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Extending multimedia capabilities

Toshiba has announced the Tecra 750DVD, a notebook developed for users with videoconferencing and multimedia requirements.

The unit's features include DVD video playback with MPEG-2 decoding that, according to Toshiba, is "cutting edge", as well as Dolby Digital AC-3 sound support and 3D graphics.

Bruce Lakin, general manager, Information Systems Division at Toshiba, said "the Toshiba Tecra 750DVD notebook offers a number of advantages to mobile customers, including dramatically increased storage capabilities and enhanced graphics support for presentations."

The Tecra 750DVD boasts storage capacity up to 15.9Gb, a 233MHz Pentium with MMX technology, 13.3in display, S3's ViRGE MX 3d graphics accelerator and 4Mb of synchronous GRAM video memory.

Toshiba's Tecra 750DVD is shipping with an RRP of $11,459, and carries a three-year warranty. For more information on the Toshiba Tecra 750DVD contact:

Toshiba

Tel (02) 1800 021 100

Fax (02) 9415 4088

A bubblejet printer with oomph

Intelligent Technologies is shipping the Axis PrintPoint 140 BJC, a dedicated inkjet print server that has been developed in association with Canon.

Designed for users requiring a shared printing solution at a low cost, the PrintPoint 140 BJC features: support for Netware, all Windows platforms, OS/2 LAN server and LANtastic; high throughput; a three-year warranty; bi-directional communication for printer status info; and support for NetBIOS/NetBEUI and TCP/IP.

Ian Degarnham, managing director of Intelligent Technologies, said: "compared with other methods of networking bubblejet printers, this solution requires little technical knowledge for installation and operation and is easily justifiable in any technology budget, no matter how small."

Axis PrintPoint 140 BJC carries an RRP of $399. For further information contact:

Intelligent Technologies

Tel (02) 9891 6611

Fax (02) 9891 5532

The lazy Lotus

Lotus Development is shipping Domino Fax Server 4.5, which, according to the company, makes sending faxes as simple as sending e-mail.

Domino Fax Server 4.5 permits users connected to a LAN to send and receive faxes without a desktop modem connection. Users can send faxes and attachments from a Web browser or from any Windows application.

Lotus' product marketing manager, Alistair Cloke, says "by merging faxes and e-mail into a central system we've completely cut the complexity of handling faxes. Now there's no more queuing to send faxes, losing inbound faxes, forgetting to track ISD faxes for billing or having to send e-mail and faxes to a list of people as two separate tasks."

Domino Fax Server 4.5 is Windows NT 4.0-compatible and carries an RRP starting at $4081.

For more details contact:

Lotus Development

Tel (02) 9350 7700

Fax (02) 9299 3805

INFO: www.lotus.com

HiJaak controls your graphics

Software publisher IMSI has announced two new graphics titles: HiJaak Graphics Suite 95 and HiJaak Pro.

HiJaak Graphics Suite 95 has been designed for the small office and home market, and provides a set of graphical tools to assist in the creation of documents and presentations. The program's key features include 10,000 clip art images, sketching and drawing tools, slideshow presentations and support for 75 graphics formats.

HiJaak Pro is a 32-bit toolkit developed for the grpahics professional. It enables end users to trace, view, convert, render and enhance graphics and supports 85 file formats including raster files, vector files and 3D files.

Both applications support the Windows 95 platform.

HiJaak Graphics Suite 95 is available for an RRP of $69.95, while HiJaak Pro carries an RRP of $169.95. Both applications are available through the distributor Dataflow.

Dataflow

Tel (02) 9417 9700

Fax (02) 9417-9797

INFO: www.imsisoft.com


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