Kodak invites consumers to unlock the photos and documents stored in their Smartphones with its new Kodak ESP 7250 All-in-One (AiO) Printer. Featuring easy-to-use wireless capabilities, an intuitive control panel and the lowest total ink replacement cost in the industry, the new Kodak ESP 7250 helps you share and print your mobile life for less, saving consumers an average of $110 a year on ink based on as few as four pages per day. Kodak knows that on-the-go lifestyles need easy solutions, such as the ability to print and share without turning on a computer. The Kodak ESP7250 can print documents and photos directly from Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry smartphones.
SanDisk Corporation unveiled its next-generation of flash memory-based solid-state drives (SSD) to support the evolving needs of designers, manufacturers and users in the exploding netbook market - SanDisk pSSD. The new SanDisk pSSD-P2 and SanDisk pSSD-S2 SSDs have capacity and performance for more full-featured netbooks which require a robust operating system. Designed as drop-in replacements for hard-disk drives (HDDs), SanDisk’s new second generation module has a SATA interface to meet new netbook design requirements. The SATA interface offers a significant boost in performance rendering these SSDs faster than HDDs in critical aspects. Booting and launching applications takes just half the time of an HDD.
PPC, the proven leader in the design & manufacture of connectors for the tele-communications, satellite and wireless industries with the most patents in connector technology worldwide, announced that it will be debuting the first HDMI locking cable available on the market, the “PPC Locking HDMI Cable,” at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2009), held this week in Las Vegas.
Tenqa, a consumer electronics brand centered on eliminating the wires between you and your music, will unveil its new line of Bluetooth technology based Wireless Headphones, Wireless Speakers, Wireless Audio Transmitters, and Wireless Car Speakerphones at the 2009 International CES consumer electronics show January 8-11, 2009 at Booth 15744 in Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Imagine walking up to a new office device, placing an object inside, and seconds later walking away with a professional photo for immediate use in all print, web and email communications. Taking its name from "facsimile", the Photosimile 5000 is the next generation imaging device for the office. This PC-controlled desktop photography studio integrates a 28 x 28 x 28" light box (featuring 6500K daylight bulbs, an automated camera positioning system and a built-in 3D turntable) with a Canon digital camera and powerful workflow software to simplify and automate business photography. With Photosimile 5000, anyone can create professional, shadow-free pictures ideal for web, print and daily business communication.
Kingston announced it is expanding its line of USB Flash drives with the introduction of the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX model. Designed for ultra-fast read/write speeds and lower price points, respectively, the Kingston HyperX drive is available in capacities up to 8GB. "Taking its cue from our HyperX line of industry-setting high-speed memory modules for gamers, enthusiasts and overclockers, the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX offers exceptionally fast read and write speeds," said Joe Teng, Flash memory product manager, Kingston. The new Kingston DT HyperX USB drive is backed by a five-year warranty and free 24/7 technical support. Prices: $74.00 for 2GB up to $266.00 for the Kingston HyperX 8GB model.
JVC announced a new in-ear Bluetooth stereo headset for hands-free calling and music listening. The HA-W700BT offers superb stereo sound combined with excellent isolation, and up to 11 hours of use from the built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery. For compatibility with a wide range of mobile phones and other devices, the HA-W700BT supports Bluetooth version 2.0 and Bluetooth profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HFP and HSP. Sound quality from the in-ear canal phones is assured with the 11.0 mm neodymium driver units delivering a frequency range of 10Hz to 23kHz.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, Logitech unveiled the Harmony One advanced universal remote control, marking a significant leap in the evolution of the best-selling line of Harmony remotes. Offering the same one-touch, activity-based control as other Harmony remotes, the Harmony One makes controlling home entertainment even easier with a full-color touch screen, an intuitive button layout and an exceptionally comfortable user-friendly design. The product has received the CES 2008 Design and Engineering Award: Best of Innovations in Home-Entertainment Accessories.