless u are experienced with this stuff (I am a newby) read the book 'getting started' and do the tutorials. right from tuturiol 1, could not get midi output setup using a dell 4500 with analog device soundmax integrated digital audio card. after reading manuals and faq on and off line got no answer. long wait to get tech support on phone. once there he stepped me thru quickly (it starts with options-audio-advanced-check mme) .found tutorials are good, but need more subjects covered, such as how to use the drum machine, etc. in covering subjects, had questions and emailed for tech support and after couple days, per inquiry, got good support for answers.
Wanted midi input which soundmax integrated card could not do, so upgraded to soundblaster live 5.1. somewhere along the way audio files were corrupted, evidenced by delays and then sort of echo pulses on the audio tracks. it took another call to tech support to have him talk me thru the fix. I think I have the bugs worked out now.
Recording capabilities of software are phenomenal when compared to the analog tape tascam porta 05 studio which has been only other recording experience. The speed of actually getting recordable material is a quantum leap above the tascam. Abilities to patch in a wide range of instruments, sounds and sound effects from a midi keyboard are a stand alone piece of equipment in themselves. Precision editing capabilities are superb.
Give it 5 for capabilities and 3 for tech backup for overall of 4. Highly recommended and as I see it, the best bang for the buck for someone like me who wants to record his own music, but be prepared for some startup pains.

5-0 out of 5 stars Grat all-around card
I got this card to go with my Creative 5.1 speaker system (5200). This card is great! I can hear no crackles or extra noise. If you are going to use yours with DVD's than this is the card for you. It takes you right into the action especialy with movies that are 5.1 compatible. Games sound great. I especily like playing around with the included software. It comes with Creative play center but you don't have to use it (I use WMP). The only thing i don't like about the SB Live! 5.1 is I can't get the center channal to work, mabey i just don't have it set-up right.

If you have the $ You should upgrade to the Audigy series. but the SB is still good all-around.

1-0 out of 5 stars Okay with Intel but you can do better
The SBLive works fine on my P4. Do get the latest drivers from the and don't use those on the CD. Things never worked out on the AMD machine, I finally went to a Turtle Beach card there, and it was very straightforward. Creative's tech support was not friendly, unhelpful ("Windows is corrupted, you need to reinstall your OS"). Okay if you don't have anything to do for two weekends (one waiting for tech support to respond (for want of a better word) to your question and another to reinstall the OS. Formatting and reinstalling does fix issues but life really shouldn't be this hard. The product *is* adequate if not stellar but tech support is unavailable, unfriendly, and unhelpful.

1-0 out of 5 stars Problems with motherboards with VIA chipset
It seems that this is a real problem. This card doesn't work with most VIA chipsets (that means AMD processors). My computer freeze often and only the reset button is available :).
I tryed all the drivers found on Internet. The results are negative. So, there is anybody who wants to buy a lazy soundblaster? I think this is the worst soundblaster I had.

1-0 out of 5 stars This card sucks
Don't waste your money, this card sucks no matter what angle you look at it from. My major problem was...well lets see it's probably the fact that after a week of usage i baught a new mother board cause my other one was broken. And low and behold with my luck I transfer the sound card and i start up the computer install windows and it don't work. It tells me it's not there even though it is, i've tried it in all my PCI slots and even in some other computers and it's just broken. So i turned to the tech support and they didn't help one bit, they gave me stupid reasons and obvious things that I already did and checked. It's like they know absoloutly nothing about computers over there. They tell me to change slots and make sure it's plugged in all the way, things any computer user would check and do first. I mean tech support is supposed to help you with things that are really messed up, not give you easy answers anyone would have tried right away. So in conclusion I say this card is poor quality and the sound ain't that great in the first place, SAVE YOUR MONEY! ... Read more

129. GE 26928GE1 900 MHz Analog Cordless Phone - white
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B000069UZB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 2384
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Simple, sleek, and stylish, the GE 26928 provides an excellent basic phone for the bedroom or low-traffic area. This 900 MHz cordless phone features 10-number memory dialing and one-touch access to redial, hold, and mute buttons. Tried-and-true 900 MHz operation offers greater clarity and longer range than older phones operating on lower bands, and autoscan selects the available channel with the least interference, resulting in clearer conversations. Hearing aid compatible, the handset also includes a comfortable range of volume controls. It is easily wall mountable, and comes with a manufacturer's warranty covering parts and service for one full year. ... Read more


  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • 10-number memory dial
  • Redial, mute, and hold buttons
  • Low background noise
  • 1-year warranty

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing price, excellente quality
The price for this phone is just amazing. The sound and range are better than the Siemens we first bought and then brought back (that was a $120 phone). It is easy to dial, compact look but does not feel cheap. I am VERY happy with it and glad that I read the previous reviews.

5-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Good! Great Sound Quality! Cute! Not Bulky!
Surprisingly Good! Great Sound Quality! Cute! Not Bulky! Buy it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone for the price
This is a great phone, Ive had mine for a while and it works great. The battery seems to last forever, I've only got it to begin to go dead 1 or 2 times, and that was only because I left it off the charger for a while. I also went on vacation for a week and I forgot to put it on the charger and it was still wasn't even near dead. You can also save 10 phone numbers on it. It has a long range too. It is also hearing aide compatible, has call waiting and many different channels in case the one you're on begins to break up. For the prize I highly recomend this phone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice for Small Spaces
This phone is great for small spaces like an office or dorm. Plus you can turn the ringer off so that it does not disturb your studying. ... Read more

130. Olympus Camedia C-720 3MP Digital Camera w/ 8x Optical Zoom
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B000068BRE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 1444
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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The 3-megapixel Olympus C-720 Ultra Zoom digital camera boasts an outstanding 8x optical zoom lens (plus 3.0x digital zoom--equivalent to 40-320mm in 35mm camera) and an ultracompact size (4.2 by 3 by 3 inches). The impressive aspherical glass lens gives you excellent detail and sharp, clear pictures, plus the size of the camera makes it easy to bring along wherever you go.

