Motion Computing, Xerox, Tandberg, BenQ

by / July 31, 2006
Touch Tablet
The Motion Computing LE1600TS is a light, slim tablet PC with a touchscreen that sports an Intel Celeron M processor (1.0 GHz) or a Pentium M processor (1.5 GHz), integrated Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG and 512 MB RAM (upgradeable to 1.2 GB with Celeron and 1.5 GB maximum with the Pentium processor). The unit has a 12.1-inch resistive touchscreen and a 30 GB hard drive (60 GB optional). The tablet offers two USB 2.0 ports and weighs 3.1 pounds with the standard battery and 4.1 pounds with the extended battery. The tablet also features integrated Bluetooth and a 10/100/1000 Ethernet LAN controller with RJ-45 connector (Gigabit Ethernet).

Print Centre
The Xerox WorkCentre 7665 multifunction printer produces 50 pages per minute in color and 65 pages per minute in black and white. Its print resolution is up to 2400x2400 dpi, with a standard paper capacity of 3,260 sheets and maximum paper capacity of 5,260. The device's finishing options include hole punching, multiposition stapling, saddle-stitch booklet making and v-folding. Users can scan documents to e-mail, desktop and the network file server, and there are one- and two-line fax options. The WorkCentre's large full-color, stand-alone touchscreen makes it easy to select from printing, copying, scanning and faxing functions. Two black toner cartridges keep the system running longer between refills, and users can replace toner cartridges without interrupting print jobs in progress.

Video View
Tandberg's 6000 MXP Profile flat panel video-conference display, for medium to large groups, offers a 50-inch plasma screen, integrated 250-Watt digital amplifier and five internal speakers, and a PC input cable with integrated audio input. The display comes as a wall-mount with pedestal, and a wheel base is optional. An integrated, retractable storage shelf is included in the pedestal. Software allows users to view presentations and presenters simultaneously.

Mighty Mouse
The BenQ M310 Plus wireless rechargeable optical mouse includes a USB charging feature and requires no batteries. It features an ambidextrous style with an 800 dpi optical sensor, three buttons and a scroll wheel. A wireless receiver is stored within a compartment in the mouse itself and operates on a 27 MHz wavelength within radio frequency wireless technology bands. The mouse connects to computers via a USB port, requires no CD drivers and is compatible with Macintosh and PC systems.

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