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Windows 7 RC May 5
Microsoft on Friday confirmed the readiness of both the Release Candidate for Windows 7 as well as a new approach the company is taking to support legacy Windows XP apps. The developer now says that its recently leaked Release Candidate will be available to MSDN and TechNet members on April 30th and that the public will get access on the promised May 5th date. The release is the last widely available test version before the final version and has changes to key elements like the taskbar, touchscreen control and other key features.
CitiDISK R258 recorder
Shining Technology has announced an addition to its line of tapeless recording and conversion hardware for video and broadcasting, the CitiDISK R258. Designed as a portable tapeless video recorder using high-capacity removable storage media, the device features a cartridge capacity up to 250GB which can hold a maximum of 19 hours of DV/HDV footage or 5 hours of HD footage. Users can attach the video recorder to most FireWire-enabled video cameras such as those from Canon, JVC, Panasonic and Sony. The device is offered in both traditional hard drive and solid-state memory configurations.
DeeJay Trim 4&6
Hercules has announced the DeeJay Trim 4&6, a USB audio interface built for professional DJs who already own a DJ controller. Recently showcased at Musikmesse 2009 in Germany, the audio interface provides users with a way to preview, talk over, and export their mixes. The device features 4 pre-amplified inputs each with a view-meter, a built in 3-port USB 2.0 hub supplied by an external power adapter, and a steel casing to help provide durability during regular daily use. DeeJay Trim 4&6 also comes with two available modes, a 4-input/4-output and a 2-input/6-output.
Voyager Pro headset
Plantronics has launched the Voyager Pro, its newest noise-cancellation Bluetooth headset. The device was first shown through a teaser web page from the company, where they displayed close-cropped high-resolution photos, but failed to provide information about the headset. Voyager Pro features two 3mm noise-cancelling microphones, acoustic echo cancellation technology, and comes with Sidetone detection for noise conditions to help users hear more of the voices and less background noise. The headset provides up to 6 hours of talk time or a maximum of 120 hours standby time.
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