Gear 11/02

Fast backup via a CD recorder; presentations made easy with this PowerPoint projector
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You know you should back up your data, but it can take lots of time, and tapes often fail. Yamaha's CRW-F1 CD recorder is faster and delivers higher data integrity. Mt. Rainer and 24X Full-CAV support permits drag-and-drop file selection, on-the-fly formatting and the ability to overwrite CDs in half the time as most CD-RW recorders. Dantz Retrospect Express provides a comprehensive backup and disaster-recovery solution; the DiscT@2 laser labeling system burns text and graphics onto CDs, making it easier to link backups over many discs.


Next time you give a PowerPoint presentation, you'll have maximum flexibility with the LT260 projector from NEC. ImageXpress networking lets you run the LT260 wirelessly over 802.11b from one or more unconnected laptops in a large room or remotely over a wired LAN. 3D Reform technology ensures an undistorted picture-even when projecting from unusual angles onto uneven surfaces. Weighing not much more than a portable at 6.5 pounds, the LT260 also features 2100 ANSI lumens and sharp XGA resolution.

The average adult spends nearly
of the day using electronic devices that didn't exist
years ago.
SOURCE: Stanford Institute for the Quantitative Study of Society


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