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NOTEBOOKS LifeBook Update Fujitsu PC Corp. has released its updated LifeBook E Series notebook computers. The line features Intel Pentium III processor-M technology, with a 133 MHz processor system in the CPU and chipset. They are available with 1.13/1 GHz or 933 MHz processors, and 30/15 GB Ultra DMA 100 hard drives. A flexible bay allows users to swap out devices such as CD-ROM, DVD, CD-RW, DVD/CD-RW combo drive, floppy disk drives, or a second battery. They weigh 5.8 pounds and have a magnesium alloy casing. DRIVES PocketDrives LaCie Ltd. has updated its line of hot-pluggable, USB and FireWire-compatible mobile storage devices. By combining LaCie’s new FireWire-to-IDE bridges with ATA 66 disks, the new 10/20/30 GB PocketDrives provide transfer rates of up to 35 MB-per-second. LaCie reports that it has also introduced its new 48 GB unit, also capable of transfer rates of up to 35 MB-per-second. PHONES Sprint PCS Samsung Telecommunications America Inc. and Sprint have introduced the Sprint PCS Phone SPH-N200 by Samsung. The unit offers an improved “flip-up” form, reduced size, larger screen, and a new joystick toggle key, the companies note. An included personal information manager lets users input to do lists, and store important dates and appointments in English or Spanish, reports the companies. The phone also offers voice-activated dialing and includes the WAP-compliant mini browser Openwave 4.1, for e-mail and Internet access. PRESENTATIONS BOXLIGHT XP-60m BOXLIGHT Corp. has introduced its new XP-60m, a 5.7-pound, 1100 ANSI lumens portable projector. The new unit offers 1024 x 768 XGA resolution (compressed 1400 x 1050 SXGA+), reports the company. The projector also includes a manual zoom lens, as well as a digital keystone adjustment for one-touch image squaring. Lightware Pair Lightware Inc. has introduced its LS-8 and LX-8 portable projectors. Both units feature 800 lumens, a contrast ratio of 800:1, VGA, SVGA, XGA and Macintosh compatibility, and NTSC, PAL, PAL-M and SECAM video compatibility. They provide manual focus, a 130-watt, 1,000-hour UHP lamp, digital keystone correction, and 10X digital zoom. The LS-8 offers 800 x 600 SVGA resolution, while the LX-8 offers 1024 x 768 XGA resolution, reports the company.

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