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141. PanasonicRQ-L31 Mini Cassette
$199.00 list($199.99)
142. PalmOne i705 Wireless Handheld
$379.99 list($249.99)
143. Kodak EasyShare CX4230 2MP Digital
$79.99 list($179.99)
144. Sony MZ-S1 S2 Sports Net MD MiniDisc
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145. HP PhotoSmart 7350 Inkjet Printer
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141. PanasonicRQ-L31 Mini Cassette Recorder
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000659TX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 2730
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Mini Cassette Recorder
  • Slide Microphone
  • 3X recording Time
  • Voice Actvated System
  • Cue and Review Control

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars average
This recorder uses regular cassettes, not mini cassettes. I bought it so I could tape solos and learn them on the sax but the built-in microphone doesn't record music too well. It's probably better-suited for taping lectures, meetings, voice, etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not Standard Cassette!!!
If you look at the picture in close up, it says MINI CASSETTE RECORDER RQ-L31. I dont actually have it, but from the other reviews and its features, id give it a 5

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice
Very nice item. I bought others in the same price range and they do not come near the quality of this recorder. Very clear. Perfect price for the options and the quality. The site says there is no headphone jack but this model DOES have the headphone jack on it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Momma student
I bought this to tape classes. It's a nifty little machine for this task. It uses regular size cassettes that I can listen to in the van to get the most out of my lectures.Easy to use.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy!
I bought this recorder for school and due to its 3X recording, you can use a 90 minute tape for 270 minutes. For me, this means that I can use one tape each week for the classes I like to record. I recommend not using the Voice Activated Recording. It tends to make playback sound strange in the place where the tape stops itself and then restarts. If you use the 1X recording, you can listen to the tapes in your car or in any standard cassette recorder. Also, the tapes are cheaper than mini or micro cassette tapes. ... Read more


142. PalmOne i705 Wireless Handheld
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00005V63T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 5393
Average Customer Review: 3.45 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get a complete communication, organization, and productivity package with the Palm i705 handheld. Send and automatically receive your business and personal e-mail with end-to-end security via the wireless connection (Palm.Net service required). Easily view, edit, and create Word- and Excel-compatible files, and view and share PowerPoint files. And keep your busy life in check with Palm's classic, intuitive organization applications.

The Palm i705 handheld features a built-in antenna--that doesn't need to be raised--with always-on network support within coverage area. Choose how you will be instantly notified of incoming e-mail messages--even if the handheld is turned off--with Palm's customized instant notification. View Web sites using the MyPalm portal and send and receive instant messages with AOL's Instant Messenger.

Get more options than ever with Palm's built-in dual expansion. Back up your data and add additional memory and applications with the Palm expansion card slot, which supports the postage stamp-size MultiMediaCard (MMC) and Secure Digital (SD) expansion cards. Add hardware peripheral, such as a keyboard, GPS device, or cradle, with the Palm universal connector located at the base of the handheld.

Synchronize your Palm i705 data with your PC via a fast USB connection. The Palm i705 is compatible with Windows PCs running Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP and Apple Macintoshes running OS 8.6 to 9.x. It is also compatible with Windows PCs running Windows 95 and NT 4.0, but you will need the optional serial HotSync cradle to connect to the PC. Use the included Palm Desktop software or Microsoft Outlook with the included Chapura connection software.

The Palm i705 features 8 MB RAM and 4 MB ROM, a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery (charged via the included USB HotSync cradle), a fast Motorola Dragonball VZ 33 processor, and Palm OS v4.1. It has a 160 x 160 transreflective monochrome LCD with backlight and an infrared (IR) port for beaming data to other Palm OS handheld users. Preloaded applications include Address Book, Date Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, Note Pad, MultiMail Deluxe, AvantGo, Palm Reader, MGI PhotoSuite, and DataViz Documents to Go.

Wireless e-mail and Internet access requires a Palm.Net wireless service account, sold separately. Service not available in all areas. See details on coverage areas and pricing.

What's in the box

  • Palm i705 handheld
  • USB HotSync cradle with built-in battery charger
  • Getting started manual
  • CD-ROM with Palm Desktop software and bonus software
  • Complete documentation
  • Protective flip cover
... Read more

Features

  • Integrated wireless connectivity in a slim package
  • Send and receive corporate and personal e-mail and get access to the Web without an external modem
  • Stay in touch with AOL Instant Messenger
  • 8 MB memory stores thousands of contacts, appointments, to-do items, and notes
  • Built-in Secure Digital expansion card slot

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars As Good as Wireless Gets....For Now
As a blackberry user for over a year and a half and a hard-core Palm junkie, I was eager to have a shot at carrying an all-in-one device rather than two devices which don't talk to each other. Plus, for the same price, the Palm.net service offers more (web clipping and web browsing without usage quota) than just always-on email.

I have been very pleased with the device itself in the month plus I've used it. It has the merely adequate grayscale palm display we're all used to by now, but rewards you with phenomenal battery life (20 minutes on the cradle a day keep it charged, even with wireless usage) and an eminently light and pocketable form factor. It is really quite amazing what they fit into such a slim little package, with an SD/MMC slot to boot!

If you haven't used a wireless device like a blackberry, you really don't know what you're missing. Instead of having to take time out of your routine to check your email a dozen times to see if an important message came through, you just go about your business until you either get beeped, buzzed, or flashed (your choice of nothing or any combo of the three). During a heated game of scrabble, just fire up the 705 with the Merriam Webster PQA (a sort of web shortcut to their site which avoids slow graphics/ads....see palm.com for details) and use their dictionary, which is far larger than what will fit on any PDA, to solve the dispute. Wondering what the population of Brazil is? Go to brittanica.com with their PQA and have the answer in 30 seconds. It makes firing a computer up seem like a waste of time.

The main shortcomings of the device center around the screen, but the battery life vs. full-time sidelit screen (like the Clie 760c) debate has been beaten to death. But the bottom line is that until the battery and screen technology progresses further (the organic LEDs, perhaps?), you're not going to have a wireless PDA and a dynamite screen in this kind of form factor. And I really don't think that I could go back to a Clie after getting used to full-time wireless access.

The other issue is that of the network the device uses. While the Mobitex network doesn't set any speed records, it is a) fairly responsive, b) rock-solid reliable (Sept. 11 didn't cause so much of a hiccough in the NYC area network), c) has better coverage than GPRS or 3G will have for quite a while to come. And since Voicestream's throughput-based data fees are not attractive (what's the fun of a wireless toy if you've got to watch the clock?) to the average user, Mobitex wins in my mind.

3-0 out of 5 stars Excellent piece of engineering, so so service, though
This is a great PDA! Elegant design, fast, practical, the best among all models before Tungsten. The best value for your money, as well. I used to have a Palm VIIx, another great PDA, but I decided to switch to this model mostly because of the, supposedly better, wireless capabilities (internet access, even Google!), AOL instant messenger, e-mail, etc., the amazing Documents To Go program, and also for the fabulous expansion card with the Merriam-Webster dictionary! I have only two (major) complaints: the wireless service is TOO expensive and the MultiMail 1.2 e-mail program takes longer than with the Palm VIIx, let alone it gobbles very quickly your monthly allotment of 100K. In less than a month, just using e-mail, it has already used up 163K! And to think that with my Palm VIIx, I barely used 40K each month... If the wireless service were less expensive and more efficient (there is a number of error messages each time) this Palm would be, hands down, the best of all. I will continue to enjoy my Palm i705 minus the wireless capabilities. I don't want to talk about the old fashioned, low-resolution screen, practically the same that came with the original Palm Pilot. The Casio Clié, if not for the lack of wireless functions, beats easily this model. And this is said by a seasoned Palm fan.

2-0 out of 5 stars shoddy
I suppose this might be a cool device if it actually functioned properly. Almost from the second I unwrapped it there were problems - it freezes every other day. I don't know how much data I've lost cumulatively. I don't even want a replacement, I want a different model. I'll even take a "lesser" model. If Palm support fails me (which I hear is likely) I'm going back to handspring.

5-0 out of 5 stars WHAT'S A LAPTOP?
As a New York Criminal and Divorce attorney, I swear the 1-705 is
guilty of being the best friend you can have out there in the field. The ability to read Excel & Word docs is a godsend, and between the power to remote access the internet, and the freebie downloads available for a palm, who needs a laptop? This beauty and a cell phone, and you've got all the equipment you need to be a successful road warrior. You are hereby summoned to appear with your i-705 and run your business on the run.

1-0 out of 5 stars Inferior
I received the i705 for Christmas. I have had nothing but trouble with the product. The Infrared radio didn't work. I tried for several weeks! The absolute worst part , however, was Palm's customer service. If you think they are out there to help you, you are wrong. They agreed (after several phone calls), to replace the unit. This was a new unit that they finally agreed to replace. After reading the fine print, I realized they were going to send me a reconditioned unit, and by now, there are better products on the market. Curiously enough, the unit still hasn't arrived. Additionally, you need to sign up for their service, which is pricey. If I have to have a reconditoned unit, I may as well have the top of the line reconditioned PDA. The price on this unit has come down considerably, I guess there is a reason. Oh, and the customer service department may be suffering from post Christmas stress, as they were a bit touchy, to say the least. ... Read more


143. Kodak EasyShare CX4230 2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B000066TOT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1677
Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Kodak CX4230 EasyShare digital camera was designed for people who love to share great-looking pictures simply. With superb color and exposure capabilities and a premium-quality lens, you'll always have crisp, sharp, colorful pictures. The on-camera Share button, and software with one-touch photo printing and organizing, means that prints and e-mails are only one step away.

