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pdr

Review

Paradigm PDR-10

This powerful sub is the ideal partner for Paradigm's well-respected satellites.

By January 21, 2004

3.5 stars Editors' rating January 21, 2004

Pricing not available

Review

Toshiba PDR-3310

You'll have fun using this sleek, portable, fairly versatile digicam--if you can ignore its disappointing image quality.

By February 6, 2003

3 stars Editors' rating February 6, 2003

MSRP: $499.99

Review

Toshiba PDR M25

Only first-timers new to the digital game should take a look at the user-friendly, inexpensive Toshiba PDR-M25.

By April 4, 2002

3 stars Editors' rating April 4, 2002

MSRP: $199.99

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The JVC KD-PDR30 receiver looks and sounds good, and its standard iPod connectivity will endear it to those looking to take their iTunes on the road. However, its lack of a decent search mechanism for navigating large iPod lists means that it fails at a p

The JVC KD-PDR30 receiver looks and sounds good, and its standard iPod connectivity will endear it to those looking to take their iTunes on the road. However, its lack of a decent search mechanism for navigating large iPod lists means that it fails at a p

May 21, 2008

Review

JVC KD-PDR30 CD Receiver

The JVC KD-PDR30 looks and sounds good, and its standard iPod connectivity will endear it to those looking to take their iTunes on the road. However, its lack of a decent search mechanism for navigating large iPod lists means that it fails one of its primary usability functions.

By July 12, 2007

3 stars Editors' rating July 12, 2007

Pricing not available

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Toshiba crops digital camera price

The company trims the price of its 2.2-megapixel PDR-M25 to $249, a move that's in line with similar efforts by competitors.

By March 1, 2002

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Short Take: Toshiba unveils new megapixel camera

Toshiba announced it is shipping the new PDR-M70, the company's first 3-megapixel digital camera. The camera will sell for $899 and includes a 3X optical zoom lens, 12 megabytes-per-second download speeds USB port, a 1.8 inch LCD view screen and a built in speaker and microphone for audio and video use.

By May 5, 2000

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Short Take: Toshiba cuts price of digital camera

Toshiba Imaging Systems has lowered the estimated street price of its megapixel digital camera PDR-M1 from $599 to $499. Compatible with Windows and Macintosh platforms, the PDR-M1 camera combines traditional, point-and-shoot simplicity with a wide range of features, such as ultra-sharp 1280 x 1024 resolution, 2x digital zoom, and a four-mode flash lighting system.

By October 1, 1998

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Short Take: Toshiba, Olympus make digital camera moves

Toshiba announced its newest line of high-resolution digital cameras, including the PDR-M1, a 1.5 "megapixel" camera for $699, and the lower-end PDR-5, for $399. Separately, Olympus announced price cuts across its digital camera line. Olympus' D-220L has been discounted from $499 to $299, its D-500L has been discounted from $899 to $699, and the D-600L has been cut from $1299 to 999.

June 2, 1998