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opal

Review

RCA Opal

There are better MP3 players than the RCA Opal for the money, but none capable of handling both video and photos.

10 July 2007

2.5 stars Editors' rating 10 July 2007

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Anonymous Opal cards now available from pop-up kiosks

Commuters who were concerned about the traceability of the Opal card can now purchase and use one anonymously.

By 28 July 2014

Article

​NSW Police 'makes no apologies' for collecting Opal Card data

As NSW Opal Card users face having their movements tracked by police without a warrant, the NSW Police Commissioner has defended the practice.

By 16 July 2014

Article

How the Event Opal speakers were developed: interview

Peter Freedman, the owner of the company that makes both Rode microphones and Event speakers, stopped by for a chat about how the company developed its new Opal monitor speakers.

By 4 May 2012

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HP Opal and Topaz revealed as first webOS tablets

Pictures of the webOS-powered HP Topaz and Opal have been dug up ahead of their official launch next month -- but they could keep us waiting.

By 19 January 2011

Video

RCA Opal

The RCA Opal is a slender, inexpensive MP3 player with a 1.5-inch color OLED screen.

22 May 2008

Article

Photos: RCA Opal

CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell shows off a slideshow and review of the RCA Opal MP3 player.

By 21 July 2007

Gallery

Photos: RCA Opal MP3 Player

RCA delivers a budget-priced MP3 player capable of playing videos and DRM-protected audio content. Menu navigation could use some work, but all-in-all, the Opal packs in a lot of features for a great price.

7 Images By 17 July 2007

Article

Samsung unveils mSATA version of the 840 Evo solid-state drive

At a storage capacity of 1TB, this drive is currently the largest mSATA SSD on the market.

By 10 December 2013

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Report: HP WebOS tablets to boast cloud storage, 'premium audio'

Engadget says the WebOS-based tablets Hewlett-Packard is expected to unveil next month could offer cloud storage and "premium audio," likely powered by HP's Beats audio.

By 20 January 2011