The 2-megapixel CX4230 is rich with features that deliver quality pictures you'll want to share. The Kodak Retinar all-glass lens with 6x zoom gives crisp, clean close-ups. Auto white balance and exposure with matrix metering means even poorly lit pictures look great. And Kodak color science provides impeccable color prints up to 8 by 10 inches.

The Share button enables you to tag pictures right on the camera so when you dock the CX4230, they're automatically ready to print or e-mail. Select the camera's Print button and you're just one step from easy photo prints. And for e-mailing your pictures, you can store up to 32 addresses in the camera.

When it's time to transfer your pictures to your computer, connect the included USB cable to your computer, or do it with just one touch using the optional Kodak EasyShare camera dock.

The CX4230 features an internal 16 MB memory, as well as a slot for optional MultiMedia (MMC) and Secure Digital (SD) cards. It's powered by a CR-V3 lithium battery (included) or optional NiMH rechargeable batteries that are charged by the optional EasyShare dock. It comes with EasyShare software for both Windows (98, 2000, Me, or XP) and Mac (OS 8.6 or higher), USB and video-out cables, and wrist strap. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for sharp prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • 3x optical plus 2x digital (6x total) autofocus zoom lens
  • Internal 16 MB memory holds approximately 20 images at default settings; MMC/SD slot for additional capacity
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port or optional dock
  • Uses 1 CR-V3 lithium battery, 2 AA batteries, or rechargeable battery pack (when used with optional dock)

Reviews (49)

4-0 out of 5 stars A great camera for the price
.... I've never used the Kodak software, I use a memory card reader, it's faster and doesn't use the camera batteries or rely on an expensive camera dock to transfer images to the PC. I certainly wouldn't have bought it without reading what type of memory card is uses, which ARE, ...., available from many 3rd party manufacturers and they're only moderately more expensive than other types of cards. All non-SLR digital cameras have a delay in between pressing the shutter button and the taking of the picture, the delay of this camera is no better or worse (around 1 second) than any other.
The few drawbacks/complaints I have about the camera are;
Flimsy doors, especially the door over the memory card slot, it
feels as if it could be easily broken if special care is not taken
when removing or reinserting the memory card.
Plastic camera body, while my AE-1 has been flung off cliffs
and sunk in rapids I fear that a drop from almost any height
would cause significant damage to this camera.
Poor placement of the 'camera ready/camera status' light. It's
right next to the optical viewfinder and can interfere with taking
pictures in low light situations because of it's brightness.
Slow shutter speed of 1/8th sec. isn't very slow. A full second
would have been a nice addition.

All in all this is a great camera for the price, it takes good
pictures, comes with decent features and is almost completely
idiot proof. It's not a professional camera but great for someone
who's interest in getting started with digital photography and
small enough to take with you anytime (I don't leave the house
without mine.)

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS CAMERA
I bought this camera during 2002 Black Friday Sale. After one year of regular use (no more than 20 times of use), it stopped to power on. I tried different rechargable battery (including Kodak recommended) and even recharges, but still no good. It has one year warranty, but it stopped working right after one year.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great pictures, but slow shutter and poor batteries
This is a really tough little camera and is great for vacation pictures. I just throw it in my bag and go--I've even dropped it a few times with no loss of function. I have blown up many of my photos to 8x10 and they still look great--even with some of the images cropped.

However, there are some down sides. It sucks up batteries like they're going out of style. I had no luck with the lithium batteries that came with it and now use (ick) lots of disposables. Also, the shutter speed is slow. This problem can be lessened somewhat by holding down the button halfway while framing the shot, then pushing down all the way to take a picture.

5-0 out of 5 stars what more could you expect for $98?
I am writing this review mainly to counter some rather sour reviews about the Kodak CX4230, the Easyshare software, and the camera docking station.
First of all, the camera will take good quality images, and I would expect no less from a Kodak. Unless you are a making posters or shooting in the dark, you will not be disappointed. But then again, you shouldn't have bought a 2 mp, $98 camera if that's what you intended on doing. Anyway, I always use the "best" setting, and the files produced are like 780kb. There is good warmth of color and clarity in the pictures. It has a 3x optical zoom, which is fun to play with. The camera is very easy to use, the controls quite simple. I was taking pictures in just a few minutes. You will immediately notice the shutter lag, which can take a while to get used to, but it certainly isn't unacceptable compared to other similiar cameras.

The camera comes with a CRV3 battery, and you can take a lot of pictures with it. I would recommend using a CRV3 if you're going on a trip or as a back-up. The directions say that Kodak doesn't recommend the use of alkaline batteries, but in fact the camera won't work with alkaline batteries. It will work with Ni-Mh rechargeables which are a good way to go if you decide against the docking station. I haven't encountered any problems with the docking station or the kodak rechargeable battery pack, but i haven't had the dock for too long. The kodak batteries must be used with the dock charger and yes, they are uncharged when you get them. As with all rechargeables they will require a few cycles to accept a full charge. I have been pleased with the dock because it is just easier to set the camera in and go. For $49 you get the dock and a kodak battery set which goes for $9-$11, so it's not a bad deal. However, it is by no means a necessity.

The Kodak Easyshare software loaded effortlessly on our XP OS and I can't really see anything wrong with it. My daughter prefers to use Easyshare to edit photos rather than Picture It, but that's probably just because that's what she's used to using. Btw, the red eye edit feature works well on our images.

To sum up: the Easyshare software is easy enough for children to use, the docking station simplifies the task of hooking up and transferring images from the camera to the computer and recharges your batteries at the same time, and even I can take good pictures with this camera. So what more were you expecting for $98 ?

3-0 out of 5 stars Shutter Lag is Very Annoying
Like an earlier reviewer, I feel that the shutter lag on the 4230 is very slow. I have an earlier model Kodak digital camera (3400) and couldn't be happier with it. It is very responsive and the prints are incredible. When I saw the 4230 used two fewer batteries and had a smaller form factor, I thought it would make the perfect present for my wife. Unfortunately when trying to take pictures of our kids, the delay between pushing the button and the actual capture often leave us with less than optimal results. The camera is a nice camera and the other functions work well. Perhaps I was just spoiled by their earlier model. ... Read more


144. Sony MZ-S1 S2 Sports Net MD MiniDisc Player
list price: $179.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000667AP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 2224
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.co.uk Review

Combining the power and versatility of a minidisc Walkman with a body shell that is both reflective and robust, Sony has created a minidisc (MD) player/recorder aimed at the active sports market.

The MZ-S1 Net MiniDisc Walkman is a larger, chunkier, and heavier MD player than most, because it's a rugged sports model. It comes complete with a large latch that clips securely over the rubber-sealed disc slot, rubber covers for all the ports and socket, and a tough, wipe-clean case that won't scratch. The earbud headphones are light and unobtrusive, too, but the strap only prevents you from dropping it rather than letting you carry it easily.

You can run, jog, and shake or drop the case without interrupting the music, and all the controls are on the side, falling naturally under your thumb when you hold the player one-handed. Play, stop, fast forward, rewind, and volume are all combined in one five-way control; only pause is separate. Although the edges are a little sharp for comfort, the control makes it easy to get the track you want without looking at the player, and it's almost impossible to change the volume by accident; if you do there's an automatic volume control to stop it from getting too loud too suddenly.

You do need to look at the player to record or edit track names, but as you can only record from an external source like a CD player you're not likely to be on the move at the time. There's an optical cable in the box for digital connections but you'll need a second cable for analog sources. Alternatively, you can plug the USB cable into your PC and transfer tracks you have stored as MP3 or WMA files. You get the same choice of single-, double-, or quadruple-length recording, which puts over five hours of music on one minidisc, and you get about 50 hours play time from a single AA battery. The OpenMG JukeBox software is a little complicated because you have to check tracks in and out of your library to transfer them, but you can create multiple playlists and convert CD tracks directly. You can't transfer tracks from minidisc to MP3, though.

You're paying a slight premium for the rugged, go-anywhere portability of the Net MiniDisc Walkman, but the controls are simple and the sound quality is excellent. --Mary Branscombe, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more

Features

  • Record MP3s or CDs at up to 32x from multiple sources (PC, CD, radio, and more)
  • Plays back in ATRAC3, supports MP3, WMA, and WAV formats
  • Easy one-hand joystick navigation; bright backlit LCD display
  • Up to 54 hours' playback on one AA battery (in LP4 mode)
  • Water-resistant design with reflective casing; includes music management software, reflective hand strap

Reviews (65)

5-0 out of 5 stars Its about time............
Ive always been a real fan of the minidisc design. The size and ruggedness of the media made it ideal for a person on the go. Up til now the players havent followed suit. The models offered were quite fragile in contrast to the minidisc inside. After endless dings and dents to my Aiwa am-f70 I finally found a player that im not afraid to drop on cement while running. If you have ever owned or even used a sports walkman from sony then you should know what to expect from this model.
Beyond the design, the ability to record from your computer via a USB port gives Minidisc users a something to cheer about. Although the software is a bit clunky and confusing for those who arent highly computer literate, I expect with some use most anyone can master the art of making a recording from Mp3 files.
Although I do like this model quite a bit I do have something to gripe about- NO RECHARGEABLE BATTERY. Big mistake in my opinion.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Player
This is my second Mini-Disc player. The first was by JVC and came with part of a rack system. The one by JVC lasted for 9 months until it took one too many falls.

