The MP3 Insider podcast has recorded its final episode. To make things easy for those who wish to relive the glory days of the show, here is a comprehensive list of every single episode! Please not that episodes 1-89 were published before the MP3 Insider blog was created and as such, only the MP3 file is linked to.
Donald and Jasmine dedicate one final recording to the MP3 Insider podcast with a sentimental look back through the MP3 player timeline, from the very earliest Rio device, to the iPhone that brought the MP3 player category crumbling down upon itself. For video viewers, there's plenty of visual goodness with old players making personal appearances in the podcast studio. But don't fret! MP3 Insider is set to morph seamlessly into the all new Crave video podcast. Make sure you check back with us next week, same bat time, same bat channel.
The Toshiba Gigabeat V (30GB) is a nice portable video player with a sleek design.
Many prospective MP3/PVP buyers have been waiting patiently for this compact, easy-to-use, one-stop shop for media files--looks like the Toshiba Gigabeat S was worth the wait.
The Toshiba Gigabeat U is a tough, classy MP3 player that's lean on memory but delivers exceptional sound quality.
Toshiba has officially announced the Gigabeat T400, a 4GB MP3 player for $120 that has the potential to give the iPod Nano and Creative Zen a run for their money.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell shares a photographic slide show of the new Toshiba Gigabeat T MP3 player.
Toshiba's Gigabeat T is a smaller, lighter, less expensive version of one of our favorite MP3 players, the Gigabeat S. Its luxurious Windows Portable Media Center interface, excellent audio quality, and crisp, bright QVGA screen make it standout performer. Unfortunately, limited storage capacity and lack of memory expansion hold it back from greatness.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell gives a photographic tour of the Toshiba Gigabeat U MP3 player.
The Toshiba Gigabeat U is a tough little 2GB MP3 player that offers great sound quality, an FM tuner, a workout timer, and an advanced line-input recorder, for less than $100.