The C-720 offers rapid-succession firing--just over half a second per shot--and QuickTime movie mode for short video clips. Additional features include multipattern TTL autofocus, built-in flash, diopter adjustment, 1.5-inch color LCD monitor, self-timer with 12-second delay, autoexposure bracketing (three or five images), auto white balance, and special image effects such as sepia mode and black and white.

The C-720 stores images on removable SmartMedia cards. The camera can be operated in several modes: in programmed auto mode the camera does everything for you. In aperture- and shutter-priority modes, you get to set the aperture or priority, and the camera does the rest. In manual mode, you have control over all camera functions, with shutter speeds as long as 16 seconds.

Images can be downloaded to either a Mac or PC via USB storage class connectivity, which means it can be connected to any USB-based Windows Me/2000/XP and Mac OS 8.6 or later computer without installing any software. The C-720 also ships with two CR-3V long-life disposable lithium batteries (four AA batteries can also be used), a 16 MB SmartMedia card, lens cap, strap, retainer cord, USB and A/V cables, and software. ... Read more


  • 3-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create prints up to 11 x 14
  • Autofocus lens with 8x optical zoom and 3x digital zoom (for 24x total zoom)
  • Included 16 MB SmartMedia card holds 21 images at high quality setting
  • Connects with PCs and Macs via USB port
  • Uses 2 CR-V3 lithium batteries (included) or 4 AA batteries

Reviews (40)

5-0 out of 5 stars Olympus C-720
If you're looking for a great digital camera for a great price, get the Olympus C-720. Like most of you, I'm not a professional photographer, but in the first week I was able to take what I consider to be some very nice shots. After reading the extensive manual, I quickly came to the conclusion that this camera will do a LOT and I'm going to have to experiment with it quite a bit to learn all of its capabilities. The only beef I have is the slow auto-focus only, no manual focus. Though the manual zoom is accurate, it can be a bit slow when you're trying to catch a fast moving object. For example, I was trying to take a shot of my dog as he was running toward me . . .forget it . . .the focus was just too slow. Olympus' suggestion is to "pre-focus" on the subject, then take the shot. Okay, sounds good. But why not include a manual focus? The 8X optical zoom is awesome. Coupled with the 3X digital (to get 24x) it is incredible. As with other high-zoom cameras, use a tri-pod for high zoom shots or a VERY steady hand. The 8X optical zoom is so good, I rarely use the digital zoom at all. Though this camera has a smaller rear viewing monitor than most cameras in its class, it hasn't bothered me at all. I can still review photos with ease and it saves on battery life. The quality of the photos is remarkable. My wife and I have taken quite a few "jaw-droppers" in just the first few weeks of owning the camera. It's nice not being saddled with film processing costs and delays. You can review the shots right on camera and delete what you don't want. Consequently, we've taken more pictures with this camera in a few short weeks than with all the other cameras we've owned, combined! So far, the battery life is amazing as well. Around 400 shots! IMHO, it blows the 2MP cameras away. Get a 128MB card and you'll have a hard time filling it up in one day.

4-0 out of 5 stars Olympus Camedia C-720 digital camera W/ 8X optical Zoom
The camera is really nice and works well but, will not work great in low light,unless you use the flash and are pretty close to your subject matter but not too close, other than that the zoom is really nice it really brings things in close and with the 8X Zoom the 3 megapixel is nice,I have taken some great photos in full light and in medium light making sure that the camera was held still. The software will let you do a lot just using the auto enhance option.
On the down side it is just a bit too big to put in a shirt pocket so I had to get a bag for it or put it in a jacket pocket in cooler weather.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great camera at a great price, but not for action shots
I own this camera and am very pleased with it. I have some photography experience but this is my first digital camera, so in choosing a camera my goals were to find one that is as close to a traditional 35 mm film camera, but digital. This camera acheives that goal. The main drawback to this camera is that it is difficult to take action photos. I'll get to that, but first a few pros:

- Of course, the powerful optical zoom and optical lens, (combined with digital zoom gives you almost 30x zoom).
- For having an optical lens, this camera is really compact! It is easily held in one hand.
- Full automatic controls of shutter speed and aperture, but also the option of full manual (as well as shutter speed priority or aperture priority) should you want to do something creative. Though it does not have unlimited exposure time; you can't go past about one minute.

And a few cons:

- The necessary accessories will drive the price up. It only comes with a 4 MB memory card, and much more is needed (I recommend at least 64 MB, probably 128 MB). Also, rechargeable batteries are recommended, as well as a carrying case.
- Though it uses double-A's, most rechargeable double-A's don't last long. I often end up buying regular double-A's in the end anyway.
- Like other digital cameras, the camera must be powered up before taking photos but you don't want to leave it on at all times in order to save batteries. However, if you have a sudden photo opportunity it does take a minute for the camera to power up. The camera will go into sleep mode to save batteries and it "wakes up" a little faster, but still somewhat slowly. This is a minor drawback.
- And the biggest drawback, for me, is the difficulty in taking action shots. It is difficult for two reasons:

1) The auto-focus is slow. By the time the camera focuses and shoots, your photo opportunity easily may have passed. It does have manual focus but it is much slower! You have to use the up/down and left/right arrows on the back of the camera to focus. First, this is an inconvenient location especially if you are using the viewfinder instead of the viewscreen. And, the buttons are digitally controlled; each press of the button requires a short processing time. If you think you can manually focus on the fly with this camera while shooting sports photography, forget it! So, unless you are in a situation where you can focus manually once and take all of your photos at that focal length, you will have to rely on the moderately slow auto-focus.

2) After each photo, the image freezes to show you the picture you just took. This is a nice feature on most any digital camera nowadays, but since you can't turn it off it can really interfere if you are trying to take several photos back-to-back. The viewscreen does this, but so does the viewfinder, so there is no avoiding it. The only option, if you want to take quick back to back photos, is to turn on the "rapid-shooting" which will take 2 or more photos every time you press the button. Fortunately it's digital so you aren't wasting film!

All of that said, I will mention that I have managed to take some decent sports photographs. The drawbacks are a nuisance but can be worked around in ways like those that I have mentioned.

I recommend this camera to anyone that is looking for a digital camera at a very affordable price that will provide many of the benefits of a traditional 35 mm film-based camera. It is good for beginners as well as amateur photographers, but if you're planning to do action photography I recommend sticking to the 35 mm, or finding a different (though surely more expensive) digital camera.

