Nokia introduces Nokia 2855i mobile phone with Bluetooth connectivity
Nokia announced the availability of the Nokia 2855i handset, available for Bell Mobility customers. The flip design of the Nokia 2855i device features integrated Bluetooth technology, handsfree speakerphone, memo recorder and a large phonebook.
The integrated Bluetooth connectivity allows users to link with a remote printer or laptop to print or download messages, files or images. For those who text message, messages can now be sent and received via Bluetooth connectivity for free, helping to decrease overall costs on company accounts.
The Nokia 2855i phone also offers an extensive phonebook, with room for up to 500 entries, with each entry allowing for five phone numbers, e-mail addresses, Web addresses and notes fields.
The device also features a 128 x 160 pixel screen with up to 262,000 colors, weighs 100 grams and offers up to four hours of talk time or up to 14 days of standby time.
Epson releases PowerLite 6100i high-use projector
Epson Canada Ltd. announced the launch of its PowerLite 6100i multimedia projector, designed to meet the demands of high-use presentation environments such as universities, colleges and business conference facilities. The projector projects up to 3,500 ANSI lumens of brightness in XGA (1024 x 768) native resolution, enabling presenters to display visual content with sharp details and colours.
It is compatible with tuners and components that transmit closed caption content. This embedded solution serves as a way for universities and businesses to display closed caption content on a projector without having to purchase and install external components.
The projector also offers out-of-the-box networking technology that enables technicians to monitor and control the projector from remote locations via LAN or Internet.
The Epson PowerLite 6100i is available now for an estimated retail price of $3,699.00 and comes with a two-year limited warranty that includes technical support services such as two-year Epson PrivateLine availability and two-year Road Service Program.
ComponentOne releases Studio Enterprise Doc Edition
ComponentOne released Studio Enterprise Doc Edition, a toolset targeted at software developers and authors creating and documenting .Net Windows, Web and mobile applications. It combines ComponentOne’s Studio Enterprise and Doc-To-Help Enterprise.
Studio Enterprise Doc Edition delivers ComponentOne’s suite of .Net 1.x and 2.0 components, as well as Doc-To-Help, the help authoring tool used to aid authors in creating technical documentation and help systems including automatically generating internal and end-user documentation from .Net assemblies and XML comment files.
Studio Enterprise, a suite of visual components for Windows, Web, and mobile application development, assists in visual development with drag-and-drop tools that simplify the design-time experience.
Doc-To-Help Enterprise allows users to author or import documentation in Microsoft Word or any HTML editor to create online help systems and professional printed manuals. Help systems produced with Doc-To-Help can be created in most popular formats including HTML help, Cross-Platform HTML-based help, JavaHelp, WinHelp, Visual Studio .Net-style help, and printed documentation.
The Studio Enterprise Doc Edition includes a one-year subscription. This subscription delivers new releases, updates, upgrades and online support for one year for Studio Enterprise and Doc-To-Help Enterprise.
ComponentOne Studio Enterprise Doc Edition has an MSRP of US$1,399.99.