My thoughts on this player, the Sony MZ-S1 Sport Net MD

The Good:

Does not skip. I have run, hiked and worked out on machine assisted equipment while using it. When running I have to hold it in my hand. When hiking or working out with machine equipment I hang it around my neck. I added a lanyard to the small, but very strong, strap that came with the player and this works very well. The player uses a single AA battery. I use the player constantly when I travel, 6-7 days a month and one battery normally last for my whole travel time when I play it for 4-5 hours a day while traveling. I have never used more than two batteries in one month. Very durable for being dropped 7 times.

The Not So Good: A little heavy for being water proof. I have not tested the water proofing claim yet. Sony makes a non-water proof model that does the same things but is $60-$80 dollars cheaper and weighs half a much.

The Bad: Head phones that came with them were not good. Used my old Sony head phones that goes behind the neck and clip on the ears. The software that comes with the player not very user friendly but gets the job done. Do not expect to just plug the player into your computers USB port and download music. You must load the software first. Windows XP will recognize the player as an external hard drive but will not transfer anything to it. It took me 30 minutes of reading and configuring to get my music to start transferring. It took about 30 minutes more to transfer and record an entire Mini-Disc worth of music in LDP mode (5 hours). The software first converts the MP3/WAV files then transfers them to the player. My computer is a HP Pentium 4, 2.53 GHZ, 512MB Ram, Windows XP Home Edition.

If I had to make the purchase again I would get the non-water proof model. Does the same thing, cost $60-$80 dollars less and weighs half as much.

I hope this review helps someone with a future purchas. This was my first long review.

5-0 out of 5 stars best player I have owned
I have had recorders that used different mediam incluing Dat DCC flash media and hard drive based .and this one not only is heads above the rest in ease of use but it is built like a tank and very long play times I have used one double a for almost 60 hours .buy one while you can the japanese people are a techno society and the have adopted it as a format for years and now I am convinced

1-0 out of 5 stars Yeah, OK so it's a S O N Y...
...sure it's all sony. And with that in mind I bought it. I have several high-end sony electronic products like a 10 year old 30' tv that still puts the make on high definition (Having recently seen the difference I'll keep my set.). But this particular purchase has invited a vocabulary that I have not used since the navy. After four different install runs with the enclosed software I called Dell since I bought software support and wanted a warm body asap. Several run throughs later and same result "No workie!" OK so then I called Sony's 24hr customer service on the product. After a serious voice menu tour I got a warm body and with that another nine (9) transfers then cut off. There sits the MZ-SI in a beautiful pile of wires, manuals, quick ref. guides and a plastic package. Back to the store it went. I have never been so frustrated and disappointed in a Sony product before. If your looking for 'Out of the box' operation buy something else. This requires a software update (Mailed to you by Sony.) along with a degree in computer science to install and operate. Didn't do it for me this time. Definatly a challange if that is what your up for. Silicon Valley...

5-0 out of 5 stars Better Than I Hoped For
I wanted a unit that I could use working out, but I didn't want to buy more expensive memory for my mp3 player. This new Minidisc has wonderful sound and is very well made. The nice thing about is it is fairly small and is perfect for the outdoors. You don't have to worry about it. Thanks for everybodies reviews, I wouldn't have wanted to miss out on this player. It is made me a big fan of Minidisc ... Read more


145. HP PhotoSmart 7350 Inkjet Printer
list price: $219.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006HZ05
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10002
Average Customer Review: 3.42 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Enjoy true-to-life photo quality with the HP PhotoSmart 7350 color inkjet printer. Get up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi when using premium photo papers and 1,200 x 1,200 input dpi from a computer, or print directly from digital camera memory cards. From either source, you'll see beautiful photos, thanks to HP's six-ink color system and PhotoRet IV resolution enhancement and color layering technologies.

Print 10 pages per minute in black, 11 pages per minute in color. Print fast, laser-quality black text at 17 ppm with an optional HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge. Print directly from your digital camera memory cards using convenient card slots--without using a computer. Or, simply connect your HP digital camera with direct-printing capability to the front USB port, then print your photos (also without using a computer).

Should you want to, you can easily save photos to your PC and print borderless photos using the 4-by-6-inch photo paper tray and HP premium plus photo paper. Photos from the 7350 resist fading twice as long as most traditionally processed photos, up to 65 years (requires premium photo plus paper and six-ink color printing with the included HP 58 photo inkjet print cartridge).

Other features include a save-to-PC button, HP Memories disc-creator software, auto paper-type sensing, an ink backup printing mode (which completes the print job if the cartridge runs out), a convenient 20-sheet 4-by-6-inch photo tray, and a 100-sheet, 8.5-by-11-inch paper tray. An optional two-sided printing accessory (C8955A#A2L) is supported.

What's in the Box
HP PhotoSmart 7350 printer, power cord, HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge 17 ml (C6657AN), HP 58 photo inkjet print cartridge 17 ml (C6658AN), Basics Guide, HP PhotoSmart setup placemat, software installation sheet, HP photo paper starter pack, Windows and Macintosh drivers on CD-ROM, HP photo and imaging software (including HP memories disc creator software for Windows) ... Read more

Features

  • Up to 10 ppm black, 11 ppm color; 17 ppm black with optional cartridge
  • Up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi black resolution, 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi photos
  • Accepts CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, and Memory Stick
  • 6-ink color system; optional 2-sided printing
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (45)

5-0 out of 5 stars Quiet, easy to use - and the photos look fantastic!
There is so much to recommend about the HP 7350. Printing is extremely quiet and professional in appearance. You have the option of either hooking it up to your PC or Mac (USB cable must be purchased separately) or operating it as an independent unit by simply inserting your smart card into the slot on the front. If you want to print 4x6's, there is a separate tray/slot for this size of paper. The controls have a nice feel, and the screen displaying the options is angled up slightly, making it easy to read for most people. You can print out an "index" or proof sheet of the photos on your card for preview.

The unit comes with 57(color) and 58(photo) cartridges that are about 1/3 full. If you want to use this as a regular ink jet as well, you'll have to buy a #56 black ink cartridge. It also comes with a few sheets of glossy photo paper to get you started.

The photos that come out of this printer look as though they were professional printed, with high resolution (of course, the resolution of your digital camera has a lot to do with this) and a clean look. The printing itself is rather slow, especially if you are used to a laser printer as I am, but the results are well worth it.

I highly recommend this printer to anyone with a digital camera. You won't regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent photo printer
I struggled with choosing between Epson and HP. So many great write-ups about the Epson photo printers, but time and time again when I saw what the HP printers produced in the stores it amazed me. So after being an Epson fan for so many years, I decided to make MY own comparison. I took a CF memory card with pictures saved on it to the local store. I looked only for printers that had slots for various memory cards, which I found (1 Epson and 2 HPs). So I proceeded to take a few 4x6 papers and test print on each of the printers, with NO modifications to the saved image. The results were dramatically different. Both the HP 7350 and 7550 came out ahead of the Epson. The HP was very easy to use and fairly straightforward. It took me several attempts to get the Epson to work. In the end, the HP won in side-by-side comparison. I've been using my HP 7350 for a couple of weeks now and am extremely pleased with the quality and ease of use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't be better
Wow, it seems the reviews on this machine range a lot. Well I can only say good things about this printer. First of all, I am an Epson person, I never use any printers outside of Epson, but Im tired of my Epsons always breaking down, and promising what they dont deliver. I was very impressed with the small things, like the individual holding tray for 4x6 glossy paper, plus the fact that it is a reader for 4 different types of portable media, including MMC, SmartMedia, and Compact Flash. It has a very easy to use and yet effective built in control panel so one can print pictures right off their cameras, bypassing the PC all together. I couldn't give this printer a better rating. And I never thought an inkjet printer can have such *superior* printing abilty. If i didnt do it myself, i would swear that those pictures i took off my cheap digital camera were made strait from the photo shop, and imagine what this thing can do with a high megapixel digital camera. Only shame is I cannot find any non-HP manufactured inks for this printer, gotta get em' from HP. I am using a 850 mhz machine w/ windows 2000 pro and I have never seen such a good printer, plus I have to admit, it has a nice look and feel to it. GET THIS PRINTER!

3-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money )$148.00
The problem I have is the faces being rather fuzzy. Have tried everything to correct it , have not figured out how or if it can be done.
Its very easy to use, if only I could get clearer pictures!

