March 1, 2006 By Miriam Jones
Canon's Realis SX50 liquid crystal on silicon multimedia projector measures 11.26 x11.18x3.78 inches, and weighs 8.6 pounds. The Realis SX50's SXGA+ (1400x1050) resolution images are made possible by a 1.7x ultra wide-angle lens and technology that includes the high brightness of 2,500 ANSI lumens and a contrast ratio of 1,000:1. The projector displays true 16:9 720p high-definition broadcast images, and converts interlaced 480 (NTSC) and 575 (PAL) video to progressive-scan imagery with special 2:3 pull-down conversion circuitry.
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The IOGEAR GFR202SD Universal Drive is intended for high-speed, bi-directional image and data transfer at USB 2.0 speeds, up to 480 Mbps. The drive quickly transfers images and data from (secure digital card and multimedia card) memory cards to PCs or Macs. Though it's specifically designed for digital cameras, it works with handheld PCs, PDAs, voice recorders and other mobile electronics. The drive also has hot swapping capacity for replacing PC storage cards without restarting the computer.
I/OMagic's EZ NetShare 300 GB external 3.5-inch network hard drive offers data transfer rates of 100 Mbps in network mode and 480 Mbps in USB mode. The drive can be used instead of a server for network storage, and allows backup and data sharing. The device connects to the network via Ethernet cable, the included NetShare driver software is then installed, and files and folders can be shared between users. The drive also provides password protection options for secure sharing of private data between users. The unit can also connect into wireless routers for wireless access to stored files. The EZ NetShare can also function as a stand-alone 300 GB external hard drive via its USB 2.0 high-speed connection.
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