Toshiba Gigabeat T400 Arrives in the US

toshiba t400 Toshiba Gigabeat T400 Arrives in the US

Just weeks after the Toshiba introduced the T401 to Japan, the Gigabeat T-series is now being launched in the US. The T400 (basically identical to Japan’s T401S) will possess all that the T401 has to offer aside from its wireless capabilities.

A considerable improvement from the U-series is the 2.4-inch 262k color QVGA LCD, with the ability to playback 5 hours worth of WMV. H2C decoding technology and a 1-bit digital amp filter compliment the MP3, WMA (DRM), WMA Lossless, and WAV audio formats by compensating for audio quality lost in compression and yielding a signal-to-noise ratio of 95dB.

The black Wi-Fi-less device with choice of a blue, orange, or pink color trim (and matching ear bud cable) carries a $120 retail value.

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4 Comments

Alex M on September 26, 2007 5:39 PM

not bad. im pretty sure this is a 4gb player. the battery is likely not removable but some people will manage. I feel that the zen is better though

atrax on September 26, 2007 10:16 PM

That thing is just ugly.

ashxcore on September 29, 2007 5:58 PM

I think it’s pretty cute…but that’s just about it.

Vinn on September 30, 2007 5:35 AM

I played around with this thing at Toshiba’s Digital Life 2007 booth here in NY. It’s not that bad, took me a minute to figure out how to use it. The interface is the same one from the Toshiba Gigabeat S, and the player is very thin. It feels pretty nice in the hand too. Sound quality was very good as well. The only real downside is the capacity, which is kind of low compared to where flash has been going as of late. C’mon Toshiba.

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