3-0 out of 5 stars 7350 Highs and Lows
We bought the HP 7350 Photosmart Printer at Christmas. It looks great and is, mercifully, quiet. It doesn't click and "whirr" like the other, cheaper printers we have. Front card slots make it a stand alone product, but you lose some control over the prints. Generally the Printer looks and feels professional.
We get fast prints on lower resolutions. Very fast. Occasional printing gives good, vibrant colours on affordable photos. Under Windows XP Professional, printing, and the software control options, have been generally reliable, though not cheap. We had problems with earlier Windows and USB versions. If the 7350 went offline, we couldn't get it back without a hard reset. It's all fine until you use it every day, and, a lot. Running costs are high. And now, it's started printing in pink. So it's OK for the occasional home user. Don't rely on any ink-jet printer for business. Running costs,and hassle, have consigned our 7350 to the kids' room. It just proves that pre-printed documents are better, cheaper, and more reliable than using ink-jets. Any time. Our 7350 is a smart, occasional, photo-printer, excellent for fast text prints. That's all. ... Read more


146. Linksys LNE100TX EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card
list price: $30.00
our price: $17.47
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Asin: B00003006R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 2494
Average Customer Review: 3.61 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Built to run with the fastest video, publishing, and database network applications, the EtherFast LAN Card is a high performance network adapter for 32-bit PCI local bus computers. Boasting a maximum data throughput of 132 Mbps, it includes a combo autodetecting 10BaseT/100Base-TX port, which means that you can begin using the EtherFast now--even if you don't plan on upgrading to a 100 Mbps network right away. ... Read more

Features

  • 32-bit professional-grade bus-mastering PCI LAN card
  • Runs with both 10BaseT and 100BaseTX networks
  • Wake-on-LAN compatible
  • N-Way technology automatically optimizes traffic speed
  • Windows 95 and 98 Plug-and-Play compatible

Reviews (96)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Card, Great Price, No Problems
Linksys is a leader in networking for good reason. I first got this card because of my new cable internet connection. Even if you are a novice computer user with no experience in computer hardware you can install this card youself! The directions are very good with step by step instructions that are easy to read for anyone. Once you have it installed the driver instructions are also easy to read and offer them for Any operating system you can think of. If you are running windows xp (or thinking of upgrading) you don't even need to install the drivers yourself because they are built into windowsxp and it will install itself making instulation that much easier! They also have a nice webpage that further explains troubleshooting if you get into a problem for some reason! Don't go pay some store 50-100 bucks to install a network card you can do it yourself in 20 mintues for nothing and Linksys makes it possible at a very good price!

Also, after having the card installed for over a year it has never gave me any problems whatsoever! I wish i could say that about some other hardware that i have purchased!

4-0 out of 5 stars It doesn't get any easier
I recently picked up two of these cards to hang two systems off of a cable modem. The installation couldn't have been easier. Just plug the card in and install the drivers. Windows (ME) had no problem recognizing the card on either machine. Once the cable modem was installed everything worked like a charm.

Two words of warning:
- The directions are very complete, but don't include specific directions for Windows ME. I doubt this would trip anybody up and the Windows 98 directions are certainly good enough.

- The drivers available on the Linksys website require you to know information that is only available on the card. If for some reason your box doesn't have a driver disk (one of mine didn't), make sure to download the correct driver set before installing the card.

4-0 out of 5 stars If you have Windows ME...read my review
I just installed this NIC card and I'm so far happy with it's performance. My only complaint about it is that it doesn't have any installing instructions for Windows ME in the box. You have to go to the Linksys website and click on the service&support menu-> user guides-> and then select LNE 100TX - EtherFast 10/100 LAN Card. Basically, when the new device window comes up all you have to do in click on advance and select A:\winme as the location of your drivers.

If you follow the Window 98 instructions you might be able to figure it out, but you'll most likely end up with a headache like me. Trust me, save yourself the grief and go to their website and print out the instructions on how to install on Windows ME. Besides, it will give you something to do while you wait for it to arrive.

Also if you have been using broadband with a USB connection, I suggest you by this product or some other NIC card. After installing this card my cable modem downloads from websites have been on the average faster then my USB connection. So if you don't have a NIC card or don't like the one you have then get this one. I my case it's been a cheap solution for faster performance.

5-0 out of 5 stars For the money, the best NIC on Amazon!
Installation was very simple and took less than 10 minutes, but most of that time involved removing and assembling the PC case. Windows ME automatically detected and installed the LNE100TX without any problems. Furthermore, I've tested this item under Linux (Fedora Core and Mandrake) and it performs just as smoothly as it does under Windows. Because my cable modem was previously connected to my PC via the USB port, I noticed a slight increase in the speed and quality of my broadband connection after I connected the modem to this card. If your computer does not have a NIC, this would be an ideal choice for the average desktop PC.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worthless... period
Easy installation.... I think not. I tried to install this card on my WinME machine... everything was going fine until it said it needed an extra file. I found it, it said it installed. I'm rebooting my comp, when it freezes on the Windows Logo. I cut the power after about 10 mins of sitting there, then reboot. The comp loads, I goto Device Manager, and see that my Linksys card has a fatal error, oh joy. I uninstall, then try reinstalling the drivers, I point the way to that extra file it says it needs. Again, my computer froze, in the middle of installing. To make a long story short... I had to revert my system back to before I had ever tried to install this. Be warned! ... Read more


147. Logitech ClickSmart 510 Dual-Mode Camera
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B00005TS6M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Logitech
Sales Rank: 11783
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take digital still photos and video with audio with this all-in-one imaging solution. Including an 8 MB memory card, built-in microphone, flash, and all the software you need to get started creating and editing your own videos and pictures, this would make a great present for anyone entering the world of digital photography.

You can take still photos up to 1,280 x 960 resolution with software scaling, or 640 x 480 true resolution. Video captured on the go can be sized at 320 x 240 at 15 frames per second, but when attached to your computer through a USB cable, you can capture video at 30 frames per second at 640 x 480 resolution.

QuickSync USB cable allows you to connect the ClickSmart 510 to your computer to transfer your pictures and videos or to use the ClickSmart 510 as a full-functioned Web camera. Make live video calls to your friends and family, and broadcast video straight from your computer to the World Wide Web.

The ClickSmart 510 comes with an impressive array of software for video and photo editing, including motion-detect software to automatically start recording video when your camera detects movement. A trial membership to SpotLife is also included for broadcasting video on the Web.

Additional accessories include a wrist strap for secure handling, four AAA batteries to get you started right away, an adjustable swivel base for stationary video recording, and an 8 MB SmartMedia removable memory card.

Logitech offers a two-year warranty on the ClickSmart 510 digital camera. ... Read more

Features

  • 320 x 240 video resolution and 1280 x 960 photo resolution
  • Built-in microphone
  • USB 1.1 interface
  • Includes a full suite of camera utility software
  • Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Me, and XP

Reviews (29)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not for everyone
If you don't have a digital camera, have no immediately plan to invest a big chunk of money into "real" digital camera, but you're looking to buy a webcam. If the descriptions fit you, then this handy little gizmo provides a perfect solution for all your imaging needs. As a webcam, it provides solid quality and idiot-proof usability of a traditional Logitech webcam. You just plug in the USB cable, install the software, and up you go (no extra power source is needed for the webcam feature). I tested mine with MSN Messenger and Yahoo Messenger, and it worked just fine with both programs. As a digital cam, all you have to do is yank out the USB cable, load 4 AAA batteries, and point-and-shoot. The bundled 8MB flash stores up to 121 1,280 x 960 or 640 x 480 still images, 184 320X240 images, or a number of video clips (the amount of video can be stored depends on resolution and the length of the clip). When you're finished, plug the USB cable back, with one push of the "Sync" button, everything on the flash are downloaded to your computer. It's that simple. No fuss at all. The stills produced by the camera are, by no means, professional. They are not even print-quality, for that matter. But the pictures are good enough for emails or webpages.

I hear people complaining that the camera does not have a LCD display, the resolution for stills is too low (1280x960 is achieved by software enhancement, native max. res. is only 640x480), no zooming, and things of that sort. But come on, you can't really expect a 100 dollar camera performs like a 500 digital camera. In short, this is a camera for those who need a decent webcam and also a simple point-and-shoot for occasional low-quality stills. For those who want a high quality, high-end digital camera, have 800 bucks ready and look elsewhere. For those who already have a high-end digital camera but need a webcam, also move on, there are much cheaper webcams that perform at par with ClickSmart 510. I hope this helps.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera for the money!
I just bought the Logitech ClickSmart 510 Digital Camera and I think it's great. It takes great pictures for the price. If you are a true photographer I would NOT reccomend this camera to you. This camera is simply good for a first digital camera or people looking to take pictures to email or post on a website. It also doubles as a webcam. It's quality from that stand point is pretty nice. It also stores up to 90 seconds of low res. video which is good for capturing the amusment park ride or a trip down the waterslide. The button on the front of the camera is great for uploading pictures in a snap. On the downside, the camera doesn't have a zoom feature or a picture preview but other than that I can say this is a great camera for the money, and I am very happy with my purchuse. :-D

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to Use, Good Value
This is the first camera I bought to use as a webcam. I bought it specifically to communicate with my family while deployed. But since it also can be used as a regular digital camera, although not the same quality, I got more than just a webcam. The pictures I took seem to be just great quality anyhow.

Without getting into technical stuff which I don't have time to understand, I'd say one the greatest strengths of this camera is it's ease of use. You could say it really is plug and play. I put in the batteries, inserted the disk and connected the cord. Then it loads up pretty easy. I got an account thru Yahoo Messenger and in no time I was able to see and talk to my wife and son. In fact the hardest part was talking to my wife about how to connect her camera.

