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Toshiba D-R410

The Toshiba D-R410 handles basic DVD-recorder functions at a budget price, but you can get better features and performance from Panasonic's DMR-EA18K, if you're willing to spend a little more.

By Aug. 8, 2008

3 stars Editor's rating Aug. 8, 2008

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Photos: Samsung R410 £499 all-round laptop

While everyone and his dog is releasing tiny laptops, Samsung is still pouring its heart into mid-sized machines such as the 14.1-inch R410

By Jun. 23, 2008


Samsung R410 laptop: Cheap, attractive, breaks wrists

When the waif-like Korean girl demonstrating the R410 handed one over, proclaiming it was "really light", its 2.4kg chassis nearly snapped our arms out of their sockets

By May. 14, 2008


MetroPCS releases the Samsung r410 QWERTY phone

The Samsung r410 is a new QWERTY phone for MetroPCS.

By Dec. 14, 2007


Toshiba D-R400 Quick Take

While CNET did not review the Toshiba D-R400 DVD-recorder, we did review the newer Toshiba D-R410.

By Jul. 6, 2009


Toshiba's DVD recorder is basic, but functional

CNET reviews the Toshiba D-R410 DVD recorder, highlighting its low price and solid basic performance, but criticizing its dearth of features and lackluster recording quality compared with the Panasonic DMR-EA18K.

By Aug. 11, 2008


Photos: Samsung's all-round laptop

The R410 is evidence that Samsung is still pouring its heart into mid-sized machines.

By Jun. 23, 2008


Samsung Q210: It's bloody good

The Samsung Q210 is a fantastic new thin and light laptop. It's a Centrino 2 model, and it has a strange red strip along the bottom edge that makes it look like it's been dipped in blood

By Aug. 4, 2008


Panasonic DMR-EA18K

Outstanding recording quality and tons of features, like flexible recording speed and chasing playback, make the Panasonic DMR-EA18K an excellent all-purpose DVD recorder.

By Jul. 15, 2008

4 stars Editor's rating Jul. 15, 2008

MSRP: $179.99


Buzz Out Loud 1274: Facebook welcomes 500th user (podcast)

500 millionth, actually... but one of the press kits had an embarrassing typo in it. Also, everybody who makes slates is dropping Windows (except HP), we now have lasers shooting down airplanes, and a flashlight for the iPhone is actually a secret tethering app.

By Jul. 21, 2010