Laptop? Check. MP3 Player? Check. Portable speakers? Check. Pocket projector? Check. The amount of gear business travelers haul around is enough to weigh anyone down. However, that load will get a little lighter with the introduction of the 3M MPro150, the ultimate personal electronics device for the business professional. The latest tool in 3M’s award-winning MPro family of pico projectors, the 3M MPro150 boasts one of the most robust feature sets of any pocket projector currently on the market, combining several applications into one compact, efficient device optimized for the on-the-go businessperson. No more sifting through a small electronics store when checking in for flights, or needing to bring multiple totes to presentations.
This week, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, 3M will unveil the MM200, a new design in the company’s expanding miniature projection portfolio. Offering brilliant color and VGA resolution with an exceptionally thin profile, the 3M MM200 represents an evolutionary leap in mobile projection technology. Just a year ago, 3M debuted its first generation mobile projection engine at CES. Since then, the company has successfully integrated that engine into consumer platforms including the 3M MPro110 -- the mobile projector that won the “Grand Award” in the gadget category of the Popular Science 2008 Best of What’s New Awards.
Kodak introduced the new Zx1 Digital Video Camera, a compact and rugged digital device that enables “go-anywhere” High Definition recording. The Kodak Zx1 video camera allows users to shoot and share high-quality video quickly and simply, with 720p HD video capture - at 60 or 30 frames per second - a vibrant 2.0-inch LCD screen, and built-in software for easy editing and sharing of content to YouTube and other social media and networking websites. The kodak Zx1 video camera is designed to meet these needs at the touch of a button - no lens cap, dials to turn or settings to adjust.
Kingston announced it is expanding its line of USB Flash drives with the introduction of the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX model. Designed for ultra-fast read/write speeds and lower price points, respectively, the Kingston HyperX drive is available in capacities up to 8GB. "Taking its cue from our HyperX line of industry-setting high-speed memory modules for gamers, enthusiasts and overclockers, the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX offers exceptionally fast read and write speeds," said Joe Teng, Flash memory product manager, Kingston. The new Kingston DT HyperX USB drive is backed by a five-year warranty and free 24/7 technical support. Prices: $74.00 for 2GB up to $266.00 for the Kingston HyperX 8GB model.
Global technology company RealEase announced the availability of Shogo, its revolutionary flagship product that is the world's first touch-screen WiFi-integrated digital picture frame. A unique lifestyle device, Shogo brings digital content such as pictures, music, Internet radio, weather forecast and data directly to you - without the need of a PC or any technical knowledge. "It's our goal to bring digital content to everyone in the family in the comfort of their home anywhere around the world without the hassle and limitations of today's digital photo frame products," explains Daniel Schneersohn, RealEase CEO.
3M is now providing consumer electronics manufacturers with a revolutionary advancement in the emerging field of miniature projection technology. 3M scientists developed a breakthrough ultra-compact, LED-illuminated projection engine designed for integration into virtually any personal electronic device. Roughly the size of a wireless earpiece and less than half an inch thick, the 3M mobile projection engine delivers brilliant VGA resolution.