Almost a year to the day after the outfit introduced its air-lovin' Gyration Air Mouse, the Air Mouse Elite is stepping in to take its rightful place atop the range.
As with the prior iteration, this one also responds to natural hand movements and enables presenters (or FPS players) to get far, far away from the mousepad. Put simply, the built-in motion sensors enable it to receive commands via "slight wrist movements performed in the air," and it can do so up to 100 feet away from the PC that it's wirelessly attached to.
The 3.3-ounce device also ships with a suite of tools for customizing gestures, and if the $99.99 critter just isn't enough, you can spring for a $149.99 bundle that throws in a low-profile wireless keyboard.
Epson Delivers High-Performance, High-Quality Scanner. Epson America unveiled the Epson Perfection® V600 Photo scanner, a new mid-range scanning solution offering advanced performance for photos, film, slides, and everyday documents. Delivering outstanding resolution and extensive versatility, the Perfection V600 scanner features 6400 x 9600 dpi resolution1 and 3.4 Dmax for creating beautiful high-quality enlargements up to 17” x 22”. It also includes powerful photo restoration tools for both film and prints to bring faded and damaged photos back to life, as well as productivity enhancing Epson ReadyScan™ LED technology.
“The Perfection V600 Photo scanner caters to an important segment of the market advanced amateurs and semi-professional photographers looking for an affordable, high-performing scanning solution that is flexible enough to handle their creative scanning and color management needs as well as everyday office needs,” said Rick Day, senior product manager, Epson. “Anyone who requires outstanding scanning capability for their home or business will appreciate the performance, resolution and versatility that the Perfection V600 has to offer at its respective price point.”
The Epson Perfection V600 Photo
The Perfection V600 scanner provides a complete photo restoration solution, using patented DIGITAL ICE® technology to remove the appearance of dust and scratches from film and the appearance of tears and creases from old, long-neglected photos.
Additionally, the Perfection V600 features Epson Easy Photo Fix® technology to restore faded color photos with just one touch of a button. The scanner also features a built-in transparency unit (TPU) for 35mm slides, negatives and medium-format panoramic film up to 6 x 22 cm. You can acquire one at only $250
For more details visit Epson website.
Belkin today introduced a Home Base hub. This lets anyone within an existing wireless network print to a single, shared printer from anywhere in the home.
You can attach an external hard drive to one of Home Base's four USB ports to save and share anything from files, music, pictures, and videos with your family.
Home Base will automatically back up each connected computer's files periodically to a connected external hard drive, so you don't have to worry about sudden data loss. With the automatic sharing feature, Home Base can automatically upload your new photos to a Flickr or Picasa account. With popular gaming consoles like PS3™ or Xbox 360®, Home Base lets you wirelessly access media files stored on an attached hard drive.
Home Base (F5L049) - $129.99
* Connect and access up to 4 USB 2.0 devices over an existing wireless network
* Automatically back up files and share pictures on Flickr® and Picasa®
* Access media files stored on your gaming console
* Features push-button WPS security
* Compatible with 802.11b/g/n devices
Brother has just rolled out a trio of new inkjet all-in-ones – the MFC-295CN, MFC-495CW, and MFC-795CW, where they will retail from $99 to $179 each. These were specially built for the office, where they offer professional quality printing while utilizing minimal office space courtesy of the Brother ink tube delivery system where ink cartridges are not placed the print head, resulting in a lower-profile end product. Most people would think that inkjets are a waste of money in the long run due to the ink cost, but these models do do their part in helping consumers save on their printing costs such as a four-cartridge ink system and N-in-1 printing. Apart from that, the MFC-495CW and MFC-795CW will come with an extra ink save mode that prints only image outlines.Features of these printers are available right after the jump.
* Built-in Ethernet Network Interface
* Up to 33/27 ppm (black/color)
* Media cards slots & Pictbridge/USB direct interface
* Easy to change front-loading ink cartridges
* 14.4Kbps Fax Modem
* Up to 100 sheet paper capacity
* All the features of the MFC-295CN
* Flexible Wireless & Ethernet network interface
* Widescreen 3.3? Color LCD Display
* Up to 20 sheet Photo Bypass Tray
* Up to 35/28 ppm (black/color)
* 33.6 kbps Fax / Modem
* Auto-crop mode
* Ink Save Mode
* Up to 100 sheet paper capacity
* All the features of the MFC-495cw
* 5? touchscreen color LCD display
* Built-in answering machine.
Source: Coolest Gadgets
Philips' new mouse is a 360 degress touch control wireless bluetooth mouse with hidden wind-up USB cable for recharging from your notebook. It provides all day confort whether you are left or righ handed. See the its features below:-
360 TouchControl™ for total navigation
You don't need a mouse pad for this mouse. Philips 360°TouchControl™ lets you scroll through lengthy documents without installing extra software. Designed for easy navigation of spreadsheets, web pages, photos and maps when the notebook is connected to a monitor, so you can still navigate comfortably while relaxing on the sofa and be in full control of the notebook—unlike a notebook touch-pad. Instead of the traditional scroll wheel, its touch sensor gives you the freedom to move in all directions. With your finger on the sensor you can move the cursor smoothly and quickly through 360 degrees.
Works even without a surface
With the 360 TouchControl, the mouse can work even when there is no surface
Low battery indicator keeps you informed of power level
The low battery indicator lights up when the power is low.
The charging cable is stored inside the mouse.
The charging cable is stored inside the mouse. When the mouse is out of battery, just take out the charging cable, and plug in your notebook. You can then continue to use the mouse while charging.