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Lucidiom large LCD APM photo kiosk

Jasper Huitink : 2005-12-12 00:45:00
Lucidiom large LCD APM photo kiosk : Lucidiom Inc., creator of the original Automated Photo Machine (APM), unveiled its new countertop photo kiosk, the APM 1100 to help retail customers make high-quality digital prints quickly and easily. Featuring a 17-inch touchscreen, this APM (Automated Photo Machine) gives consumers a bigger view of their digital photos. Other benefits include an adjustable screen for viewing photos at any angle, an optional credit card/magnetic stripe reader so customers can pay for their photos right at the kiosk, and two USB ports for connecting directly to thumbdrives. The Lucidiom APM 1100 to Be Showcased at the 2006 International CES.


Iomega MiniMax photo hard drive for Mac Mini

Jasper Huitink : 2005-12-12 00:40:00
Iomega MiniMax photo hard drive for Mac Mini : Iomega Corporation, a global leader in data storage celebrating 25 years of business, today launched the perfect companion to the Apple Mac Mini computer: the exciting new Iomega MiniMax Desktop Hard Drive in 160GB and 250GB capacities. The stackable Iomega MiniMax Drive mirrors the look of the Apple Mac Mini computer and comes with twin USB 2.0 and FireWire data hubs, bringing increased data capacity, accessibility and flexibility to devoted users of the Mac Mini. Users can save up to 1,000,000 photos, 4,625 hours of music, or 375 hours of video on a single Iomega MiniMax 250GB drive. Multiple Iomega MiniMax drives can also be stacked together for even greater expansion capacity.


Home Network 300GB hard drive to store your images

Jasper Huitink : 2005-12-08 05:44:00
Home Network 300GB hard drive to store your images : I/OMagic, provider of data storage products, announced today the release of its EZ NetShare, a 300GB external 3.5" network hard drive. The EZ NetShare can be used for network storage in place of a server, and allows for the backup and sharing of data, music, photos or movies between an entire family or office of PCs. "The EZ NetShare drive is the user friendly solution to your high capacity data storage and networking needs," Now you can securely share storage space on a home or office network without a costly server. The growing popularity of sharing cable and DSL connections within the home creates a large number of new home networks that are perfect for this new technology.


LaCie Brick storage & backup hard drives

Jasper Huitink : 2005-11-26 11:50:44
LaCie Brick storage & backup hard drives : LaCie introduces a playful new set of stackable hard drives in vibrant white, red and blue colors: the LaCie Brick Desktop Edition (160-500GB) and Mobile Edition (40-120GB). For this unique range, LaCie teamed up with renowned designer Ora-Ïto to create colorful building block-shaped hard drives, making everyday storage and backup not only functional, but fun. Designer Ora-Ïto took one of his favorite childhood objects and created a hybrid hard drive that doubles as desk art. He chose primary white, red and blue colors to add vibrancy to everyday desktops. LaCie Bricks offer nearly effortless setup, and are ready to use seconds after removing from the box. They’re built to fit large amounts.


Hama DataSafe III SE portable DVD burner

Mark Peters : 2005-11-25 16:10:32
Hama DataSafe III SE portable DVD burner : DataSafe III SE is the name of the portable DVD burner that Hama presents as the successor to the model introduced last spring. Thanks to a new chip technology, the compatibility of the burner has been improved and at the same time the burn speed has been increased. The DataSafe burns the data of most common memory card types on DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW and CD-R/-RW, and is also a mobile DVD, MP3 and media player for the formats JPEG, MPEG 1 and 2, as well as being a USB 2.0 MultiCard reader. The powerful Ii-Ion rechargeable battery provides for long-lasting use when travelling. Once connected to your computer via USB, the DataSafe III SE is recognized as an external DVD burner and card reader.


LightGate technology

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-11-10 00:00:33
L International announces LightGate technology : L International Computers Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary, Liebermann Inc., the world's leading manufacturer high-performance computers and personal technology, is proud to announce the successful development of LightGate Technology for DLP (Digital Light Processing) base front and rear projection display devices and applications. A revolutionary design in the light path for Texas Instruments' DLP front and rear projection light engines, LightGate dramatically adds to the capability of ultra-high contrast ratio image enhancements, superseding that of motion picture film into true next-generation world-class image quality.


Panasonic Blu Ray disc drive

Mark Peters : 2005-10-18 00:40:00
Panasonic Blu Ray disc drive : Panasonic, the leading brand for which Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. is best known, today announced that the company will introduce Blu-ray Disc (BD) drives for notebook and desktop computers that can write and read single- and dual-layer BDs as well as all types of recordable DVDs and CDs. The drives, the first of their kind in the world, will become available for personal computer manufacturers by spring 2006 along with the new non-cartridge BDs (bare disc) with storage capacities of 25 GB and 50 GB. As one of the developers of the BD standard, Panasonic is leading the way to bring the next-generation optical disc format into widespread practical use.


Photo Fine Chromarich LCD developed by Sanyo Epson

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-10-18 00:35:00
Photo Fine Chromarich LCD developed by Sanyo Epson : Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corporation (Sanyo Epson) has announced the development of three new high-resolution LCDs featuring "Photo Fine Chromarich" technology that achieves more than 100% coverage of the NTSC color gamut. Mass production of the displays will commence in early 2006. The fusion of telecommunications and broadcasting through digitization and the seamless integration of cable and mobile communication have raised expectations for next-generation mobile devices. Consumers hope such devices will bring more convenience, richer content, and wider service coverage. There is particularly increasing demand for LCDs with more than just a nice display.






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