The camera seems well designed. It feels solid, durable, not delicate. It uses regular AAA batteries, even comes with optional sound. That's useful if you ever wonder -- did the picture take? The stand that makes it a webcam is maneuverable and practical -- you can set it just how you want.

I think it is a good value, but you may find a better price elsewhere.

4-0 out of 5 stars Web Cam Only
I primarly baught this as a webcam, to chat with my friends and family, while living overseas. It has been fabulous as a webcam, and so far I'm pleased with the way it performs. I also baught one for my father,and he has been pleased with his as well. However, I've had issues with the media card that came with it. I only took one picture with mine (several with my fathers), and now it won't work. I went to the FAQ page for logitech and apparently it's a normal problem. They claim I have to have the card replaced. I'm not greatly bothered by this, as I was planning on getting a larger card anyway, but until I do, the fact that the camera is a dual mode means nothing. This is the reason I only give it four stars. However, my dad hasn't had any problems with his, so I'd recommend this camera to anyone. In fact, I already have.
Also,as a digital camera, don't expect anything spectacular. If you wan't a great digital picture, get a great digital camera. I baught this to give myself a clear picture when chatting online, not to get a great picture.

3-0 out of 5 stars Logitech ClickSmart 510
NEGATIVE:
- too big.
- the stand is hard to adjust and mine broke, so i cant adjust it at all. the camera is so heavy that it just leans down because the stand cant even keep it up anymore.
- when it's not connected to the computer, the flash sucks. it's too bright when you take a picture. everything is white.
- the settings and coloring aren't that good.

POSITIVE:
+ clear pictures
+ portable
... etc. ... Read more


148. Sony CDX-CA700X CD/FM/AM Car Stereo

Asin: B000063EJX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 13304
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Sony car stereo plays traditional CDs and receives FM/AM radio. One key option with this stereo is that you can upgrade to XM satellite radio. With both front and rear preamp outputs, seven equalizer controls and the Sony's Dynamic Soundstage Organizer, you're sure to find the right musical tone and balance for your automobile. You can name your thirty preset AM/FM stations. Other features include: detachable faceplate, random play, repeat, bass boost, remote and mono/stereo switch.

What's in the Box
Stereo, installation hardware and one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Upgradeable to XM satellite radio
  • Front/rear preamp outputs
  • 7 equalizer controls
  • AM/FM tuning w/ 30 programmable stations
  • Dynamic Soundstage Organizer

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars This stereo rocks
I just got through buying this stereo and I could not beleive my ears after I hooked it and my amp up to my speakers. I have had alot of pioneers, and kenwoods in the past but I do beleive that this stereo out performs them anyday.

The only problem that I have with it is how hard it is to get the face plate on and off, but that is no biggie for me. I did not like how it lit up like a christmas tree but then I found away todim the lights so that it is all good.

I highly reccomend this stereo system to anyone that loves music butdoes not want to spend all there money on the stereo.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great sound, Great value, Crazy lights
I was looking for an inexpensive CD Player for the company car that I drive, and bought this one on the recommendation of the dealer.

The car only has the standard front speakers, so it is a bit of overkill, given the power of this player, but even with the existing speakers it sounds fantastic.

The detachable flip down front panel is a feature that got full marks from my more electronically minded co-workers.

Attaching and detaching the panel requires practice, as it's not that easy to do, especially when you're in a hurry. It's so uncool to have to use both hands to do it, so I'll continue to work on that aspect.

The remote control feature was an added incentive to buy it, and it comes in handy, except when my son gets his hands on it and keeps repeating the same song over and over from the back seat. He's two years old, so that shows how simple it is to use the remote.

It picks up radio signals from miles away, and the increased choice of channels was an unexpected plus.

My major problem with it is the lights. This thing lights up like a Christmas tree, which at night can be distracting. I've heard that you can dim them, but haven't had the time to read the manual to find out how. Until then I just flip down the front panel so they don't show.

Definitely no regrets buying it

4-0 out of 5 stars Great stereo for the price!
I consider my self an audiophile, and I was looking for an inexpensive stereo for my wife's car. I researched a lot of stereo's and found the Sony (CDX-CA700X) to have the most bang for the buck. It has Lots of feathers and lots of power. The only drawback I found is that it is difficult to put in the face plate. I think you would be impressed with this low priced but impressive car stereo.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a very nice inexpensive CD (whatever it's called)!!!
I have a 1970 VW Bettle and this thing rock's!!! I got this deck for my birthday and I think it is the best b-day present ever!!! It is like 52W by 4 or something and it just looks so nice in my car (and im sure a lot of other cars). It has all the security features and stuff, and I installed
myself (Im 15 years old)!!! Its not too expensive and I definetly reccomend it to everyone!!! ... Read more


149. Garmin GPS AC Adapter
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005UK9S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 3806
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Features

  • Allows You to Connect your GPS Unit to AC Power
  • Plugs Into Any Standard U.S. Based AC Power Receptacle
  • Saves on Batteries
  • Works with GPS V, GPS II Plus, GPSMAP 60C and GPSMAP 60CS

150. Bose Acoustimass 5 Series III Speaker System (Black)
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B000069E1H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bose
Sales Rank: 11518
Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Experience enhanced sound from Bose's most affordable, next-generation Acoustimass stereo speakers. The Acoustimass 3 system delivers bass that's the deepest and fullest yet. Two single-cube speakers--smaller than ever before--are elegantly designed to fit virtually any decor. And the module easily hides away behind furniture or off in a corner, so all the lifelike sound seems to flow from the tiny cubes.

When you hear the Acoustimass 5 Series III speakers, you'll think you're listening to much larger speakers. Yet the spacious sound actually comes from two tiny cube speaker arrays and a hideaway Acoustimass bass module. The improved cube speakers offer enhanced performance, contemporary styling, and a smaller size than the Series II. And the improved module fills a room with even deeper, fuller bass. These Virtually Invisible speakers are the definitive answer to the question of how to combine spacious sound with space-saving design.

Though the Virtually Invisible speaker design may seem like a disappearing act, the performance is quite noticeable. Full, resonating bass and crystal-clear highs envelop a room in beautiful stereo sound. It's all the result of years of intense research and testing. The Acoustimass 5 speakers accomplish what no conventional speakers can claim: big, lifelike sound without big, bulky speakers. Now or in the future, Acoustimass stereo speakers can be turned into a home theater set by simply adding the compatible Bose VCS-10 center-channel speaker. For full five-speaker surround sound, add the VCS-30 center-surround speaker package. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes 4 surround-sound cube speakers and matching Acoustimass bass module
  • Next-generation direct/reflecting cube speaker arrays offer smaller size and better sound
  • Improved Acoustimass module generates deep, powerful bass
  • 40 percent smaller cube arrays blend into decor
  • Acoustimass module measures 19 x 14 x 7.5 inches (W x H x D) and cube arrays measure 3.1 x 6.2 x 4 inches (W x H x D)

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars NOt work now-only one speakers works
Bought from pawn store, and took home to watch star Wars clones movie

took three hourz for hook ups, but then we set up, and put to stereo reciever. Big reciever sony one. play star wars movie and very loud, sounded vary good. Wanted louder, so we put louder. movie very fun movie .cool speakers, very cool! we put reciever to full blast maximum power but then get too loud and could not find remote-i lost remote in dark -could not turn down volume and volume knob was brokens .then big bang! and then we gets loud static speaker was static and the rest gots broken buts one

very angry why did they break? pawn store man says you can play full blasts and wont breaks!!! i loved my speakers and then now they's gone. gone to garbage. only have one of the five workings-kept one. very angry. now movies sound bad, only one speaker left. cannot fix-

1-0 out of 5 stars Bose: The power of advertising.
Proof positive of the power of advertising, Bose has made a name (and money) for itself by designing mediocre quality audio equipment.
Unlike AKG or Sennheiser and other high-end manufacturers, Bose uses cheaper parts and less than average electrical engineering principals. These are highlighted especially in their speakers. Their principle of direct-reflection, while novel in 1969 is now incredibally antiquated and is far surpassed by high and mid-end manufacturers whose products outperform Bose. The company was so humiliated by Consumer Reports who compared Bose with other products that it sued (and lost).

Someone once said "There's a sucker born every minute". Now that's appropriate.

5-0 out of 5 stars wow and more wow
I connected the Bose Acoustimass 5 with an onkyo tx-8511 receiver and the sound is incrediable. It really fills my entire loft area with lifelike sound. Definately a great speaker!

3-0 out of 5 stars Average but not terrible
First, I bought these for the sound, not because I'm ultra-concerned about the aesthetics of my family room. In any event, I don't understand why other 3 piece systems sell for this or more and get away with it. The sound is decent, crystal clear, bass is not quite cut out for Ludacris but otherwise tight and controlled. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a solid deal. Paired with a low-distortion high-watt amp, these aren't the best speakers you've ever heard, but they will provide you with decent stereo sound...

5-0 out of 5 stars really good
amazingly clear and deep sound in an unobnoxious package! great system for home theater or music. ... Read more


151. Panasonic PVDC252 MiniDV Ultra Compact Digital Camcorder with 2.5" LCD, SD Slot & Digital Still Capability
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B000065AGA
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 5525
Average Customer Review: 4.91 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With an ultracompact design that weighs a little over a pound, the Panasonic PV-DC252 is a feature-filled camcorder that can easily be toted around on vacations and other special events. It features a large 2.5-inch LCD screen, a 10x optical zoom, remote control, and digital still capability with a SD memory slot.

