Dell Rolls Out Latitude C400
Dell Computer Corp.'s new Latitude C400 notebook computer features Intel Corp.'s new Mobile Pentium III-M processor at up to 1.20 GHz, and Intel's 830M chipset with integrated UMA video graphics, a 12.1-inch XGA display, and 128 MB PC133 SDRAM. The magnesium alloy-encased unit has Ethernet connections, and an optional internal TrueMobile 802.11b wireless mini-PCI card. An optional high capacity battery pack provides up to seven hours of battery life.
Reader Response no. 200.
The Table Tote
The Table Tote, from PC Tables L.L.C., is a portable table for laptops.
It weighs less than three pounds, and unfolds to a height of up to 36 inches, with a work surface that extends to 18 inches.
Reader Response no. 202.
SLOVentures has released its e-leg, which provides laptop users with a portable workspace. It rests across a user's lap, and offers increased stability, improved battery life, and airflow to cool the bottom of the computer. Rubber bumpers keep it from slipping on flat surfaces, or marring finishes.
Reader Response no. 201.
Electric Fuel Corp. has introduced an in-car adapter for its line of INSTANT POWER chargers for cell phones and handheld computers. Users can charge their handheld devices using a car's cigarette lighter, or with a replaceable PowerCartridge.
Reader Response no. 204.
The Nokia 5510 phone features an integrated digital music player for AAC and MP3 music files, 64 MB of memory that can store up to two hours of music, and Nokia Audio Manager software that lets users create and change music libraries.
It includes a full keyboard, and incorporates multiple chat, multiple SMS sending, and the ability to send longer text messages. It also offers stereo FM radio, game controls for two hands, five embedded games, and 4.5 hours of talk time.
Reader Response no. 203.
Sprint has announced the nationwide availability of voice-enabled Driving Directions through Sprint PCS Voice Command. Users can listen to information on how to get from point A to point B for approximately six million street names in 50,000 U.S. cities, by pressing *TALK and saying, "driving directions."
Reader Response no. 205.
Visual CE and mEnable
SYWARE Inc.'s Visual CE and mEnable families of database development software now support the new Microsoft Windows-Powered Pocket PC 2002. Visual CE for Pocket PC 2002 includes pop-up word lists, grid control, macro programs, and more. MEnable for Pocket PC 2002 allows mobile users to easily access and modify server data in real-time.
Reader Response no. 206.
BOXLIGHT Corp. has introduced a pair of portable projectors:
The MP-41t provides 3500 ANSI lumens, 90 percent brightness uniformity, an 800:1 contrast ratio, and true 1024 x 768 XGA resolution (with compression up to 1600 x 1200 UXGA).
The XD-17k is a 3.3-pound unit offering true 1024 x 768 XGA resolution (compressed 1280 x 1024 SXGA), and 1100 ANSI lumens.
Reader Response no. 207.
E-Pen InMotion Inc. says its E-Pen is a regular sized pen that uses regular ink, but also simultaneously captures a "digital ink" copy of what's written, without using a digitizing surface or special paper. Users can e-mail handwritten messages as attachments or copy and paste their writing directly into the body of a message.
Reader Response no. 208.