Archive for Sep 25, 2008

Dell M109S DLP Micro Projector reviewed: Mobile Pro’s Dream

Dell M109S DLP Micro Projector reviewed: Mobile Pro’s Dream

With power consumption at 34W, Dell's M109S DLP Micro Projector is never going to end up squashed inside a cellphone, but for the mobile presenter the 0.8lb device could be a godsend.  Capable of throwing a 858 x 600 SVGA image from either composite or VGA, Popular Mechanics have been putting a prototype of the M109S through its paces, and despite some color concerns come away impressed.

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Humanscale Switch Mouse is ergonomic dream for the ambidextrous

Humanscale Switch Mouse is ergonomic dream for the ambidextrous

The Humanscale Switch Mouse is definitely an ergonomic option for those seeking a computer mouse that does not exacerbate problems like carpel tunnel syndrome. However, this mouse's features do not stop at ergonomics.

In fact, it is called the Switch, because it can be used by both left and right handed individuals, making it an ambidextrous device. The ergonomic component rests in the adjustable nature of the mouse. It has a palm rest that can be adjusted for your comfort.

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Casio’s Quarter High Definition 2-Inch LCD has highest Pixel Density

Casio’s Quarter High Definition 2-Inch LCD has highest Pixel Density

Casio Japan has today announced an unprecedented high density two-inch LCD with 546 pixel-per-inch. The compact LCD uses a a-Si TFT (amorphous silicon thin-film transistor) color liquid crystal display combines with company’s proprietary HAST (hyper-amorphous silicon TFT) technology; boasts a higher resolution and a higher aperture ratio display with resolution of Quarter High Resolution (960x540). The QHD LCD module is capable to display 16.77milion colors and has a view angle of 160 degrees.

Apple iPhone 3G online purchase system launched: paperwork online, collect in-store

Apple iPhone 3G online purchase system launched: paperwork online, collect in-store

Apple have launched an online iPhone 3G purchase system that promises to shave a little time off of picking up a new handset.  While you're unable to fully order an iPhone 3G and have it delivered, what the system does let you do is enter your details, select your plan and basically complete all the dull paperwork, before dropping in to your nearest Apple store to physically collect the cellphone.

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