Lens
With an optical zoom power of 10x, the DC252 also has a digital zoom, which works by electronically enhancing the optical image, and can magnify the picture up to 700 times. The digital image stabilization system keeps the picture steady and solid throughout zooms and camera shakes.

Digital Stills
You can store your digital stills directly onto tape or onto the included 8MB SD memory card using the camcorder's memory slot. The camcorder can be switched into a mode called progressive photo shoot, so that images captured will not have the jagged lines of interlaced video and will remain clear and undistorted. The digital stills are in JPEG format and have a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels, good enough for e-mail or posting on the Internet.

Inputs and Outputs
The DC252 comes with the standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also known as FireWire) for a super-fast, lossless connection to a PC or other DV machines. You can also connect to your PC via a USB connection. S-video and RCA connections are also provided for direct viewing on a television or VHS dubbing.

You can save video and still photography on removable Secure Digital (SD) cards. One 8 MB SD card is included with the PV-DC252.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV digital technology delivers clear, sharp video with up to 500 lines of horizontal resolution--far superior to the 240 lines of resolution offered by 8mm camcorders. You'll also get minimal color noise interference for a more stable picture.

Using Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) technology, Panasonic's MiniDV camcorders provide pristine sound. Choose from 12-bit or 16-bit audio recording modes.

  • 16-bit audio includes a set of stereo audio tracks to produce CD-quality sound.
  • 12-bit audio utilizes two sets of audio tracks so you can easily add background music or commentary into your videos while maintaining the existing soundtrack.

This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12th the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of two full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. ... Read more

Features

  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 10x optical, 700x digital, zoom with digital image stabilization
  • 2.5-inch color LCD; color EVF
  • Records digital stills up to a resolution of 640 x 480 onto included 8 MB SD card; also compatible with MultiMediaCards
  • Ultracompact size

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars compact size, easy to use, HIGHLY RECOMMENED
I don't know how they built this camera, it is so small! But at the same time, it is fully packed with nice features and records sharp picture and superb sound.

First Video, this camera delivers 500 lines of horizontal resolution which delivers digital quality pictures. Features many special effects and fader, titles and PIP. Magicpix doesn't really do anyting, so don't buy it for that reason. 10x optical zoom is quite sufficient, yet 700x digital zoom is useless. This camera feature AV and S-video plugs for TV connections, and i-link/firewire/IEEE1394 for easy access for computer transfering for editing.

Audio is amazing, you hear no motor noise even in the quietest places. Audio pickup is superb with zoom mic, easy to hear people talking from a distance. Also feature wind cut. Choose between 12 or 16 bit sound.

Extras are quite good. Built in still camera is a nice feature, but don't expect 4 megapixel quality pictures. the included 8mb SD card stores between 50 and 100 pictures. Choose from normal, fine or eco mode. USB and software included for viewing photos on computer. Battery has quite decent life, for its size. up to 1 hour (or more with viewfinder). The LCD screen is easy to view, but the viewfinder is hard to see in, but at least its colour unlike other models. All controls are easy to reach. Includes lens cap, charger, battery, adapter, shoulder strap, 8mb SD card, IR and wired remote, AV and USB cable and editing software. I would suggest buying a good case. The Panasonic palmcorder camcase 7 fits quite well, with loads of room for accesories.

CONCLUSION: GREAT BUY. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. BLOWS JVC, SONY and CANON AWAY.

4-0 out of 5 stars very good value
I did quite a bit of research before buying this camera. The online reviews were favorable, and just before buying it, I also noticed that Consumer Reports (CR) had rated its video quality as being very good (in the top 3).

The camera is fairly compact, not as compact as the Canon Eluras or the small Sonys, but it is more comfortable to hold because of its horizontal format.

Sound quality is simply excellent. The only extraneous noise picked up is the zoom motor. I cannot hear the tape transport motor on playback (this is a problem with some of the small Canons and Sonys). Video quality in good light is also very good. Good light includes indoor shots in a reasonably well lit room. In dim lighting, colors fade and the video does become a bit grainy. Otherwise, color fidelity is very good using the automatic white balance.

Image stabilization is very good except when at full zoom, but I understand this is a common phenomenon. CR indicates that other cameras have better stabilization.

I found the best playback option was connected to my TV using an S-video cable. The video looked incredibly good, much better than with the supplied composite video cable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tiny, gorgeous, nice to use, very high quality results.
In Europe this model is called the NV-GS5, which is what I have, but it's otherwise identical.

I've had it a few months now. I bought it after lots of research, and after rejecting the "upright" style cameras because they're so hard to hold steady. This little Panasonic is still very small (and cute) but you have a chance of holding it reasonably steady. Having said that, even with the image stabiliser on, you will need a tripod to make decent use of even the 10x optical zoom.

Panasonic's main selling points for this camera seem to be its ability to record stills, MPEGs and voice clips onto SD card, but if you've already got a digital stills camera, you'll not be too excited about stills at 640 x 480, maximum.

Forget that, and notice the other advantages. As the top model in this range (the 352 is really quite different and a lot bigger) it gets a colour viewfinder, and an analogue AV input. That could be really useful. There appears to be a connector for just about everything you can think of, including the all-important external microphone. The lens has a screw mount for proprietary conversion lenses and filters too.

Performance wise, I have been very pleased indeed with the results. It focuses with alacrity (almost never caught out), produces a really crisp clean image in all but the murkiest conditions, and generally looks surprisingly close to broadcast quality. Sound is pretty good using the built-in microphone: lots of atmosphere. Unlike some mini-DV camcorders, the microphone is mounted right at the front, so you only notice camera noise when you film in a very quiet location.

It's quite easy to use, though you'll need to spend a little time with the horrible instruction book before you can use it confidently. At first I kept forgetting which menu contained which control. But some controls are easily accessible, like the manual exposure (nice to have) and focus wheel. Most things fall to hand well, though the menu button requires a double-jointed index finger...

On the whole though, I have few criticisms. It's small, looks great, is quite easy to use and most important, produces excellent pictures and sound. I'm very impressed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great ultra-compact DvCam
The PVDC252 wasn't really on my list for Christmas as I was eyeing vetical-type Dvcams, specifically the JVC GRDVM76U. Then I happen to see the PVDC252 in an electronics store and it really caught my attention. The 'silver barrelled' lens looked really nice, plus the cold shoe attachment, and of course the price caught my attention. It had everything the JVC had, only that it is in the traditional 'horizontal' design. I played around with the unit and it grew on me quite quick. I did final research and even looked up the Sony MicroMv DCRIP5, but I kept going back to the PVDC252.

A full week before Christmas, I bought the PVDC252 - and I never looked back :-) The dvcam was really good for the price and yes, very compact (length-wise). It came with a lot of goodies (IR remote, wired remote, USB cable, charger/adaptor). Handling of the unit is simple and controls are wel within reach. The video output is quite exceptional and PC connectivity via Firewire is a snap (I used Adobe Premiere to capture my vids to my HD).

Got an additional battery (Lenmar LIP120) as a backup. The main battery works just great too, giving 1hr+ of recording time. The LCD is clear and easy to view, while the viewfinder is also easy to use, despite being quite small. It also has a built-in speaker so you can hear audio while playing back your recorded movies on the unit. Secure Digital slot for taking snapshots - of course don't expect digital cam-quality images - it's still best to leave that to dedicated digital cameras and IMHO, the digital 'photoshot' features in DV camcorders is just an extra convenience, not a replacement for digital still cameras. Nevertheless, the photoshots are decent for email/electronic scrapbook purposes. :-)

The zoom lens works smoothly and can be easily controlled. Audio pickup is very good. The camera feaures a 'zoom mic' too, which allows you to zoom in the audio in the same location you are zooming your view. And the wind cut feature is good to help mask wind noise while recording. And one thing very noticeable (or not noticeable) is that no motor noise gets recorded in (unlike some Canon models).

Conclusion: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED - worth the price! And get a good dvcam bag with it (the Case Logic DVC-30 Camcorder case fits very well, check it out here in Amazon's listing).