Bottom line: it is hard, if not impossible, to beat this camera for this price.

3-0 out of 5 stars I noticed someone reviewed it as not for beginners.....
And they are SO Right, it has so many whistles and horns, I cant figure out how to use it. The instruction book is as long as a novel. I have never used a digital camera, so I can guarantee that this one is HARD to understand.
Once you figure out the important needs of the camera, the one part that is easy is getting the pictures on the computer. That is camera/computer friendly, and easy to understand.
I noticed that all pictures have red eyes, and what I don't like the most, is I love taking pictures spontaneously, you can not take moving pictures at all, and that is a big downfall when you have kids and cats or dogs. Anything moving comes out blurry every-time. It is not the camera for those that like to be on the go, or like to take pictures as they happen. Its more for the mountain and tree type families, that take pictures of still objects.

2-0 out of 5 stars This is not a camera for beginners
This is my first digital camera and I did a lot of research before buying it. I bought it mainly for the 8x optical zoom and because of a retailer who recommended Olympus' lenses. The flaws of this camera were said by other reviewers - things like slow focus and blurry pictures. You CAN take good pictures with this camera, but it just takes a LONG time to learn for beginners (and after a lot of mistakes). And if you need somebody else to take pictures for you, it will be plenty of headaches. The paper manual that comes with the camera is the most user-UNfriendly manual I've ever seen - it assumes the user knows a lot about cameras. In conclusion, this camera is NOT for anyone who wants ease of use. ... Read more

131. Canon Sure Shot Z155 Caption Date Zoom 35mm Camera
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B000063YAQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 2307
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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The elegant, easy-to-operate Canon Sure Shot Z155 makes shooting all of life's precious moments simple. The world's smallest 4.2x zoom 35mm camera, the Z155 features a powerful 37-155mm lens and Canon's three-point autofocus and autoexposure system, built-in Light Guide zoom flash, and seven-mode Best Shot Dial.

Canon's Best Shot Dial provides seven shooting modes for pinpoint control for tackling even the most challenging situations. Modes include close-up, portrait, action, and night scene. And when you want even greater individuality, you can set and save your own shooting preferences with the personal mode.

The Sure Shot Z155 incorporates a passive seven-point switching-type artificial intelligence automatic focusing (AiAF) system, which allows the user to clearly view and sharply focus on the subject in a wide variety of conditions. The focusing and metering systems are linked to the zoom, ensuring virtually the same focal range for both wide angle and telephoto shooting.

It can handle all light conditions from sunny to dark, and when shooting night scenes, the slow-sync mode makes sure background illumination also gets captured. The camera's viewfinder also incorporates a dioptric adjustment knob, increasing the usability of the camera for users wearing glasses.

As an extra feature, certain models have the possibility to add captions like "Happy Birthday" on the finished photographs. ... Read more


  • Powerful 3.6x 38-155mm power zoom lens
  • Canon's Best Shot Dial with its 7 programmed settings does all the thinking for you
  • High-precision 3-point Smart Autofocus for sharp focus every time
  • 1/1,200-second top shutter speed plus real-time release to capture action
  • Built-in retractable flash

Reviews (10)

2-0 out of 5 stars Inconsistent
I bought this camera about 10 months ago and have taken it on 4 vacations. It has been terribly inconsistent. I've only gotten consistent photos on 1 trip; the photos of the other 3 trips have been a major disappointment. I usually only use my camera for vacation, and clear, beautiful pictures are very important to me. My photos of Hawaii and London were dark, unfocused, and overall just not good. I use the same place and same people to develop my photos. I take a digital camera along on all my trips, and my digital photos turn out amazing; the digital photos are usually taken right after my film photos, so their subjected to the same conditions as the film.
My mother has a Canon Sure Shot 115 and it takes great photos, so I thought I would give Canon a try. I had a Minolta Freedom Zoom 140, and I believe it takes better photos than this Canon, and the Minolta was doused in sea water on a cruise!

Overall, for this amount of money, I would shop around. This camera is just too inconsistent. Also, I have problems with it wanting to focus "lock" on a subject, and if it won't lock, you can't take a picture. The zoom is also very noisy.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent camera ,highly recommended!
I was surprised to read all the negative reviews about the canon z155. My own experience with this camera has been basically positive. Since purchasing the camera 7 months ago, the majority of my prints have been sharp, clear, colors bright and true to life. The only drawback i can think of is the pictures do tend to blur when using full zoom without a tripod. I dont think this is specifically Canon's problem, though, because photography books all recommend using a tripod when using a high zoom. At 155mm, one needs a very steady hand or the pictures blur. When I do use a tripod, even my pictures at the highest zoom come out crystal clear. I'd recommend this camera anytime!

2-0 out of 5 stars Inconsistent
Although my canon rebel SLR is incredible and we've had great canon's before, this one is very disappointing and inconsistent. I've had the same problems as others with blurry pictures and delays in taking photos after pushing the button. I'd recommend finding another camera or upgrading to a SLR from Canon (though pricey).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera - Fun Features - Excellent Pictures
Bought this camera in a pinch as our old one broke two days before Christmas. Didn't get a chance to read the reviews here first (and I'm glad I didn't or I probably would not have bought it!). I quickly snapped a roll of 24-exposure film to try the camera out and see if we wanted to keep it.

The pictures came out BEAUTIFULLY! I took some indoors, some out. Some with the fully automatic point-and-shoot, and expermimented with the potrait mode, sports action mode, and night mode. They all came out fantastically!

It's like having two cameras in one - a fully automatic no-brainer point and shoot as well as some features that allow you to be more creative and experimental with photography if you want to. Also a great zoom.

Canon must have corrected the issues that some of the eariler reviewers posted, because I did not experience any of these problems.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst camera ever
I am so glad after seeing the other reviews to know that I'm not crazy- this camera really is awful! The inconsistent quality of photos is dreadful, with many underlit and blurry for no clear reason. I love my other Cannon and wish they would stay away from making such supposedly "smart" cameras. ... Read more

132. Belkin 100-Foot FastCat 5e Networking Cable (A7J604100BLK)

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Asin: B00009PR0U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 9513
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars NO PLUGS
amazons review says it has connecters but it dosnt!!!

