Video iPods are the bee’s knees, the cat’s meow, and the aardvark’s pajamas. You can watch video podcasts, hit TV shows, and movies stored magically on that itty bitty little device. The one drawback with this medium is the size – the actual physical size of the screen is so small, you may find yourself holding the iPod right up against your nose to see anything.
We’ve got just the thing – video goggles that plug directly into your video iPod and project a virtual 24 inch TV directly in front of you! That’s right – plugged directly into your iPod – no extra cables, adapters, or bulky power-packs necessary. These goggles don’t even have batteries – they draw power directly from your iPod.
Don’t worry – they draw so little power, you probably won’t even notice it. A 5th gen 30 Gigabyte iPod Video can run more than 2 hours, while the 80 Gigabyte iPod Video can run more than 4!
Watch your favorite episode of The Office, catch up on Lost, or even watch Blade Runner for the upteen millionth time – whatever you want! Just please don’t wear them while driving or operating any other heavy machinery.
||320 x 240, 24-bit color, 50–60 Hz frame rate
||Dual color LCDs SolidOptex™ Optical System
||Equivalent to 24 inch TV at approx. 2 m.
||Auto sense and switch between NTSC and PAL
||32 to 104ºF (0 to 40ºC)
||-4 to 140ºF (-20 to 60ºC)
In 1953 the first widescreen movie wowed theater audiences by providing a vastly superior experience to squinting at a mostly square B&W image on that incredible new device… the Television. Suddenly people all over the world realized one critical truth – “Wider really is Better”. Skip forward over half a century to the present… widescreen TVs are in every home and ThinkGeek offers you this fine 7″ Widescreen Digital Photo Frame. Coincidence? We think not. Display your photos a-la-widescreen and appeal to your geeky side with the cool USB host feature that allows you to pull images from a USB thumbdrive or external USB hard drive.
Of course you get the standard support for a myriad of media cards… including the one your digital camera uses. Plug n’ view capabilities mean the photos start playing the moment you insert a media card… plus you get a handy remote, smooth cross-fades between images and support for videos and MP3 files for background music.
Simply take the memory card out of your camera and insert it into the Digital Picture Frame. Instantly you can view all of your photos as thumbnails or a slide show with crossfade between images. For added pizzazz you can play an MP3 music file during your slide show using the digital photo frame’s internal speaker. The Digital Picture Frame supports four different media formats and will work with almost any digital camera. The included remote allows you to jump between photos, or zoom up on a photo without leaving your chair.
- Displays digital pictures (JPEG or BMP) without a computer
- Supports Widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio or standard 4:3 aspect
- Simply insert a compatible memory card into the digital frame to show photos, play MP3 music or supported video files
- Display photos on a connected USB Thumbdrive or External USB Hard Drive (FAT32 Format Only. External hard drive must be powered separately.)
- Compatible memory cards include CompactFlash (CF), SecureDigital (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC) and Memory Stick
- Instantly plays MP3 music with the integrated speaker.
- Instantly plays MPEG 1, 2 or 4 Movie files with sound.
- Supports up to 12 Mega Pixel image files
- Bright 7″ TFT active matrix LCD screen
- 480×234 Resolution
- Automatic slide show with multiple transition effects and display times
- Plays slide show with MP3 music in the background
- User-friendly on-screen display lets you access all controls easily
- Included IR Remote controlls all frame functions
- Powered by included AC Adapter 110-240V AC 50/60Hz
After 2 years of hardware and software development, Emano Tec has now introduced its first product, the MedTab which is designed to ideally fit the needs of the healthcare market.
Its design was driven by Dr John Halamka Care Group’s CIO, Dr Larry Nathanson head of ED IT at Care Group, and clinicians at Care Group’s Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital.
The MedTab includes the following rich feature set:
Portable – 12 Ounces, measuring 5.5” X 7.5” X 0. 5” which comfortably fits a lab coat pocket
High Resolution Display – 1024×768 pixels using a proprietary E-Ink high contrast, low power “digital paper” display.
Rugged – capable of withstanding 30g impact
Washable for disinfection
Touch Screen (including pen for notations)
Intel 624MHz Processor
Bluetooth for audio or data transfer
Cisco’s OEM security Client– supporting state of the art wireless security
1080p HD flat panels were numerous at CES 2006 one big surprise was new 50″ 1080p Plasma. Pioneer displayed their PRO-FHD1. This was hands down the best flat panel image that we viewed on this first day. The new Pioneer plasma was displaying 1080p – yes, true 1080p.
Pioneer’s Elite PureVision PRO-FHD1 plasma with 1920 X 1080 resolution is capable of displaying the entire range of HD broadcasts including 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
Via http: PioneerElectronics