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Lexmark International Inc. has introduced its Lexmark J110 inkjet color printer. In normal mode, it provides up to 16 pages-per-minute black and white and 10 p-p-m color. It has an eight-second time-to-first-print rate; and can print at 2400 x 1200 dpi resolution on photo paper. The printer incorporates Lexmark’s PerfectFinish technology to enable quality consistency on plain paper. Dell Computer Corp. has introduced its Latitude C500 wireless-ready notebook computer. It features Intel Corp.’s Celeron processor at 700 MHz, 128 MB SDRAM, 12.1-inch SVGA display, and a 6 GB hard disk drive. It ships with an integrated 56k v.90 modem, ATI Mobility 128 graphics with 8 MB video SGRAM, Dell’s Dual-Point technology, 24X maximum CD-ROM, and Microsoft Windows 2000. Eastman Kodak Co. has introduced its i800 series of production scanners. The line includes the i820 and i840 scanners which can simultaneously capture bitonal and color information in a single pass. The i820 and i840 also allow users to select subsections from which to capture information (e.g. photos on identification papers) while ignoring the rest. Kodak Digital Science Capture Software 3.5 auto-crops, rotates, sharpens, and indexes bar or patch code information while scanning color or bitonal images. Kofax Image Products has introduced its VirtualRescan 2.0, scanning software that automatically straightens, crops, and optimizes exposure for any combination of simultaneously scanned documents. It now supports TWAIN and ISIS standards. Keyspan has introduced its Keyspan USB 2.0 PCI Card that adds five USB ports to Windows and Mac OS computers. It is ready for use with forthcoming USB 2.0 peripherals and will operate at speeds up to 480 Mbps. It supports all USB 1.1 devices at the normal 12 or 1.5 Mbps. Sanyo Security Products Division has introduced its DSR-C100 digital video camera. It features 1.5-megapixel color CCD and a 10.2 GB hard disk that holds 17,000 digital images. Playback mode includes zoom functions up to 21 times and “watermarking” for digital editing protection.

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