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BenQ Camcorder M22

Posted by: Luuk Jurrien Tuesday 29th, March 2011

Internationally - renowned provider of digital monitors, BenQ, expands the lineup of their camcorder product line today with the launch of their latest pocket - size 1080p Full HD M22. Picture - enhancing advancements with smart functionality and intuitive operation elegantly merged to work together in M22: AF Lock; Face Exposure Tracking; Touch Exposure and EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) are only few of its inexplicable features - all in existence to assist users record precious moments in life, professionally.

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Acer C112 PICO projector

Posted by: Rens Willemsen Wednesday 16th, March 2011

Acer introduces the C112 pico projector, enriching its range of ultra-portable projectors, an extremely light and ultra-compact device that can set you free from both notebook and cables for total projection freedom. Just find a screen where to project your photos or videos: with the Acer C112 pico projector you don’t need anything else. The C112 comes with an optional external battery that lasts two hours. You can place the projector in the best position to display fantastic visuals, relax and watch an entire movie without worrying about cables, plugs and power outlet.

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Asus LED Projector

Posted by: Rens Willemsen Monday 14th, March 2011

The Asus P1 LED projector offers a product intended for business and entertainment use with a compact size, a height of just 33mm, 200 - lumen brightness and a native resolution of 1280 x 800. It incorporates LED projection technology to help users reduce maintenance costs with its lamp lifespan up to four times longer than conventional projectors. Instant on/off capabilities and power input sharing with ASUS notebooks help make the P1 a great choice for all presentation needs.

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Asus Blu-ray player and devices

Posted by: Rens Willemsen Monday 14th, March 2011

New entertainment products from ASUS to include Blu - ray drives with advanced media format compatibility, 3D playback, smartphone remote control functionality and USB 3.0 - based high speed write performance. Also on display at the show are all - new active noise cancelling headphones, designed to provide high quality portable personal audio. Versatile Blu-ray players with comprehensive format support. The new ASUS O!Play BDS-700 Blu-ray player uses Qdeo video post-processing to deliver clear, vivid images in native high definition and upscaling of 480p DVD content.

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JVC 3D camcorder

Posted by: Rens Willemsen Thursday 3rd, March 2011

JVC today announced the world’s first consumer camcorder to offer 3D recording in Full HD, thanks to a new JVC-developed high-speed processor that can produce two simultaneous Full HD images. The new GS-TD1 uses two camera lenses and two 3.32 megapixel CMOS sensors -one for each lens -to capture three-dimensional images much the same way that human eyes work. JVC’s new high-speed imaging engine simultaneously processes the two Full HD images -left and right images at 1920 x 1080i -within that single chip. The newly developed “LR Independent Format” makes the GS-TD1 the world’s first consumer-oriented camcorder capable of 3D shooting in Full HD.

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Panasonic full HD camcorders

Posted by: Richard Smith Thursday 25th, October 2007

Panasonic announced two new High Definition video camcorders that match the growing consumer demand for large-screen, high-image-quality TVs and the continued evolution toward High Definition video. The new HDC-SD5 and HDC-SX5 camcorders employ cutting-edge imaging technology to capture video recordings that are breathtakingly clear and vibrant, especially when viewed on a high-quality, large screen TV.

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Creative ZEN music video player

Posted by: Steven Thomas Friday 19th, October 2007

Creative Technology Ltd., introduced Creative ZEN, the credit card-sized music, video and photo player with a stunning 2.5-inch colour screen that supports up to 16.7 million colours. The Creative ZEN is the first Creative player to support AAC music and unprotected iTunes Plus tracks from the iTunes store, in addition to MP3 and WMA formats. You can now listen to up to 4,000 of your favourite tracks that you have ripped from CDs through your iTunes software. The Creative ZEN can carry of up to 60 hours of video or thousands of photos, and it features a SD memory slot, so you can add virtually limitless additional storage capacity and easily bring new music, video or photos to the player.

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Zune portable media players

Posted by: Richard Smith Saturday 13th, October 2007

Underscoring the company’s vision for helping to advance the digital entertainment industry and deliver great music experiences to its customers, Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates and Corporate Vice President J Allard yesterday unveiled the next generation of Zune portable media players. The two new models of Zune portable media players feature the new Zune Pad, an innovative touch-sensitive button for navigating on the device, as well as wireless sync, a feature that allows Zune devices to automatically sync over the device owner’s home wireless network when it is connected to an AC adaptor, in a dock or speaker dock accessory.

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