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Product News: March 21, 2007

Product News: March 21, 2007

Kensington Si750m

According to the vendor, this device is one of the smallest, full-featured wireless notebook laser mice available in its class. It comes with digital tracking to optimise productivity and performance. The mouse combines a sculpted micro size and rubber grips with the precision and accuracy of high-resolution laser technology that works on almost all surfaces. Additional features include interference-resistant 2.4GHz wireless technology, and a smart mini-receiver which tucks inside the mouse and automatically turns off when it is stowed away to preserve power. The Si750m contains a green/red battery indicator light, while preventative power management provides up to six months of life on a single AA battery. The device comes with a one-year warranty.
Distributed by Ingram Micro and Express Online.
RRP: $89.95
Web: www.kensington.com

Logitech QuickCall USB Speakerphone

Capable of delivering crystal-clear and echo-free PC calls, this wing-shaped phone has a two-microphone array (one on each side) which can capture voices and sounds from long distances in a room. The vendor claims it is capable of transmitting the slightest whispers from metres away. The phone uses embedded Logitech's RightSound Technology, which helps eliminate echoes caused by a speaker and microphone in close proximity. Users can also plug a headset into the speakerphone's built-in auxiliary port. The phone connects to the PC via USB and does not require an external power source. Features include pick up, hang up and volume adjusting controls. Users can also mute calls. It is packaged with Logitech CallCentral software to give users the flexibility to choose which communications applications to use with the phone's controls.
Distributed by BJE Enterprises, Synnex and Ingram Micro.
RRP: $179
Web: www.logitech.com

ViewSonic VG2230wm

This 22-inch LCD monitor has been designed for multimedia and graphic users wanting a feature-rich device and design. With an ultra fast response time of 5ms, it uses ClearMotiv II technology to produce frame rates up to 200 frames per second. This enables digital HD broadcast-quality of full motion video. The screen has 1680 x 1050 resolution for increased clarity and clearer detailing, as well as high brightness and an anti-glare panel surface. The VG2230wm has a widescreenn ratio of 16:10, which is ideal for viewing multiple document windows, HD format video and multimedia files. Equipped with OptiSync technology, it supports both analogue and digital video input and can connect to numerous multimedia playing devices. It can also display both analogue and digital signals.
Distributed by Ingram Micro and Synnex.
RRP: $549
Web: www.viewsonic.com.au


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