5-0 out of 5 stars Small but Mighty
This is the coolest camcorder I have ever seen. It took me a while to figure out what all it can do, but it's truly remarkable. It's nice that it comes with two controllers one that's a tethered remote and the other one has every button that you can possibly think of. The wireless controller is really nice because if you want to video tape yourself then all you have to do is put the PVDC252 on a tripod, turn the LCD screen towards you and press record on the controller. I haven't used it on the computer yet, because I haven't had the chance yet. It's also cool that you can record still pictures on the tape or on a memory card it comes with. The only two things that aren't as great, is that the software isn't editing software for videos and the eye piece you look into is so small there's not point. All in all this is remarkable little gadget. It's kind of funny when you eject the Mini DV tape out because you see the whole inside of the camcorder itself. This camcorder is a little pricy by itself and for the Mini DV tapes, but it's worth it. (I didn't order from this site though. I found it cheaper somewhere else. Hint: shop around online a lot before you buy this product) ... Read more


152. Sony Floppy Disc Interface for Memory Stick (MSAC-FD2MA)

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Asin: B00005T3Q1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 7991
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • With the MSAC-FD2MA Floppy Disc Interface in place you can read from and write to Sony Memory Stick(R) media in your ever-willing, sadly underestimated floppy drive
  • Up to 240 Kilobytes per second data transfer rate
  • Compatible with Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 and Mac OS 7.61>8.6
  • Memory Stick media is used in a growing and diversifying array of devices including camcorders, most Sony Mavica(R) series digital cameras, personal digital recorders, personal digital audio devices

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works fine and just as expected
The floppy disk adapter perfectly suits people like myself who still have old computers without USB. One first installs the software from the included CD and then formats the memory stick. Be warned that you had better print or save any images you already might have on the memory stick before formatting as all data is lost in formatting.
Once you've formatted you can take pictures and immediately upload and print them if desired by inserting the memeory stick to the floppy and inserting the floppy into your FD drive.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good Idea, not everything works
My company purchased this flopy disc interface so that we could let any of the graphic artists pop the card into the machines without moving the USB reader we have around.. unfortunatly the card won't work on a dual processor system, so none of our graphic artists can use it. I think for the price we paid for it, it should be able to work on any system!

4-0 out of 5 stars Needed item for most computers, but costly
My computer doesn't have a port for a Memory Stick, so using any one of Sony's products that use them is impossible without using this adapter. Sony's digital cameras and digital voice recorders (why I have one) all use this media format, so forgetting to buy one can prevent your enjoyment of your own equipment.

To use the adapter, you just slide the Stick into the adapter, and then the adapter goes into your regular 3.5" disk drive, looking just like a regular disk. There is some software included to assist in the applications you will use with it, inluding the voice recognition program I originally hoped to use, but is sold separately.

I don't really know why the item is as much as it is, but it is necessary for most folks. I guess one way of looking at it is that it offers the same functionality as a Compact Flash card reader, just more expensive.

1-0 out of 5 stars Works for a PC, not on a Mac
A new writer recently got a Sony Cybershot and brought in his Memory Stick and disk adapter for us to download his pictures onto our Macintosh systems. Here's what we found out:
1: It does not work with external USB floppy drives (took forever to come up- and then it showed a blank 32K disk.
2: Switched to an older 61xx PowerPC Mac - the floppy drive showed up faster, but showed a blank 41K disk.
3: tried using the utility CD that came with it - It had a conflict with the PC Exchange/File Exchange extension. We turned THAT off and restarted- and the utility promptly started up and froze the machine.
4: tried using the gadget on a Mavica FD 87 Sony Camera - it didn't work. that answered my long-standing question on that matter.

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5-0 out of 5 stars A life saver.
I recently bought a digital camera but the software wont run on Windows ME so I bought the adapter and now i can finally put my pictures on my computer. Great buy. ... Read more


153. Onkyo TX-8211 Home Stereo Receiver

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Asin: B00005T3WC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Onkyo
Sales Rank: 10982
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A Stereo receiver for a home component sound system
  • Delivers 50 watt per channel sound to left and right speaker channels @ 8 ohm with variable impedance switch
  • A/B Speaker selector
  • Digital AM and FM tuner with 30 station presets
  • Sleep timer

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars a great basic receiver
This receiver is great for people like me that want decent quality and sound but dont care about multiple channels or surround sound.This is NOT an AV receiver,and thats why I like it.Its great in a bedroom or small den as a music-only receiver.It only has 50 watts,but its high-current,low-impedance design is more than adequate to drive most bookshelf speakers or small floor speakers with up to 10" woofers.The more efficient speakers are the best choice.Good speaker cable and audio cable also helps to get the most from this receiver.With the large aluminum heat sink,this unit operates very cool.

4-0 out of 5 stars Onkyo TX8211
Overall a well-equipped receiver with enough power to keep most listeners happy. I chose this model for its excellent price and phono input. I'm pleased with the crisp clean sound. A few drawbacks keep this unit from perfection. The remote only controls volume and input source, although there are plenty of controls for other Onkyo components, which may eliminate the need for multiple remotes. Also the Tape 2 input is intended as a monitor that overrides other inputs when selected and must be turned off before listening to other sources, a minor inconvenience. Tape to tape recording capabilities are limited, if not impossible.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Stereo Receiver
I've owned this receiver for about three years. Very good sound, low distortion. Plus yes, it does have a phono input!

5-0 out of 5 stars Good choice
I needed a basic stereo receiver to play my old LP's and cassette tapes as well as my newer CD's. The Onkyo TX8211 does it all very well. Good sound, easy hookup,low price, and adequate power. Yes, 50 watts is sufficient power for a normal sized room. It is obvious that the previous reviewer does not own an Onkyo TX8211 or has even gone to the store to look at one, or he would know that this receiver does come with a built in phono input. The alternate to this receiver is the ... Sony STR-DE185 but the Sony would require the addition of a ...phono preamp adapter to play LP's so the total price is back up .... The ...Onkyo will save you a lot of hassle and give you slightly better numbers (THD, etc.) than the Sony albeit the Sony is a 100 watt system.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good bargain-priced stereo receiver.
The fad today clearly is for multi-channel audio/video receivers -- preferably with lots of watts. But most people stiill listen to music with just two speakers and, consequently, only need a good stereo receiver. The Onkyo TX-8211 is a very good stereo receiver at a very reasonable price. Yes, it "only" has 50 watts per channel of power, but 50 watts per channel will drive most speakers to deafening levels (which is NOT good for your ears) unless you play music with the bass control on full boast. If you feel that you must have 100 watts per channel, check out the Onkyo TX-8511. But, believe me, most people will be quite happy with the TX-8211 which is significantly less expensive. One word of caution: the TX-8211 does not have a phono input and, therefore, cannot play LPs. But for playing CDs, tapes, and radio broadcasts it is a very good buy. ... Read more


154. Fellowes Gel Mouse Rest and Pad (Sapphire Color)
list price: $21.95
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Asin: B00004Z639
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fellowes
Sales Rank: 1415
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Serves the purpose
I work in my computer major portion of the day and I desparately needed a wrist rest to reduce my wrist pain and avoid anything like CTS or RSI. And this mouse rest and pad from fellowes works and helps solving the problem.

The wrist rest is comfortable. The sapphire blue looks good too.

The main problem is with the size, since this is too small. But if you remove the bottom pad (which is easily removable), you get the space you need as you can move the mouse pad and the wrist rest anyway you want it.

Overall, this wrist pad serves the purpose.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderfully comfortable
I know it seems gimmicky, but you'd be amazed how comfortable and soothing the wrist rest is. It's not stiff like some can be, but it still provides a lot of support. While it's a little graphic, but best way I can describe how it feels is like uncooked steak or pork- it has tension, but it also has give. Really, if I could have given a better description I would. I hope it doesn't turn you off from this product, I can't recommend it highly enough! ... Read more


155. Uniden EXI2926 900 MHz 2-Line Cordless Phone with Caller ID and Speakerphone (Charcoal)
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00005K3B3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Uniden
Sales Rank: 3646
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Step up the pace with a two-line Uniden EXI2926 cordless telephone-speakerphone with call waiting and caller ID. You decide whether to interrupt your work to answer an incoming call. Special features include intercom and page, a 50-number caller ID memory, and a large, clear backlit LCD. The 900 MHz analog operation offers clearer sound and longer range than older models operating on a lower frequency band provide.

The EXI2926 provides dual dialing and displays on both handset and base. The unit's memory is programmable to 40 speed-dial numbers with one-touch connections. Caller ID remembers the last 50 incoming calls, displaying the caller's name, number, date, and time of each call. Incoming calls are stored in memory with a three-line display for information that is clear and easily readable.

You'll appreciate the independence of a speakerphone to allow unrestricted and hands-free movement when placing and answering calls, especially since this model is headset compatible. With adjustable volume control, intercom, and paging to recover the misplaced handset, the phone is designed for your desk or for convenient wall mounting. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz extended-range cordless phone
  • 2-line capability
  • Caller ID/call waiting
  • Backlit caller ID display
  • 80-number caller ID memory

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great phone except for one problem
This is a great phone. It had all the features I was looking for -- 2 lines, conf, call waiting, call id, transfer, mute, headset jacks, volume, ringer on/off. The only problem is that you cannot turn off the ringer on the handset. If your talking on one line and another call comes through on the other, it rings loudly in your ear. I called Tech Support and you cannot turn this off -- only to hi or low volume (and 'low' isn't that low). If it weren't for this, I'd recommend it highly.

1-0 out of 5 stars Cannot recommend it
After less than one year, I am shopping for a new phone. The handset does not work anymore. I replaced the battery thinking that was the problem but it wasn't. When I click on one of the lines, there is either no sound at all, no dial-tone or anything OR it is just static and fuzz.

I hope my next phone lasts longer than this one did!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a good desk phone!
I bought this phone with the intention of using it in my home office. The caller-id function is very important to me. Unfortunately, the phone lays to flat for you to see the caller-id display or read the keypad. Also, speakerphone volume is really loud, even when turned all the way down. I am taking this phone back.

1-0 out of 5 stars A terrible phone
I bought this phone last Christmas and within two months the handset quit working unless you bang it on something. It also will not hold a charge. What a waste of money!