Connecting two ethernet wires is a pain. The wire itself contains 8 small color coded wires inside that must be connected indivudaly to the corresponding color on the other wire. These wires can't be soddered because the signal requires metal to metal contact, it won't work with lead sodder. Steady hands and loads of patience are required

1-0 out of 5 stars that a lot of money for bulk cable
factor in the $75 you'll need to spend for tools to crimp on your connectors (not included) and this is a very bad buy. Hey Amazon, you need to make clear that this is BULK CABLE and not a finished product!

1-0 out of 5 stars item not as described
i will be returning this to circuit city, the description states this has gold plated connectors, well there are NO connectos here! this is nothing more than a bulk run of cat 5 cable. STUPID AMAZON! thanks for the waste of time! ... Read more

133. HP PhotoSmart 7550 Inkjet Printer
list price: $362.00
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Asin: B000069LI8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 1937
Average Customer Review: 4.02 out of 5 stars
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The HP PhotoSmart 7550 brings exceptional quality, speed, and precision photo printing to home desktops. Crisp detail and rich, vivid color arrive through an optimized maximum resolution of 4,800 dpi, while advanced paper sensors automatically adjust the print settings for best quality.

The HP PhotoSmart 7550's most remarkable feature is a front-panel color LCD screen that lets you preview and edit photos before printing. With the 7550, you can print directly from your digital camera memory card without using a computer. Compatible with CompactFlash Types I and II, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, MultiMediaCard, and Sony Memory Stick memory media, the printer can produce borderless photos using the 4-by-6-inch photo paper tray and HP Premium Plus photo paper.

The paper tray holds up to 100 sheets of varying sizes, and is built to accommodate heavyweight glossy pages without frustrating jams. Specially designed HP inks and papers resist fading twice as long as traditionally processed photos--up to 65 years in some cases. The included software bundle lets you organize and file images in a variety of ways--even create custom slide shows viewable on a PC or TV via a DVD player. Plus, Windows users can organize and store digital photos on CD-ROM and print favorites.

The USB-equipped HP PhotoSmart 7550 is compatible with either PC or Macintosh and has all drivers, power cords, and ink cartridges included right in the box. Hewlett-Packard provides a one-year warranty that covers parts and service. ... Read more


  • Up to 4,800 optimized dpi, 7-ink system for impressive color and laser-quality text
  • Up to 17 ppm black, 13 ppm color
  • Advanced HP PhotoRet IV color-layering technology
  • Convenient 4-by-6-inch tray for borderless photos
  • Directly accepts CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, Multi-Media, Memory Stick

Reviews (55)

5-0 out of 5 stars All the pieces come together in this top of the line printer
I have owned several HP and Epson photo quality printers.
Each has been pretty good, but had one or two annoyances
that grew more bothersome over time. Particularly as
consumer digital cameras have improved to the 3 and 4
megapixel level, it was necessary to do something about
the quality of home photo printers. I think HP had the
farthest to go and they have closed the gap and taken a
wide lead with the 7550. The move to seven inks (from
HP's usual 4)in this model and the ability to go as
high as 4800 X 1200 dpi, has answered my concerns about
larger prints from my 4 megapixel Canon camera. This
printer also has a simple loading mechanism for 4x6
snapshots and I really like the new print cartridge
access (to the right of the paper trays), which means
I no longer have to drag the printer out from under the
shelf to open its top and change a cartiridge. This,
plus the front paper loading mechanism, makes the 7550
a real low profile machine. The LCD and controls allow
you to print pictures without the computer, though that
is not a big deal to me. The printer is quiet and fast
and I haven't given it a picture yet that it hasn't
handled with beautiful results. HP claims the new inks
and papers it is releasing with these new model printers
will last 65 years. I'll get back to you about that
claim in 2067.

4-0 out of 5 stars Super pictures, easy set up, flawless prints
I bought this printer, refurbished, after a lot of hemming back and forth between several other HP models. The photo quality is wonderful, but I will admit, I use the premium plus quality paper. If you want the quality prints, you need to use quality paper. It prints a bit slow, (the only reason for four stars), but not excessively so. I imagine it has to be set that slow in order to get the wonderful photo quality pictures I have been printing. As far as the ink content that comes with the printer, I have printed out 20 8 x10's and still have yet to run out. This printer is relatively quiet compared to a lot of printers I have heard. It does take up a bit of desk space though, so if you're trying to squeeze a lot into a little space, this may not be the printer for you. The set up was easy, printing pictures five minutes out of the box. I haven't used the print from card feature yet, but it's nice to see it takes all types. As a result, I haven't utilized the LCD screen. But those two features are not what I bought this printer for. One thing I have found, the picture quality is best when printed thru the HP software. I tried printing thru Corel photo and colors weren't quite right. When I switched to the software that came with the printer, not only was I astounded by the quality, I found the software program very easy to use and a nice photo set up. I will still use the other software for any altering of pictures, but use the HP software for actual printing. A great printer for a great price!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is #1
As a previous Epson fan, I searched for a new Epson Photo Printer before deciding to check the HP (and other) printers. After much research, I purchased the HP 7550. An excellent printer, and extremely quiet (a feature I was not concerned about, but a bonus.) If you want to save yourself weeks of research (this perfectionist did it for you!) just buy this one. It is a top of the line printer at a very reasonable price. Definitely worth the extra few $'s for the extra features over the lesser priced models. The quality of print is superior, even on the non-HP glossy photo paper that I have left from my previous printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a great surprise!
I orginally bought this printer a year ago as a basic color printer that would work with both my Mac and my husbands PC. The photo option was just a bonus because I thought I would eventually purchase a digital camera and it might be nice to print some out. Well I have been using it now for a few months as a photo printer paired with my Konica Minolta DiMage G600 6.0mp camera. The photos are exceptional. One would never know they were printed from my digital camera. I use the HP Premium Plus Matte paper. As a Senior Graphic Designer I am pretty particular about the quality. My boss liked it so much he bought one for himself! We have never had any problems with the printer and my husband uses it frequently has a general color printer in his home office. I do admit the cartridges are a little pricey but overall well worth it.

