You may be familiar with normal flatbed scanners, and may use them on a daily basis to transfer hard copy documents to your computer. However, the Document and Object Digitizer not only can scan documents, but can even scan any kind of object into digital form, which is pretty impressive. The Document and Object Digitizer is a desktop device using USB connection. What makes it special is that it can capture digital images of three dimensional objects that definitely cannot be scanned using traditional flatbed scanners.
After installing the software (compatible with Windows 7, XP and Vista) which is included when you purchase the document and object digitizer, you can control this USB device using your computer. The image sensor built in the 9” long digitizer bar on the top of the Document and Object Digitizer will then capture a digital image of the subject that lies beneath it. The 5 megapixel image is captured in just one second, which is few times faster than any document scanning process using typical scanners.
The Document and Object Digitizer has 10 white LEDs with adjustable brightness control, so that illumination can be provided for optimal exposure. In order to ensure that the results are always fool proof, the digitizer and the subject (document or object) will be aligned on a reversible non-slip guide each time. Besides, when documents are scanned, the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) capability of the digitizer can convert the documents into editable text files, which is a great feature.
Another advantage seen in the Document and Object Digitizer is that it doesn’t take up much space, unlike typical scanners. This is because when it is not in use, the scanning head of the device can be folded flat to stay out of the way. As a result, it will not occupy more area than a coffee mug.
Price: $79.95 (reduced from $149.95)
A famous name in LCD and DLP projectors, SANYO North America Corporation recently launched a new full HD projector PLC-HP7000L for the professional market. The new PLC-HP7000L projector uses the SANYO’S QuaDrive engine to obtain a best-in class brightness of 7,000 lumens with inorganic panels and a single high watt lamp.
The new projector PLC-HP7000L supports resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and full 10-bit video processing. It also offers excellent color reproduction in a portable package which is especially designed to provide the operators with high reliability and low operational cost.
This is to be expected that the PLC-HP7000L projector will be available in October 2011. it can be purchased with the price tag of $19,995.00. It is very useful device for the office and business use. It has total 6 operational lens choices and a 360 degree vertical lens setting for more creativity and flexibility.
The PLC-HP7000L projector features a mechanical shutter system that allows you to accommodate a wide range of venue and display requirements. The projector can be integrated into a wide range of control system like it is compatible with both AMX and Crestron systems.
If you are one of those who devoted their life to the thrills of catching planes and hopping from country to country, you are sure to understand the frustration of carrying a bundle of the most up-to-date mobile devices with no battery life. Being one the largest provider for mobile devices, Samsung understand your frustration.
Samsung is showing the world how serious they are about ensuring their customers to stay connected with their newly designed charging station. The new lifesaver will first show up at Ronald Regan Washington National Airport.The One-stop Power-up Station will house six electrical 120 volts outlets (U.S voltage), a couple of USB charging outlets and four micro USB mobile phone charging plugs. 20 of these sleekly designed stations will be installed throughout the terminals of Ronald Regan Washington National Airport. It is also equipped with a touchscreen monitor that offers news updates, weather reports corresponding to your destination, games (that’s what I want to hear), flight status (in case the airport’s flight status screen goes black), and a “What’s New” tab where you can check out the latest innovations by Samsung.
Although Ronald Regan Washington National Airport users were the first to experience this new excitement, never ever think that Samsung would neglect their consumers from other regions. Over 500 charging stations have been installed at various locations that include a dozen of major airports, major colleges, the Mall of America in Minneapolis, MN, and The Las Vegas Convention Center. Now that’s one cool way to show their love to customers.
Knock on wood I have not had problems with my eyes that glasses or contact lenses could not correct. However for some unfortunate people, and we are talking in a lot of cases about the elderly, their vision deteriates so much that they need a little bit more help; this is where the Maggie Pro 3-inch LCD magnifier will come in handy.
The Maggie Pro is a small credit card sized device that can magnify details otherwise unreadable to the user. Typical uses would be to read fine print on newspapers, bills, receipts or even instructions on medicine containers. Specifically, it allows for high manification of 11x actual real life size, down to 8x, 6x, and finally 4x actual size. Two built in LEDs control the brightness setting, this can be adjusted depending on how much natural light is available, this would depend on whether you were indoors or outside
Power to the LCD magnifier is supplied by a lithium-ion battery that can be charged in two ways; via a USB lead plugged into the computer or a charger that connects to a socket. A full charge last 3.5 hours.
The best feature of the Maggie Pro 3-inch LCD Magnifier is so simple to use that you cannot go wrong. Simply switch it on and start reading, even the least geeky people in the world will be available to use it. The unfortunate news is that the Maggie-Pro 3-inch LCD Magnifier will cost you over $200 to buy, available from the X-Treme Geek website.
[Source: Coolest Gadgets]
In today’s fast paced world the need to have the fastest computer, internet connection, and most powerful mobile phone is a must. Why not treat yourself to a superfast printer as well to go with your collection. Over the last couple of years printer technology has not changed much compared with other hardware. Some manufacturers have tried to produce the most reliable printers, some have tried to be the best quality, the most efficient ink printer, and some like LG have recently tried to produce the faster printer.
LG claims to have taking the fastest printer crown with its LG Machjet LPP6010N which should be available towards the end of the month of June. The LG Machjet LPP6010N will be made available from authorized LG resellers and distributors.
Unlike traditional laser printers and inkjet printers, the LG Machjet LPP6010N uses new printer technology to produce not only super fast printing but also outstanding quality. How does it do this? Well the LG Machjet uses high-density page wide printhead hardware that lets the printer produce print outputs twice as fast as best selling printers. What makes this product most desirable is that early indications are that it will cost less than half the price to run compared with a normal office color printer.
LG Machjet LPP6010N Specs
- 1600 x 800 dpi resolution at 60 pages per minute.
- Energy efficient and less expensive to operate
- Page Straight Array (PSA) Technology packs 70,000+ ink nozzles (17 times nozzle density compared with typical printers)
- Hyper Small Drop Technology produces 700 million drops of ink per second on a page
- Smaller ink drops produces faster drying pages.