Photos: Toshiba Gigabeat T

CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell shares a photographic slide show of the new Toshiba Gigabeat T MP3 player.

Toshiba has officially announced the Gigabeat T400, a $120, 4GB MP3 player that has the potential to give the iPod Nano and Creative Zen a run for their money. We'll have our full review up on CNET in the next few days, but our initial impression is that the audio and video quality are both excellent. We are pretty bummed, however, that it has a maximum capacity of just 4GB, with no room for expansion. Also, where's the Wi-Fi found in the Japanese version? Still, with a 2.4-inch QVGA screen, and support for WMV video, as well as MP3, WMA (with or without DRM), WMA Lossless, and WAV, you get a lot of player for the price.

Need a closer look before you make up your mind? Set your eyes upon our Toshiba Gigabeat T photo gallery.

Photo of Toshiba Gigabeat T MP3 player.
The Windows Portable Media Center operating system is alive and well on the Toshiba Gigabeat T MP3 player. CNET Networks/Corinne Schulze

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Toshiba Gigabeat T400 (4GB, blue)

The Bottom Line: The Toshiba Gigabeat T400 is a stellar performer that is crippled by a pitifully small amount of storage. If you can live with just 4GB of storage, the Gigabeat T400 offers brilliant audio fidelity, and a convenient way for Windows Media Center users to take a bite-size portion of their TV, movie, music, and photo collection on the go. / Read full review

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Toshiba Gigabeat T400 (4GB, pink)

The Bottom Line: The Toshiba Gigabeat T400 is a stellar performer that is crippled by a pitifully small amount of storage. If you can live with just 4GB of storage, the Gigabeat T400 offers brilliant audio fidelity, and a convenient way for Windows Media Center users to take a bite-size portion of their TV, movie, music, and photo collection on the go. / Read full review

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Toshiba Gigabeat T400 (4GB, orange)

The Bottom Line: The Toshiba Gigabeat T400 is a stellar performer that is crippled by a pitifully small amount of storage. If you can live with just 4GB of storage, the Gigabeat T400 offers brilliant audio fidelity, and a convenient way for Windows Media Center users to take a bite-size portion of their TV, movie, music, and photo collection on the go. / Read full review

About the author

Donald Bell has spent more than five years as a CNET senior editor, reviewing everything from MP3 players to the first three generations of the Apple iPad. He currently devotes his time to producing How To content for CNET, as well as weekly episodes of CNET's Top 5 video series.

 

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