1-0 out of 5 stars The print cartridge holders break.
I am on my second one. HP sent me a replacement for the first which I appreciate greatly but having the replacement break as well is truly a pain. Today I was printing and red turned to pink. The tiny plastic arm that holds in one of the cartridges has broken again. On the replacement unit!! Otherwise I'm truly happy with this printer but this seems like a design flaw. ... Read more

134. Sony CLIE PEG-NR70V Handheld

Asin: B00006484F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 12203
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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Powerful multimedia and productivity wrapped in an attractive body, the Palm-powered Sony Clié PEG-NR70V offers great organizational tools, a built-in digital camera, and an MP3 audio player. You also get exclusive Sony features like the Memory Stick media expansion slot and Remote Commander software.

The Sony Clié PEG-NR70V comes equipped with a built-in digital camera for taking digital photos on the go. Its unique design also enables the screen to flip and rotate (180 degrees) to allow optimum use of both the camera and the built-in QWERTY keyboard. It features 16 MB DRAM memory, a fast 66 MHz DragonBall processor, a TFT color display with support for over 65,000 colors, and a lithium-ion rechargeable battery.

With the proven, reliable Palm operating system, the Sony Clié PEG-NR70V comes complete with all the standard Palm OS applications you need for organizing your life. It comes with Date Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, Mail, and Expense tools, and the Sony-enhanced Address Book that enables you to add photos to your contacts listings. It also comes with a wide range of entertainment and productivity applications, including Documents to Go for viewing and editing Word and Excel files. Plus, the Clié is fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS add-on applications available for download.

Connect to your PC and synchronize your contacts and date book using the included USB cradle. You can also beam information to other Palm OS handheld owners using the IrDA infrared port.

The Sony Clié PEG-NR70V comes with a number of exclusive Sony features. You'll get virtually unlimited data storage with Sony's Memory Stick removable media. Transfer digital content between your Clié and other Memory Stick-compatible products, including digital cameras, digital camcorders, and PCs. You can also use the PEG-NR70V as a remote control for audio and video components using its enhanced infrared port and Clié Remote Commander software.

Listen to your favorite music with the built-in audio player. Simply load MP3 audio files onto Memory Stick media and take your newest albums with you anywhere. You can also watch video clips on the high-resolution 320 x 320 reflective color LCD screen.

The Sony Clié is compatible with Microsoft Windows 98, 98 SE, 2000 Professional, Me, and XP, and connects to your PC using the USB port. It comes with a USB HotSync cradle (which also charges the lithium-polymer battery), detachable AC adapter, and a stylus.

What's in the box

  • Clie handheld
  • Headphones
  • Audio remote controller
  • USB HotSync cradle
  • AC adapter
  • Stylus
  • Sony CLII installation CD-ROM
  • Read This First
  • Add-on application guide
  • Graffiti sticker
  • EULA/Limited warranty statement
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  • Built-in digital camera for taking photos on the go; save files on optional Memory Sticks
  • High-resolution reflective color display includes front lights for excellent visibility indoors and outdoors
  • Built-in MP3 audio player; includes stylish headphones and remote control
  • 16 MB memory, 66 Mhz processor
  • What's in the box: Clie handheld, Headphones, Audio remote controller, USB HotSync cradle, AC adapter, Stylus, installation CD-ROM, application guide

Reviews (49)

3-0 out of 5 stars QUALITY-VERSUS-PRICE
The keypad and clamshell design of this Multimedia PDA from SONY evokes the semblance of a micro-laptop. The machine's wide range of features include: a good built-in digital camera, a 66MHz Dragonball processor, 16MB RAM, 8MB ROM, 3.8" TFT Display,Irda, and an adaptor-embedded USB Docking Cradle.
Both the Display panel and the swivel-mount which houses the digital camera can be turned to a very wide angle, (upto 270 degrees). As you turn it, the image adjusts automatically so as to yield the best possible screen-view. The listed 320 by 480 pixels Display resolution may seem generous, but in reality, 320 by 320 is all that may be at your disposal (at any given time). This is because the PDA's Palm OS 4.1 allows the virtual Graffiti pad to utilize the remainder.
I was disappointed to find out that there is no way images from the digital camera can be transferred directly into my PC's hard-disk. Users must first of all move them into the Memory Stick before passing them onto the hard-drive. Another sad thing is that my fully charged battery asks for a recharge just after six days of normal use, which is a far cry from the ten days SONY quoted.
In conclusion, I will say that this "SONY CLIE PEG-NR70V" is a good PDA. It has a vareity of features. But, I was disappointed that some of the claims SONY made concerning it were false. Having seen both the assets and the liabilities of this PDA, I just felt that I paid a little too much for it. More often than not, SONY produces good items, but they seem to always price them out of proportion.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great PDA...but
I was strickly a Palm guy until I saw the Sony Clie. I've owned both the Palm Vx and m505. Of course I moved to the m505 because it had colour. The colour wasn't impressive, but it was a plus compared to the Vx. I switched teams and became a Sony guy after seeing the Clie on the web. I'm somewhat of a gadget guy, so the camera feature was an added plus (in a PDA) for me. I have to admit, the colour on the Clie blows the socks off of the Palm. The screen of the Clie is sooo much clearer, the processor is faster (this is really highlihgted when viewing pictures), this is generally a great PDA, but...I do have couple of small points to mention on the negative side. Although the camera is a neat feature, the quality of the picture isn't that great (but I think Sony has a new generation of PDA/camera coming out soon), the stylus is too thin, and on a few occasions my memory stick is not recognized by my Clie, and I've had to fiddle with it to get it to work. What I've found is that if the memory stick is left out of the expansion slot for a little while and then re-inserted it will function correctly, then. But, with that said, I still think you get great value for your money with the Sony Clie PEG-NR70v/U.

