July 31, 2007 By Miriam Jones
Kingston Technology Company's MobileLite, a 9-in-1 USB card reader, helps navigate multiple expansion memory card formats more easily when moving between mobile phones, digital cameras, PCs and portable media devices. The reader works with nine different memory card formats: full-size Secure Digital (SD); microSD; miniSD; SDHC; MMCmicro; MMCmobile, RS-MMC; MMCplus and full-size MMC. The unit is compatible with Windows Vista, XP, 2000; Mac OS (10.x and above); and Linux (2.4 and above).
Tangent developed the Rugged Mini Fanless PC for use in harsh environments. The PC's convection-based cooling design helps eliminate CPU and chassis fan failures, major sources of system failures in dirty environments. The PC measures 9.62 x 7.37 x 2.37 inches and weighs 4 pounds. Processor options include an Intel Celeron M up to 2.0 GHz, Intel Core Solo up to T1400 or Intel Core Duo up to T2600. The unit contains a 120 GB SATA/150 (maximum) hard drive and up to 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM memory.
No Ordinary Board
The Plus Vision Corp. M-115 Electronic Copyboard features four writing panels and a built-in 60-inch projection screen. Users can retrieve stored data from the board using a USB flash drive or a direct PC connection via USB cord. The M-115 allows printing of the board's contents in color or black and white using standard (compatible) inkjet or laser printers. Wall mounting equipment is included.
The General Dynamics Itronix GoBook VR-2 semi-rugged notebook computer features an Intel Core 2 Duo processor T7300 at 2.0 GHz and a shock-mounted 80 GB 5400 rpm standard hard drive. It weighs 6.2 pounds, with a full-size, spill-resistant keyboard, 13.3-inch display, external antenna connections and built-in GPS. The notebook is housed in magnesium alloy and stands 2.24 x 12.05 x 10.24 inches.
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