The Latest Goodies For The Digital Photographer
The merger of AOL and Time-Warner
sets a precedent that this first year of the new millennium will continue
the acceleration of change. Trade shows like MacWorld in San Francisco
and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas added to a picture of
a very different future with new products that would have been unimaginable
only a few years ago.
This new four function PDA
is manufactured by Pretec and is designated the DC-530. Pretec is an OEM
manufacturer and the DC-530 will be sold in silver or gold as well as
the now ubiquitous colored transparent and translucent outer shell. An
estimated retail price was not suggested, but for quantity OEM purchases,
a price of $99 was quoted. For more information about the DC-530 visit
their web site at: www.pretec.com.
The 19" 91 model has
a .25-.27mm aperture grill pitch for extremely sharp image display, 30-96KHz
horizontal scanning range, and a 130MHz video clock frequency. The maximum
resolution setting is 1600x1200 at 75 refresh rate for comfortable viewing.
The Diamond Plus 200 22" model has a uni-pitch .24mm aperture grille,
30-108KHz horizontal scanning, and also supports 1600x1200 resolution
at 85Hz. Both models are Macintosh and PC compatible, including Windows
plug-and-play support. For more information call (800) 843-2515 or visit
their web site at: www.mitsubishi-display.com.
X-Rite, a leader in color
measurement equipment and color management software, announced immediate
shipment of their next generation Colortron IIC. An all-in-one solution
for the measurement and control of color. This newest Colortron is 30
percent faster, has improved reliability and repeatability, and easier
to use. It is accompanied by X-Rite's latest 2.6 version of their
ColorShop software which includes 12 distinct tools for the measurement
and management of color. The complete package has a MSRP of $995. For
more information and dealers carrying X-Rite call (616) 534-7663 or visit
their web site at: www.xrite.com.
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