5-0 out of 5 stars This PDA Is Excellent
I just bought this PDA and it is everything I could hope for. Sony struck a pot of gold with this one. Get a memory card (128 mb maybe) and you have enough memory for thousands of applications. I had trouble with Sonic Stage, but I am assuming I can figure it out. The camera works great. The keyboard is not good with numbers, but you can use the on screen one for that. If you have any further questions e-mail me at

5-0 out of 5 stars Super PDA for the Price
My wife bought this for me and I love it! The previous PDAs I have owned were not nearly as high tech. I certainly could not say more about the wonderful camera features than the other reviewer. As for all the other features all I can say is they work great. I have had mine about six months now and I have used them all and I have not had any problems. I mainly use it for my DVD and CD databases and games, but all the capabilities are amazing. I also highly recommend getting the Belkin USB Sync/Charge cable. It sure beats using a Sync/Charge Cradle since it is easy to carry anywhere.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ahead of its time.....
Back when this Clie came out, it was the first with integrated keyboard and a built-in digital camera. Two years later, it is still ahead of many handheld devices! One neat feature: remote controller! MP3 player is another nice feature, so check out the used Clie's. ... Read more

135. IBM19K2002 Optical Navigator Mouse
list price: $44.99
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Asin: B00005BAUL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Micro Innovations
Sales Rank: 3285
Average Customer Review: 3.94 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (34)

4-0 out of 5 stars This is a great mouse!
I went to the computer store to buy a Microsoft explorer mouse for my Mac. Yes....I said for my MAC. My friend has that mouse on his Apple, and it worked great. Well once I got there, I tried all the mice out, and I fell in love with this IBM Navigator! It's actually more comfortable than the Microsoft mouse if you can believe that. And because Macs in general are smarter than PCs (hehehe), I didn't even need the CD with drivers on it. The Mac comes equipt with USB drivers, so once I plugged the mouse in, it automatically recognized it as being a scroll wheel mouse. It works great! The only button that doesn't work on the Mac is that little side button by the thumb, but I would never use that anyways. I'm a happy boy now :)

2-0 out of 5 stars Looks Good, But Lacks Performance
After My Microsoft Intellimouse wore out, I wanted to try another optical mouse. After looking around, I Found The Optical Navigator. It looked really great in the picture, and had great reviews, so I though I'd give it a try.

It really does look as cool as the picture. The motion-LED on the bottom is bright red, and the scroll bar glows bright blue. But that is all that I really like about it.

I've found that the styling is generally uncomfortable. I can't rest my hand on the mouse: If my fingers are on the buttons, the rest of my hand has to be perched over the back end of the mouse. This isn't terrible, but it's not really comfortable. If I had smaller hands, I think I'd find it much better.

The other major gripe I have with it is that the cursor is undependable and jumps. I didn't realize how bad it was until I had used another mouse for a couple of months. When I came back to the Optical Navigator I was amazed at how badly it jumped around the screen. I'm finding that I'm getting far better at Windows keyboard shortcuts than I'd really like.

At this point I'm probably going to buy another mouse - maybe another Intellimouse or a Logitech equivalent. I'd reccomend doing that directly rather than buying this mouse first.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bang for its buck
I've had this mouse for hmm, about 2 years now, no problems at all. Err, from too much use, teh IBM on teh bottom is sort of not visible anymore, but I don't mind. the scroll wheel glows blue, heh, I like =D. I use this mouse for gaming, but I tend putting my wrist on the mousepad, for more comfortability. The thumb button, I don't see how people would use that, because its kind of in an awkward position, but I don't mind. At normal speed, the cursor goes slowly, but still, such a great buy. I would recommend this for any right handed person. The elevated position gives sometimes bad gaming, but I don't mind, cause it works for me. With this fitting nicely over your hand, its hard to find something this good.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works on a Mac with Jaguar
I just received my mouse from Amazon, with amazingly fast free shipping. Plugged it into my IOGear KVM switch, rebooted and everything is working great. The KVM switch is connected to both a Mac and a Dell WinXP system. The thumb button does not work on the Mac as expected. Love the way the mouse fits my hand. A two buttom mouse with scroll wheel is great with OSX. Hey Apple, its time to give up the one button mouse!

5-0 out of 5 stars This mouse rocks!
I have had this mouse (starting with model m027f0, which looks and feels exactly the same as thisone) for about 2 years now. Inow own one for home and work, and have converted several co workers to it, just because they sat at my desk and got hooked.

Never had a problem with jerky motion, software locks, or any of the other negatives previously mentioned, just a very comfortable, reliable mouse that fits my hand perfectly! Someone mentioned the back button not working in Windows explorer? I have not had that problem - in fact, there hasnt been a place where the back action failed to work.

The only problem Ive found is sitting at a desk without this mouse, I constantly go for the side (back) button - its habit forming! ... Read more

136. Netgear DS104 4-Port 10/100 Dual Speed Hub with Uplink Button
list price: $100.00
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Asin: B00000J4LQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 8488
Average Customer Review: 3.85 out of 5 stars
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The Netgear DS-104 4-Port 10/100Mbps Dual Speed Hub connects multiple PCs to share printers, files, Internet access, and e-mail communications. You can mix and match 10 and 100 Mbps PCs, servers, and peripherals with this hub, all without any configuration required. The DS100 family combines many capabilities in a compact package and is designed for cost-conscious small-business users.

Each unit has a built-in self-learning bridge that provides the communications link between the 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps network devices. The intelligent bridge automatically manages network traffic so that 100 Mbps traffic and 10 Mpbs traffic do not unnecessarily crowd each other. ... Read more


  • Auto-sensing dual-speed ports
  • Full connectivity among devices
  • Easy Plus and Play installation
  • Compact, sturdy metal case
  • Vista network ports with built-in LEDs

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars dependable, solid, inexpensive -- it doesn't get much better
I purchased this hub as part of a network starter kit (2 PCI ethernet cards + hub) and had no problems installing it. I run both Unix/Linux and Windoze machines and wanted all machines to be networked even with a mix of operating systems running at the same time -- and that meant simultaneous internet access, multi-player games, shared printers, etc. Basically, I wanted the network to do everything, so that any family member could sit down at a machine and do what they needed to do.

The DS-104 hub delivered from the time I installed it until the day I replaced it with a router (RT-314, also from Netgear). Installation was a snap, and as soon as I turned it on, I never had a moment's trouble from the DS-104.

