One-Step DVD/CD Duplicator Rips Without a PC

TEAC's One-Step DVD/CD Duplicator will rip your CDs, or DVDs, without the need for a connection to a PC. That is enough information for us to decide we like it; it is simple and it can copyright infringe in around 6 minutes flat, thanks to the 48x CD drive read speed / 16x DVD read speed. Nice—but don't use it to… » 11/18/07 7:45pm 11/18/07 7:45pm

TEAC MP-600 Media Player is Thin and Crisp

We like our MP3 players small and wafer-thin, and this TEAC MP-600 qualifies as both because it's about the size of a Triscuit. Even though it's just 3 inches wide and 9mm thin, it still shows off a 3.5-inch touchscreen up front, and packs an FM tuner along with digital voice recording inside. Take the jump for a big… » 7/10/07 8:38am 7/10/07 8:38am

Portable TEAC Drive Plays Nice With Your Media Cards

It may look small and innocent, but TEAC's forthcoming Portable Multifunction Drive knows how to get around. You see in addition to its USB port, the drive has a built-in memory card slot that lets you off load files from your CompactFlash, SD, Memory Stick Pro, and MiniSD cards (among others). It doesn't let you… » 11/30/06 11:37am 11/30/06 11:37am

Teac CD-X10i and MC-DX22i NXT-enabled CD Players With iPod Dock

These two ultra-thin CD players from Teac not only include two Hollywood-actress-slim speakers and a subwoofer, they also include an iPod dock. The CD player supports regular CDs along with MP3 CDs, CD-R and CD-RW discs. An AM/FM tuner also allows you to listen to the barren wasteland known as drive-time radio now… » 8/11/06 5:00pm 8/11/06 5:00pm