New Products from Epson, Canon, Gyration

Label printer, security camera, compact and full-size keyboards.

by / October 29, 2013

Keyed Up 

The 88-key Gyration Classic Compact Wireless Keyboard and the 101-key Gyration Classic Full-Size Wireless Keyboard feature sculpted keys, tactile-response typing, dedicated multimedia and Internet browsing keys, and an extended wireless range of up to 100 feet. They are Windows and Mac OS X compatible and have a 2.4 GHz RF USB receiver. The full-size keyboard uses four AA batteries, and the compact keyboard uses four AAA batteries.

Eye on You

The Canon VB-H610VE Full HD Vandal-Resistant Fixed Dome IP Security Camera features a clear polycarbonate dome mounted to an aluminum body. The unified enclosure has a dust- and water-resistance rating of IP66 and is designed to absorb violent impacts, or for use in areas that may be subject to abuse, such as correctional facilities, public transportation centers, shopping malls and schools. An optional heater allows the camera to be used in temperatures down to -22 degrees F. The VB-H610VE also features a built-in 111-degree wide-angle 3x optical zoom lens for clear, high-quality images and can capture potentially crucial image detail in low-illumination environments.

Label Maker  

For vibrant, full-color labels, Epson America Inc. introduces its ColorWorks TM-C3500 Label Printer with Just In Time Color Labeling. The ColorWorks TM-C3500 system is designed to meet the needs of users producing labels for high-mix, low-volume applications that require multiple label variations. The printer produces labels at up to four inches per second with high image resolution.

The addition of black ink increases the range of color users can reproduce. The ColorWorks TM-C3500 is compact and supports all major label software applications. Easy installation and maintenance lets users monitor ink supply levels on an LCD and oversee multiple network printers in a system.


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.

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