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Sanyo unveils PLV-Z3000 120Hz full HD projector

09/20, 9:20pm

Sanyo PLV Z3000 projector

Sanyo has unveiled its latest 1080p HD home theater projector, the PLV-Z3000. The new device will replace the PLV-Z2000, with significant improvements in contrast ratio, now up to 65,000:1. The frame rate has been increased to 120Hz with 'Dynamic Predictive Frame Interpolation Technology' and a 5:5 pull-down mode. Sanyo claims its 'TopazReal HD' color management produces 216 billion color combinations with 14-bit digital processing.

Memorex SingStand uses iPod for karaoke system

09/20, 8:45pm

SingStand for iPod karaoke

Memorex today announced the SingStand, a karaoke system that uses an iPod or other MP3 player. The device features a microphone, integrated mic stand and speakers. 'Auto Voice Control' works to reduce the sound levels of original song vocals. Echo effects can be added, or a keyboard attached for accompaniment. One microphone is included but two inputs are provided for singing duets.

Digital Foci releases Photo Album OLED 1.5 keychain

09/20, 7:45pm

Photo Album OLED keychain

Digital Foci has released the Pocket Album OLED 1.5, a keychain that displays digital pictures on a 1.5 inch 128 x 128 pixel OLED display. The internal 32MB flash memory is claimed to hold 124 photos, presented in automatic slideshows, adjustable time intervals, or manual browsing. A Li-polymer batter is claimed to last for 5 hour and can be charged with an included AC adapter or USB cable.

Intel ships dual-core Atom processor

09/20, 3:25pm

Intel Dual Core Atom Ships

Intel has revealed that the company has started shipping its dual-core Atom 330 processor. The chip is officially intended for very small profile desktops, such as nettops, and potentially gives much more performance than possible with the single-core version. The chip runs at the same 1.6GHz but can handle as many as four program threads at once thanks to built-in Hyperthreading on each core. Its bus speed is also the same at 533MHz but carries a doubled Level 2 cache of 1MB to handle the added workload. Power consumption is exactly double that of the single core Atom but still low at 8W.

Sony prepping VAIO TT ultraportable for Monday?

09/20, 11:45am

Sony VAIO TT Leak

Sony is gearing up to launch a likely Centrino 2-based update to its VAIO TZ ultraportable notebooks, according to evidence from an FCC filing and a string of forum posts. Called the VAIO TT, the computer would be one of the last remaining systems to launch with Sony's design update and is known to be too powerful to represent Sony's upcoming netbook; most specifications are unavailable, but the notebook will have 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and optional 3G access over EVDO.

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