Archive for October, 2011
Love getting all dressed up in a suit, and heading off to corporate meetings ? Well, then make sure you have the right kind of tablet device to go along with you, and an iPad is way too casual, while the BlackBerry PlayBook does have an air of authority, the lack of decent apps have proved to be its Achilles’ Heel.
Asus’ latest Eee Slate B121 business tablet will not suffer from that fate, as it intends to deliver power, portability and security features in a single device, targeting businesses, health care facilities, and other institutions as the market of choice.
The 12.1” Eee Slate B121 features the power, security, and performance that professionals need to get more done. Equipped with an Intel Core i5-470UM processor and a Windows 7 Professional operating system, the slate delivers the processing power and business productivity tools of a notebook PC in a portable tablet form factor. Confidential data is protected with an onboard Trusted Platform Module (TPM) that is ready to protect your data in the event of theft. A bundled Bluetooth keyboard, an integrated Wacom Digitizer stylus, and a multi-touch screen built with durable Corning Gorilla Glass provide users with multiple data input options. Read the rest of this entry »
Lose the cables and enjoy the Epson EH-TW6000W Full HD 3D Wireless projector, one of the first home projectors to feature wireless Full HD projection with 3D technology. With the Epson EH-TW6000W Full HD 3D wireless projector, you can watch films, sports or play video games in stunning quality with the lights on or off by connecting wirelessly to Blu-ray players, laptops and other devices for a real cinematic experience.
Epson has introduced no less than five new Epson 3D models: the EH-TW9000, EH-TW9000W, EH-TW5900, EH-TW6000, and EH-TW6000W. Some of these model numbers look pretty similar but actually the extra ‘W’ at the end of two of the names is very significant. For it signifies that – in a first for the projector world – the TW9000W and TW6000W support wireless HD. This system allows full HD signals to be broadcast wirelessly from any HDMI-carrying sources to the projector, finally doing away with the cabling problems that usually accompany a projector installation. The Wireless HD standard even supports the ‘beaming’ of full HD 3D images from source to projector, and from reports, there was absolutely no sign of any interference or loss of quality reported from the transmission system, with either 2D or 3D sources. Read the rest of this entry »