Giving a great presentation should take brains, not brawn. Give your biceps a rest with the In Focus LP420 data/video personal projector. Weighing in at just 7 pounds, the LP420 uses Digital Light Processing and a 16.7 million-color palette to project crisp, clear, film-quality images from data or video. The display is so bright you don't even have to turn down the lights--but if you do, the on-board control panel is backlit. Setup is painless with "plug-and-project" auto synchronization, and the LP420's ultra-quiet cooling fan won't drown out the built-in mono speaker . . . or the compliments you'll receive.
In Focus LP420 Personal Projector
In Focus Systems Inc.
Measuring just 1.5 inches thick, the Armada 7360DMT notebook computer is probably the closest you can come to cramming your fully featured desktop PC into a briefcase without ripping the seams. The lightning-fast Mobile 200 MHz Pentium processor, 3GB SMART hard drive, 2MB of video DRAM and 20x CD-ROM work together to kick multimedia applications into warp speed, while the huge 12.1-inch high-resolution display will have jealous types gawking over your shoulder. The 7360DMT also comes equipped with a 33.6 Kbps data/fax modem, easily upgradeable to 56Kflex protocol.
Compaq Armada 7360DMT Notebook Computer
Compaq Computer Corp.
Kodak's Digital Science DC210 Zoom Camera lets you put vivid, high-quality digital pictures on the Web or in your marketing materials with point-and-shoot ease. Its 2x zoom lens, million-pixel-per-image scanning rate and built-in LCD screen can turn even the most nervous novice into a veritable Ansel Adams. And with the removable 4MB CompactFlash Card, you get 60 chances to get that shot right. A serial connector cable is included, or you can purchase the add-on infrared communication or PC card reader modules. Kodak has bundled Picture Easy, Adobe PhotoDeluxe and Adobe PageMill software with the DC210 to speed manipulation, printing and e-mailing of photo images.
Kodak Digital Science DC210 Zoom Camera
Eastman Kodak Co.