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You were probably born too late to have purchased one of the first computers out of Apple -- the original Apple I. This machine came as a set of completed circuit boards that you had to build your own case for. Many early owners of the US$666.66 computer used wood for the case, since it was che...

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December 1, 2011 at 1:00PM
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Digital Cube may not be a household name in portable media players (at least on this side of the Atlantic), but there's no doubt that its latest attempt at greatness is a real looker. The touchscreen-based i-Station E9 arrives with an expansive 3-inch panel, hardly any buttons to speak of, an FM t...

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We'll just go ahead and get the bad news out of the way: if you call yourself a North American, and you're not gutsy enough to find an importer, you'll probably never own the downright beautiful device shown above. Known as the iSTATION S3, DigitalCube's latest arrives with 8/16/32GB of storage, a...

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We've already seen a copious amount of iStation T3 still shots, but there's just something about a walk-through on video that really does it for us. Unfortunately, the user who hosted these up made no bones about the functionality, as he straight up admitted that the user interface "blows." Ouch. ...

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Sure, this upcoming iStation T3 PMP from Digital Cube does little that you can't coax out of your average cereal box toy in Korea, but it sure looks pretty good on camera. iStation is apparently running some promotions to get folks stoked for the thing, and AVING has the sexy photos to prove it. O...

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iStation, the Korean firm mostly known 'round here for handheld media devices and PCs with the number '43' in their names, is back on the scene with the imaginatively named T3, a 4.3-inch PMP sporting a 480 x 272 resolution, up to 32GB storage and an SDHC expansion slot. Also featured on this Wind...

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At this point, we're fairly certain i-Station will only use a number other than "43" in its product titles once it has exhausted the entire US alphabet, but since we're not quite to that point, we're forced to live with U43 this go 'round. As expected, this Korean PMP is packed to the brim with fe...

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