So why did I switch? In two words, performance and price. Although the DS-104 is a fine product, its multiuser performance simply can't compare to a switch (which was built-in to the RT-314 router I replaced it with). I noticed that performance suffered when all of us wanted to use the computers simultaneously, which got me thinking about alternatives to improve performance. I initially intended to replace the DS-104 with a switch. After checking prices, I realized that I could actually purchase a router (switch + hardware firewall) for less than the cost of a switch alone. I eventually went that route, after receiving outstanding service from the DS-104 hub.

So was this purchase a throw-away? Hardly. The DS-104 did what it promised to do, reliably and without fuss. It handles both 10 and 100 Mbps connections transparently, so you don't even need to know the speed of whatever you're connecting. It's well-constructed (metal case instead of plastic) and absolutely reliable. Although I've replaced the DS-104 with a router, I haven't gotten rid of it -- I'm saving it for the day when I need to add several machines to the network and I'm out of ports on my router.

The DS-104 is solid, dependable networking at a very reasonable price. Recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars The thing just works!
I took this hub out of the box, plugged it in, connected it to our internal network and my two PC's about two months ago, and it has worked flawlessly ever since. All without reading the manual! This hub is perfect for me because I occasionally attach a legacy 10Mbps device and don't need more than three ports (other than to link to our existing network).

One warning - if you have other Netgear hubs and equipment, keep the power supplies separate. I had a single-speed 100Mbps hub and got the power supplies mixed up. The unit looked like it was working but actually wasn't. The power supplies look similar, the plugs are the same, but I think the current and/or voltages are different.

Other than that, this is a great product. As I said earlier, it just works. When you factor in price, you can't miss.

3-0 out of 5 stars Switch to a Switch, and skip the Hub Bub
I bought a ds-108 Netgear Hub it performed fine, I THOUGHT, when I looked closer it was not efficient in delivering the print jobs. The tech support from NetGear is FANTASTIC... and after talking to a few folks at Verizon, and the ISP I switched to a FS-108 switch. BIG difference. Really I can't see any reason to get a hub when you can get a switch. The cost difference is minimal but the performance difference is like comparing a candle to an electric light. Switch from the hub to a "SWITCH" Or continuing holding a candle to the electric light.

1-0 out of 5 stars These hubs have a problem!
If you are using just a single hub you probably won't have any problems.

If you plan on daisy-chainging them together, you will run into an issue where the hubs must be reset every week or so. They will initially work but then, without any reason, the link between them will quit working. We had Netgear 200+ hubs and found this problem in nearly all of them.

Netgear support was of no help either. Since there was no way of reproducing the problem, they took the stance that there was no problem!

1-0 out of 5 stars very difficult to setup
I have tried to set up this hub with my home cpu and laptop and with no luck so far. I am using windows xp on both cpu's and I am getting frustrated with the whole thing, I am getting sorry I bought this hub, it shouldn't be this much trouble to set up a connection between my computers. I may take it back to the store where I bought it and find something a little easier to set up. If I do not succeed in getting help from the people who manufactured it, it is history. ... Read more

137. Rhinotek's Lexmark 12A1970-Compatible Black Ink Cartridge Twin Pack
list price: $50.68
our price: $38.99
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Asin: B0000C6C6L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Rhinotek
Sales Rank: 2871
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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  • 2 black ink cartridges
  • Compatible with Lexmark 7000 and 7200NS printers
  • Average yield of 600 pages
  • Resists water, smudges, and fading
  • Full manufacturer's warranty against defect

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Great Price Horrible Ink Quality
If you've ever used Lexmarks brand before you'll agree with me when I say its anything but great, but this product is no different. I saw the Rhinotek brand double pack for $31 and a single Lexmark cartirdge for $25. I went for the double pack and was severly disapointed. At first the in has more trouble comming out than the Lexmark then after it does it has a wider spay so when I printed photos it make the black eliments hazzy. It also ruined some of my video label by covering the colored lettering with black. So take my advise don't buy this prodct. ... Read more

138. Audiovox VBP1000 Portable VCR with LCD Screen

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Asin: B00005BS9W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox Communications
Sales Rank: 29798
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The Audiovox VBP1000 portable VCR and 4-inch LCD TV--also known as the "Video in a Bag" system--is an ideal movie player for car trips, train rides, and long hotel stays. Featuring dual speakers mounted on each side and two headphone jacks in the front, the system can broadcast your favorite movies to the entire family or exclusively to the kids in the backseat. To ensure stability during viewing, the system offers a variety of installation options, including to the area between the driver and passenger seats or to the backseat via a seatbelt. The VBP1000 is also equipped with front A/V jacks for connection to a video game system or camcorder.

Though small, the VCR/TV includes a number of essential features for movie playback, including pause, fast-forward, and rewind; volume and brightness controls; and an onscreen text display. The unit comes with a heavy-duty canvas bag, which includes a useful handle and shoulder strap for easier transport. The VBP1000 comes with all mounting straps, adapters, and cables, and runs on either AC/DC power or a 12-volt car cigarette lighter. ... Read more


  • Portable VCR and flip-up 4-inch LCD screen; 10.82 x 13.58 x 4.92 inches (W x H x D)
  • Front A/V jacks for connecting to video game system or camcorder
  • Dual side speakers plus 2 headphone jacks for private listening
  • Runs on AC/DC power or 12-volt car cigarette lighter
  • Includes all mounting straps, adapters, and cables, plus canvas carrying bag

139. AT&T 210 Trimline Corded Phone (White)
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B000050FZP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Advanced American Telephones
Sales Rank: 1573
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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A popular and affordable telephone, the 210 from AT&T is designed for those who don't want hassles or frills, just a basic phone that's reliable and easy to use. Simple corded operation means you never have worry about misplacing a cordless handset, and the phone's sturdy construction means it's designed to last.

You can place the base on a convenient surface or easily mount it on the wall, saving on counter space. A 12-number memory dial feature lets you store your most frequently called numbers (up to 21 digits)--nine speed dials plus three emergency one-touch dials that are easy to program. A directory card is provided to help you keep track of all your memory dial settings. A redial feature lets you quickly call the last outgoing number (up to 32 digits).

