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Welcome to Engadget's back to school guide! Today, we're taking a look at your best e-reader options. Head to the back to school hub to see the rest of the product guides as we add them throughout the month. Be sure to keep checking back; in early September, we'll be giving away a ton of gear, inclu

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Remember how we all swooned over Diamond's ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT in June of last year? At the time, that was pretty much your only shot at seeing 1GB of memory on a single graphics card. Fast forward to now, and we've got what's widely believe to be this planet's very first 2GB card. The PowerColor

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Break out the champagne, that Apple spec bump you've been waiting for is finally here: the 2GB iPod shuffle is shipping as of today. It'll set you back a cool $69, but if you've decided to hold off on this round of lackluster MacBook updates, we're guessing you've got the cash. Go ahead, you've ear

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It's taken well over a year for Eye-Fi to bring its self-titled wireless SD card to market, but on the plus side, that Benjamin now gets you 2GB of storage -- a welcome boost for a rumored capacity that had dipped as low as 512MB. In case the past 18 months have made the details a little fuzzy, thi

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Because no one except for the biggest spendthrift wants a 2GB flash video player with a sub-two-inch screen, Venzero has revealed a pocketable new PMP called the SLICKR that basically takes its recently-announced mini and tacks on a miniSD slot along with a full inch to the now-2.8-inch screen. Ot

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Volkswagen may have a crush on Apple -- you'll recall the \"buy one Fox get one iPod free\" iFox promotion -- but it seems that LG is the DAP manufacturer with a little thing for the German automaker, announcing a Beetle-themed PMP at the Seoul Motor Show. Like the efficient little car that inspired

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It's just always gotta be \"more, more, more\" with you, doesn't it? Never content with the 512MB DS-Xtreme homebrew cart your mother brought you into the world with, you've gotta go for a whole 2GB to house your various homebrew, ROMs, game backups and musics. Well, we're right there with you, and t

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We've been trying to lay low in hopes that this horrible trend of sticking tacky looking crystals to otherwise innocent devices would soon blow over, and now that STB and PMP manufacturer MediaREADY (formerly Video Without Boundaries) has jumped the shark with its painful new attempt to be hip -- t

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Sorry Chunbo, but you'll have to try harder than this. These new \"minigigi\" players, the C1000 and C2000 are decent enough, and the 159,000 won ($170) and 89,000 won ($95) pricetags are passable for 2GB players, but there's nothing that really sticks out here. The C2000 sports a 2-inch LCD, video p

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If you thought Toshiba was only involved in one DAP launch this week, think again, because ol' Tosh has also decided to revitalize its Gigabeat P-series with the P10K and P20K. Last time we heard from this flash-based line was when the 512MB / 1GB P5L got a multi-colored premium edition, and the pi

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If RCA's new M5000 series of DAPs look familiar, then you've got a good eye: we've seen the exact same models before branded as the MSI P610 and Packard Bell Vibe 360. Therefore the feature sets on the 1GB M5001 and 2GB M5002 should come as no surprise, with both models sporting a 1.8-inch color scr

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Now that you've picked up that sexy little bit of Chocolate from Verizon, you're probably looking for a hefty storage option to load up all some of your tunes, and luckily SanDisk has got you covered with its new 2GB microSD card. First to market with a two gig flavor of this type of card, SanDisk h

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