This week on gdgt: Toshiba brings a Retina-class display to Windows


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This week on gdgt: Toshiba brings a Retina-class display to Windows

This week on gdgt

Each week, our friends at gdgt go through the latest gadgets and score them to help you decide which ones to buy. Here are some of their latest picks -- along with a few you should probably avoid. Want more? Visit gdgt anytime to catch up on the latest, and subscribe to gdgt's newsletter to get a weekly roundup in your inbox.

kirabookToshiba Kirabook

The Kirabook is a truly impressive laptop, with solid performance, good battery life, a well-designed backlit keyboard and the highest-resolution display currently available on a Windows laptop. Unfortunately, it's also very expensive, and that super-high-resolution screen isn't always an asset.
Buy from $1,599
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panasonic vt60Panasonic Smart Viera VT60

Panasonic impressed critics so much with last year's VT50 Series that many felt there wasn't room for improvement with the VT60, but that isn't the case. The new series impressed FlatPanelsHD so much that they gave it their Reference Award. All this high quality comes at a lofty price, so if you're on a tight budget, check out the cheaper ST60 Series, which is a gdgt Must-have.
Buy from $1,995
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pocket playlist

HP Pocket Playlist

While it may only have 32GB of storage, the Pocket Playlist comes in at almost half the price of some of its competitors, and offers the ability to play recorded internet video content on the run.
Buy from $93
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jbl charge

JBL Charge

With a price and sound quality comparable to our current Must-have speaker, the Jawbone Jambox, the JBL Charge might just be the speaker you should take on your next outing.
Buy from $149
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