Three ringer settings (off, low, and high) and three handset volume levels permit customization. Switchable tone and pulse dialing methods are also provided. The illuminated keypad helps you operate the phone even in darkly lit areas, while a prog/mute button on the handset lets you hear the other party while muting your side of the conversation. An excellent value, the 210 also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Telephone handset, telephone base, 7 foot line cord, coiled handset cord, user's manual, warranty information ... Read more


  • Backlit keypad
  • Receiver volume control
  • 32-digit redial
  • 12 memory-dialing presets, up to 21 digits
  • Handset volume control

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for what it is
I'm amazed by the number of people these days who own nothing but cordless phones. Now, I like cordless phones; they're an indispensable part of modern life. But, unlike a simple phone like this Trimline, most cordless phones don't work when the electricity goes out. This phone requires no battery or AC power, and has a lighted keypad, and a ringer on/off switch--all of which make it a nice bedroom phone for emergencies. The sound quality is good, and the volume is adjustable.

5-0 out of 5 stars MISTAKE
The design of this corded telephone is very comterble to talk into. The easy-to-read green backlit oval kepad makes it easy to dial at night without having to reach up with one arm to turn on the light. The handset and ringer volume controls makes it easy to turn the volume up or down to make the ring louder or softer and makes it easy to make it to a comterble listening level. The only mistake at&t made was when I press the fire button, it calls 911. It says on the box: "# ONE BEST-SELLING PHONE OF ALL TIME" I can tell why. It has all the features that you can get all in one telephone. I LOVE THIS PHONE!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars GOOD PHONE


5-0 out of 5 stars The most perfect corded telephone is now discontinued
Imitated poorly by Conair and Bell South, among others, the classic AT&T 210 Trimline is the follow-on to the original pre-divestiture Trimline telephones. Once available in white, bisque/ivory, a greenish color, and black, it's now discontinued. Every few years the manufacturer of the 210 changes. My first 210s are made by Philips. The newer ones are manufactured by some company in China called "Advanced American Telephones." The quality is the same. I have attempted to use the Conair and Bell South knock-offs and none of them have the solid feel and sound quality of the AT&T models. When we used to live nearby a radio transmitter only the 210 Trimlines could filter out the interference.

Notable features include a weighted base and the current models being sold have a handy cord winder in the base to shorten a long modular line. The handset cord is the AT&T Tuffcord style so it does not kink, sag, and by some magical technology does not get dirty like the cheaper knock-offs. Features that nobody needs on a phone like this include memory redial and wall mounting.

Sadly this product has been discontinued. I have always wanted a red "hotline" colored 210 but they don't exist exept in the form of the old rotary-dial and transformer-powered touch-tone Trimlines installed by Bell before divestiture.

4-0 out of 5 stars Extremely comfortable phone!
I bought this phone because it didn't take up much space. Of course, I bought a black one, not a white one.

The design of the phone is very comfortable to talk into, and makes long conversations to be less painful.

The only problem I did have, however, was the ability to set memory numbers is very difficult. You actually dial the number when connected to a phone line, and if you don't hang up quick enough, you will dial the number. So I highly recommend you don't set this up in the middle of the night, which was the mistake I made. :) ... Read more

140. Targus TSB212 Sport Standard Backpack - Platinum/Black
list price: $59.99
our price: $52.99
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Asin: B00005T3H5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Targus
Sales Rank: 10885
Average Customer Review: 4.07 out of 5 stars
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  • Padded Computer Compartments for Notebook Protection
  • Comfortable Padded Shoulder Straps
  • Multiple Compartments for Your Files and Accessories
  • Heavy-Duty Fabrics with Nylon Webbing Reinforcement
  • Dimensions: external 17.75" x 7.25" x 21.63"; computer compartment 11.5" x 2" x 15"

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3-0 out of 5 stars One Solid Unit
If you need protection for your notebook, and room to carry a variety of other items, this might well be your bag. This Targus unit has a dedicated sleeve area for a notebook, and has a rather unique zipper up the middle and flap that buckles, ensuring that everything stays steady.

However, please consider:

- this is a solid, boulder of a unit. This baby felt heavy when empty. If you load it up, as I do, you'll feel like you're going off to war.

- the small, side pouches sit out too far for my taste. I'd like to be able to walk down a plane aisle with this on my back, but each time I've snagged those little sidecars on the seats as I'm walking by.

- The pocket inside the foldover flap is a great hold-all, but if you attempt to open the pocket while the flap is inverted you risk dumping pens, coins, etc. everywhere.

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable, Roomy, Stylish
This is by far the best notebook backpack I found. My laptop is a 15.5" and its hard to to find a backpack that wasnt HUGE. This doesnt look huge but it has so much room inside it and plenty of space for books, disc, power cords, a mouse, etc. I also think its well made and has enough padding to protect your laptop. The zippers are great!!! Really smooth and it never feels like its sticking. Its also a lot easier on your back than one of the messenger style notebook cases! It also comes with a lifetime warrenty if you fill out the card and mail it back (at least mine was inside the bag).

5-0 out of 5 stars One helluva bag
I absolutely love this bag..I use it for my Wide Screen 15.4" Dell Inspiron 8600, which absolutely doesnt fit in any other backpack in the market. This one's a real stud. Though a bit heavy, its one solid unit, and protects the laptop well, with tons of room for your other stuff. I intend to use it mainly for Air travel, and bought it after a lot of research in Circuit city and other stores.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best backpack for a laptop EVER!!
I've never seen anything that kept my laptop so safe from damage and/or water. If you want something hip AND protects your notebook computer, buy this Targus backpack!

5-0 out of 5 stars This thing does it all.
I needed a good way to carry my laptop onto planes and around the E3 show in Los Angeles, CA. So I purchased this backpack. It is everything I had hoped for in a laptop backpack. This thing holds my 15 inch Sager 5690 perfectly and the protection is top notch. The bag has room for pretty much any and all business related items you would think to bring. It has great construction, roomy compartments, and the overall TARGUS quality you'd expect! I recommend this to anyone except people who have laptops with bigger screens. I hear some 17's fit in here, I just don't know which ones. ... Read more

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