Toshiba officially announced its Gigabeat Flash DAP today at CES, along with two other nice suprises. The first is the Gigashot camcorder that shoots MPEG-2 video and records it onto a built-in 30GB or 60GB hard drive. There are SD expansion capabilities as well. Shoot up to 27 or 55 hours of video with multiple recording modes including SHQ, HQ, SP, and LP. You'll be able to take 2MP still shots, and sync it with other Toshiba equipment. It's being released in March—$799 for the 30GB model and $999 for the 60GB model.
Second, we have the Gigastyle RD-XS55 DVD Recorder with 250GB of storage for video. It can burn DVDs right from the Gigashot or from a laptop. Ethernet is included for streaming media, and it has HDMI with 720p and 1080i output. One of the cooler features is the ability to remotely schedule recordings with e-mail. It's going to drop in May at a price of $599 (it will not support HD-DVD).