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Plextor Wireless Projector Adapter (PX-PA15AW)

Plextor Wireless Projector Adapter PX-PA15AWThe Plextor® PX-PA15AW Wireless Projector Adapter gives you the freedom to broadcast screen-captured images to any projector with a VGA connectivity, from anywhere in the room. PX-PA15AW receivers allow all meeting participants to receive content from the presenter. Your conference or meeting will never be the same.

Your All-in-one Wireless Presentation Solution!

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Plextor Product Update: World’s Fastest DVD Burner!

PlextorPlextor visited the offices of TigerDirect today to give all our employees the opportunity to learn more and feel the latest Plextor products hands-on. During the day, we were able to spend a few minutes with the Plextor representative to bring you a look at the latest gear.

Discussed were the Plextor Wireless Projector Adapter, the Plextor Premium PX-760A / 18x DVD Writer and the Plextor 80GB USB 2.0 Shock Proof Portable Hard Drive.

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Intel Shows Off New Wimax, Great Expectations

Intel Corp showed off its first mobile WiMax baseband chipset, which it hopes will begin appearing in notebooks as early as 2008. The chipset was displayed during a keynote demo at the 3G World Congress and Mobility Marketplace event in Hong Kong.  Mobile WiMax is an alternative wireless WAN technology that promises fast mobile connectivity beyond the reach of WiFi hotspots. Intel and others expect the two technologies to be complimentary.  Intel’s new chipset, called WiMax Connection 2300, will be bundled with Intel’s multi-band WiMax/WiFi radio, which means it will work with both WiFi and WiMax networks.

The chipset certainly will move Intel closer to its vision of WiMax driving the next wave of “personal broadband” laptops and handhelds. Whether the technology will become a dominant global technology remains to be seen. Intel began releasing fixed WiMax products last year. But it expects “heavy investment” from industry leaders in WiMax to be in the 802.16e mobile WiMax standard, according to Dave Hofer, director of marketing in Intel’s wireless division.

 Source; Computer Business Review Online


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