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Mitsubishi, Dell, Intermec, Tangent

by / January 30, 2007
Kiosk Friendly
Mitsubishi's LDT321V 32-inch LCD monitor is designed for video displays and moving text in various public venues. The monitor's 1200:1 contrast ratio and native 1366 x 768 resolution are designed for great detail and depth of image. The monitor comes with scheduling controls for planning of on/off, presentation timing, image changeovers and more, and video displays can be seen through windows with minimal glare.

Blu-Ray Laptop
The Dell XPS M1710 notebook computer offers the optional Blu-ray optical disc format, which supports playback of high-definition feature-length films and offers up to 50GBdisc capacity, or more than five times the capacity of a dual-layer DVD. The XPS M1710 supports read/write capabilities across CD, DVD and Blu-ray Disc media. The notebook features either an Intel Core 2 Duo T7600 or Intel Core 2 Duo T7600G processor.

Tough Enough
The Intermec CN3 features integrated GPS and Bluetooth capabilities, as well as onscreen and hands-free turn-by-turn voice navigation. The device has 128 MB RAM and offers WAN voice and data services (including 3G EV-DO or GSM/EDGE), as well as an optional 1.3 megapixel color camera with flash. The computer measures 6.3 x 3.4 x 1.2 inches, and is rain and dust resistant. The CN3 comes with a QWERTY keyboard or an optional numeric keypad.

Long Lasting
Tangent's rechargeable Rugged Mini PC has a 40 GB hard drive, measures 9 x 7 x 2 inches and weighs less than 4 pounds. It includes either an Intel Pentium M 1.70 GHz or Celeron M 1.50 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM, expandable to 1 GB. The PC provides 802.11 a, b, g wireless LAN, and consumes 37 watts at 100 percent utilization, compared to a typical PC using 75-125 watts.

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