Product News: the latest products for the week commencing 12 September, 2007

Product News: the latest products for the week commencing 12 September, 2007

Apacer Audio Steno AU350

This compact and slim-lined MP3 player contains a built-in rechargeable lithium polymer battery which lasts up to 11 hours. It features a hotkey allowing users to switch between seven EQ modes including normal, pop, rock, classic, jazz, bass and treble. The player also contains a USB 2.0 interface and comes with built-in memory capacity of 1GB or 2GB. It is 7cm long and 2.9cm wide and has a spray print and aluminium made hairline finish keypad. Its tailored lanyard earphones reproduce original tones extremely accurately, according to Apacer, while its 15mm neodymium magnet Mylar speaker can reproduce powerful super bass and clear high-pitched sound. The AU350 also offers voice recording capability.

Distributed byBluechip Infotech.
RRP: 1GB - $58, 2GB - $68, 3GB - $98

Mitsubishi Electric SD105U

This entry-level projector offers high-definition imaging for bright, crystal clear pictures from PC, video or DVD resources. The SD105U offers true-to-life image quality through 1800:1 contrast ratio and 1600m brightness, sustained by 4000 hours lamp life (in low mode). To ensure the image appears correctly, the unit features vertical digital keystone correction which automatically adjusts and straightens the image after set-up. Ideal for the boardroom or classroom, the projector provides audio and visual connectivity options to ensure quality presentations. Instant Shutdown capability means users no longer have to wait for the lamp to cool down - they can just switch the projector off and stow it away. Built in security features include a Kensington lock slot and security hook, while password lockout capability protects the SD105U from unauthorised use.
Distributed by Also Technology, Todaytech, Multimedia Technology, Compu Wholesale and BMS Technology.
RRP: $969

Belkin Laptop Cooling Stand F5L001

This stand aims to prevent the user's laptop from overheating. Unlike other laptop fans that draw heat down to push it out, the cooling stand's fan takes advantage of heat's natural tendency to rise by pushing hot air upward and away from the laptop. The wave design also helps push heat through a channel and away. The device is powered by the laptop's USB port, wiping out the need for bulky power adapters. According to Belkin, its gentle sloping design improves typing comfort and helps reduce wrist strain. Users can also raise the height of the screen to minimise neck strain.
Distributed byIngram Micro, Cellnet and Express Online.

Canon Pixma iP90v

Combining quality and high-speed printing, the Pixma iP90v printer is designed for business people on the move. According to Canon, it has all the advantages of a desktop printer in a portable and lightweight design. Equipped with advanced print-head technology, microscopic 2 picolitre droplets of ink are fired on to the page, providing 4800 x 1200dpi resolution. It can also print colour copies at 12 pages per minute. This A4 colour printer is available with shockproof casing and weighs less than 2kg. Features such as infrared or optional Bluetooth allow users to print wirelessly while travelling, removing the need to connect a cable to a computer. It can also print directly from compatible digital cameras using PictBridge technology.
Distributed byCanon.

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