InFocus Corp. announced the SVGA LP240 and XGA LP250, the company's latest digital projectors. The LCD projectors include Projector Manager, software that enables users to control a projector from the connected PC, including presentation alteration, keystone correction, contrast/brightness adjustment and source switching. Both projectors are compatible with InFocus ProjectorNet, which allows IT professionals to monitor and control projectors across a network. The LP240 and LP250 retail for $2,999 and $1,999, respectively.
For more information, visit the company's Web site or call 800/294-6400.
DeLorme announced the XMap Handheld Street Atlas USA Edition, a complete mapping program for the entire United States that lets users view detailed, up-to-date street-level maps and directions on either Pocket PC or Palm OS handhelds. XMap lets users decide the type of maps and area of coverage they want on the handheld, and they can connect them to any NMEA-compatible GPS receiver and track in real time on street-level maps in real time. It includes a distance tool for point-to-point measuring and multiple zoom-in/zoom-out levels for viewing map details. Xmap also lets users bring topographic maps on most Pocket PC and Palm OS devices and is available for $39.95.
For more information, visit the company's Web site or call 800/452-5931.
Track Your Assets
NetSupport Inc. announced NetSupport TCO 4.5, asset-management software that takes snapshots of IT desktop assets across network platforms, including hardware, software, files, folders, and infrastructure devices. The install process can be recorded and distributed with the software packet for unattended software installation. It also contains a SQL database query tool for custom reporting of enterprisewide hardware and software inventory, Internet and application usage, help desk-ticketing.
For more information, visit the company's Web site or call 888/665-0808.
Intel introduced its LANDesk Mobile Manager, an add-on option to Intel LANDesk Management Suite 6.6, which provides comprehensive management support for mobile workers. Features include deploying and updating software applications on mobile devices; tracking software and hardware assets, version numbers and capabilities; issuing relevant corporate data in real time to remote workers when they synchronize; and extending groupware applications and corporate databases to mobile devices. Pricing for Intel LANDesk Mobile Manager begins at $64 per seat.
For more information visit the company's Web site.