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PROJECTORS BOXLIGHT Corp.’s XP-8t LCD projector features 1100 ANSI lumens, and 1024 x 768 XGA resolution (compressed 1280 x 1024 SXGA). The 6.17-pound unit uses “digital realized interpolation” technology to render clear pictures, and offers HDTV compatibility, and component video input. Included digital keystone adjustment squares-up onscreen images, and users control the digital zoom imaging, and manual zoom and focus. Sony Electronics Inc. announces its new line of portable projectors: � The VPD-MX10 features XGA resolution (1024 x 768 pixels) and 1000 ANSI lumens. The 4.6-pound unit uses Texas Instruments’ digital light processing technology to display high-contrast images on a viewable area, measured diagonally, of 200 inches. It offers digital keystone correction of the projection, and a built-in scan converter, which accepts input from composite video, component video, RGB video and PC signals up to SXGA. It also includes a Memory Stick media port and a DVI interface. � The VPL-CS4 and VPL-CX4 feature 1000 ANSI lumens, the VPL-CS4 with SVGA (800 x 600) resolution, and the VPL-CX4 with XGA (1024 x 768) resolution. Both can project high-contrast images onto a 150-inch area. The 5.5-pound units include twin speakers, a front exhaust fan, digital keystone correction, and 4 X digital zoom. The VPL-CX4 accepts composite video, component video and RGB video input signals; the VPL-CX4 offers point-and-click control of a USB-connected computer, via remote control. � The VPL-CX11 projector provides 1500 ANSI lumens, true XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, and is USB-ready for daisychain connection to multiple sources. The 7.4-pound unit can display all video formats worldwide, out-of-the-box, on a 300-inch viewable area. HANDHELD SOFTWARE Timeslips for the Pocket PC Sage U.S. Holdings Inc. has teamed with Tom Thumb Software to develop the new Time to Time Pro for Timeslips, a Pocket PC version of Timeslips time and billing. It helps attorneys track and record their time and expenses while away from the office. Captured data can be downloaded to a computer to synchronize billing information. Squirrel Paste Blue Squirrel has released BluePaste, software that transfers text from a PC to a handheld computer. Users select text from e-mail, word processing documents, spreadsheets, Web pages and other sources, press a key, and BluePaste captures the information into a .txt file that can be edited in Microsoft Notepad. During the following HotSync, BluePaste converts the text to a palm Memo or Palm document and transfers the files to your Palm OS device. PHONES ESPN Inc. and Sprint have launched ESPN’s 2-Minute Drill sports trivia game on the Sprint PCS Wireless Web. Using an Internet-ready Sprint PCS Phone, customers have instant access to the game, which challenges players to answer rapid-fire questions from a variety of categories. To access the game, subscribers launch the mini-browser on their Internet-ready Sprint PCS Phone, and access “2-Minute Drill” under the “Games” category. ACCESSORIES RoadWired has introduced its Digital Daypack, a backpack for notebook computers, featuring an internal suspension system that “floats” the laptop in padded protection. The pack is made of 1050 denier Ballistic Nylon with a water repellent finish, offers 12 compartments and pockets, and an “expedition-grade” shoulder harness and waist belt. CAMERAS Sony Electronics Inc. Sony Electronics Inc. has introduced the DSC-F707 Cyber-shot digital camera, featuring a 2/3-inch 5.0 effective megapixel Super HAD CCD image sensor. It includes a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar lens, hologram AF laser focus assist, and “NightShot” technology enabling infrared photography. The camera offers a three shot, two frame-per-second burst mode, and MPEG movie modes. It ships bundled with MGI PhotoSuite 8.1, PhotoSuite SE 1.1, and VideoWave III SE software, a USB connector, an InfoLithium M battery, and 16 MB Memory Stick media. Sony also announces its line of FD Mavica digital cameras: � The MVC-FD92 features a 1/3.6-inch MP Super HAD CCD with 1.6 Megapixel interpolation mode, an 8X optical/16X precision digital zoom, and MPEG movie mode. The camera stores images on Memory Stick Media, or 3.5-inch floppy disks via a built-in disk drive. � The MVC-FD87 offers a 1/2.7-inch MP Super HAD CCD image sensor, and a 3X optical/6X digital zoom. Users store images to Memory Stick Media or a floppy disk via an optional MSAC-FD2MA adapter. � The MVC-FD75 provides 640 x 480 VGA maximum resolution, 10X optical zoom, and high-speed auto-focus. It also sports a 2X floppy disk drive. Kodak EasyShare Eastman Kodak Co. has introduced its EasyShare dock, a docking device for Kodak DX series digital cameras. Users place their camera in the dock and touch a button to download the camera’s images to a computer, while the dock also recharges the cameras’ batteries. The unit ships with a 7-volt AC adapter, a Kodak Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack, and a quick start guide. Canon EOS-1D Canon U.S.A. Inc.’s Canon EOS-1D digital camera has a 4.48 megapixel CCD sensor that uses RGB primary color filters and a 12-bit analog-to-digital converter for color reproduction accuracy. It offers a continuous shooting speed of 8 frames-per-second, for up to 21 consecutive frames, and a top shutter speed of 1/16000. The camera features 45-point auto focus, a 21-point evaluative metering system, compatibility with Canon EOS System lenses and Canon EX-series flash units. It includes a single slot for Type I or II CompactFlash memory cards.

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