Elizabeth Boyle

Elizabeth
Boyle
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Jump Into Home Entertainment
Aspire Digital's AD-1100 Plus home theater system will give you a boost into the world of home entertainment.
Zen and the Art of Portable Media 11
Learn what's so great about Creative Labs' Creative Zen Portable Media Center that made it worthy of the "Best of CES" award?
Slide, Baby, Slide 18
Both aesthetically and technologically, looks like this sliding camera phone could be a winner.
LCD TVs to Invade Kitchens, Offices, Bathrooms
Find out about an LCD TV that you can put in almost any room of your house.
Is that a Digital Camera in Your Pocket?
Watch out for this little camera--it can do more than you think.
Functional Gaming Gear 4
Rev up your gaming scores with Belkin's combination keypad and directional pad.
Free Up the Family Computer 2
Check out this cool product that will end family fights over computer time.
Get Your Own Server
Mirra introduced the M-250 Mirra Personal Server that lets you access your files from any Internet-connected PC.
It's All in the Name: The ButtKicker
Make your home viewing or gaming experience feel real with the ButtKicker LFE.
Apple in the Lead 7
Apple leads the music player market, but is their lead in jeopardy?
DVDs to Go 21
CyberHome Entertainment released the CH-LDV 712 portable DVD player that lets you watch DVDs anywhere.
Burn DVDs From Any Computer 15
Pioneer Electronics introduced the DVR-S706 8X external DVD/CD writer yesterday.
Pump Up the Volume
"Entry-level but big in features" is how Onkyo describes its upgraded TX-SR502 receiver.
Invading the Airwaves: Panasonic Releases Mobile CD Receiver with HD Radio 2
After nearly ten years of development, iBiquity Digital's HD Radio technology is ready for use.
iPod FM 8
Griffin Technology has answered the prayers of iPod users who want to listen to music from their play lists on the radio.
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