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Apple introduces iPod Photo

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-04 05:34:33
Apple introduced iPod Photo, the newest member of the iPod family that lets you take your entire music and photo library with you wherever you go. iPod Photo holds up to 25,000 digital photos alongside your music library and displays them on its stunning high-resolution color screen, allowing you to scroll through your photo library almost instantly using iPod's patent pending Click Wheel. iPod Photo lets you combine your music and your favorite photos to create magical slideshows on your iPod, and features TV-out for sharing your slideshows on big screen televisions and projectors. iPod Photo comes in 40GB or 60GB models which hold up to 10,000 or 15,000 songs, and its extended battery life gives users up to 15 hours of music playback.


Vosonic X's-DRIVE PRO VP3310 unveiled

Mark Peters : 2004-10-22 23:50:53
Cardmedia (Europe) Ltd, the official UK distributor for the manufacturer Vosonic, has announced the availability of the X'S-Drive Pro VP3310, a new Portable Storage Device with enhanced LCD display + MP3 player, which features a blue Backlight LCD display and support long MP3 filenames. Like the XS Drive Pro VP300, the Vosonic X'S-Drive Pro VP3310 combines all the X'S-Drive latest features; Fast USB 2.0 compatible interface, LCD panel to indicate detailed Working status, File transfer and battery power level. The Pro VP3310 allows the transfer of pictures and any other file from any memory card to its internal 2.5 inches hard drive. It displays on its 2.5 inches LCD screen detailed information such as the names of files being transferred.


Olympus MR-100 packs power into miniature package

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-21 06:10:56
Olympus introduced the m:robe MR-100 Digital Music Player, a smaller dedicated music player that delivers 5 gigabytes of storage for over 1,200 songs. At a petite size of just 3.5in. (H) x 2.0in. (W) x 0.6in. (D) and weighing a mere 3.5 ounces, the MR-100 is more compact and lightweight than the MR-500i and its minimalist all-black face incorporates a No-Button touch-panel interface with a monochrome 160 x 128 dot-matrix display with striking red LED. Like the MR-500i, concept introduction during the Photokina in Germany, the MR-100 has great ease-of-use so you can control the listening experience completely with adjustable EQ, and simply search and customize your playlists.


Olympus brings the photo album to life

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-13 16:29:59
Printing and archiving digital photos whilst on the go just got easier. There's no need to lug a laptop around any more or wait until you get home to print or share pictures. Thanks to the Olympus Easy Imaging System it is easy to take, share and store great digital pictures anywhere. The Olympus Easy Imaging System incorporates a digital camera, home printer, hard disk drive and in the future a DVD burner. It is astonishingly simple. Dock the components together and a comprehensive, but ultra-compact digital photography lab is ready to go. It's easy to use too, both the camera and printer are PictBridge compatible, so prints can be instantly developed without the need for a PC.


SanDisk unveils new portable Digital Music Players

Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-12 15:44:20
SanDisk Corporation today introduced the SanDisk Digital Audio Player, a small, portable player that uses embedded flash memory instead of a rotating hard drive and plays for up to 15 continuous hours on a single AAA battery. The new Digital Audio Players combine crystal-clear sound with a sleek design and sport a three-button/one-joystick design and easy-to-navigate user interface. They feature MP3, Windows Media file and Windows Media-based DRM file playback, FM radio and voice recording and can double as a USB data storage device. Because the players have the ability to play Windows Media-based DRM files, they can be used with any of the popular music purchase sites, such as Musicmatch music store.


DIWA Awards ceremonies during Photokina

Mark Peters : 2004-10-08 15:12:03
LetsGoDigital, member and co-founder of the DIWA Awards organisation, was honoured to be part of the DIWA Awards ceremonies during the Photokina 2004. As a representative of the DIWA (Digital Imaging Websites Association), a world-wide organisation of collaborating websites, together with Kai Thon, Norwegian co-founder and owner of the website DigIT and Eric Kaper, General Manager of the DIWA Awards we handed over several Awards to a number of key players in the Digital Imaging industry. During the press day of the Photokina, we have issued a DIWA Gold and two DIWA Silver Awards to Canon Europe. The Canon PowerShot Pro 1 was awarded with a gold medal, in recognition of its overall qualities, performance and value.


Olympus showed new concept m:robe during Kina

Mark Peters : 2004-10-07 18:49:51
We were able to have a closer look at a new concept Olympus introduced. The official specifications are still not unveiled, but will be unveiled later in October. This concept is interesting and has some promising features. Music and images are such an important part of memory. Out of nowhere a piece of music can set the pulse racing with vivid memories of life's most potent moments, while a picture can paint a 1000 words. By combining the two the Olympus m:robe allows you to capture and remember events in an evocative manner. The m:robe is a digital camera, image viewer and a music player all in one, so it's easy to combine personal pictures with the tunes that make the difference between a picture and a memory.


SanDisk unveils new Digital Photo TV Player

Mark Peters : 2004-09-29 09:00:00
SanDisk today introduced the SanDisk Photo Album, a compact, sleek and easy-to-use device that lets consumers display digital still pictures or video clips on their TV sets and even attach soundtracks to slide shows. Using any one of eight flash memory card formats as well as portable USB flash drives, the unit also enables consumers to play MP3 music files on their home audio systems. The media player was launched at a SanDisk press conference during the Photokina 2004 imaging trade show, where the company is exhibiting products in Hall 1.2, Aisle A, Booth 059 of the Photokina. The SanDisk Photo Album (SPA) allows consumers to bypass their computers entirely when storing, organizing and viewing images from a digital camera.






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