New Products from Tecom, iKey, Intermec and Samsung

New Products from Tecom, iKey, Intermec and Samsung

by / March 3, 2008

Speak Out
Tecom's TechPod multimedia lectern features complete audiovisual control in one unit, using a single, button-based control panel. The lectern includes its own computer with a DVD player and a document camera, VCR, public address audio system, an interactive screen, and lighting and projection screen controls. All controls are on the front of the unit, and users can write directly onto the presentation using the TechPod interactive screen and save those notes for session attendees.

Keyed In
The thin iKey SL-86-911-TP-FL keyboard measures 12.0x7.75x1.125 inches, and features a programmable emergency key, backlighting for low-light environments and an integrated touchpad. It's NEMA 4X and IP65 rated, so it's resistant to dirt, dust and spills. The keyboard is designed to serve various public safety applications, including as  an on-board police, ambulance and military keyboard.  

Print on the Move
The Intermec PB50 wireless mobile label printer produces labels, tags and receipts through Bluetooth and WLAN connectivity. The unit contains 16 MB RAM and 64 MB Flash memory. It prints four images per second at 203 dpi and can endure five-foot drops onto concrete. The rechargeable 14.8 volt lithium-ion battery provides 32.56 watt hours. It can be worn using a belt clip or shoulder strap, or be mounted in a vehicle. 

The Samsung S760 digital camera offers 7.2-megapixel images and 3x optical zoom. Movie mode lets users capture video in one of two resolutions: 320x240 or 640x480, at 30 frames per second in AVI (MJPEG) format. The camera is powered by two AA alkaline batteries, and includes options for resizing and rotating images, and adjusting brightness, contrast and saturation levels. 

Miriam Jones Chief Copy Editor

Miriam Jones is chief copy editor of Government Technology, Governing, Public CIO and Emergency Management magazines. She joined e.Republic in 2000 as an editor of Converge magazine.