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Explay Colibri Compact Mobile Module

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech

Colibri Projector ModuleTiny, tiny, tiny. Explay’s Colibri module is a compact mobile projector that can handle VGA, WVGA or SVGA resolutions. The device is all of 24 x 28.6 x 7mm and draws 1.3W power. It will be placed in Explay’s OiO which features 2.5 hrs of usage and pictures from 7 to 70-inches. The projector can be placed from 20 to 200cm away from either a flat or curved surface, thanks to its “Always Focus” technology.

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Eizo FlexScan S2432W-H Monitor

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: PC / Laptop, Peripherals

FlexScan

Japan’s Eizo’s new 24-inch LCD monitor uses the DisplayPort video standard. With a 1920x1200 resolution and a contrast ratio of 1000:1, the FlexScan S2432W-H has both an HDCP compatible DVI-D and a VGA port. EcoView automatically adjusts the monitor’s brightness according to ambient light. The display has built-in speakers, 2 USB jacks, and can turn left, right, tilt and rise 3.2 inches while the viewing angle remains 178ยบ. The FlexScan’s release date is December 5 in Japan with a $960.00 price.

 

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Dell Pharos-Branded Traveller Smartphones

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cell Phones, GPS, Handhelds, Rumors

Dell TravellerWhen something like this comes out we just have to share. Rumor has it that Dell has gotten together with Pharos in an effort to jump on the smartphone bandwagon with the Traveller 117 and 127. Each has Windows Mobile 6.1, QWERTY keyboard and 7.2 Mbps HSDA support. They also have VGA video call capability, a 2 megapixel cam, and four hours of talk time and 200 standby. While the Travellers may have some awesome GPS capability, we don’t think Apple or RIM have too much to worry about.

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StarTech USBVGADOCK

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Accessories, USB, PC / Laptop

USBVGADOCKStarTech’s USBVGADOCK converts a single USB 2.0 port into multiple connections, including a VGA, 10/100 RJ45 network, dual audio, and four extra USB 2.0 ports. It has a 1600x1200, 32 bit resolution on a connected VGA monitor. Think of the advantage of switching between your notebook and home desktop PC with the disconnection of only one cord. The converter/adapter is available from the company for $129.99.

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