Circuit City Stores Inc., one of the nation's leading providers of consumer electronics, now stock a specialized range of colourful Crumpler cases and pouches for housing and protecting photographic devices. From its origins producing durable and visible messenger bags in Melbourne, Australia 10 years ago, Crumpler has developed a reputation for high quality, innovative bags and cases with creative product names. The Circuit City collection will include the 2 and 4 Million Dollar Home camera cases, Thirsty Al pouches and The Bundle camera bags. The playful names may be deceiving, as these super-tough bags are made to withstand the elements, both natural and threats of a more human kind.
WaterField Designs, a leading maker of custom-fitted cases for digital gear, announced today a new line of protective cases for compact and ultra-compact cameras. The Pic Pocket camera cases incorporate the company’s signature trademarks of stylish simplicity and premium craftsmanship, and are small enough to fit into a pocket, purse or portfolio. The Pic Pocket is constructed of WaterField’s custom-made ballistic nylon and accented with eye-popping color in Indium material or leather. An interior layer of plush neoprene and a no-scratch liner offer solid protection without bulk. A loop sewn on to the upper corner lets customers carry the case with one finger.
Logitech announced a revolution in PC navigation with two advanced mice that transform the experience of finding and manipulating the vast amount of digital content on a person's computer or on the Web. Already an indispensable tool for PC navigation, the computer mouse can now meet the advanced demands of people who need to move quickly and intuitively through multiple Web pages, large spreadsheet files, digital photos, playlists or any of the other rich, abundant digital content available today. The Logitech MX Revolution cordless laser mouse and the Logitech VX Revolution cordless laser mouse for notebooks mark a radical change in navigating this content - from which few people will turn back once they have experienced it.
Samsung Electronics, the world’s largest provider of thin-film transistor, liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) panels, has developed the first 70-inch LCD panel for use in the consumer TV market. Currently, the largest LCD TV screen size is 65 inches in diameter. The company will unveil its 70-inch LCD HDTV at the International Meeting on Information Displays (IMID) 2006, which will open in Daegu, Korea. Vice President Kim Sang-Soo of Samsung said, “Our new 70-inch LCD is not only significantly larger, but also sets a new benchmark of excellence in terms of video image reproduction, viewing angle and image quality. We’ve designed it to enhance the large screen TV user’s viewing experience.”
Epson America, Inc. today announced the availability of four digital scrapbooking reference guides - "Introduction to Technology," "Digital Scrapbooking Kits," "Divine Secrets of the Design Sisterhood," and "Scrapbooker's Guide to Photo Corrections & Artistic Effects" - which provide consumers with useful instructions on using technology as yet one more scrapbooking technique. From basic techniques describing how to use a digital camera, photo printer and scanner, to more advanced instruction detailing ways to use Adobe Photoshop Elements image-editing software to enhance photos and create digital scrapbook pages, these reference guides are designed for consumers at every skill level.
Logitech an award-winning manufacturer of premium multimedia speakers, today unveiled its best-sounding, most powerful and most complete speaker system for the iPod: the Logitech AudioStation high-performance stereo system for iPod. This premium stereo system transforms any room in the home into a digital-music concert hall - delivering a full range of incredibly smooth, balanced audio, from floor-thumping bass to the precision high frequencies that bring music to life. Its relatively compact design (16-inches long, 4 1/4-inches deep, 7 1/4-inches tall) allows the AudioStation speaker system to sit elegantly atop an end table, book shelf or even a nightstand.
Free TV on a mobile phone, PDA or laptop became reality today with the launch of "TV Anywhere" from Hauppauge Digital. The new £99.99 (inc VAT) product allows owners to watch live and recorded TV anywhere with an internet connection - on holiday, at the station, at friends' houses, even in the sandwich bar. Hauppauge's new TV Anywhere product includes a tiny WinTV PVR USB2 device that plugs into a home PC and an aerial, turning the PC into a TV and digital video recorder. The software then uses the home broadband connection to deliver the live TV and recordings, anywhere in the world with an internet connection. The technology detects the connection quality of the mobile device.
Nikon Corporation is proud to announce Coolpix Connect – an exciting service that’s entirely new and completely free of charge, it lets users enjoy photo sharing over the Internet, without the need for computer setup. Surprisingly simple and available with the Coolpix S7c, Coolpix Connect allows anyone to take a picture, then send it to friends across the world in mere seconds! Coolpix Connect is easy to operate. When users have taken a shot they’d love to share with someone anywhere, they simply select the Coolpix S7c’s wireless Transfer mode. The camera then locates the nearest wireless networks* and displays a list of the SSIDs (Service Set Identifiers).