If you have a notebook or other computer that lacks an HDMI output and you are really hankering to get the content from the computer onto the big screen in your living room, Sewell has the perfect adapter for you. The adapter is called the HDdeck USB to HDMI adapter and it is part number SW-31000.
AMD, Dell, Intel, Lenovo, Samsung and LG Display have announced plans to discontinue VGA connectivity on their products, with the ageing legacy connector expected to disappear from their ranges by 2015. Instead, they'll turn to HDMI and DisplayPort, which they argue will allow for lower power consumption - meaning longer battery life on portable devices - together with better image quality.
Amidst the other hot topic that seems to be taking over the Internet right now, BenQ has released a brand new camcorder that, for those who love some pico projectors, may be an interesting addition to their holiday wish list. Packing in the features, inside a bright orange shell, the new DV S11 camcorder is only lacking one thing: a release date for the United States.
Analog Devices has announced a pair of new low-power HDMI receivers that are designed to enhance A/V system performance for home theater fans. The new receivers are the ADV7611 and the ADV7612. Both receivers are very small and are designed to enable HD and 3D support in all sorts of entertainment applications.
Dell has refreshed its Vostro V13 low-price ultraportable and come out with the Vostro V130, a 13-inch notebook with new Intel CULV processor options, an HDMI port and Intel Hyperbaric Cooling technology. Priced from just $429, the Vostro V130 tips the scales at 3.5 pounds and measures 0.65-inches at its thinnest point.
Today, Matrox Graphics Inc. officially announced, and unveiled, their brand new Matrox Mura controller board, which the company believes will be a new benchmark for collaborative video walls. The company is already busy showing off their new creation at the InfoComm Asia 2010 event, which is taking place in the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center. And, with the device's ability to provide downstream and upstream on a single board at four times the performance of its closest competitor, we imagine that it's getting plenty of attention over there.
With its bigger-than-palm-size scale, you can't really call AAXA's new M2 projector "pico", but for a micro-projector it certainly offers reasonable specs. The $369 M2 supports an XGA 1024 x 768 resolution image at 110 lumens, and has 1GB of integrated storage together with an SD card slot and HDMI input.
Another day, another tablet. This time around, it's coming from Coby. The Kyros Internet tablet is a touchscreen device that's running Android under the hood, and there's a few features in the small package that may interest anyone out there who's not wanting to go the mainstream route. Unfortunately, it's not a powerhouse, so it won't be winning any rewards any time soon for the speed it possesses.