Toshiba Pocket PC e805 Video
Toshiba delivers the thinnest and lightest tablet we've seen yet, but the experience doesn't live up to its name.
Donald Bell takes a First Look at Toshiba's thinnest, lightest Honeycomb tablet yet, at .3 inch thick.
While the $799 Toshiba Satellite A665-S5176X is an affordably priced Blu-ray laptop with a next-gen Intel Core i3 processor, there are other options out there that offer better design or performance for the same money.
Tom Merritt shows off hot gear for the road that incorporates Bluetooth, as well as a tip for better battery life.
From satellite radio and nav systems to big and small cars, Tom Merritt highlights the latest gear for the road.
Tom Merritt shows you how to share a high-speed connection on the road and jumps in the backseat of the Jaguar Super V8.
Though the Satellite U205 isn't the best performer, it's inexpensive and powerful enough for productivity tasks, and it has good battery life.
After a 10-year absence from the consumer desktop market, Toshiba makes a confident return with the DX1210-ST4N22, which offers an appealing combination of price, performance, and functionality.
The disc bows with tributes to the fallen: written for and dedicated to the band's friend Greg 'Chickenman' Riley, "Your Spirit's Alive" also remembers Boston Bruin great Ace Bailey and hockey standout Mark Bavis who perished on United Airlines flight 175 on Sept. 11, 2001. "Last Letter Home," salutes American serviceman and Dropkick Murphys fan Sgt. Andrew Farrar, who died on his 31st birthday January 28th, 2005. Shortly before his death in a letter he sent home, Farrar requested the Dropkick Murphys' version of "Fields of Athenry" be played at his funeral should anything happen to him while he was in Iraq. In addition to blending excerpts from that very letter into "Last Letter Home," the band was present at Farrar's funeral and played "The Fields Of Athenry" on the pipes as the casket entered the church. The Warrior's Code also marks the second time the Dropkick Murphys have set a previously unused Woody Guthrie lyric to music. Approached three years ago by Guthrie's daughter, Nora (whose son is a Dropkicks fan), with the prospect of putting some of her legendary father's unpublished lyrics to music, the band produced the hard-charging "Gonna Be a Blackout Tonight," from which the title of 2003's Blackout was taken. The Warrior's Code features "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" written around a whimsical lyric about a sailor who lost his wooden leg in Boston. "When Nora gave us the green light to go through the archives and take we wanted," says vocalist/bassist and founding member Ken Casey, "we looked through thousands of his songs. Obviously, there were a lot of deep songs about World War II and labor stuff, but randomly in the middle of all these serious lyrics was this silly song, which seemed kind of cool. When other people do Woody's stuff, you normally don't see that light-hearted side of his work."
The N2 offers the best of both worlds: a disaster-proof casing and a robust and powerful Synology NAS on the inside.