Slide show roundup: Coby MP-C7082, Blue Raven MediaMate 7000, and Sony MEX-BT2500

We have some pictures of a bad, bad MP3 player, a gigantic wide-screen PVP with built-in DVR capabilities, and two slide shows on the Canon PowerShot S5 IS.

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Today we have some pictures of a bad, bad MP3 player. So bad our editors gave it a 2.3 rating. Poor thing. It looks so sleek and spacey. We also have pics of a gigantic wide-screen PVP with built-in DVR capabilities, as well as a slide show of a good entry-level car stereo. And we have two slide shows on the Canon PowerShot S5 IS. One shows its features and design, and the other presents some image samples. Check them all out below.

Photos: Coby MP-C7082

It is a rare day indeed that we come across a piece of technology that so utterly fails at its intended purpose, but American electronics manufacturer Coby has managed to produce just such a device. Check out the slide show of the Coby MP-C7082.

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Photos: Blue Raven MediaMate 7000

The Blue Raven MediaMate 7000 is a monster portable video player with a 7-inch screen, built-in video recording, and TV output. The screen is huge.

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Photos: Sony MEX-BT2500

The Sony MEX-BT2500 is a value-for-the-money car stereo with decent audio features and sound quality, Bluetooth calling, and audio-streaming capabilities. If you can live with the muddy call quality that the system's built-in microphone delivers, then the stylish and intuitive MEX-BT2500 is a good entry-level option. See some pictures of the Sony MEX-BT2500.

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Photos: Canon PowerShot S5 IS We've got an evaluation of the design and features of the Canon PowerShot S5 IS. One feature is despite its 12x zoom lens, the S5 IS remains fairly compact when it's completely extended. Check out the Canon PowerShot S5 IS image samples too.

 

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