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New ImageBank OTG from MediaGear unveiled

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-16 10:08:47
MediaGear Inc. announced the availability of its new ImageBank OTG that provides easy single push-button capability to store photos "On The Go" directly from a digital camera. MediaGear will exhibit the new ImageBank OTG at the Flash Forward Area, Booth #1, at CES 2005, in Las Vegas. ImageBank OTG is a self-contained, "smart" portable mass storage backup solution. You never have to worry again about running out of flash memory to take digital photos. You can quickly copy and store your digital photos by simply plugging your digital camera into the ImageBank OTG. Just push the copy button and the ImageBank OTG stores your photos directly from your camera at speeds up to 6MB per second.


MediaGear debuts new ImageBank DPP-TV all-in-one

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-15 19:50:42
MediaGear Inc. announced that it will debut its new ImageBank DPP-TV (Digital Photo Processing on TV), at CES 2005, in the Flash Forward TechZone, Booth #1, in Las Vegas. MediaGear has designed a unique All-In-One product called ImageBank DPP-TV that makes it easy to view, edit, print, and store digital photos. It is the first product of its type that allows digital photographers to process photos on TV in the comfort of their living room, without a PC. "Customers told us, that even though photographers can do many things with their digital images, most struggle with computer technology, and they feel that it's often difficult to get their photos printed correctly," stated Don Wallis, VP of Sales at MediaGear.






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