Tiny tablets

Mini motion
Motion Computing claims its LS800 is the most compact tablet PC available running Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. The slate tablet PC, approximately the size of a paperback book, can slip into a

pocket or attach to a tool belt. It has an 8.4-inch display, weighs 2.2 lbs and features Intel Centrino mobile technology, including the Intel Pentium M Processor Ultra Low Voltage 753 (1.2 GHz) and the Mobile Intel 915GMS Express Chipset.

PDFs on the fly

VersyPDF 1.0 is a PDF library from Sybrex Systems that enables the creation and modification of PDF files on the fly, allowing software developers to PDF-enable their applications. It supports Type1 and TrueType fonts, both Unicode and standard PDF encodings. A user can apply security settings to new documents, insert or append new content to existing PDF documents, remove unused options, and fill out PDF forms (including creating new PDF fields).

Total task recall

CuteReminder Labs‘ professional edition of its Windows 98/ME/2000/XP program for management of personal notes and reminders improves upon the standard version. With CuteReminder, when you need to set up a reminder while editing a document, you need only click twice: the first click will open a dialog and the second click will set the time and close the dialog. Reminder tabs don’t interfere with the current work, so you can continue typing without obstacles.

Scanner masks defects

The OpticFilm 7200i, a high-resolution professional-grade film and negative scanner for photographers and small office/workshop users, incorporates SilverFast’s new Infrared Smart Removal of Defects (iSRD) technology to remove any defects on the surface of the film or in the scanned image. The unit, from Plustek Inc., features USB high-speed 2.0, and a high resolution of 7200 X 7200 dpi. It offers a preview speed of approximately 10 seconds, and a scan speed of approximately 48 seconds at 3600 dpi.

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