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New Year's wishes

Mark Peters : 2004-12-31 09:00:00
Like many others, at the end of a year, also the LetsGoDigital Team looks back on the past year. And, it must be said: it has been a fantastic year for LetsGoDigital with many heights and peeks, amongst them the French edition, the new lay-out of the website, clearer, better organized and improved, and of course the live reports from various shows. The year kicked off with the CES show, http://www.ces-show.com. The LetsGoDigital team brought to you the heights of this show, and right after that took off to visit the PMA show in Las Vegas. A live report can be found here: http://www.pma-show.com. Also a live coverage was reported from the Cebit show in Hannover, Germany, and of course from the Photokina, Cologne.


Lexar expands sales channels in China

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-30 07:06:25
Lexar Media, Inc. and Laser Computer Limited will commence broad distribution of Lexar digital media and accessories in the People's Republic of China. As a leading distributor in the region, Laser can leverage the strong product line of Lexar, in a region where digital media is growing at a record pace. "Laser is eager to begin distributing Lexar's JumpDrive(R) products, one of the best selling brands of USB flash drives in the world, as well as its award-winning flash memory cards," said Nicky Lo, Managing Director, Laser Computer Ltd. "To meet China's hearty demand for digital media products, Laser will be working closely with Lexar in establishing a significant presence for Lexar products in this vast country."


Merry Christmas 2004 - A small Christmas story

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-25 00:28:20
It's dark outside, very dark. People hurry through the cold to get their hands on the last X-mas presents. A digital camera, a memory card, these items will surely be found under the Christmas tree again this year?. We also hear people express their hopes and expectations like: "Will we finally have a white Christmas this year?" and: "When will we have peace on earth for everybody?". Christmas is a time for retrospection, for calling a halt to the hectic life and finding yourself again, for experiencing the miracle of the birth of an innocent child, that was to be a king one day. In the darkest time of the year, there is hope, there is expectation and light. The LetsGoDigital Team wishes you a very merry Christmas!


Sony launches Spanish language web site

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-21 15:21:17
Sony Electronics announced today the official launch of a dedicated Spanish-language web site. (www.sony.com/news/espanol) to provide the latest news and information about the company, its products and technologies to U.S.-based Hispanic media. Sony is the first major consumer electronics company to offer a Spanish-language site for press in the U.S. The new site is designed as a resource to help Sony and the news media better inform the Hispanic population, the fastest growing ethnic group in the U.S. With this new site, Hispanic media in the U.S. media will no longer have to translate Sony press information, enabling them to communicate more effectively and efficiently with their audience.


Welcome to Nikon Pro Online Winter 2004/5

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-17 18:27:22
Robert Cristina, Marketing Executive SLR Systems Nikon Europe: "The last few months have seen some significant news for professional photographers with the announcement of a replacement for the much-loved D1x and - what was a surprise for many - the 35mm Nikon F6. The new cameras underline what professionals have been telling us: that film continues to be used alongside digital according to the needs of the assignment or the client. The F6 makes this job easier by using a similar layout and menus so that digital and film SLRs can be used side-by-side with minimum interruption. Professionals also tell us that no two assignments or clients are the same."


Worldwide digital camera revenue reach $24 Billion

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-17 00:23:35
According to a new study from InfoTrends/CAP Ventures, worldwide digital camera revenue is forecast to reach $24 billion in 2004, and grow to $31 billion in 2009. The top three regions for digital camera sales in 2004 are Europe, the United States and Japan. The market is growing quickly in Asia and Rest of World regions (ROW). The digital camera market in Japan has entered the late majority stage of adoption, and the U.S. and Europe will enter this stage within the next few years. Meanwhile, Asia and ROW will keep growing, up from a combined 10% share of worldwide revenue in 2004 to 33% by 2009. Sensor resolution continues to be the primary specification that consumers rely on to compare the performance and quality of digital cameras.


Microsoft and Fujifilm team to lower barriers

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-15 11:42:21
In the midst of the busy holiday photo-processing season, Microsoft Corp. announced that it has teamed with Fuji Photo Film U.S.A. Inc. to connect millions of digital photographers with retailers for easy and convenient printing of digital pictures. Beginning this week, Fujifilm's Get The Picture Online service is accessible directly through the Windows XP Online Print Wizard, MSN Photos and Microsoft Digital Image Suite. This will enable consumers to order professionally processed digital prints directly from a Windows XP-based PC for pickup in as little as an hour at participating Fujifilm retail photo centers, including those at Sam's Club, Ritz Camera Centers Inc. and Wolf Camera Inc.


Panasonic brand replaces Matsushita Electric Co.

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-15 05:18:47
The Panasonic brand is about to go corporate. Matsushita Electric Corporation of America, the North American headquarters of Osaka, Japan-based Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., will soon formally take on its best known brand name as its corporate name. As of January 1, the company will be known as Panasonic Corporation of North America. "Panasonic is the name that customers and channel partners have known us by for years," said company chairman Yoshi Yamada. "We want to take advantage of the tremendous brand equity and good will that research tells us is built into the Panasonic name, so it makes great sense to call our company Panasonic."






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