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Feb 16 2008

Sony Ericsson’s new HSPA ExpressCards offer effortless high speed mobile data access, including GPS

Sony Ericsson launched its first HSPA 7.2/2.0 devices with the ExpressCard/34 form factor, the EC400 and EC400g. Both mobile broadband ExpressCards help busy professionals on the go to save time by enabling instant Internet access, regardless of their location. Sliding easily into a laptop’s ExpressCard slot, the EC400 and EC400g allow up to 7.2 Mb/s in download and 2.0 Mb/s in upload speeds. Additionally, the EC400g is equipped with an inbuilt GPS receiver, which automatically shows the user’s current location on Google™ Maps or a similar service or can feed into any other location-based service. Continue Reading »

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Dec 18 2007

Multi-Function Interactive Kiosks for Retailers – Source Technologies

Multi-Function Interactive Kiosks for Retailers - Source Technologies Source Technologies interactive kiosks feature an open, Windows® Embedded operating system that supports an unlimited number of applications, maximizing the value and usability for retailers. Its compact, modular design and field-installable components allow retailers to expand the devices capabilities within the field. As organizations grow and their business needs change, the kiosks flexible design allows them to add other functions quickly and easily.

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Dec 15 2007

The world’s fastest graphic memory from Samsung?

Published by BS under Hardware,Peripherals



 Samsung Electronics has announced that it has developed the world’s fastest memory, a GDDR5 (series five, graphics double-data-rate memory) chip that can transfer data at six gigabits per second (Gbps).

Samsung’s GDDR5, which will be introduced at a density of 512 Mb (16Mb x 32) chips, is capable of transmitting moving images and associated data at 24 gigabytes per second (GBps).

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Dec 15 2007


Published by BS under Features,Hardware,Peripherals,Storage

yego_usb.jpgRiData has released a new funny USB drive featuring two additional USB ports. The YEGO USB Drive is available in six bright colors (black, blue, green, orange, purple or yellow) and capacities ranging from 1GB to 4GB.

The pricing starts at $13.95 and goes up to $75.

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Nov 08 2007

Sony Ericsson Announces First USB Mobile Broadband Modem

Published by BS under Hardware,Networking,Peripherals

Sony Ericsson’s MD300 is a mobile broadband USB modem that connects your computer to HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, or GPRS networks. Continue Reading »

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Nov 07 2007

New Aurora Aluminium Keyboard from Enermax

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The new Aurora KB002U from Enermax is a stylish and cool looking looking keyboard featuring a hairline brushed aluminum design with diamond-cut edges. Continue Reading »

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Nov 05 2007

The New Apex 880™ USB Modem from Sierra Wireless

Sierra Wireless today introduced the newest addition to its USB modem product line, the Apex™ 880 USB modem. Smaller than previous models and sporting a new, innovative design and features, the Apex 880 USB modem is expected to be available for shipping in January, 2008. Continue Reading »

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Nov 03 2007

The New Laser Class 830i /810 Multifunction Facsimile Devices from Canon

Published by BS under Peripherals,Printers

Expanding the role of the traditional office facsimile, Canon U.S.A., the overall brand leader in the U.S. copier market, today introduced the facsimile-based multifunction LASER CLASS 830i/810 models for high-volume offices and workgroups. Continue Reading »

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Nov 03 2007

News from Transcend

Published by BS under Desktops,Peripherals,Storage

Transcend, a global leader in flash products and peripherals, announce the arrival of two new products:

  • the World’s Thinnest SD/MMC Card Reader S5
  • the High-Capacity 16GB SDHC™ Card Continue Reading »

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Nov 01 2007

WJR7080 UHF RFID Reader Module

Published by Bobby under Peripherals,Wireless

WJR7080 UHF RFID Reader ModuleWJ Communications announced the availability of the WJR7080, a compact PCMCIA Type II PC card form factor Gen2 UHF RFID reader module for Europe, optimized for handheld and mobile RFID reader applications. The WJR7080 is fully compliant to the European regulation ETSI 300 220 (869.525 MHz) and supports multi-protocol (ISO18000-6C and ISO18000-6B). Leveraging the capabilities of the proven WJR reader module family, the WJR7080 offers dynamic RF output power settings, two antenna ports, and WJs Application Protocol Interface (API) for all WJ reader module platforms. Current users of WJR RFID reader modules can plug-and-play the WJR7080 device without modifying their existing configurations; thereby, allowing their entry into the European market rapidly and in a cost-effective manner.

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