New Products from IPEVO, Getac, Canon

Telescoping stylus, rugged tablet PC, IP security camera.

by / October 3, 2012

Stretch Stylus

The TS-01 telescoping stylus from IPEVO is designed for touchscreen devices such as the iPad and other tablet computers and combines a stylus and pointer in a single compact device. It measures 5.4 inches and extends to 15.2 inches. The stylus is made of bronze, weighs 21 grams and has an omnidirectional rubber tip that’s specially formulated for touchscreens.

Field Force

The Getac E110 rugged tablet PC includes an Intel Atom N2800 1.86 GHz processor. Users can hot-swap the battery — switch a battery out quickly for another while the tablet is still running. Housed in magnesium alloy, the tablet runs Windows 7 Professional and an integrated GMA 3650 graphics processor. The 10.1-inch high-definition display is anti-reflective, making it more sunlight-readable. The E110 can survive three-foot drops, vibrations, and can operate in temperatures from -21 degrees to 60 degrees Celsius.

Eye Up High  

Canon VB-H41 is a pan/tilt/zoom IP security camera with a 20x wide-angle zoom lens. It includes a privacy mask function to block sensitive locations (such as ATM keypads or computer monitors) from the cameras’ view while still allowing for a full range of motion. The lens offers 12x digital zoom, a wide 60.4-degree viewing angle and can capture potentially crucial image detail in low-light environments. A built-in SD memory card slot — which supports SD, SDHC and SDXC cards — lets users record still images or video during network outages, scheduled event triggers or manually through Admin viewer (VB Admin Tools reside on each camera’s Web server).


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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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