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Dell Offers Dual Processors

Dell Computer Corp. has unveiled the Dell Precision Workstation 530, with up to two Intel Xeon processors at 1.7 GHz. It features up to four GB of RDRAM, 292 GB of SCSI storage, and support for optional RAID storage.

Information: Reader Response no. 235.

FACSIMILES

OKIFAX 5950

Oki Data Americas Inc. has introduced the OKIFAX 5950 plain paper facsimile featuring a 33.6 Kbps modem, a 2.5-second-per-page transmission time, and a 1.5-second scan speed.

Its T.37 Internet Fax/Network Printer Kit allows users to send faxes over the Internet as e-mail attachments, and turn the unit into a network printer.

Information: Reader Response no. 236.

Plain Paper

Panasonic Consumer Electronics Co. has introduced three plain paper fax machines offering copier functions, two-line 16-character LCD display, 20-station broadcasting, and more:

* The KX-FP151 features a 50-sheet paper tray, and 10-page document feeder.

* The KX-FP155 offers a 14.4 K modem, 28-page memory, and digital duplex speakerphone.

* The KX-FHD301 includes a 150-sheet paper tray for legal and letter size documents, and 15-sheet document feeder.

Information: Reader Response no. 237.

IMAGING

KM-C1530 System

Kyocera Mita America Inc. has introduced the KM-C1530, a color imaging system that serves as a copier, scanner, and network printer in any LAN environment. It outputs 15 pages-per-minute, and offers 600 x 1800 dpi.

Information: Reader Response no. 239.

PRINTERS

Two Laser Printers

Samsung Electronics America Inc. has introduced two new laser printers:

* The ML-1210 achieves 12 pages-per-minute printing speed, at 600 dpi with a 66 MHz processor and 8 MB of memory.

* The ML-1650 offers 17 pages-per-minute at 1200 x 1200 dpi. It has a 166 MHz processor and 16 MB of memory.

Information: Reader Response no. 238.

VIDEOCONFERENCING

Hi-Lite S Light

Navitar Inc. has introduced the Hi-Lite S videoconferencing light, which provides soft, directional light of the proper color temperature for video-conferencing. Powered by an electric ballast, it offers diffused light from two fluorescent T5 lamps.

It can be rotated and tilted up to 180 degrees. Each track-mountable fixture ships with a 15-foot power cord, instructions, a safety cable kit.

Information: Reader Response no. 241.

Sneak Preview

Panasonic Consumer Electronics Co. plans an October. release of its DMR-E20 DVD video recorder. It digitally records MPEG2 video on DVD-RAM, or DVD-R discs. A "Time Slip" playback function lets users view a program while continuing to record it.

Information: Reader Response no. 240.

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