Fujitsu, the market leader in document imaging scanners, today introduced one of the world’s smallest document scanners, the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100, designed with many of the same advanced functionality and productivity features of its larger, award-winning ScanSnap predecessors.
The new ultra-portable scanner, weighing just over 12 ounces and featuring a new sleek style, easily fits into a briefcase or purse and digitizes your documents anywhere, and at any time – whether at home, in the office, at a cafe or traveling around the world.
The 1920 x 1080 native resolution displays pixel-by-pixel all the content of full high-definition video sources such as Blu-ray discs and many of today's games without any black bars across the top and bottom of the screen.
More channels. More inputs. The new TASCAM DM-3200 has more of everything that made the DM-24 a pedigreed studio workhorse.
Plus an improved physical interface with per-channel multi-function LED ring encoders, more comprehensive DAW control, vastly improved routing flexibility, easier and robust data backup/ restore, greatly expanded mix storage using compact flash media and much more.
In only two months, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc has sold 4.1 million Move motion controllers worldwide for their Playstation 3 game system.
The Move Motion system was only released in September for North America, Europe/PAL territories and Asia, and only 1 month since the release in October for Japan.
Long after failing to challenge Sony and Nintendo game consoles, Panasonic is preparing to reenter the market as early as next year in North America by releasing a portable game player that provides users with online gaming on the go, according to sources.
Panasonic, which marketed its first home video game 3DO Real in 1994 but pulled out from the game industry only three years later, hopes to capitalize on a booming popularity of online gaming with the release of a handheld console provisionally named "Jungle."
Unfortunately for everyone’s favorite plumber, the release of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together on the PSP helped propel the PSP into the top hardware sales spot, bringing the number up from last week’s 34,538 to 40,538.