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Back up, safely and quickly

Fuji Photo Film Canada Inc.‘s Fujifilm 3592 Enterprise Tape Cartridges are designed to provide backup for archival libraries, disaster recovery solutions and regulatory compliance systems for

data-intensive and archiving-sensitive industries. The Fujifilm 3592 cartridge has a native capacity of up to 300GB, a native data transfer rate of up to 40MB per second and is designed to provide data life of more than 30 years.

Cool, at the base level

LapWorks Inc. is offering a new addition called the Laptop Desk UltraLite, whose weight has been reduced from 1 lb. 6 oz. to 14.6 oz. and thickness cut in half to 5/16 of an inch. An accessory upon which users place their laptops, the Ultralite cools computers by eight to 10 per cent using ventilation channels. The UltraLite has five typing angles that incline the notebook’s keyboard for more ergonomically comfortable use. The UltraLite retails for US$29.95.

Multi-functional, with options

A new 18 page-per-minute digital, multi-functional imaging system from Kyocera Mita Canada Ltd., the KM-1815, offers a volume of 15,000 pages per month. With a 250-sheet paper drawer, a 50-sheet multi-purpose tray (MPT), 96MB of standard print and copy memory (upgradeable to 320MB), electronic sort, colour scan to e-mail, the KM-1815 can be ordered to include an optional 50-sheet document processor and an additional 250-sheet paper drawer. The KM-1815’s pricing starts at $1,790.

Sound the central alarm

Computer Advocacy‘s Perimeter911, an Internet monitoring and alert service, brings Internet and intranet monitoring technologies together with central station alarm monitoring technologies. It is designed to act as a sentry that constantly asks whether an organization’s e-mail, Web site and software are running as they should. It can alert cell phones or pagers for $25/month or work in conjunction with Securitech, a central station service bureau.

Console drawer is for the space-challenged

The SMK-590R, from Acme Portable Machines Inc., is a 19-in. industrial rack mounted console drawer fitted with a keyboard and monitor and built for space-constrained environments. Each SMK-590R is designed to handle up to 16 computers, servers and devices or to be daisy-chained to others. The SMK-590R, for use in medium- to large-scaled computer rooms, is compatible with DOS, Win3.x, Win 95/98/98SE/2000/ME/XP, WinNT, Netware, SCP Unix, HP Unix and Linux, and priced at US$1,900.

Projecting a lighter self-image

Epson Canada Ltd.‘s two new pico-portable, XGA (1,024 x 768) projectors – the 3.8-lb. Epson PowerLite 740c and 3.9-lb. PowerLite 745c – are lighter than other Epson offerings. Both have 2,500 ANSI lumens with XGA resolution, are 7.6-in. x 10.9-in. x 2.7-in. and are designed to fit into briefcases. The projectors feature high-speed 802.11g Wi-Fi connectivity and PC-free presenting. The PowerLite 745c and 740c will carry estimated street prices of $3,999 and $3,699, respectively.

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