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New Products from ICOON, Samsung, Teradici, Imation, Hewlett-Packard

Language dictionary, PC-over-IP/display, external hard drive, Mini Notebook PC.

by / March 31, 2009

Travel Light

ICOON's digital edition language dictionary is available for download to the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch for 99 cents, and will soon be available for RIM's BlackBerry. The picture dictionary provides easily recognizable symbols for travelers who are at a loss for words. More than 500 useful symbols are arranged into 12 common categories, including money, measurements, health and accommodations.

Remote PC

Samsung and Teradici present a thin-client alternative, the 930ND integrated PC-over-IP/display. The Teradici PCoIP technology lets PCs and workstations be managed centrally in a data center. The IT infrastructure comes with a blade server and IP address to easily access data from workstations. The 19-inch monitor offers 1000:1 contrast ratio, 5 millisecond response time and 1,280x1,024 resolution. The monitor also has two-way high-definition audio and DVI-out for a second display.


Outer Drive

The Imation 2.5-inch Apollo Expert UX external hard drive is portable and has 500 GB capacity. It has low capacity/data activity indicator lights, built-in sleep mode for energy conservation and one-touch, backup sync buttons with backup software. It's equipped with an integrated swivel stand and is compatible with PCs and Macs. The drive is also available in 250GB or 320GB capacity.


Mini C

The Hewlett-Packard Mini 2140 Notebook PC includes a 10.1-inch scratch-resistant HP Illumi-Lite LED display in either standard 1,024x576 or high-definition 1,366x768 resolution. The computer's Intel Atom processor N270 has 1.60 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache and 533 MHz FSB. It comes with a VGA webcam, Wi-Fi-certified WLAN and optional Bluetooth 2.0. The keyboard is 92 percent the size of a standard-size keyboard. Hard-drive options include a 160 GB SATA drive or 80 GB solid-state drive.

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