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Intermec, Belkin, Hewlett-Packard, Datalux

by / March 1, 2007

Cold-Weather Friend
The Intermec CV30 is a fixed-mount computer built to withstand dirty and dusty environments, freezing conditions and water wash-down procedures. It features a touch-sensitive, 6.4-inch full-screen color display that's heated for user comfort in cold weather. The CV30 includes an Intel XScale PXA270 processor running at 520 MHz and 128 MB SDRAM memory. It's 802.11b/g and Bluetooth-compatible.

Handy Hub
The Belkin Cable-free USB Hub doesn't require a cable to connect to a laptop computer. The hub links USB printers, cameras, scanners and other devices to a notebook wirelessly, from up to 30 feet away. The unit transfers data as fast as 480 Mbps for USB 2.0 devices. The hub lets notebook users roam by wirelessly connecting up to four high- or low-speed devices to the computer.

Global Mobile
The Hewlett-Packard Compaq nc6400 Notebook PC with integrated Cingular Wireless UMTS/HSDPA-based technology lets users connect in more areas at broadband speeds without a wireless hotspot. The notebook contains an Intel Core Duo processor T2300E 1.66 GHz 2 MB L2 cache 667 MHz front side bus, a 40 GB (5,400 rpm) SATA hard drive and 14.1-inch display.

Night Type
The Datalux Tracer rugged computer keyboard is designed to prevent accidental side impact key damage and unintentional key strokes. Used with in-vehicle computers, the keyboard detaches from its usual position between the driver and passenger, and attaches to the steering wheel for easier use. The keyboard is intended to meet the needs of public safety professionals and consists of 82 backlit keys for nighttime use, and immediately brightens in lowlight conditions. It's also sealed to keep out spilled liquids.

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