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Dennis Hissink : August 15th 2003 - 16:56 CET

Go Wireless with Concord's Bluetooth camera


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ConcordThe Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless is the first 2 MP Bluetooth enabled digital camera in the market. Designed with convenience in mind, the Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless transmits images to compatible Bluetooth devices such as mobile phones, PDAs and computers and as the name implies, no wires or cables are necessary for transmission. Sending images has never been easier. The Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless can beam an image to most Bluetooth devices that support OBEX and are able to receive, process and display a JPEG image. With over 1,800 members in the Bluetooth consortium, the number of Bluetooth devices in the market is increasing. The Eye-Q Go Wireless camera transmits pictures from as far away as 30 feet and no direct line of sight is necessary.
It is even possible to transmit an image through office walls. The camera can detect up to seven Bluetooth devices at a time allowing the user to select the device to which to transmit.

Sending images to a Bluetooth enabled device requires just a few button presses and no cable connections. Bluetooth technology combined with a simple and intuitive user interface provides consumers with the simplicity they demand.

The Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless is packaged with a Bluetooth adaptor which will allow the user to transform their Microsoft Windows based laptop or computer into a Bluetooth device. It's simple. Just install the Bluetooth driver and plug the adaptor into the USB port and the computer is now able to receive pictures from the Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless.

The camera can store over one hundred images in its 7MB of internal memory but also has an SD/MMC card slot for additional storage options. The camera also features a 4x digital zoom and preset scene selections for flexible picture taking. The camera offers three focus modes to insure great pictures at any distance, macro for close-up images, portrait for group photos and infinity for scenic views. Video clip capability allows users to capture special moments while the web camera feature is perfect for business and personal activities. The user can select between 2 Megapixel, 1 Megapixel or VGA resolution images.

The Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless digital camera is compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE, 2000 Professional, ME, XP Home and Professional. Images can be transmitted to specified Bluetooth compatible devices. Please visit Concord's web site at www.concord-camera.com for an up to date list of compatible devices.

Weighing in at only 4.5 ounces and having a compact 3.44 inch length, the Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless is pocket-sized and easily accessible any time you would like to snap a picture.

The Concord Eye-Q Go Wireless is available now at a suggested retail price of $179.99.




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