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5-in-1 ExpressCard reader
Griffin Technology today announced a new versatile multimedia card reader for notebooks: the company's new 5-in-1 Card Reader for ExpressCard Slot allows notebooks with the expansion slot to read/write to a variety of flash-memory formats, including the Memory Stick and Memory...
Daystar's XLR8 XtraView
Daystar Technology has introduced the XLR8 XtraView, a new video transfer solution for Mac OS X. This new USB 2.0 based, all-in-one package, integrates easy full-screen, "click and record" video capture with a fully native, fully universal QuickTime conversion interface. The result...
New Kodak EasyShare Z710
Kodak has released a new prosumer camera that the company says is a balance between image quality and features. Electronista reports that the "new EasyShare Z710 has the same 7.1-megapixel resolution as many more expensive compact cameras but uses a much larger Schneider-Kreuznach...
Intel chip to power iTV?
Apple's iTV media streaming device -- which was introduced on September 12th at the company's special event in San Francisco -- might use a new value chip from Intel which is set to launch within the same timeframe, according to Electronista. Walt Disney CEO Bog Iger recently confirmed the presence of...
Apple releases iTunes 7
Apple today announced iTunes 7, which it said is "the most significant enhancement" to its jukebox software and online music/video store since it debuted in 2001. iTunes 7 delivers new features such as the new album and Cover Flow views of music, TV shows and movies, enabling...
Archos 404 and 604
Early news has surfaced about Archos' next generation of media players. The company, which was one of the first to release portable video players, is set to launch a new line of players in September. An early look at both models shows some common traits: both have a 30 GB hard...
Students often look to consolidate features to save money; that's why countless numbers of them buy laptops that double as media centers or use their game consoles for watching DVDs. Dictionary creators Merriam-Webster know this and are gambling that at least some college-goers...
iFlip iPod video player
Memorex has unveiled the iFlip, its new portable video player for fifth-generation iPod owners that features an 8.4-inch LCD. The iFlip integrates speakers, a tilting iPod dock, and a lithium-ion battery to power the screen and speakers, according to iLounge. The device enables users to watch videos...
Audiocorder 4.8.0 released
Black Cat Systems has released Audiocorder 4.8.0, adding a Voice Timestamp feature that allows users to prepend a computer-generated spoken time and date to the beginning of a recording. Audiocorder allows Macs to act as sophisticated audio recorders, according to the company, functioning as a volume...
USB video capture device
Daystar Technology has launched the XLR8 ProView USB, a full-screen USB 2.0 video capture device for Mac systems. The XLR8 ProView USB delivers 29.97 FPS (frames per second) video via QuickTime, and accepts audio/video from any standard device through S-Video or standard RCA connectors....
USB VoIP Skype Calling Kit
Iogear today introduced its USB VoIP Skype Calling Kit (model no. GVI2065U). The kit creates a landline telephone environment for VoIP users, featuring a dial pad, microphone, headset and two audio ports. The dial pad plugs into any USB port, providing greater convenience and accessibility to those...
New Canon lenses, EOS
Canon today unveiled the 8.2 megapixel EOS 30D Digital SLR camera along with two new lenses for photo pros and enthusiasts, as well as the PowerShot S3 IS digital camera with a 12X IS zoom lens. The EOS 30D includes Canon's proprietary 8.2-megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor, powerful DIGIC II Imaging processor,...
Neuros 5G iPod companion
Neuros Technology International this month showcased its MPEG-4 Recorder 2, which is designed to provide content for portable video devices--such as Apple's fifth-generation video iPod. Video from TVs and DVD players can be recorded directly onto a Memory Stick or Compact Flash...
iPod video recorder debuts
iPod users everywhere will soon be able to record television content and easily play it back on their TV. Advanced Technology Office (ATO) today introduced the first--and only--video recorder for Apple's fifth-generation iPod, the iSee 360i. Users can...
Maxtor OneTouch III
Maxtor today announced a new family of Maxtor OneTouch III external storage and backup solutions. Due later this month, the line of Maxtor OneTouch III storage solutions range from capacities of 100GB to one terabyte (1,000 GB), providing easy-to-use, automated backup...
Newer Technology is passing along a savings of up to 10 percent on its products. The miniStack external storage solutions for Mac mini now cost $90 with no drive, $140 for 80GB, $180 for 160GB, $220 for 250GB, $260 for 320GB, $360 for 400GB and $480 for 500GB. All miniStack models feature high-performance...
IOGEAR KVMP switches
IOGEAR today unveiled its two- and four-port MiniView Symphony KVMP Switches, which are designed to use three or more computers from a single keyboard, mouse and monitor at USB 2.0 transfer speeds (480 Mbps). The switch also features a built-in Ethernet 10/100 switch,which can...
Canon PowerShot S80
Canon today launched its new flagship PowerShot S80 digital camera, which features 8.0 megapixels of resolution and a 28mm wide lens. The sleek, compact camera offers a large 2.5-inch LCD screen for easy viewing, a high-quality XGA movie mode, high-speed...
PowerLogix Cube upgrade
PowerLogix this morning began offering a new 1.5GHz dual-processor PowerForceG4 7447A upgrade card for the Power Mac G4 Cube. The card is available from Other World Computing for $480. The cards utilize the latest FreeScale PowerPC 7447A and include 512K of on-board L2 cache. As with all PowerForce G4...
LaCie d2 Extreme drives
LaCie has launched its fourth-generation d2 Extreme range of external hard drives. Capacity ranges from 160GB to 2TB in an "ultra-compact" metal enclosure. The drives offer transfer rates of 88MB/s per drive and 800Mbits/s per bus. The d2 Extreme offers FireWire 800, FireWire 400, and USB 2.0 connectivity....
AssistiveWare has updated KeyStrokes 3.6 ($300), which adds a new Tiger widget and a new game mode as well as improves performance; the on-screen keyboard provides virtually complete access to Mac OS X and all standard Mac applications for people who cannot use a keyboard and also provides advanced PolyPredix...
Apple offers free iPod
Educational customers who buy a Mac through September 24th will get a free iPod mini and a chance to save up to $480 when combined with their student discount. "Choose an iBook, PowerBook, iMac or Power Mac, then select your favorite 4GB iPod mini." Alternatively, stuents can...
MojoWorld, iCab, ...
MojoWorld 3.1 (free) improves productivity and responsiveness as well as brings three new features to the advanced rendering and animation product. Version 3.1 features native e-frontier Poser support, a new MorphGrid primitive type that lays a network of handles over an area of a planet surface, and...
Refurb iMacs, displays
Apple has added more refurbished low-end iMac G5s and Cinema Displays to the Apple Store. The company is offering the 1.6GHz 17-inch iMac G5 with 256 of RAM, 80GB, and a Combo optical drive for $1,100. The upgraded 1.8GHz model with a SuperDrive is $1,250, while the 1.8GHz 20-inch...
Apple has recently added the refurbished Bluetooth-enabled Apple Wireless Keyboard ($50) and Apple Wireless Mouse ($50) to the Special Deals section of the Apple Store. In addition, Apple continues to offer refurbished versions of the 1.8GHz iMac G5 for $1,300 (17-inch with 80GB drive and SuperDrive)...
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