Enermex Galaxy 1000W
After it debuted as a prototype in August last year, the world's first 1000W class power supply unit (PSU), the Enermex Galaxy 1000W, has seen several competing models from its rivals released before it could come to market. While these were based on regular four rail technology, Enermex has engineered its 1000W PSU to five 12V rails, which is an integral part of the upcoming revision of the EPS12V PSU design guide by Intel. The guide
specifies 1000W class PSU's as a must in order to best power Quad Core CPUs and Quad GPUs that will be on the market during 2007 and beyond.
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Konica Minolta magicolor 7450
This colour laser printer is built for high-volume applications and output. According to the vendor, it can produce a range of business and marketing materials on demand. The 7450 can handle a broad selection of media types such as reports, leafl ets, brochures, banners (up to 1200mm) and posters. An automatic duplexer and banner tray are available, providing the fl exibility of printing professional materials from A4 to A3+ in heavy stock up to 256 g/m2. The standard 350-sheet paper capacity can be increased to a maximum of 1850 sheets with up to three optional 500-sheet cassettes.
Available from Alloys International, Ingram Micro, XiT, Zeus Technology.
Infocus Work Big IN42
The Work Big IN42 is a new high-performance projector that the vendor claims for designed with both IT departments and consumers. For office environments, it comes equipped with networking options allowing administrators to check and control settings on their network of projectors using a Web interface. For consumers, an LED display provides instant feedback to answer user questions and show the working status while a keypad gives access to more than 90 percent of projector functions. Running volume doesn't exceed a whisper quiet 32dB. A 3000-hour lamp life ensures a bright, crisp image.
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This notebook travel pack contains several products that can be used with desktop and laptop PCs. These include a Webcam with 350K pixel sensor and microphone earpiece for use with messaging clients such as Skype, MSN Messenger and AOL. The product offers image resolution of up to 640 x 480 pixels, along with dual-swivel design. The travel pack also contains a portable USB 2.0 card reader, capable of reading SD, MMC, RSMMC, MiniSD and MicroSD cards without an adaptor. A four-port USB 2.0 hot swappable hub and mini optical mouse also fit into the travel pouch constructed from waterproof nylon.
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XFX GeForce 7900
Gamers will appreciate XFX's GeForce 7900 GS graphics card for its HDTV-ready features and world-class TV-out functionality up to 1080i resolution. As an SLI-ready card, it also enables gamers to run two graphics cards at the same time, for twice the performance. For those who like to live large, the 7900 GS features Dual DVI, enabling it to drive the industry's largest and highest resolution flat-panel displays. It also boasts a DVI to Analog Adapter
to convert VGA outputs to a DVI connector. The card features 20 pixel processors, seven vertex processors and 256-bit memory bus.
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Polycom VoiceStation 500
Polycom has released the VoiceStation 500 conference phone. Designed to be 33 per cent smaller than other Polycom models, it features the company's Acoustic Clarity Technology for full duplex group conferencing that minimises background echoes, word clipping and distortion. The VoiceStation 500 also has embedded Bluetooth wireless support enabling users to connect wirelessly to a mobile phone for conference calls, or to a computer for use with Internet calling services such as Skype. If Bluetooth wireless capability is unavailable, users can connect using an accompanying cable through an applications port on the phone.
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