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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 04, 2006 0 comments

LGs FM30 (bottom) and JM53 hard-disk portable movie players have 1.8-inch OLED screens.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 09, 2002 0 comments
The Hitachi DZ-MV230 camcorder records on both DVD-RAM and DVD-R discs.
Recordable-DVD Gets More Compatible The Recordable DVD Council, with 83 members said to encompass all aspects of the DVD business, presented a cohesive plan for "DVD Multi"
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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 06, 2005 0 comments

Audio gear - designed for high-fidelity reproduction of recorded music - once ruled the Consumer Electronics Show, but now audio is for the most part only a handmaiden to video. However, for those who place sound first, some impressive components begged a hearing.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 07, 2006 0 comments

Vizio L32 LCD HDTV

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 08, 2004 0 comments
In 28 years of attending the International Consumer Electronics Show, I never witnessed the tide of humanity that swept into the opening day of this year's CES. Usually the crowds swell on the second and third days of the show, but this opening day rivaled the most crowded days of yore, and then some.
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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 06, 2005 0 comments

The first public day of the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show reached new heights with announcements from Echostar's Dish Network and DirecTV. These satellite-TV providers plan to turn the sky over the equator into the equivalent of a freeway in rush hour.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 06, 2006 0 comments

Denon's AVR-2807 receiver is feature-packed.

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Rich Warren Posted: May 19, 2003 0 comments
Photos by Tony Cordoza Knowing how deep a spell all-in-one home theater systems have cast over DVD fans everywhere, we decided to divine just how much magic was hidden within four such systems: the Denon DHT-1000DV ($1,300), Panasonic SC-ST1 ($1,000), Sharp SD-AT50DV ($800), and Yamaha DVX-S100 ($800).
Rich Warren Posted: Dec 21, 2004 0 comments

A few minutes into Cold Mountain, a U.S. Civil War version of The Odyssey , the Union Army detonates massive explosives hidden beneath a Confederate encampment. To say that I flinched would be an understatement - diving for cover was more like it.

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Rich Warren Posted: Jan 05, 2006 0 comments

Nintendo superstar Mario the plumber gazes appreciatively at the new Game Boy Advance-compatible version of Visteon's Dockable Family Entertainment System.


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