3-0 out of 5 stars clear phone
You might not like the price on this, no matter how low the sale is, but you will see it all worth it when it arrives. If you find it hard to hear the other line walking around your house, then I suggest you move. This phone is so clear, when your in the same room with it's charger, it will seem as if you are actully in the same room with your chatter. ... Read more


156. Audiovox 4" Slim Clamshell LCD Screen (LCM4000)

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Asin: B000069E2I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AudioVox Communications
Sales Rank: 38326
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157. JVC HRS2901U 4-Head S-VHS VCR
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B000065UUW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: JVC
Sales Rank: 17275
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good product for the price.
This is my third JVC S-VHS VCR. Along with the other two it`s used everyday to record shows for weekend viewing. Using the S-VHS ET mode with Maxell HI-FI tapes, the picture and sound are excellent, even with repeated over recordings on the same tape. The only thing keeping me from giving it five stars is the lack of a panel display counter(as on previous models), and it`s HORRIBLE time keeping capabilities (time needs adjusting every month).

1-0 out of 5 stars VCR Died after 4 months - used twice
If you do buy this (or any JVC), make sure you use it a lot in the first month, so it'll still be under warranty if it dies. After that, maybe you'll be fine. Also, and this is probably true of all JVC VCR's, I found it very difficult to use, and I'm very gadget literate.

Funny thing is, I bought this just to transfer approx 10 tapes onto DVD (feeding VCR output into computer), and then probably wouldn't need it anymore. I used it twice, and then couldn't even get the VCR to turn on. Unfortunately, this was after 3 months of business travel, so warranty expired - out of luck. When I called JVC, they said I could take it to a service center for an hourly labor - yeah right!

I noticed the fuse inside was blown, but every time I replaced it, it would just blow again. I never liked JVC for other devices, but thought they might make good VCR's. Now I will never buy anything from them period.

4-0 out of 5 stars Digital Quality in analog
I read a lot of bad reviews on s-vhs machines. I think people who buy these (& return them) miss the point. If you're gonna use 6 for 10 dollar tapes, or worn, well used tapes over & over again on the slowest speed, don't buy a super-vhs machine, use a 200-250 line resolution cheap VCR. If you want DVD quality, over 400 lines resolution video, use good tapes, & the high speed. With a good tape, the slow speed looks better than ordinary vhs though. The machines will also record & play ordinary vhs in the best quality available.

Also, if you have a cheap, or small TV you won't notice much difference... buy a cheap VCR. If you have a high quality TV or widescreen (me-2 Wegas & a DLP projector) These machines are the most economical way to record DVD quality programming. Beware you get what you pay for, the cheapest s-vhs machines will not be as good as a more expensive one. If you got a Wega, something like it or widescreen, invest a little more on the VCR & tapes.

I find there is 1 fundimental flaw with all s-vhs machines though. They seem to need a "breaking in" period where they won't record a nice pic in the EP speed in s-vhs. You have to use the machine in SP or ordinary VHS when using EP until the heads wear a little. The pic is better after after the heads wear down a little in EP s-vhs.

As an electronics sevice tech, & a videophile, I'll never go back to ordinary VHS.

3-0 out of 5 stars OK quality at a good price.
I purchased 2 of these units after having excellent service with former JVC VCR`s. The picture and sound quality is excellent using the ET-SVHS mode with standard tapes. With the [low] price though,many features are missing. In order to view the counter you must use the on screen display,there is no counter incorporated into the clock. The counter will also not operate if you have the superimpose feature turned off,a very annoying feature that floods the screen with all kinds of info. VCR+ is also missing on this unit,and if you turn off the unit after programming,it won`t record if you forget to press the timer button(expected on a VCR from 1985,not 2002). For people who tape many TV shows to watch at a later date,I`d suggest spending the extra [money]for the HRS390 model,which has retained the clock display counter,and VCR+. If you only watch movies on an irregular basis,then this model will suit you fine. ... Read more


158. Canon ELPH LT APS Camera
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00000JBVO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 552
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon ELPH LT weighs in at just 4.1 ounces, yet it offers a range of advanced features for foolproof shooting. It uses a fast, accurate autofocus system. The built-in flash offers Slow Synchro and red-eye reduction modes. The ELPH LT incorporates many benefits of APS technology such as easy drop-in film loading; automatic film advance and rewind; and three shooting formats including classic, wide angle, and panoramic. The camera also has built-in date, time, and title functions. ... Read more

Features

  • Advanced Photo System point-and-shoot
  • Fully automatic operation
  • Built-in flash with red-eye reduction
  • Automatic date mode
  • Drop-in film loading

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camera
great camera, i bought it here and its given me the best pictures of all my previous cameras, it fits in your pocket, and is the size of a pager, with the width of 2 pagers. nice handy camera, film cost is alittle more, but well worth getting great panoramic pictures!

4-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad little toy
I first received my Canon ELPH LT as a Christmas gift in 1999, and two and a half years later, it still takes the same quality of picture that it did on its first roll of film. In fact, it uses such little power (mostly due to the absence of a zoom lens) that in the time I have owned it, I have only replaced the battery twice. My camera has had an extremely rough existence, including three months in Africa, but it has never stopped working or needed any repair. And the panoramic lens took some awesome landscapes that my friends with expensive 35mm cameras couldn't take (and their cameras wouldn't fit in their pockets!). I have had only one problem with the camera, and that is that the print on the casing rubs off if your hands are often sweaty when you take pictures. It's not a huge problem given that by the time it had come off, I already knew what all the buttons did, but it would be nice to not have to explain them to other people. But other than that, it has been a perfect camera! Next up for me - the digital ELPH!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome camera for the price
Like a lot of the other reviewers have said, this camera takes great pictures! Clear and crisp! And I'm the kinda person that takes pictures hanging out the car window and on the back of a 4 wheeler. It's as if I was standing still! It's so nice to be able to capture a panoramic picture whenever you want, and be able to switch back to regular sized photos with the touch of a button. And all on the same roll of film. So easy. I would highly recommend this camera! And with such a low price, you cant go wrong.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best!
Even for people on a low budget this season, this is a great, fun, easy-to-use gift. I have owned one of these for almost 2 years now, and have found many ways to get exactly the picture I want. With three photo sizes that change in the viewer, one is always guaranteed to know approximately how thier photo will turn out. Though not particularly inexpenxive, the APS film system is reasonable, and the pictures turn out great! For a younger, or older, aspiring photographer, this is the camera to start with!

5-0 out of 5 stars great camera
i bought this camera right before a trip, and was a little nervous using a new camera. i was not disappointed, every picture came out crisp and clear. the size is great, so small you can easily put it in your pocket. the different settings are good too, especially the panoramic. film, batteries and developing may be a wee bit more, but it is definitely worth it. i've owned more expensive cameras that did not take pictures this well. ... Read more


159. PIONEER VSX-D814-K Home Theatrer A/V Receiver
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B0007MXZAS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pioneer
Sales Rank: 13318
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Product Description

Pioneer 600Watt Dolby 6.1 A/V ReceiverNow you can customize sonic performance just like the pros. MCACC (Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration System) provides built-in test tones that allow you to fine-tune your speakers’ channel level, delay, and even their placement in the room, for optimal sound reproduction. The VSX-D814-K powers six channels with an equal 100 watts (even a dual surround back speaker) and features advanced surround processing, with DTS-ES Discrete, DTS 96/24, Dolby Digital EX, and Dolby Pro Logic IIx decoding. Its sophisticated, heavy-duty construction utilizes one compact circuit board for all digital signal processing for exceptional purity, plus a double-precision Motorola 48-bit DSP engine that’s used in top theaters worldwide. The VSX-D814-K is ready for DVD-Audio and SACD next-gen audio, and provides the convenience of Advanced Quick Setup, a full complement of inputs, outputs, and terminals, and a new pre-programmed LCD remote. ... Read more

Features

  • 100 Watts x 6 Channels
  • Built-in DTS-ES Discrete/DTS 96/24/NEO - 6/Dolby Digital EX/Dolby Pro Logic IIx Decoder
  • 2 Component Video Inputs/1 Output, 4 S-Video Inputs/2 Outputs; 5 Digital Inputs (2 Coaxial, 2 Optical, 1 Front Optical) and 1 Digital Optical Output; 5.1-Channel Input; Front A/V Inputs with S-Video Input and Optical Digital Input
  • Dual Surround Back Speaker Capability, Virtual Surround Back Mode
  • Pre-Programmed LCD Remote

160. Garmin Bean Bag Mount for the GPS V
list price: $17.99
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Asin: B00005UK9O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 2244
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Restraint System for your GPS Product
  • Keeps Unit Secure
  • Mounts to Any Flat Surface & Fully Adjustable

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Does the job well.
I bought an earlier model of the bean bag mount by Garmin. Mine is black and has four distinct lobes instead of being more circular. I have a plastic mount in my primary car and wanted a temporary mount for when I rented a car. The bean bag mount has a non-skid under-surface and is filled with heavy pellets. I have used the mount on three different car dashboards and the center console of a Ford Econoline. It easily conformed to the various shapes and has never slipped. It is an excellent temporary mount. It adds some weight to your carry-on luggage, but the weight is what contributes to its function. ... Read more


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