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.
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
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
The Samsung r410 is a new QWERTY phone for MetroPCS.
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While CNET did not review the Toshiba D-R400 DVD-recorder, we did review the newer Toshiba D-R410.
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.
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
The R410 is evidence that Samsung is still pouring its heart into mid-sized machines.